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8 Things to do in Goa

Things to do in Goa
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Goa involves getting lost in the moment. You don’t know when the sun sets, and the stars shine while you party the night away. The bustling beaches and the positive attitude of the many visitors to Goa make you feel as if there is always something unique waiting to take place. Goa is always in a sensational state. A tropical oasis where day and night merge to create a never-ending cycle of rejuvenation and relaxation – it’s like a celebration that everyone has been invited to. 

But Goa is also about taking a break from the crowds and heading to cosy exotic cafes where you can spend the time you want with someone you love. It’s about getting away from time and being away from the chatter of everyone in the vicinity. In the simplest terms, Goa is both the peace and chaos.

Goa is best in the month of November to March, It is the perfect time to plan the ideal family holiday or friends holiday. This time of the season is the best time for a Goa tour. The minimum temperature is reduced to around 15 degrees Celsius, and the highest temperature in Goa from November to January is between 20deg Celsius and 25deg Celsius.

  •  Your Good Morning with dolphins

Make sandwiches, hire a boat from the beach, and sail out towards the ocean to enjoy a romantic breakfast for two in the early morning. Take your six-pack. You’re an adult, and who says you can’t enjoy a beer at breakfast? Take a closer look, and you’ll look for dolphins swimming around.

  •  Visit Tambdi surla temple

A 12th-century structure buried within the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary. It is a rare sight for tourists to visit this magnificent stone structure that is among the most ancient temples of Goa and is believed to be the only remaining instance of the Kadamba-Yadava architectural style in the state.

  • Quality time at Bogmalo beach

In keeping a balance of calm and bustle, Bogmalo beach invites adventure and relaxation lovers as well. Especially for the honeymooners who want to balance adventures, excellent eateries and good footfall should look at Bogmalo beach to be one of the most popular places to go in Goa for couples.

It is bordered by fishing communities and coconut trees, the two essential ingredients in traditional authentic Goan style food. The beach also has several handicraft stores which sell local products such as jewellery and other souvenirs.

  • Visiting beautiful church

Many do not like rave or disco parties or the usual romance events that Goa offers. For the older souls and those who are passionate lovers of art, Goa provides the most acceptable options, such as the churches. What could be more beautiful than receiving an offer from your loved one sitting in a church that is solely yours or reciting a prayer with your partner to wish you a prosperous and happy future? And here is a fact, Since it was the once Portuguese capital city, Old Goa is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

  • Natural Falls: Dudhsagar Falls

If you are a lover of adventure and the natural world, visiting this Dudhsagar Falls in Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary is an unforgettable experience. The place is known to be one of the top places for couples to visit, the waterfall with its milky-white waters and soothing sounds will cast an enchanting experience for you and your loved one.

  • Enjoy Jungle Safari

Find a leopard in the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary. It is located close to Molen, Goa, in the Western Ghats. I suggest just taking the day and then going back to your comfortable hotel. You can quickly drive there starting from South Goa. Is it possible to spot the king cobra or a boa and need to call your boyfriend to help you because you’re afraid? haha, Do you think that’s romantic?

  • Evening Boat Cruise in Mandovi River

If you are a newbie, an evening boat cruise is a fun way to spend your evening. The cruise begins from the Panaji Jetty in Mandovi River and goes to the point where it meets with the ocean. Mandovi River meets the sea close to Miramar beach.

In this one hour, the cruisers perform a variety of cultural shows that concentrate on the traditional dance styles associated with various traditions of Goa. In between the dance shows, they also have engaging dance classes to bring together couples and children. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime event that you should do when in Goa.

  • Chapora River

There are houseboats available for rent from various places, similar to how you could rent yachts. They’re identical to the famous boats from Alleppey, Kerala. I’ve seen friends who went out on the boat during the weekend. They had home-cooked Goan food and spent the night on the boat in a room with air conditioning. Breakfast was served early in the morning, just before sunrise!

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