The coastal paradise, Goa is not unknown to anyone. This tiny state in West India is famous for its plethora of beautiful beaches, great seafood, amazing nightlife, and thrilling watersports.
Goa along with being a popular beach destination in India is a perfect honeymoon destination, a great getaway with friends, and an amazing family holiday place, which means, the place is filled with activities and attractions to keep all its visitors engaged.
The state is majorly divided into two districts – North Goa and South Goa. North Goa is famous for its lively beaches like Calangute, Baga, Candolim, Anjuna; beach shacks, Fort Aguada; Church of Mae De Dues; Boghdeshwara Temple; and Chorao, Divar Island.
Goa offers various opportunities to have an action-packed and fun-filled vacation. Be it honeymoon for newlywed couples, a relaxing family vacation, a vacation with friends, chilling out on the beautiful sandy beaches under the pleasant sun, visiting the old and heritage sites, go for an evening cruise — glittery, crowded, and noisy. For newly married couples, Goa has peaceful and serene beaches where one can enjoy complete privacy and togetherness.
Places to visit in Goa:
This is where the Arabian Sea meets the Indian coastlines. A hub for backpackers, Calangute extends from Baga to Candolim! If you’re a beach-bum like us and prefer living close to the coastlines then Calangute Residency is the best option! Book it with InterMiles and get rewards!
Basilica of Bom Jesus:
Constructed in the year 1594, the rise of this church matches the origin of Christianity in India. A site of deep cultural and religious importance, visit the Basilica of Bom Jesus to awaken the history buff in you.
Erected in the 17th Century to safeguard Goan ports from Dutch and Marathas, Fort Aguada was crucial for the Portuguese. The fort today exhibits a breath-taking view of the Mandovi River, joining the Arabian Sea.
Get that Casino-Royale treatment with Cruise in Goa! Explore pristine waters while having an elaborate and romantic dinner on the deck. So, hop on board for guaranteed fun and a magical voyage!
Forget sunny beaches and their magnetic waves! Inside the Mollem National Park, you’ll find the cascading waters of Western Ghats. The fall resembles a heavy rush of milk and hence is called Dudhsagar.
To view this beauty, you can either rent a car or choose to trek. But if you prefer to rent a cab, InterMiles can help you earn miles every time you refuel your cab at an Indian Oil fuel station. Not just that, InterMiles extensive options of 250+ airlines flying across 15,000+ destinations across the globe gives you complete freedom to earn miles everywhere you go to also use miles to go places.
Wish to catch a glimpse of Dolphins without bumping into another stranger? Then Betalbatim beach is for you. So, catch up on that reading while getting a good tan at this isolated beach!t is one of the isolated beaches of Goa. So, catch up on that reading while getting a good tan at Betalbatim!
Sri Mahadeva Temple:
Made out of basalt rocks, the Sri Mahadeva Temple has beautiful carvings made by skilled craftsmen of the Yadava Dynasty. If Hindu mythology interests you, give his temple a visit.
The most popular beach of Goa, Baga is where you party your stress away! Check out signature places like Britto’s, Tito’s, and Mambo’s until your feet ache and your wallet grumbles!\
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Goa, a tiny emerald land on the west coast of India, the 25th state of the Union states of India, was liberated from Portuguese rule in 1961. It was a part of Union Territory of Goa, Daman & Diu till 30th May 1987 when it was carved out of form a separate state. Goa covers an area of 3702 square kilometers and comprises two Revenue district viz North Goa and South Goa. Boundaries of Goa State are defined in the North Terekhol river which separates it from Maharashtra, in the East and South by Karnataka State and West by Arabian Sea. Goa lies in Western Coast of India and is 594 Km (by road) away from Mumbai city.