Goa

Holiday Guide to Goa – All Inclusive

Quick Details

  • Flight time: Approx 9.15 hours from UK
  • Time difference: = 4.30 hours ahead of GB
  • Language: Konkani
  • Currency: Indian Rupee

At a Glance

  • Spend your day swinging on a hammock
  • Super climate and a friendly welcome
  • Fantastic water sports
  • Great food with tropical sunshine

Cheap all inclusive in Goa holidays in India offer tourists the opportunity to discover India’s tropical western coast region at an affordable budget. Goa holidays can be as delightfully relaxed or as activity-packed as your heart wants. Life is without stress in this Indian state destination and tourists should feel happy spending their days swinging on a hammock on the beach side under the lavish palm trees. Holidays in Goa is in an exotic destination and is an exceptional holiday experience.

It comes with an exotic mix of Indian and Portuguese influence, this means that All Inclusive Goa is a spot that is not used to standing still. In light of its excellent surroundings, magnificent climate and a friendly environment that tourists love to visit every time. Goa is located in the western region of India and commands astounding views of the surrounding seascape, as well as an atmosphere that is reliably, yet not oppressively, hot.

Goa features the most delightful view and coastline. With the Arabian Sea in the west and the western region of Ghat Mountains in the south, Goa is a small, undiscovered paradise. It features more than sixty miles of wonderful sandy beaches, extraordinary water sports, great food, and a lot of tropical sunshine. All inclusive Goa holidays is a great destination for any break.

Beaches in Goa

Goa destination is blessed with a lot of beaches spotting its coastline. Some beaches have an expanse of white sands and others rough shorelines. There are 55 beautiful beaches in Goa including popular beaches like Vagator beach, Baga beach, Calangute beach, Colva beach, Dona Paula beach, Palolem beach, Arambol beach and Majorda beach.

Suitable for

All inclusive holidays in Goa are in tropical havens, perfect for couples in search of luxury packages and who need to douse some sunshine in peaceful surroundings. Whether you are a honeymooner or just a couple visiting to enjoy the endless India delights; or you are searching for a rare trip to the most beautiful and dynamic country in Asia,an all inclusive package for one of our Goa luxurious holidays are sure to please.

Holiday activities

Other natural attractions in Goa are the fabulous Dudhsagar Falls that is commonly known as the sea of milk. Also, the Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary is where tourists can get an extraordinary view of local wildlife.

The beaches in Goa are ideal for water sports, where tourists can have a go at something new.

Visit the weekly flea market in Anjuna. Tourists will find a lot of hidden treasures among the tacky knick-knacks.

Goa is a bird watcher’s heaven and is brimming with fascinating and beautiful feathered creatures flying around, tweeting a tune or two.

A day trip could find tourists admiring the splendid architectural cathedrals, temples, and churches in the capital, Panjim. Go for a boat ride over the Sal River to get a look at a bluenose dolphin or bargain in the market for local hand painted pottery and crafts.

Visit the Sahakari Spice farm, which is a spice plantation for a genuine taste of India. In Goa, tourists can witness how India’s reputable spice are made and afterwards can take an elephant ride as well as elephant shower in the river.

Goa food

Goa food is influenced by Portuguese and Indian flavours and fish is exceptionally mainstream with lobsters and tiger prawns and a wide range of curries to sample as well. The local red wine is a well-known drink that goes with many dishes. Konkani is a well-known dish. Rice and fish curry are parts of the Indian food culture.

Nightlife in Goa

IFor many years, tourists have been travelling to Goa for its dynamic clubs, addictive beach parties, and interesting live music scene. Tourists have wound up returning to Goa every year, as they fall in love with this destination’s spiritual approach to partying! It is non-stop fun.

The best time to go

The Indian locale of Goa enjoys 365 days of sun. The driest months are in winter and the late spring is the wet season yet the average temperatures remain tolerably hot throughout the year.

Goa hotels

From eco lodges to clamouring hiker hideaways and resorts, Goa provides for all budgets and preferences. Not all holiday accommodations stay open year round, so confirm before you travel. Tourists to Goa more often than not travel to one of the five all inclusive resorts including Palolem, Anjuna, Baga beach, Calangute beach or Colvo.

If you are on a budget, there are holiday villas. Many luxury hotels feature five stars resort, kids’ club, and restaurant. Located in the midst of rice plantations, tourists will find a complimentary transport to any nearby beach. If you are searching for a great spot far from the beach, there is an accommodation for you and it will be located on a hill, with breathtaking sea views.

Goa Weather

April 84°F
May 86°F
June 84°F
July 82°F
Aug 82°F
Sept 84°F
Oct 84°F

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