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5 Cheap Things to do in Goa

Earlier this year, I got a summon from India’s Beach capital and didn’t have the audacity to refuse the call. So, I went solo via a Train journey from Kolkata to Goa. Though, a first-time visitor may find the highest lure in the Beaches in Goa, the fact remains there are many other things out there which are ravishing, almost a serendipitous discovery and do not cost you much, sometimes not even a penny.

Here are 5 cheap things to do in Goa:

View the majestic Dudhsagar Falls from the train: If you are traveling from the eastern part of the country, you will enter the state from its east and will have the privilege of coming face to face with the majestic and milky Dudhsagar Falls. The train passes right beneath it and so it will entail no extra expense. What’s more? Along the same route, the train runs through as many as ten dark and long tunnels which cast a fascinating spell of darkness and thrill.

 Fondle the beach dogs: When you are frolicking over the beaches in Goa, you will come across a number of dogs that reside on the shores and are often fed by tourists and shack/restaurant owners. They are very friendly, extremely loveable, clean, sophisticated, smart and ready to be fondled. And yes, they are cheap, they are free of cost!

Eat an ice cream at night: It may not appear as something remarkable since you can have an ice cream even at your home town. But back in Goa, slurping an ice cream at night and taking a walk by the breezy and roaring sea can be just oh-so-lovely. It is also incredibly romantic. These are the small little things which come cheap with our Goa honeymoon tour packages.

Watch the Chinese lanterns fly: At some beaches, like at the Palolem Beach, you can enjoy the mesmerizing sight of a floating Chinese lantern which is fired up and released in the sky. An extremely memorable sight, indeed (and free).

Move around on the bike: Goa is not just a touristy destination because of its beaches and churches but is a very beautiful one on the outside. Its squeaky clean highways and traffic-free lanes deserve to be explored leisurely through rented bikes.

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5 Cheap Things to do in Goa


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