Fun-Filled Week in Goa
- Calangute Beach
- VBaga Beach
- Dona Paula Beach
Following a leisurely day on the Goa beaches, it’s tie for you to savor some lip-smacking delicacies. Goa is quite popular for its seafood such as oysters, lobsters, prawns and crabs. They are used for making a variety of curries and pickles.
- Church of St. Francis of Assissi
- Chapel of St. Francis Xavier
- Basilica of Bom Jesus
Goa is home to some spectacular temples such as Shri Mahalsa Temple, Shri Ramnath Temple and Shri Saunsthan Goudpadacharya Temple. Goa is a destination where Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with great enthusiasm.
On the day 3, explore the Portuguese era forts of Goa. One of the major forts in Goa is Aguada Fort. If you are looking forward to something adventurous, head straight to Dona Paula Beach and indulge in water sports such as scuba diving and water skiing.
A large chunk of Goa’s landscape is occupied by a variety of flora and fauna species. There is a total of 6 wildlife sanctuaries in Goa. Here is the list of wildlife sanctuaries you will visit in Goa:
- Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary
- Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary
- Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary
Following the wildlife excursion, visit one of the shacks located alongside the beaches and experience the pulsating nightlife of Goa.
If you want to touch the traditional roots of Goa, make a day trip to a miniature Goan village which is more than 100 years old. It is situated atop of a small hill at Loutim in South Goa, which is around 10 kilometers from Margao.
The handicraft industry of Goa makes some of the commendable arts and crafts such as clay, bamboo, sea shell and coconut shell. The state is home to several handicraft emporiums. Take a look at the exquisite artifacts of Goa and purchase what you like.