Top 9 tourist destinations in Goa

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COVID-19 really has taken the wind out of people’s sails, learning and discovering what the world has to offer. It affected also those who appreciated Goa as a tourist destination in India for its elegance, heritage, beaches, nightlife, and everything else. We are sure you are very keen to see Goa and have a nice time, so you couldn’t visit it too long! Therefore, we’ve built this blog, to remind you once again of Goa’s beauty and attraction & what are the best places to experience.

 

There are many places of great tourist interest from waterfalls to spice plantations for sightseeing. You may use an Ayurvedic massage or walk around the Latin quarters for a historic walk. That is why Goa is regarded both as a favorite honeymoon and a tourist destination for family vacations. for all these reasons, the large appeal to everyone. We’ll show you in this blog the top 9 places where you can experience Goa’s best.

 

List of 9 of Goa’s best places to visit

 

Panaji

 

It is not because it is the capital, but because so there are so many places that are a great sightseeing tour. Panaji should occupy a spot on your Goa sightseeing list. This city offers you quality time, from taking a legacy stroll through Fontainhas – the Latin Quarters to a day on Miramar Strand. The Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, which is only 7 km from the resort to migratory birds and common and rare species of marsh-living birds, is also open for ornithologists and bird lovers.

 

Margao

 

Margao is not the sort of place you’d like to miss when you intend to go to Goa. The city claims to be Goa’s cultural capital and you know that it is a well-earned day after exploring it. The town’s most popular attractions are the Civic Garden, the Holy Spirit Church, the House of Seven Gables, and the Damodar Temple. You can also try different species and dried fish on the special market. In Margao, apart from the Margao curry, most of the specialties that make Goa famous are found. It is interesting to know that Margao Curry is being exported to and from Portugal.

 

Vasco da Gama

 

The city of Vasco da Gama is named after the explorer from Portugal. If you intend to visit Goa to spend time on its beaches, you must be there. There are many beaches, including Hollant or Cansaulim, which is perfect for watching the setting sunset! There are also other attractions such as the 400-year-old St. Andrews’ Church. There is also one of the three Naval Aviation Museums in India. However, you will attend Shigmo, a festival with street dances and vibrant parades, when you visit it in March.

 

Mapusa

 

Mapusa is worth visiting on your trip to Goa, but Mapusa Friday is one of the most important reasons for this tour. A visit takes you through stalls each Friday, where you can sell goa spice, homemade sausages, ready-to-cook marshall fish, tomatoes, chilly, and cassava sweets. Situated near several beaches as Vagator & Chapora in the sub-district of Bardez.

 

Calangute

 

Calangute Beach is considered to be one of Goa’s most spectacular beaches, and that is why this town in Bardez is a tourist guide to Goa. Your eyes will meet lots of backpacks and visitors every day at the beach, all enjoying great times! Shaves, several clubs, shows, open-air dance, and adventure sports such as parasailing and water skiing are all held.

 

Candolim

 

Like Calangute, Candal, Candal, for its main attraction, Candal Beach attracts tourists in Goa. But you’re not going to find anything to do if you love your beaches crowded and noisy with a party-like atmosphere! However, it’s for you if you all look forward to a sunbath, enjoy the sunset, and maybe take a swim. The River Princess, a mass carrier running about 100 meters to the shore was another reason you should visit the beach. Pick a sunbed and watch the waves kiss the shore while tinting at sunrise and sunset with red and yellow.

 

Anjuna

 

You will be in between trance-parties, psychedelic-colored hippies, free-spirited backpackers if you went to Goa in the 1960s & visited the village of Anjuna. Today, with remnants of the Hippie age you’ll find many kinds of visitors both domestic and foreign. The Flea Market, which opens on Wednesdays, is one way of getting an idea. Sarongs, sandalwood and leather products, crystals, and stones may also be laid on for any form of material. The Anjuna Beach, less crowded by other beaches in Goa is the other top place to visit.

 

Bambolim

 

The top 10 places for visiting its beach in Goa will always be listed by Bambolim. It is a long, sandy white stretch of sand, rocks, and coconut palms that serve an esthetic and functional purpose (such as, offering shade from the midday sun). Some days, you may see groups of young boys and girls chilling, but fishers are also ready to hunt. In Goa, it’s also a perfect place for a family to picnic since it’s very remote and free of vendors and shacks. But you can try a range of cuisines, including Goan and Continental delights, at Bambolim Beach Resort.

 

Agonda

 

South Goa is a top destination both for its “silent beach” and for the Olive Ridley Sea Turtles that lay their nests at it in September. Agonda is one of its top destinations. The beach village is surrounded by thick greenery and you can forget about the words “time” and “hurry.” See the waves of the Arabian Sea lurking on the shore, cows enjoying a peaceful walk, and dogs living! People who have visited Goa describe it as a highlight at the beach.

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