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  • Driving distance 579.1km to Mumbai


  • AIR : Goa airport is (Dabolim Airport distance of 29 km away from Panaji.) International airport and It is also connected with all major cities in India and also have a flights connecting to Qatar, Dubai, Sharjah , Kuwait ,Britain, Germany ,Russia and more.
  • RAIL : Goa Railway station (Vasco da Gama) is connecting major city northern coast and southern coast.
  • ROAD : Every day deluxe bus services are available from Mumbai (fare about 650 -900) and nearest city.



Goa is smallest states of India and most popular goa tourismtourist place of India. Goa is situated in Arabian Sea forms its western coast. Goa is richest state of India. Whist Panaji is the state's capital, Vasco da Gama is the largest city.

Goa is quite well-known among travel freaks. However, for beginners, when they think of Goa, the only thing come to their mind is probably about the Goa beaches. Nobody can deny the fact that Goa has the best beaches in the world, but entertainment in Goa is far more beyond that as the experience Goa can give is multi-dimensional.



The best place to enjoy enchanting exotic beauty is go to beaches in Goa where you can relax yourself totally. Anjuna Beach is famous for its exciting beach parties, whicle Baga beach is well know for its water spot facilities, and walking along the Arambol beach.



Goa is also a place for devotees who seek for ardently spiritual worship. Some of the most important temples in Goa are Shree Mallikarjun Temple, The Hari Mandir, Mahalaxmi Temple, Ram Mandir, Bodhgeshwar Temple.


  • Panaji
  • Mormugao Harbour:-It is 34 Kms. from Panaji and 4 Kms. from Vasco-da-Gama.
  • Mapusa:-It is 13 Kms. from Panaji.
  • Margao:-It is 33 Kms. from Panaji.
  • Vasco-da-Gama:-It is 30 kms. from Panaji.
  • Pilar:-It is 11 kms. from Panaji.


  • Goa is lashed with heavy rains and strong winds during monsoons between June and September.
  • Summers, from March to May, are hot and very humid, unlike fall and winter.
  • Winters, from November to March, are mild and pleasant.

The best time to visit Goa is during winter season, from November to March. This is decidedly the peak tourist season of the state.



Goa climate is relaxed and lovely. Beaches are the best in Goa in the winter months between October and March. This is also the time Goa is most frequented by tourists. Weather in Goa during this period is amazingly pleasant.



Festivals in Goa are a reflection of its goa tourismmulticultural population that celebrates a number of holidays and festivals all round the year. As some of the Festivals in Goa are celebrated on a state wide level, those are declared as national holidays, during which even banks and post offices may remain closed. While the Christian festivals are celebrated in Goa on set dates, Muslim and Hindu religious festivals follow the lunar calendar and hence their dates keep on changing from year to year. Goans just need a reason to get together and celebrate with friends and family and the festival calendar of Goa does not disappoint them at all. Year round jubilant celebrations are a trademark of this coastal paradise of India. Given below is a list of popular Goan festivals, events and religious celebrations that take place throughout the year. The list also includes some local village events.



The cuisine of Goa is an extraordinary amalgamation of Portuguese and local sensibilities, mainly those of the Saraswat Hindus. The lengthy period of Portuguese rule, besides that of the Muslim and Hindu kingdoms, has left an ineradicable influence on the novel approach of Goan cooking and this has led to an interesting mix of tasty and spicy cuisine.

In true Portuguese-Goan tradition, the meat is soaked in different spices for at least a day or two before being cooked with a generous dose of homemade spices. The cuisine of Goa is responsible for introducing that quintessential Portuguese delicacy Chicken Cafreal (chicken marinated in a mildly spiced green coconut masala and fried) to the people world over.

A Goan values his food as much as he does his daily siesta (break). And in his daily meal, seafood always has a pride of place is some form or the other. From fried fish to exotic concoctions like ambot-tik, sea food is usually a must on the menu, except for the occasional break for some religious observance.

Monks were responsible for brewing and distilling distinctive-tasting fenis from the cashew fruit and the coconut palm, which form the base of cocktails of many kinds. Apart from food, if you are looking at exotic Goan cocktails, then they are also available in almost all the restaurants in Goa. The Catamaran, for example is a smooth blend of Vodka, Bacardi, pineapple Juice and lemonade that will go well with an Oriental meal. You could begin your oriental odyssey with Stuffed Crabs, which unlike their Goan counterparts are stuffed with Thai herbs, button mushrooms and carrot. Goenchins Chicken Taipei (chicken sautéed in hot green sauce) and Prawns Taipei (prawns sautéed in Szechwan sauce) are perfect accompaniments to complement your cocktail.

The cuisine in Goa has special treats stored for the vegetarians too. You will come across many restaurants in Goa, which serves unusual range of Hindu-Goan specialties. Try the Cashew Green Peas Bhaji (a tangy mixture of cashews, green peas, spices and fresh coconut), Sprouted Moong Ussal (bean sprouts with mustard seeds, green chillies and fresh coconut) and the Alsandachem Tonakh (kidney beans with a spicy Xacuti gravy). You can also try out the range of desserts, but the Tender Coconut Soufflé and Bebinca (a traditional seven-layered coconut and jaggery dessert) will simply capture your taste buds.

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