The state of Goa is a beautiful blend of Indian and Portuguese culture with beautiful beaches, amazing people, palm trees, blue skies, and sunny vibes.
Our 5 nights 6 days Palatial Goa Adventures Tour will start off from Goa.
The state of Goa is divided into two main parts, namely “North Goa” and “South Goa” from tourists’ perspective. North Goa is more of a party hub where you will experience great nightlife, great food, social hangout spots and much more. On the other hand, South Goa is known for its serene and calm beaches, where you can relax and enjoy some quiet time.
Gear up for some adventure as you’ll be travelling to North Goa which is known for most happening parties and events. Start your day by visiting the largest beach in North Goa Calangute Beach and enjoy various local food from the beach shacks. Next up is Anjuna Beach, which is famous for its coastline covered up with coconut trees. Channel your “Dil Chahta Hai” vibes when you visit the famous Aguada Fort, which is a 17th century Portuguese Fort on Sinquerim Beach which overlooks the mighty Arabian Sea.
Dudhsagar Falls is a unique four tiered waterfall which is located on the Mandovi river, and its name literally means “Sea of Milk”. It is one of the tallest waterfalls in India with a height of 310mts.
The best time to visit Goa would be from the month of October to February as the temperatures remain ideal and pleasant during this time and also Goa provides a safe haven for people that want to escape from harsh winters. December and January are the months where you can go down and party and experience the nightlife at its peak as all the places remain open due to Christmas and New Year’s celebrations.
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