Monday, 21 March 2016

How To Reach Goa

Goa is a famous tourist spot located in western part of India. The place is better known as "Pearl of the Orient" and a "Tourist Paradise". Goa is Indias richest state with a GDP per capita. Goa is famous for Tourism and other primary income sector is Mining and Fishing industry. The main language of Goa is English and Marathi. The scenic and beautiful nature and architectural splendorous of  temples make Goa more attractive to tourists.  

Goa Beach

Attractions of Goa: 

Goa is a place where we can find many attractions for tourists, they are-
  • Baga Beach 
  • Calangute Beach 
  • Bats Island 
  • Fort Aguada 
  • Mangueshi Temple 
  • Kala Academy 
  • Mapusa Friday Market 
  • Curlies 
  • Mollem National Park 
  • Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary 
  • Dudhsagar Waterfalls 
  • Casino Cruise 
  • Verna Springs 
  • Spice Plantations Visit 
  • Chapora Fort 

Best Time To Visit Goa: 

Best time to visit Goa is from November to February. Monsoon is not good for visit Goa due to high tide prevails in the sea and Shacks remain closed. But if someone likes peace and rain then he/she can be visit that place in monsoon. 

Hotels of Goa : 

  • Estrela Do Mar Beach Resort 
  • Resort Lagoa Azul Baga Area 
  • Neelams The Glitz Calangute Area 
  • Sun City Resort Baga Area 
  • Nagoa Grande Resort & Spa  Baga Area 
  • Resort De Alturas Candolim Area 
  • Sinq - The Party Hotel Candolim Area 
  • Ramada Caravela Beach Resort Varca Area 
  • The Rivasa Resort Calengute Area 

How To Reach Goa : 

By Air - The only International Airport is Goa International Airport that located at Dabolim near Vasco Da Gama. This airport has many airlines, like -Jet Airways, GoAir, Indigo, Air India and Air Arabia. This International airport is well connected with middle-eastern countries such as- Abu Dhabi, Doha, Dubai, Sharjah, Muscat and Kuwait. 

By Train - Goa has two major railway station, one is The South Western Railway and another is Konkan Railway Lines. This railway stations are well connected with major Indian cities as well as foreign countries outside of India. The Konkan railway station established in the 90's . Before it the most preferred mode of  transport to Goa is Roadway. 

By Road - Goa has many National highways, some of the narrowest inthe country that run through Goa. NH66 connects Goa to Mumbai and Mangalore, NH-4A connects Panaji to Belgaum, Bangalore and Kolhapur. But traveling by Bus or private vehicle it will be more costlier, so my advice is to reach here by train or flight.

1 comment:

  1. Everyone knows that Goa beach is very beautiful so nothing wants to say about it.Sucharita