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Why Famous
  • Goa is famous for its splendid beauty.
  • It is also a shopper\'s paradise with a vast wealth of indigenous artifacts.
  • During its halcyon days, Old Goa became famous as the \"Lisbon of the East.
  • Mangueshi Temple Goa Contrary to popular perception.
  • Goa is home to some of the most famous temples of Hindus.
  • Goa is also famous for its casinos.


Facts Destination
  • Goa is situated between the borders of Maharashtra and Karnataka, is one of the major destinations for tourists to India.
  • Panaji is the state\'s capital, while Vasco da Gama is the largest city.
  • Goa is visited by large numbers of international and domestic tourists each year.
  • The Mormugao harbor on the mouth of the river Zuari is one of the best natural harbors in South Asia.
Area Info
  • Goa is india\'s smallest state by area.
  • The state spans 3,702 sq km.
  • Goa has 44 towns and 360 villages.
Why Visit
  • The first live-game floating casino in India is located on board the MS Caravela.      
  • The Mormugao harbor on the mouth of the river Zuari is one of the best natural harbors in South Asia.


Best Time
  • October and February.
How to reach
  • By Air.
  • By Roads.
  • By Air.
  • By water.
  • Goa\'s sole airport, the Dabolim Airport, is both a military and civilian airport catering to domestic and international airlines that stop en route to other Indian destinations.
  • Goa receives international flights from Dubai, Sharjah and Kuwait in the Middle East and from the United Kingdom, Germany and Russia during the charter flight tourist season.
  • Goa\'s public transport largely consists of privately operated buses linking the major towns to rural areas.
  • public transport in Goa is less developed, and residents depend heavily on their own transport, usually motorised two-wheelers.
  • Hired forms of transport include unmetered taxis, and, in urban areas, auto rickshaws.
  • Goa has two rail lines— one run by the South Western Railway and the other by the Konkan Railway.
  • River crossings in Goa are serviced by flat-bottomed ferry boats, operated by the river navigation departments.
  • The month of may is the hottest, seeing day temperatures of over 35 °c (95 °f) coupled with high humidity, so avoid to visit goa in may.
  • Ganesh chaturthi, shigmo, feast of st. xavier, feast of three kings.
  • The tableau of goa showcases religious harmony by focusing on the deepastambha.
  • Mando and dulpod are traditional goan musical forms in goa.
  • Rice with fish curry (xit kodi in konkani) is the staple diet in goa.