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Goa – Top 10 place visit in Goa

Introduction of Goa

Goa is located in western India and its connected with the Arabian sea. Panji is the capital state when Vasco da Gama is the largest city. Goa has a large visitor’s of international and domestic visitors, and this place is favorite of all international traveler and Domestic traveler. Worldwide traveler have one wish to Travel in Goa city

Every year lots of people are coming to Goa, and stay a long time. And the Goa Beach is a very popular destination for Visitors and also a casino and some resorts are very famous in Goa city.

How to reach Goa

You can reach by Goa there is three option, first You can take a flight from Mumbai, Ahmedabad or Delhi and you can reach by road from Panji village or you can take a Train From Other Indian Citys. If you are Road trip lover then I suggest you reach goa by road Trip and enjoying road trip because the road and atmosphere are very beautiful and premium. Also, you can check flight details on Goa International airport,  If you can choose Brod and you don’t have car then Goa Public Transport help to travel in Goa

After you reach Goa you can take a local OLA or UBER cab for travel in the Internal destination of Goa, And also you can rent a Bike (personal drive), Also Goa Travel helps to Visit in an Internal destination of Goa.

Climate of Goa City

Goa has a Tropical monsoon climate. The Climate of Goa is in the tropical zone and Its connected with the Arabian sea, so the climate is becoming very cool and classy for visitors. A month of the may is very hottest temperature around 35 C and winter is very cold and it’s around 9 C. you can also enjoying Goa Monsoon, Its Raining feel like amazing

History of Goa

Goa is located in western India and its connected with the Arabian sea. Some past year Goa was the major trading centers in India. Goa is in the tropical zone and Its connected with the Arabian sea, so the climate is becoming very cool and classy for visitors. In the third Century, Goa was a part of the Maurya Empire. Also, Buddhism monks were found Buddhism in Goa. The History of Goa is so old and much more suspense are exist in This city. And here is top 10 places visit in Goa City.

Top 10 places visit in Goa

  1. Colva Beach
  2. Panji
  3. Baga Beach
  4. Old Goa
  5. Calangute
  6. Margao
  7. Dudhsagar Falls
  8. Goa Science Ce
  9. Wax World Museum
  10. Chapora Fort

Here, is brief Information place to visit in Goa.

1) Colva Beach

Colva Beach is a very popular destination in Goa. Colva beach is located in South Goa in west India. Portugal is the first community to come in this city and start living in this village.  An end of the weekend lots of visitors are come around on the world and spent some quality times and enjoying Indian foods in Indian food Some special foods is south Indian food, Panjabi food, and Gujarati food, also you can ride a bike on Sea and also enjoying a ride on Balloons.

There are many much-enjoying things are available in this beach and also some biggest Hotels have existed in this beach so you can stay here and experience beautiful view and atmosphere also.

2) Panji

Panji is nearest Goa Town and this town is very huge and many people are living in this village, also in this village, many premium hotels and casino have existed and you can experience beautiful life, In Panji city many museums are exit so if you are History lovers then visit this Mausam. Also, In Panji city you can travel to some Fort.

3) Baga Beach

Baga Beach is the coastal town in the western Indian state of Goa. Baga beach is popular travel destination in North Goa, The Baga Beach is named after the Baga Creek, also this beach is famous for water spots destinations and also Goa has arranged Car parking in this beach. Baga beach has a lot of enjoyment and lots of food courts exist in this beach.

Average Weather: 29°C, Wind W at 6 km/h, 63% Humidity
Area code: 083227

4) old Goa

Old Goa is also called Vehla Goa, Old Goa is Inhabit on Mandovi River in Western in Indian states. The First name was used old Goa in 1960. The old Goa city was found in the 15th century as a Port Business. In old goa many churches and temple are available and Goa is also famous for churches.

Area: 4 km²
Elevation: 6 m
Weather: 26°C, Wind N at 5 km/h, 67% Humidity
Population: 2,550 (2011)

5) Calangute

Calagute is a town of North Goa, and this town is famous for his beaches, this beach is largest in North Goa and every day visited by thousand of International and domestic travelers. In New year and Christmas, this place is very famous for international travelers. In monsoon session, The sea is very rough and in this time the swimming is prohibited.

Population: 13,810 (2011)
Area code: 0832

6) Margao

Margao is a city of Indian western state, this town belongs to Portuguese people and they are first time start living in this village, Also this town is Administration headquaters of south Goa. The Damodar temple is a very popular temple in this city and many importance of this temple and many Hindus and other Internation visitors are vistied in the temple of every year. This city has a tropical monsoon climate so travelers can be enjoying this weather and easily travel a destination in this town.

Area: 15.1 km²
Weather: 26°C, Wind N at 6 km/h, 68% Humidity
Population: 87,650 (2011)

7) Dudhsagar Falls

Dudhsagar falls is on Mandovi river and this fall located on the border of the Goa. You can arrange a private tour and its expense is approx 5000 Indian rupees, You can take a cab from Goa and go Dudhsagar fall and visit this place.

You can visit Dudhsagar fall in Jeep and its amazing experience because of you can enjoy the atmosphere and feel the fresh air on Jeep. In this Fall the water is like Milk and color are all white and it gives an amazing look at this falls.

8) Goa Science Center

Goa science center is located on Marine highway, Panji. This science center the construction was started in 1999 and its take 2 years to complete this construction. The Science center is handled by National Council of Science Museums(NCSM), The science center is spared over five acres area of land.

In the science center shows many sceience facts on Painting and screens, also create visulaization and try to shows our science facts and its amazign experience for childers who loves science subject, so if your child are science lovers and if you are in Goa then must visit the science center and enjoying sceince facts.

Address: Marine Highway, Miramar, Panaji, Goa 403001
Hours: Closed now
Phone: 0832 246 3426
Founded: 19 December 2001
Director: M.M.K. Balaji

9) Wax World Museum

Wax world museum is located in Gandhi circle and in this museum shows many cultures and many famous personality statues. In this museum 15 status is available and this status is really amazing and gives us a beautiful massage.

Address: Ella, Goa 403402
Hours: 9:30 AM to 6:30 PM

10) Chapora Fort

Chapora fort is located in Chapora road, North Goa, when Portuguese arrives then this fort has existed but the Portuguese are lead this fort and handle this fort. In 1963  the Marathe samrajya was made this place as a base camp and handle this fort, The fort was built in 1717 on Chapora river.

This fort has a premium look and belongs to the great historical place. And this fort was built to take watch on enemy and send messages to headquarters. This fort is given a very beautiful look and you can enjoy sunrise and sunset on this fort.

Best hotels in Goa

  1. Colmar Beach Resort
  2. The Byke Old Anchor Beach Resort – South Goa
  3. Hotel Colva Kinara
  4. Goa Woodlands Hotel
  5. The Sapphire Comfort Hotel
  6. The HQ
  7. Hotel La-Paz Gardens
  8. Sandalwood Hotel & Retreat

 If you have planned for Travel in India then Must visit in Goa and enjoying Goa History.

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