As everyone authentically assures, Goa is the unpredictable beauty in West India over-packed with colourful beaches and parties. Who wouldn’t like to kick back and have a relaxing holiday beach hopping, eating fabulous food, and partying the night away? The goal here is to chill, but in a well-rounded trip. This trip is going to be so exciting that you won’t want to come back from there. Sand Pebbles Tours is offering Exciting Goa Packages -Where Adventure Begins
Here’s some Things To Do In Goa.
1.Get yourself some Beach Therapy
The stretch of beaches in Goa does not let down. They all have something the one next door does not. Here are my top 3:
Agonda Beach (South)- known as one of Asia’s most scenic beaches, is quiet, serene, and relaxing.
Baga and Calangute beaches (North)- one of the busiest and most commercial areas. It is lined with side-by-side lounges, upscale restaurants, and when the sun goes down, commercial nightlife.
Mandrem Beach- Said to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Asia, Mandrem beach is quiet and beautiful. In fact, many couples come here for their honeymoon, to relax, and take in the breathtaking views.
2.Visit the churches of Old Goa.
Goa spent over 400 years under Portuguese rule and the legacy of the Portuguese is is still very apparent today – you can’t miss all the cute, white washed Portuguese churches dotted over the countryside.
Old Goa is a UNESCO world heritage site and has many churches. It contains churches affiliated to various convents, including the Se cathedral, the Church of S. Caetano, and notably, the Basilica of Bom Jesus which contains the mortal remains of Sv. Franjo Xavier.
3.Shop to your heart’s content.
Located near the Anjuna beach, this famous daytime market has a mix of Kashmiri, Gujarati and Tibetan shops, stalls offering clothes and jewellery and a range of food outlets, among other things. Held every Wednesday, it is spread across the coastline, selling almost everything.
Bring your cash and be prepared to barter in order to get the best deal.
4.Visit the Spice Plantations
The spice plantations are some of the most offbeat place to visit in Goa. Walk through aromatic fresh plantation and learn about various spices. Savoi plantations and Sahakari Spice Farm are the two of the most famous plantations that you must visit. Apart from enjoying the natural beauty and walking through the plantation you also get to play with the majestic tuskers. Give them a bath or sit on their back while the splash you with water.
5.Try the Goan Delicacies
Goa is among one of the few places in India that has mixed its native cuisine with that of a foreign nation’s with the outcome turning out to be a complete lip-smacking wonder. You can’t miss kulkul, rosomelette, Goan curry with Sannas, pork vindaloo are out of the many dishes to relish.
6.Go for Paragliding
Fly over the sea while Paragliding in Goa. If you like you can also perform Aerobatics over the sea. Professional instructors will make a fascinating paragliding from 15 minutes to 1 hour in the air without landing on the coast of Goa. If you want you can book your flight aerial videographer. Watch the video to see your preparation for the flight, the launch, landing and the flight. The sport can be enjoyed at various beaches such as the Anjuna beach, Calangute beach, Baga beach, Candolim beach, Majorda beach, Dona Paula beach, etc.