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Goa. Not nearly enough can be said about this coastal beach town along the Arabian Sea that is nestled between Maharashtra and Karnataka. Goa attracts tourists from around the world and India. Besides the Christmas and New Year season, when holiday packages to Goa are especially popular, the 3-day Goa Carnival held in February every year is an equally popular draw. The street carnival is marked by parades, colourful floats, street dancers and of course, lots of fun and frolic! No matter what the season, Goa never goes out of style.
Sightseeing/Activities/Places of Interest - Goa Travel
Goa is one of the hottest beach destinations in India. Goa is where the young and old go to relax and unwind. While Goa was mainly known as a "party" destination where foreigners once flocked for free sun, sand and surf, the beach town has made its mark on the global tourist map not only for its undulating beaches but also for its ancient churches and natural wonders. Goa is primarily divided in to North and South. With many restaurants and clubs, North Goa is a tourist hotspot. South Goa is more sedate with quieter beaches and a slower pace of life. Popular beaches in North Goa are Baga, Calangute, Anjuna and Candolim while in South Goa, there is Varca, Palolem, Colva and Betalbatim. All North and South Goa offer shacks on the beaches where delectable seafood is served along with local cuisine including popular ?vindaloo? preparations. Besides North and South Goa, Old Goa is a little known area where churches and cathedrals like St. Catherine Cathedral and Basilica of Bom Jesus attract visitors from across the world. The capital city of Goa is Panjim, The jetty in Panjim is from where many cruise boats set off in to the sunset with live music and dancing and snacks served on board.