Goa is a centre of natural beauty, which lies in its beaches. Goa is famous for its wildlife sanctuaries, which include Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Bhagvan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary, Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary, Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary and Mollem Wildlife Sanctuary. Goa is renowned for fresh beer, cocktails, beaches and places of worship. Goa beaches are the major attraction of Goa Tourism. This city is always been a favourite place for electronic music parties and churches of Goa. The most exciting and diverse state is divided into two districts namely North Goa and South Goa. Its best beaches lie in both North Goa and in South Goa. In this area you can also see the gorgeous shining white sand as well as glowing lava rocks. Accommodation is very easy for visitors; they can find hotels in Goa at very attractive rates near Goa beaches.

Goa Beaches

Churches of Goa

Churches of Goa India are the major tourist attraction in the city. Goa's famous churches are Ruins of Church of St, The Church of St. Anne, Basilica of Bom Jesus, and Church of St. Francis of Assissi, Church of Mary Immaculate Conception, St. Cajetan Church, Church of St Paul, Augustine Se Cathedral Church and Reis Magos Church etc. These famous and magnificent churches are largely a legacy of Portuguese colonization.

Cuisine of Goa

Goa's famous and delicious foods include fish, curry and rice and feni package. It serves one of the best seafood in the country such as prawns, lobsters, crabs, pomfrets, clams, ladyfish, mussels, and oysters. This seafood is used to make of curries, fries, soups and pickles. Except all these mouth watering cuisines, it is also famous for dried and salted fish dishes. The North Goa restaurants offer pleasing ambience, alcohol in cheap rates, fresh fruit juices with a sigh of sea roaring.

Goa India

How to Reach

By Air: The closest airport from Goa is the Dabolim, which is 29 km from the city. It caters both domestic as well as international flights.

By Train: Goa's major two railway stations are Thivim and Madgaon. These stations were built during the colonial era, which link the port town of Vasco da Gama.

By Road: It is very well connected by the good motorable roads from all the major destinations in India. It has three major National Highways are NH 4A, NH 17, and NH 1.