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Where should you Goa next?

And the correct answer is Goa. It’s almost like two holidays in one. One part Indian, the other Portuguese. How can you go wrong, especially nowadays in our enlightened times? History is everywhere in India and in Portugal, so what a treat it will be to say you’ve been on continents in one day.

And this post goes even further (no pun intended) in that you’ll make your way to Goa by train. It’s the real experience that so many European adventurers used when they found out about the joys and the freedoms of Goa in the 1960’s and 1970’s. And, to be sure, the Indian people are still as much a joy to be with as they were all of those years ago. Fun, quixotic, warm and laugh-out-loud enjoyable, you’ll love the people of Goa.

Goa is famous for its pristine beaches such as Baga, Anjuna, Calangute, and Palolem. Spend time lounging on the sandy shores, soaking up the sun, and enjoying water sports like parasailing, jet-skiing, and banana boat rides.

But if something more relaxing is your thing, explore Old Goa: Visit the historic area of Old Goa, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to witness the magnificent churches and cathedrals from the colonial era, including Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se Cathedral. If you’re a photobug, explore the historic forts scattered across Goa, such as Aguada Fort, Chapora Fort, and Terekhol Fort. These offer stunning views of the coastline and are perfect for photography.

Take a 1 Day North Goa Tour. In this tour package we provide you facility of cab for you local North Goa one day tour. This includes fee pick up, drop and sightseeing tour. Click here. What fun!

Stay at the Luxe TATA Rio De Goa – Resort style apt,6 KM from Airport. Click here to book.

Of course Qatar fly to India. Click here to book your flights.

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