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During summers (March to May), temperature in Goa reaches up to 40 degrees, but the sea breeze offers a comfort. Winter days (October to February) are pleasant and with temperature around 15 degrees at nights. Monsoons in Goa (June to September) experiences medium to heavy rainfalls with temperature fluctuating between 25 to 30 degrees. Goa can be visited at any time of the year. But outdoor activities and water sports are restricted during monsoon. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Goa is located on the border Karnataka and Maharashtra. Many luxury coaches connect Goa from Mumbai, Pune and Bengaluru. The Kadamba bus stand at Panaji is the main bus station in Goa from where the state owned bus services operate.  

By Air:

Dabolim, which is located 29 km away from Panaji is the international airport in Goa. It connects Goa with major Indian metros as well as international destinations, especially U.K. and Germany. 

By Rail:

Margao (Madgaon) and Vasco-da-gama are the major railway stations in Goa. The come within the Konkan railway line and are well connected many major Indian cities. 

By Water:

Shipping services from Mumbai to Panaji are available to Goa. Several vacation cruises also operate in Goa.


This smallest sea side Indian state stands top in the tourism map of India. Located at the western part of India, bordering Maharashtra and Karnataka, Goa is a perfect beach holiday destination in India with a 103 kms long shore. Whether it is historically or with the sheer beauty of beaches, Goa has a great appeal for tourists worldwide. You can enjoy a memorable vacation full of activities and festivity at the endless stretches of golden sands lining the blue waters in Goa. 


Not just that, Goa is equally famous for its churches that date back to the colonial days. Picturesque beach side resorts with world class facilities, multi cuisine restaurants and mouthwatering seafood cuisines makes you feel at home in Goa.


Goa is proud of its multi cultural population and strong Portuguese influence without leaving its essential Indianness. The well maintained beaches and the welcoming Goans attract millions of tourists to this small place very year.

Goa is also synonymous with honeymoon. It is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world. The ambience, fun filled environment and the beauty of the place lures honeymooners to Goa.


Goan beaches are vibrant with activities that last till late evenings. There are ample opportunities to enjoy surfboarding, motor scooters, beach volley balls, banana ride, go karting, jetskiing, parasailing, speed boat rides, water skiing, over night beach parties and city bike at Goa. There are numerous night clubs and cafes, beach side bars, discotheques which creates a merry making ambience.


Goa is also good to shop for anything under the sun. The Flea market in Goa is abuzz with people from different parts of the world round the year. The Anjuna Wednesday, Ingo’s Saturday Night Market, Friday Bazaar at Mapusa, Arpora Saturday night market are part of the flea markets in Goa.


Eat, drink and merry making’ this sums up the Goan culture which is perfectly reflected in the Flea Markets. Shop here for some rare antiques, jewelry, beach wear, Tibetan crafts, Kashmiri handicraft, clothes- both Indian and Western, jhola bags and much more. 


Goa is also a sea food lovers paradise with a wide array of cusines, especially made with crabs and lobsters which is served along with Fenni or beer.