Affordable Goa tour packages to rejuvenate and revitalize your senses
The nightlife, relaxed vibes and fresh air are the major elements that attract a great number of Indian and International tourists. Located in the south-west direction of the country, Goa is one of the smallest states but most literate and wealthy state in India. The destination helps you to forget the frenetic pace of office and business life. Self-driven Goa tour packages are the best option to visit Goa this year.
Get relaxed vibes
Goa is continuing with a stable flow of visitors from back 1960s when hippies arrived, bringing with them a pleasant languor that has never disappeared. The life here is on the slow pace; no one is hurrying to go anywhere here. This is the place, everywhere you go, you’ll be greeted with the cute smiles on the faces of local people and visitors too.
The calm beaches
Apart from being the most desirable Holiday location for decades, Goa still holds the position of number one when it comes to the most beautiful beaches. White sand, the roaring of blue Arabian Sea and swaying coconut trees enhances the charm of the beaches of Goa. Head to the north and south beaches of Goa helps you to find low crowed beaches like Agonda, Palolem, Ashwem, and Mandrem. The beaches are 30 in numbers and one can definitely find the suitable beach as per the requirements in Goa.
When the sun sets, artificial lights rise in the clubs and beaches of Goa. Goa gets a different life after sunset and party lovers can hit the gatherings in casinos, beaches, ferries, and clubs. All clubs are located on beaches and those are known to throw awesome parties. Twinkling lights in the clear black sky acts as dancing lights to enlighten the roads. Night markets are the joy for shopaholics. People enjoy the local drinks made of cashew in pubs and bars. Loud music in the bars and casinos pump you up all night long.
Introduce you to some of the best but not all the beaches of Goa
Candolim Beach: Foodies are most welcomed by this beach as there are numbers of restaurants located on this beach. Though it is bit expensive but worth to make a visit.
Calangute Beach: Blessed with the charm of nature, Calangute is another way to heaven since the beach is famous for its vibrant nightlife and adventurous activities. The beach comes in the list of top 10 bathing beaches across the world. This beach offers the activities like parasailing, windsurfing, and water snorkeling. Parties in the hotels on this beach are the main attractions as per the nightlife. One can also enjoy the regional dance shows on the beach.
Arambol beach: Crowded with cosmopolitan people, this beach definitely calls you to hit a visit and you can enjoy reading the book on one hand and drink on other.
Take a step back to the history of Goa
Aguada Fort: Presently using as a prison, Aguada fort was built by Portuguese rulers to watch the activities in the Arabian Sea. Now it’s the finest choice for sightseeing seekers.
Terekhol Fort: Won by the Portuguese rulers in 1746, formerly it was the property of Maharaja Khem Sawant Bhansali. Portuguese rules rebuilt this fort for better defense by the military. Surrounding of sea and river enhances its beauty.
Chapora Fort: Recognized for its spectacular views and structure, this fort attracts a great number of tourists every year. The shoot happened for the Bollywood movie 'Dil Chahta Hai' triggered a curiosity in the minds of Indian youth and hence attracted a more number of visitors. The tunnels in the basement served as a getaway for the locals at the time of attack happened. Visitors are able to get an amazing view of Vagator beach from this port.
What’s the right time to visit Goa?
November – February: Since the weather is pleasantly awesome, it’s the right time to plan holidays in party paradise, Goa. It’s the perfect time to walk along the beaches amidst other Indian and International tourists who come in the same time period in Goa. Christmas & New Year comes with rocking parties and festivals and that’s another reason to attract more travelers & tourists in Goa.
March-May: Weather turns hot and humid during these three months since the temperature rises. The number of tourists comes low during these hot months and you can’t enjoy all the activities.
June – October: Like the rainy season for the whole country, heavy drops of water also hit Goa at the same time. You are just the party lover, then this is the great time to visit and you also get a huge discount at the same time period in Goa. Festival of Sao-Joao is an interesting event you can attend since the locals jump into wells to pick out the bottles of local alcohol drink, feni.