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About Goa

A pocket-sized paradise located on the west coast of India, Goa is a kaleidoscopic blend of Portuguese-Indian heritage, delicious delicacies, and of course the serene beaches. With its Susegad philosophy of living, this sunshine state has gained a lot of fame all over the world. With such easy -going vibes, this little state makes you carefree and lets you take your time to enjoy the laid-back lifestyle. 

Boasting a 100-kilometer long coastline, Goa is home to a string of uninterrupted golden sand beaches that propel many tourists all year round. These beaches cater to every tropical whim- choose from the backpackers’ favourite Arambol or the bolder Baga beach; laidback Mandrem or the palm-fringed Palolem or maybe enjoy the blissful hippie market of Anjuna beach. There are also the private beaches groomed by the five-star properties to appreciate or the hidden coves for you to discover. 

Needless to say, Goa is recognized across the globe for its tempting seafood and bustling nightlife. With a rich collection of beach shacks, trendy bars, lively clubs, splendid casinos, and elegant cafes, the state boasts the most amazing nightlife one can experience in India. 

Known to be a Portuguese colony in the times bygone, Goa also flaunts the baroque architecture back from the colonial times. It is quite evident in the old-style bungalows, ancient forts, and the white-washed churches.

The colourful catholic ceremonies and the stunning cathedrals also give you an insight into the Goan culture. 
With all of these and a lot more to experience, Goa truly has all the ingredients for a perfect holiday recipe.

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Candolim Beach
This beach has won the hearts of tourists for its tranquil ambience, adventure sports and other amusement options. The enchanting Candolim Beach is particularly famous for its nightlife which ensures fun and some crazy moments to remember for a lifetime. Interesting adventure sports, spellbinding scenery and a unique festivity makes Candolim Beach one of the best beaches in Goa.
 Butterfly Beach

This relatively unexploited beach is becoming a buzzing North Goa places to visit. The place occupies a tiny semicircular bay on the high northern end of Palolem beach and the most astounding feature is that you can spot millions of butterflies flying over the hilltop blossoms. The golden sands against the warm blue water create postcard perfect location with palm trees and scores of butterflies.

Splashdown Waterpark
The coolest water-theme park in Goa, Splashdown features five pools, an array of slides, flumes, and other exciting features. You will find some activity for all age groups, a few rides mild and some for people with a strong heart. Relive the fun child in you as you glide down the water slides. The park wasn’t built overnight because it is not merely a water park but was designed after re-examining each step to provide you with a revitalizing experience. Your fun and excitement aren’t complete if you do not dive into pools or slide down rides such as Zoom Flume and Awesome3some. Splashdown is one such park where adventure meets fun, and the freedom unleashes the child in you, forget all your worries. Splashdown boasts of four-storeyed rides, leisure pools, cannonball slides, lazy rivers, adventure walks, and many more. You can also stay at the park’s resort and use a season pass to let you spend a luxurious vacation within Splashdown. Besides, you can have fun with your family and friends at the park’s Big Kahuna Beach. The park is one of the most coveted tourist destinations in Goa for all water babies in the world. Just choose your partner to shake your legs to the beats of foot-tapping and peppy dance numbers. Spend some special moments with your loved ones, enjoying fun-filled rides and treasuring these memories forever. Whether it is a vacation, friends get together, birthday bash, festival, corporate meeting, school outing, or college reunion, Splashdown is the place to be. Do not forget to savor the finger-licking combo meals at the park’s BBQ food joints, pizza corners, cafes, and bars.

Goa FAQ's

What are some famous tourist attractions in Goa?

1. Calangute Beach: North Goa’s longest beach, Calangute Beach is no less than a real paradise for backpackers from across the globe. Known popularly as “The Queen of Beaches”, this spectacular Goan beach has its name among the world’s top 15 bathing beaches. Calangute Beach owes its popularity to its spectrum of thrilling water activities, shacks, food joints, and pubs.  

2. Basilica of Bom Jesus: 
Known popularly for its awe-inspiring baroque architecture, Basilica of Bom Jesus has remnants of St. Francis Xavier. Constructed back in 1594, the development of this Christian shrine corresponds to the inception of Christianity as a religion in India. Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Basilica of Bom Jesus has stood magnificently against the test of time and continues to lure visitors from all over the world. 

3. Dudhsagar Falls: 
Lying within the premises of Mollem National Park, Dudhsagar Falls cascade right from the lofty hills of the Western Ghats. Counted among the country’s highest waterfalls, the mighty Dudhsagar has its name among the world’s 100 highest waterfalls. Enticing nature lovers and photo fanatics, Dudhsagar Falls give the illusion of a heavy flow of milk gushing down a majestic hill. 

4. Fort Aguada: 
Constructed back in the seventeenth century, Fort Aguada is a brilliant example of the mesmerizing Portuguese architecture. Lying on the Sinquerim Beach, this fort offers its visitors a truly breathtaking view of the meeting of the Arabian Sea and Mandovi River. Named after the Portuguese term for water, ‘Agua’, this fortress once formed a source of clean water for seafarers. 

5. Dona Paula: 
Dona Paula is popular across the globe as one of the most enticing monuments in Goa. With iconic stories, passion, love, and romance filled in its atmosphere, Dona Paula is even counted among North Goa’s most flamboyant beaches. Offering its visitors, a spectacular sight of Mormugao harbor, this beach makes for an incredibly beautiful getaway in the state. 

6. Chapora Fort: 
An epitome of incredible beauty and rich history, Chapora Fort is named after the spectacular Chapora River, which flows alongside it. Constructed by the Portuguese back in the year 1717, this mesmerizing fortress has gained a lot of popularity after the blockbuster Bollywood movie ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ was shot here. From the Portuguese emperors to the Maratha kings, Chapora Fort has made its way through the ownership of several rulers and today its relics tell the legendary tales.

Does Goa have an international airport? How to reach Panjim from the airport?

Yes, Goa’s International airport is also known as Dabolim International Airport. It is the only airport in the state where domestic as well as international flights operate. You can reach Panjim by using the public transport facilities like buses and taxis that are available just outside the airport. You can also pre-book taxis that cost you approximately INR 350 to 400 to cover a distance of 25 km from the airport to Panjim.

Which are the best nightclubs to visit in Goa?

1. SinQ Nightclub: This is the most popular nightclub in North Goa as It's situated on sea-facing Aguada beach, near Baga. The nightclub offers stunning views of the Arabian Sea and some of the best electronic music for its customers.

2. Silent Noise Club: A true example of what a nightclub should be all about, this club is out in the countryside and comes with a cool DJ playing alternative music which makes the place well worth a visit.

3. Bubble Brunch Club: 
This rave club's atmosphere is explosive and the salespeople are always hospitable. The club is one of the most visited clubs in North Goa and has an amazing ambience which makes it well worth a visit. 

4. Crazy Flamingo: 
This nightclub is a literal circus, complete with a giant clown in the entrance who wants to take pictures with you and a ringmaster in full garb conducting the show. It is one of the most unique clubs in Goa and also one of the most popular amongst all other nightclubs at the place.

5. Cape Town Cafe: 
It is known as the best place to party, and it's always packed at night. With an amazing dance floor and stage, Cape Town Cafe is one of those nightclubs that will change your life.

6. Hammer's Nightclub: 
It is a place where you can indulge in your favourite drinks, dance all night long and hang out with your friends and loved ones.

What you will like there?

Free and Liberal Environment
Goa is a very liberal place where you can wear the type of clothes you want, drink alcohol freely and just unwind yourself without anyone judging you. 

Serene Beaches
The beaches, especially in North Goa are clean and mesmerizing. Spending a day lying on the beach, enjoying the salty sea breeze blowing over you is an unforgettable feeling. 

Facilities for Tourists
Since Goa is a tourism state, there are many facilities for tourists like rented bikes, general stores, medical stores, options for accommodation, variety cuisine restaurants and entertainment facilities. A tourist in Goa will never feel uncomfortable or lacking because of this.

There is no end to the type of places you can visit in Goa at night. From high end clubs playing EDM and house music to clubs playing the Desi Bollywood music or traditional energetic Goan music, you will have a variety of choice for partying in Goa.

You will never forget the taste of authentic Goan fish curry and rice once you have it. There are several small and big restaurants which serve traditional Goan food and you can also try some famous seafood like Lobsters, crabs, squids, shellfish and sharks cooked in different traditional as well as modern styles.

What is the ideal duration for a holiday in Goa?

The ideal duration for a holiday in Goa is 7- 10 days. Within this span, an individual will have enough time  to undertake all activities like watersports like , jet skiing, scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, etc and adventure activities like trekking, hiking, quad biking and many more.

You can also cover sightseeing to various places like Aguada fort, Dudhsagar Falls, Chapora fort, Basilica of Bom Jesus, etc.

Can I rent a bike, car etc. to travel within Goa? What is the cost of renting?

Hiring a two or a four wheeler in Goa is very easy. While roaming around the streets of Goa, you will often come across boards with the name and number of the contact person from whom you can hire a vehicle. The cost for a two wheeler Activa ranges from around INR 250 to 300 per day while a four wheeler is anywhere between INR 1000 to 1500 per day.

How expensive is Goa?

Goa, being a tourist destination has something for everyone. You can find reasonable homestays as well as luxury resorts, local shacks as well as 5-star dining, affordable transport as well as fancy cars.

Thus, Goa is not an expensive state if you’re looking for a vacation. It has everything that may turn into a luxury vacation if you want. But for anybody who is not looking to engage in luxury, Goa is beautiful and inexpensive.

Where can we go for parasailing in Goa? What is the approximate cost?

This is an extremely popular water sport in Goa. You can enjoy it at the following locations:

- Dona Paula
- Majorda
- Anjuna
- Bogmalo
- Calangute
- Colva
- Candolim
- Vagator

 Approximately INR 1000 to 1500 per head

On the other hand, Catamaran sailing is done on boats that are famous for their colorful banana-shaped hulls. You can enjoy this activity at Palolem beach in Goa.

Approximately INR 1200 to 1500 per head

Which is the famous place to do river rafting in Goa?

River rafting in river Mhadei is really popular amongst rafting enthusiasts all over India. River Mhadei is a stretch of 10 km and runs through the Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary. Anybody aged 12 and above can participate in this activity.

This river offers rapids ranging between 2 and 3 which is great for a first timer. The best time to enjoy rafting here is from July to September during monsoon when the river is overflowing with rainwater.

Like any other water sport, rafting can be considered as a safe activity only after adhering to safety measures. The use of correct gears like inflatable rafting boats, carbon paddle, life jacket, helmets, wet suit, dry suit, dry bags etc. is very essential while you’re undertaking this sport.

Similarly, taking this ride under the supervision of a trained rafting instructor is also important. In most of the cases, these instructors brief everyone about safety measures and sign languages before getting onto the raft. Make sure you listen to their guidance and adhere to all rules

What are the essential items that one must pack while travelling to Goa?

On your trip to Goa, there are a certain things that you will surely need. It is always better to be prepared. So here’s everything that you should carry on your trip.

- Sunscreen- A good sunscreen since you will be out in the heat on beaches.
- Sunglasses- to save you from harsh sunrays and to cover-up sleepy and hung-over eyes.
- Essential Footwear- Make sure you take a mix of flip flops, crocs and dancing shoes because you cannot wear the same shoes everywhere in Goa
- Jacket- It is going to be hot in the day but considerably cool at night. So carrying a jacket isn’t a bad idea. You can also use this as a mat or pillow at the beach.
- Fanny Pack- You can carry this bag that sticks to your waist instead of a sling bag or a tote for all your essentials.
- Power Bank- In case you’re unable to charge your phone while travelling, you have a backup
- Water Bottles - so that you don’t get dehydrated
- Moisturiser- Considering Goa’s weather, your skin can become dry very quickly
- First Aid Box- Goa is full of outdoor activities and an emergency may occur at any point. So, it is advisable to carry at least a basic first aid kit with you.

Can I do Kite-Surfing in Goa? Where can I do it?

In Goa, this sport is gaining popularity famous as there are several training schools that help you learn this water sport activity and the climate conditions at the beach are very suitable. The wind is best in February, March, April and May as winds build up because of the upcoming rain season. October and November are great for surfing too. Here’s where you can enjoy best kite surfing:

- Arambol
- Mondego Bay, Morjim
- Bambolim
- Mandrem
- Ashvem
- Pernem

Where can we do Paragliding in Goa? What is the cost of Paragliding?

Arambol should be your ideal choice if you want to enjoy the activity of paragliding in Goa. The Sweetwater Lake here is a beautiful launching point that makes your ride in the air worth the experience. The endless sky and sea captivate your mind but you are neither touching the sky nor the water, instead you are sailing between the two most beautiful elements.

The wonderful view of the mountains and plains capture your eyes and the accompanying long shoreline of the pristine beach mesmerises your soul. The best time for paragliding here is between the time of late September and early June. 
This activity costs approximately INR 2000 for a 10 minutes ride. However, if the weather conditions are suitable, you may ask the organiser for a few extended minutes.

Where can we do Quad Biking in Goa?

Moving away from the beaches and water sports, quad biking in Goa offers a refreshing experience. Riding in the mud, rocks, wood and sand can be a fun activity. But do not forget to adhere to the safety measures that safeguard your ride and keeps you away from injuries.

ATV bikes can be used for off - roading and for exploring the uncharted territories. Quad biking is available in Anjuna behind St. Michael School. Anjuna has 2 different tracks that are made available for riders; natural and a man made track.

What are the most important points to be considered while planning my trip to Goa?

Here is a list of things you should keep in mind while planning a trip to Goa-

- Don’t carry too much hard of cash in hand. Keep that ATM card handy.
- Keep your wallet in a safe place, not in the rear pocket.
- Make sure you carry one single pouch for all important documents like passport, PAN card, etc.
- Remind yourself to stay hydrated at all times.
- Carry sunscreen, a lot of it.

What all types of cuisines can I find in Goa? Which ethnic food is special in Goa?

Restaurants in Goa have a variety of cuisines as people from all over the world visit this destination. It has Spanish, European, Chinese, Italian etc. However, the authentic local Goan food is the ethnic speciality here. Many of the food items are prepared using coconut. One of the famous dishes is Chicken Xacuti, so make sure you don’t miss out on trying this one!

Which restaurants serve the best seafood in Goa?

Goa being a coastal region, serves amazing seafood. If you are a fish-eater, you’re absolutely going to love the seafood served at the following restaurants in Goa.

- Ritz Classic - Panjim
- Fisherman’s Wharf - Mobor Beach, Cavelossim
- Zeebop - Utorda Beach, Salcette
- Suwadik- Panjim
- Souza Lobo - Calangute Beach

Is vegetarian food easily available in Goa? Which are some famous restaurants for vegetarian food?

Vegetarian food is easily available in all parts of Goa. Although most often than not, most tourists and locals consume meat on a daily basis, there are a lot of vegans out here too. So dear vegetarians, worry not… here is a list of restaurants that serve great vegetarian food in Goa:

- Navtara Pure Veg Restaurant- Panaji
Location: 5 locations in Goa – Panjim, Margao, Mapusa, Porvorim and Calangute

- Bhojan - Panaji
Location: Hotel Fidalgo, 18th June Road, Panaji, Goa

- Bean Me Up - Anjuna
Location: 1639/2, Deulvaddo, Near Anjuna Petrol Pump, Anjuna

- Saraya Art Cafe- Sangolda
Location: Saraya House, Chogm Road, Penha de Franca, Sangolda

- Jalsa- Bardez
Location: Tambudki, Arpora, Bardez

Does one have easy access to alcohol in Goa? What is the legal drinking age?

One of the major reasons why Goa is popular amongst the youth is because it sells cheap alcohol. You can find the local beer for as cheap as INR 30. However, the legal drinking age set by the government in Goa is age 21 years. Make sure you don’t consume any alcohol if you are any lesser than the mentioned age in order to not invite any trouble.

Can kids do adventure activities in Goa? Which activities are suitable for kids?

Yes, kids can indulge in a few activities like banana ride, kayaking, and swimming in Goa. Usually, the minimum age required to participate in other adventure activities is 12 years but kids of below age can also have fun in Goa provided necessary safety measure are taken beforehand. You can smartly choose beaches like Palolem and Patnem that have calm and shallow waters that ensure the safety of kids while they undertake any adventure activity.

What festivals do the local people celebrate in Goa?

Goa is a blend of different cultures with the Goan population playing a major role. This mix gives it plenty of festive moments. Here are some of them-

- Shree Shantadurga Zatra, Fatorpa
- Goa Carnival
- Shigmo or Shigmotsav
- Easter
- The Goa Food and Cultural Festival
- Sao Joao Festival
- Chikal Kalo Festival
- Touxeachem Feast
- Ganesh Chathurthi
- Dussehra
- Christmas
- Diwali & Narkasur Nights

Which are most famous beaches in North and South Goa?

Here is a list of top beaches in Goa. These are beautiful, well maintained and have attracted tourists for years:

North Goa

- Kerim Beach - The northernmost beach of Goa that has an Old Portuguese Fort and a 17th century church.  Located close to Tiracol fort, it is a peaceful and an unexplored beach with a calm shore.
- Arambol - This is considered to be one of the best beaches in Goa as it is well maintained and less explored.
Mandrem - Mandrem is one of the most beautiful beaches of North Goa where you can go for a dolphin spotting ride.
- Morjim - Morjim is one of most secluded beaches in North Goa. Here, you can spot a large variety of birds and Olive Ridley Turtles, hillocks and good food.
Chapora - The white sand along with black lava rocks plus the Chapora fort overlooking the sea makes it a beautiful sight.

Central Goa

- Miramar - Miramar beach is located 3 km south-west of Panaji and is a very popular beach amongst locals as well as tourist.
Dona Paula - This place has Water Sports, jetty, Rocky shores, shopping and so much more. It is located just 6 km south-west of Panaji.
Siridao - A paradise for sea shell collectors, this beach has a rocky and sandy shore and it’s most famous attraction is the Chapel of Jesus of Nazareth.

South Goa

- Colva - This beautiful beach is famous for its romantic evenings, great seafood and the most happening beach for nightlife in South Goa.
Benaulim - This beach has good food, local markets, and is particularly famous for bullfighting events that take place here.
- Cavelossim Beach - Once you’re here, you can relax on this white sand, black lava rocks and beach shacks. Eat tasty Goan dishes and Seafood, do watersport activities and shop at the local markets.

Is it worth visiting Goa for honeymoon?

Goa is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in India and it is popular for a reason. With beautiful beaches, mesmerising sunsets, fancy restaurants and pleasant weather, every couple aspires for a romantic trip to Goa.  Goa offers every aspect of a romantic trip.

However, here’s what you can do to make your honeymoon worth cherishing a lifetime-

  • A romantic walk on the beach
  • Discover the Latin Quarter of Fontainhas
  • Visit the location of the tragic love story of Dona Paula de Menezes
  • Go for a romantic dinner on cruise
  • Go for a couple massage and spa
  • Go for a night time beach stroll
  • Spend time on a houseboat
  • Do some sky-gazing
  • Dive in the sea together

Are there any backpacker’s hostels in Goa?

If you are on a budget trip, there’s not going to be any place as cool and affordable as the below listed backpacker hostels. With all basic facilities, these hostels are very easy on the pocket

Wonderland Hostel 
Location- Anjuna

- Roadhouse Hostels
Location- Palolem

- Dreams Hostel
Location- Vagator 

- Hopping Frog
Location- Assagao

Red Door Hostel
Location- Anjuna

- The Hostel Crowd
Location- Panaji

Which is the best villa stay in Goa? How much will it cost?

Terra Rosa, an artfully constructed Portuguese Villa is our favourite pick in Goa. It is located on the scenic island of Chorao just a 20 minute drive from the capital, Panjim city.

It is a quaint place that has beautifully white washed churches including the majestic 16th century church of Sao Bartolomeu This villa offers a great chance to soak in the ethos of Goan village life on one hand and its vivacious night life on the other. The starting price of this villa is INR 6500

Which churches and forts are famous in Goa?

If you haven’t visited Churches in Goa yet, here’s where you should go:

1. Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church
Location: Rua Emidio Garcia, Panjim

2. Francis of Assisi church
Location: Off National Highway 4, Velha Goa

3. Basilica of Bom Jesus
Location: Old Goa Rd, Bainguinim

4. Se Cathedral
Location: Velha, Goa

5. St Alex Church
Location: North Goa, Near Don Bosco School, Bardez taluka, Calangute

 And, if you haven’t visited forts in Goa, here’s where you should head-

1. Fort Aguada
Location: Fort Aguada Road, Candolim

2. Chapora Fort
Location:Chapora village, North Goa

3. Cabo De Rama Fort
Location: 27 km from Margao Railway Station,Cabo de rama village, South Goa

4. Corjuem Fort
Location: 2 km from Mapusa and 4 km from Aldona on the island of Corjuem in North Goa

5. Reis Magos Fort
Location: On the northern bank of the River Mandovi across to the city of Panaji in North Goa

What activities can I do in South Goa?

South Goa has a number of places that are worth visiting and great beaches to soak the sunrays. You can engage in a number of water sport activities and adventure activities in South Goa.


Some activities are-

1. Sightseeing at Cabo De Rama Fort

Location: 27 km from Margao Railway Station, South Goa

2. Relax at beaches-
  • Colva - This beautiful beach is famous for its romantic evenings, great seafood and the most happening nightlife in South Goa.
  • Benaulim - This beach has good food, local markets, and is particularly famous for bullfighting events that take place here.
  • Cavelossim Beach - Once you’re here, you can relax on this white sand and black lava rocks and beach shacks eat Goan dishes and Seafood, gin watersports and shop at the local markets. You can also go for dolphin spotting trips here.

3. Visit the famous Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

Location: Canacona Taluka, South Goa

What all romantic activities couples can do in Goa?

Goa is indeed a very romantic destination. With the perfect blend of sunrise, sunsets, beaches, eateries and nightlife. It has a lot to offer to set up the most romantic trip. These activities listed below will surely make your trip to Goa all the more romantic and magical.


  • A romantic walk on the beach
  • Discover the Latin Quarter of Fontainhas
  • Visit the location of the tragic love story of Dona Paula de Menezes
  • Go for a romantic dinner on cruise
  • Go for a couple massage and spa
  • Go for a night time beach stroll
  • Spend time on a houseboat
  • Do some sky-gazing
  • Dive in the sea together

Can we go for backwater cruises in Goa?

One of the famous cruising activities in Goa include backwater cruising. It is a fun-thrill ride in the backwaters of Goan rivers like Mandovi and Zuari. You can best enjoy these during sunsets when the weather is very pleasant and the mood is set right with splendid views of the river.

Where can we get Goa’s famous local drink “Feni”?

The famous local drink “Feni” that is made out of cashew nuts can be availed at any local liquor shops in Goa that are located in all major cities. They are easily available and come in various quantities. Usually, the smallest bottle of Feni costs INR 40 for about 250 ml

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Reviewed: 04 Jul 2022
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Reviewed: 28 Oct 2023
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Reviewed: 20 Sep 2023
Best time to visit in monsoon. I started solo and ended up waking bunch of beautiful friends and went home with wonderful memories . It was raining through out the trek  which was so beautiful . Stay was good . Treks leads were so friendly and I never felt lonely with these people . I would like to ... Read More
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This was first trip to goa with family. I am very much thankful to Thrillophilia team for the smooth organisation of this package. Organisers were too good, we are happy that even though vehicle was given trouble they have immediately replaced with another vehicle so that the trip will not hamper. H... Read More
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It was an amazing experience of being on the cruise for your dinner along with music dinner dance and drinks. 2 hr event which was very well managed and i had one of the best experience of my Goa trip. I will return next year. Thank you Throphillia. Really appreciate the hardwork and your management... Read More
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