Goa Holidays

What To Do At Goa This Year

Why go to Goa? The real question is, why not? Located on the west coast of India on the Arabian Sea, a holiday to Goa is hot stuff. From its sizzling Indian cuisine to its scorching year-round climate, this fabulous place has been drawing holidaymakers to its exotic shores for decades… and it’s not hard to see why.

It has a wonderful temperate year-round climate which promises plenty of sunshine in both summer and winter – perfect for topping up your tan or thawing out from the miserable British winter. It has been ranked as one of the best places for quality of life in India, so as you can imagine, it makes for a pretty special holiday destination.

Goa is renowned for its beaches and has developed many well-equipped holiday resorts such as the lovely Kerala Beach. This beautiful spot features long swathes of soft golden sand flanked by swaying palms and lush greenery. It has a laid-back beach vibe that’s perfect for relaxing and soaking up the sun, or if you want to try something new, take a leisurely houseboat cruise along calm waters or join an elephant safari.

For something a little more buzzing, take a visit to Goa’s capital, Panaji, which has a distinctly Mediterranean vibe and offers numerous churches and museums to visit. Or, experience the Portuguese legacy of Margao – a historic Goan city that was conquered by Portugal back in the 16th century, later becoming a colony, and which bears many hallmarks of the Portuguese culture, including architecture and cuisine.

Goa is a delightful blend of modern beach resorts and ancient customs, with spectacular scenery, rich flora and fauna, and a long list of heritage sites to discover. Whether you soak up the sun in idyllic surroundings or spend your days uncovering its ancient history and Portuguese culture, a holiday in Goa is like no other.

Also, don’t forget that if you’re looking for some world class beaches or nightlife; Goa has that as well. There are countless beaches to enjoy a lazy day under a palm with a breeze straight from the Indian Ocean. By night there are also lots of options to keep oneself entertained as the area has developed considerably of late. That said, if you’re looking for peace and quiet you can most certainly find that in the region as well.