1)When Is the Best Time to Visit Goa?
The weather in Goa is perfect during the months of November to February. The climate during this time is neither too hot nor too cold making it the best time to visit Goa.
2)What is the distance from Mumbai to Goa?
Goa is approximately 583kms from Mumbai.
3)Which is the best Casino in Goa?
Deltin Royale is the most preferred casino by the visitors and it can be called as one of the best casinos in Goa.
4)Which are the famous churches in Goa?
Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral, Church and Convent of St. Francis of Assisi, St. Cajetan Church are some of the well-known churches in Goa.
5)Is Goa safe for female travellers?
Yes, Goa is quite safe for everyone.
6)How many days are enough for a Goa trip?
One can enjoy the complete experience of Goa on a trip that ranges from 4-7 days.
7)When does the carnival take place in Goa?
The Goa Carnival usually takes place in Mid-February and is one of the most enjoyed events in Goa.
8)What are the best things to buy in Goa?
Cashew nuts, Spices, handicraft, and Cashew Feni are some of the things one can buy in the local Goa market.
9)Which are the famous festivals celebrated in Goa?
The most popularly celebrated festivals in Goa are Christmas, Easter, Ganesh Chathurthi, Carnival and the feast of St. John, the Baptist.
10)What are some famous tourist attractions in Goa?
Calangute Beach, Chapora Fort, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Dudhsagar Falls, Fort Aguada, Dona Paula, are some of the best tourist places in Goa to visit.
11)Which are the famous beaches in Goa for water sports?
Baga Beach, Sinquerim Beach, Anjuna Beach, Calangute Beach, Colva Beach, Mobor Beach, Dona Paula Beach, Majorda Beach are some of the famous beaches in Goa for water sports.
13)Does Goa have any islands?
There are many islands in goa that are worth-visiting on your trip to Goa, some of them are as follows:Conco Island or Monkey Island - Conco Island, one of the most visited islands in the state, lies close to South Goa's Agonda Beach.
Divar Island - tucked away in the midst of thick forest, epitomises unspoiled beauty, peace, and solitude. This location, away from Goa's boisterous party scene, offers a tranquil setting with its traditional churches and verdant paddy fields.
Sao Jacinto Island - San Jacinto, one of the smallest islands in the state, is regarded as Goa's most beautiful island.
Grande Island - Grande Island is well-known throughout the world as the best location in Goa for learning to scuba dive and snorkel.