Goa Packages

Things to Do in Goa

  • Sernabatim Beach

    The Sernabatim Beach is essentially a continuation of the Colva Beach. This beach is a much cleaner and quieter beach, as compared to other beaches in Goa and is an ideal place for swimming and relaxing. Away from noisy crowds and minus persistent hawkers, the Sernabatim Beach is popular for its gorgeous sunsets and draws many people during the evenings.

  • Kegdole Beach

    A serene and comparatively less commercialized beach, the Kegdole Beach is one of the less frequented beaches of Goa. The beach is located at the base of a hillock in the village of Verem. The Indian Navy has a Naval Academy on the top of the hillock. Among the more exploratory kind, the beach is known for its enchanting views of the ocean and sunset on one side and the Reis Magos Fort on the other. Enjoy a day of sublime peace at the beach and when you get hungry, just head to one of the many shacks that serve Goa’s delightful cuisines on the beach.


How to Reach Goa

By Air

The Dabolim Airport lies just 29 kilometres from the state’s capital, Panjim. It is well connected by daily flights from Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Cochin and Bangalore.

By Bus

There are a number of public as well as private bus operators in Goa, which offer options for intra-city and inter-city conveyance. KSRTC, MSRTC and KTC are some of the Government undertakings that operate from Panaji, Madgaon and Vasco Da Gama. Private bus operators include the likes of Neeta Tour and Travels, Paulo Travels and Naik Tours and Travels. Goa enjoys daily bus service from important cities like Mumbai and Pune.

By Train

The two major railheads in Goa are Madgaon and Thivim, which are well connected by trains from all over the country.


Best Time to Visit Goa

The Dabolim Airport lies just 29 kilometres from the state’s capital, Panjim. It is well connected by daily flights from Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Cochin and Bangalore.



What is the best time to visit Goa? 

October to February is the best months to visit Goa since the weather is pleasant and comfortable. Goa witnesses the Sunburn festival in December besides extensive Christmas and New Year celebration which attract visitors from all over the globe. 

What are the best beaches in Goa?

Arambol, Baga, Anjuna, Candolim and Vagator beach are the most popular beaches in North Goa whereas Palolem, Colva, Betul & Benaolim are some of the best beaches in South Goa. 

What is the difference between South Goa and North Goa? 

South Goa comprises of calmer and less explored beaches like Palolem, Colva, Betul & Benaolim whereas North Goa offers an array of pubs, casinos and flea markets and is the perfect place for a happening holiday. 

Best Hotels in Goa?  

Estrela Do Mar Beach Resort

Terra Paraiso Beach Resort

Neelam's The Grand

Lemon Tree Amarante Beach Resort

The Zuri White Sands Goa Resort & Casino

What are the best places to party in Goa? 

Tito’s, Mambo’s, Kamaki, Zanzibar, Montego Bay, Club LPK are some of the most happening places to party in Goa. 

Weekend Getaways from Goa:

Dandeli: A popular retreat for wildlife enthusiasts and adventure lovers, Dandeli is a scenic town in Karnataka. Don’t forget to visit Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary while you are there. 
Distance from Goa: 145 kms

Gokarna: If you are looking for a relaxing beach holiday away from the maddening crowd found in Goa, then this is the perfect destination. Don’t forget to visit the famous Mahabaleshwar Temple while you visit Gokarna. 
Distance from Goa: 132 kms 

Dajipur Wildlife Sanctuary: Surrounded by dense forest, the sanctuary is a lovely holiday retreat for its picturesque setting. You can spot wild deers, birds and bisons while trailing in the forest. To experience nature at its best, stay in one of the jungle resorts. 
Distance from Goa: 163 kms

Ankola:  Bordering the Arabian Sea, this town in Karnataka is an excellent weekend retreat. Visit the beaches and taste the locally grown mangoes while you in Ankola. 
Distance from Goa: 120 kms 

History of Goa: The history of Goa dates back to the 3rd century BC when it was a part of the Mauryan Empire. For the next 700 years, Goa was ruled by the Hindu dynasties until the Muslims took over in 1312.It was by the end of 15th century that a new route to India was discovered by the Portuguese adventurers, including Vasco da Gama.  The Portuguese rule lasted for as long as 450 years. Brimming with more than 300 churches in town, the culture and values brought in by the Portuguese continued to dominate Goa until the 20th century.

Weather in Goa: Mid - November to Mid – February: The weather is comfortable and pleasantly cool. It’s the perfect time to relax on the beaches and make the most of these three months in Goa. March to May: The temperature tends to rise during these months and the weather turns hot and humid. However, you could strike a good hotel deal as not many people visit Goa between March and May. 
June to October: If you love the monsoon and lush green countryside, June to October is a great time to visit.