Goa


Goa a beautiful state in India is holiday maker’s paradise. It is one of the most demanding honeymoon destination in India beautifully blessed with the astounding beauty of the scenic Beaches, green hills and forest rich in flora and fauna, gothic churches and temples, rivulets and paddy fields, colorful festivals and carnival, lively feast and exotic beach resort. Goa honeymoon packages offer you all to work wonder on your honeymoon to make it truly an experince of lifetime. In addition the rich heritage and culture, excellent infrastructure, well knit transport facilities, good connectivity with national and international cities, typical Goan and international delicacies, welcoming people, balmy climatic conditions, blissful ambiance add romantic charm make Goa a hot honeymoon destinations. Plan your Goa honeymoon tour with us and enjoy your dream vacation of lifetime in a romantic and memorable way.
Goa honeymoon tour packages offer newly wedded couples wonderful opportunity to plan their honeymoon along the pristine Beaches beautifully fringed by the swaying coconut grooves or explore the unbeaten track of the wildlife sanctuary home to colorful, rare and endangered wildlife species and birds or Goan churches the living testimony of the Portuguese presence in India some of enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage list or the exotic hills rich in spice plantation or delight in ecstasy of Rave Goan parties, Goa in India is sheer magic that offer you world of wonderments to enjoy intimate time with your soulmate to express the feeling of love for each other in a better way. This beautiful paradise on earth Goa is sure to work wonder to make your holiday of lifetime an experince to treasure and cherish forever.

High Seasons -


The best, and most popular, time to visit Goa is during the cooler months of November to March, when the weather is wonderful, rain is a distant memory, and the seas are calm and clear. Arriving in October, at the very start of the tourist season, you’ll find Beaches luxuriously empty, but many facilities, such as shops, restaurants, beach shacks and beach-hut operations, aren’t yet up and running. As March stretches into April and May, the weather grows hot and humid, and swimming becomes trickier due to rougher seas. Beaches slowly empty of tourists but, much like October, this means that facilities aren’t as extensive, businesses slowly shutting up shop to await the return of tourists the following November.
Without doubt the peak season for visitors to Goa is over the short Christmas and New Year period, when prices are hiked phenomenally and many places are booked solid a year in advance. Yet this is a great time to be in Goa: the weather is glorious, the atmosphere is suitably festive, the tinsel is liberally festooned, and fireworks grace the evening sky. Though Goa’s frenetic party scene of years gone by has now slowed to a trickle, this is when all the best parties are held, and music festivals grace the northern coast’s clubs and Beaches. Don’t expect peace and quiet, but for gleeful Christmas spirit under the tropical sun it surely can’t be beaten.

Festivals & Events -

Goa's Christian heritage is reflected in the number of feast days and festivals that follow the religious calendar. Panaji (Panjim), in particular, has a bumper crop of nonreligious festivals.

Feast of Three Kings (6 Jan; Chandor) At churches local boys re-enact the story of the three kings bearing gifts for Christ.

Pop, Beat & Jazz Music Festival (Feb; Panaji) Shigmotsav (Shigmo) of Holi (Feb/Mar; statewide) This is Goa's version of the Hindu spring festival Holi. Coloured water and powders are thrown around at everyone and anyone and parades are held in the main towns.
Sabado Gordo (Fat Saturday; Feb/Mar; Panaji) Part of the statewide Carnival, this festival is held on the Saturday before Lent. It's celebrated by a procession of floats and raucous street partying.
Carnival (Mar; statewide) A three-day party heralding the arrival of spring.
Procession of All Saints (Mar/Apr; Old Goa) On the fifth Monday in Lent, this is the only procession of its sort outside Rome. Thirty statues of saints are brought out from storage and paraded around Old Goa's neighbouring villages.
Feast of Our Lady of Miracles (Apr; Mapusa) A Hindu and Christian feast day held 16 days after Easter.
Beach Bonanza (May; Calangute, Colva & Miramar) Several food and entertainment festivals, known as 'Beach Bonanzas', are held at various beach towns.
Igitun Chalne (May; Bicholim) Held at Sirigao Temple in Bicholim province, this fire-walking festival is one of Goa's most distinctive events. The high point is when devotees of the goddess Lairaya walk across burning coals to prove their devotion.
Feast of St Anthony (13 Jun; statewide) It is said that if the monsoon has not arrived by the time of this feast day, a statue of the saint should be lowered into the family well to hasten the arrival of the rain.
Feast of St John (24 Jun; statewide) A thanksgiving for the arrival of the monsoon.
Feast of St Peter & St Paul (29 Jun; statewide) Another monsoon celebration, this time by the fishing community, particularly in the region of Bardez, between Panaji and Mapusa. Dance, drama and music performances are held on makeshift stages floating on the river.
Feast of St Lawrence (Aug; statewide) The end of the monsoon is marked by this festival, as well as the reopening of the Mandovi to river traffic.
Fama de Menino Jesus (2nd Mon in Oct; Colva) Colva's biggest feast day, this festival is when the Menino Jesus (a statue of the infant Jesus said to perform miracles) is paraded.
Goa Heritage Festival (Nov; Panaji) A two-day cultural event held at Campal, featuring music, dancing and traditional food.
Tiatr Festival (Nov; Panaji) Another drama-arts programme held as a competition at the Kala Academy.
Konkani Drama Festival (Nov/Dec; Panaji) A programme of Konkani music, dance and theatre held at the Kala Academy – it's a competition, with prizes awarded to the best performing group at the end.
Feast of St Francis Xavier (3 Dec; Old Goa) Old Goa's biggest bash, this feast is preceded by a 10-day Novena. There are lots of festivities and huge crowds during this period, especially for the Exposition of St Francis Xavier's body, which is held once every 10 years.
Feast of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception (8 Dec; Margao & Panaji) A large fair and a church service is held at the Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception in Panaji. Around the same time, Margao celebrates with a large fair.

How to reach Goa -


Air: Goa has an international airport at Dabolim, 30 km from the capital, Panaji. Several overseas charter companies as well as most domestic airlines have flights to Dabolim. The regular domestic connections are from Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Kochi and Chennai. From the airport to your hotel or to any of the towns, catch a cab, a metered taxi, city buses or airline coach to their city offices.
Rail: The two main railway stations are Margao (Madgaon) and Vasco da Gama. Rail travel to Goa from most parts of India is now vastly improved with the commissioning of the Konkan Railway, the linking of Mumbai and Mangalore along the coast, as well as conversion of the track from metre to broad gauge. The major connections are to Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Rajkot and Thiruvananthapuram. From other places in the north, east and southeast you can travel to Londa Junction and then transfer to a connecting train to Margao/Vasco da Gama.
Road: Most people prefer to travel to Goa by road. Renting a car and being independent is really the best thing, but the buses are pretty good too. Bus connections are available to Mumbai, Bangalore, Mangalore, Mysore, Pune, and other important tourist destinations in the region, operated by the Goa, Karnataka and Maharashtra Road Transport Corporations and some private operators. Air-conditioned bus services are also available on some of the routes.

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