Goa is a paradise among youngsters and couples for its obvious reasons for nightlife, beaches, weather, and energetic vibes. There’s hardly any squad in India who hasn’t made Goa plans yet, some have visited and some are still waiting. Don’t wait more, book your tickets and reserve a hotel in advance and hit Goa.
As we all know that Goa is the hot-selling destination of India, but why you should be visiting Goa is the question? Let’s learn the reasons;
Party on my mind– Goa comes with a number of party places, clubs, pubs, etc. people here need no reasons to celebrate and host parties. You will find many celebrities performing in the clubs of Goan clubs. So are you ready to feel the sand in your toes on a beach party in Goa?
Beach life– To feel the tropical atmosphere, Goa is the ideal choice. You can soak some coastal sun on the beach, enjoy sundowner drinks in a café of Anjuna Beach or just enjoy an evening stroll with a cool breeze on Baga Beach. Don’t forget to book a table in the cabanas of Baga Beach for a scrumptious dinner.
Café culture– With winds blowing in your hair, your favorite drink in one hand and live music in our ears, you can’t ask for more during your vacation in Goa. There are many open-air cafes and beach facing bistros that serve delectable food with cocktails. You should try Café Liliput and Thalassa if you love live music and great food.
Night fleas– If days are for sunbathing, nights in Goa are reserved for shopping in local fleas. You can buy beach wear, art pieces, shoes, and leather bags from these fleas taking place in Calangute and Anjuna. They are open from 6 pm to midnight. You can also buy a dreamcatcher from these markets to take along with enormous memories that you make in Goa.
Pleasant Weather– What could be a better time to visit Goa other than Christmas Vacations? During this time, the sun isn’t too harsh to drain you and nights are too cold to chill you. It’s just apt for you to enjoy your holiday in Goa. It goes till 30 degrees during the day and comes down to 20 at night.
Christmas festivity – Being a Portuguese colony, Christmas is celebrated with a lot of pomp and show. You will love Goa and its churches during this time for the decoration and lighting they do for the festival.
Sea-food– If it’s too hot outside, you can’t relish your favorite fish or prawn delicacies. You need cool weather to enjoy it and not to mention Goa is famous for its Konkani delights such as Sol Kadi, Khatkhate, Shark Ambiotic, etc. And, Prawn Balchao with Feni is a must try.
Sunburn festival – Who doesn’t like loud music, neon-lit parties, and energetic vibes? If you love all of these, Sunburn festival taking place in December deserves a visit for sure. This is the time when you will find all the hotels and cabs overflown with tourists from all over the world. You can make your holiday hassle-free by pre-booking them.
Waterfalls at their best– Waterfalls like Dudhsagar are counted in the list of offbeat places, where you will find calmness and tranquility. So right after monsoon is away from Goa, you can plan your trip and enjoy a dip in the waters of one of India’s highest waterfalls. Yes, don’t forget to take an extra pair of clothes while visiting these falls.
Lively Crowd – With all the festivity going on in Goa, you will find it crowded with the most happening people in the world. Most of them come here to celebrate new year’s eve and Christmas. With the influx of a number of foreign tourists during this part of the year, it will not be wrong to consider Goa as ‘The Party Capital of India’.
Some tips and trivia for you:
- Hire a cab with us to roam around like locals.
- Eat in the local beach shacks to get that authentic Goan flavor
- Stay close to the beach to feel the pulse of this dream destination.
Goa is not just a destination; it is an emotion amongst the youngsters. After every exam they want to unwind in Goa, every bachelor party plan is made in Goa, and every anniversary is celebrated in Goa. Now that you know that Goa is a paradise; don’t just make plans, but visit this gem instead!
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