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Goa is known for its otherworldly landscape,  beaches, outstanding monuments and churches and bustling Goa nightlife. Goa is one of India’s most visited tourist places, especially on weekends, as it is not very far from Mumbai and has Panaji as its capital and Vasco da Gama as the largest city. It allures many travellers from all over the world. There are various places to visit & attraction points, making the Goa travel information and tourism guide incredibly rich with Goa Map & Images. In this amazing beach town, you find several options for cheap Goa hotel packages and luxury accommodation with a large range of Goa hotels and resorts.

Goa, the smallest Indian state and a much-loved tourist place of India, is situated in the coastal Konkan region. Beaches in Goa are the best part, where you can refresh yourself. The major beauty in town is religious places like temples and churches.

Despite average weather in Goa, the monsoon takes as many as five months, from June to September. Due to being located in the coastal Konkan region and the vicinity of Western Ghats, Goa is blessed with pleasant and sunny weather. The state faces no temperature extremes and clear boundaries between two seasons, except in the monsoon.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit the beautiful town is between October to March when monsoons cross. The sky looks blue with moving white clouds when the sea is silent, enclosed by golden sands. The low and pleasant temperature makes your stay more enjoyable and memorable.



It is the capital of Goa; Panjim is home to the administrative headquarters of the North Goa District. The town is adorned with a range of beaches, churches and cathedrals. The Carnival celebration that takes place in town in February invites many travellers.



The Dona Paula Beach is also famous in Goa which a wide variety of travellers visit. The famous beach is the best place to enjoy a Goa vacation with adventurous sports activities like water-skiing, boat riding, swimming and many more. Moreover, you can also take home a great sunbathing experience at Dona Paula Beach. Honeymooners can enjoy a great time by watching together along with the beach.


Fort Aguada is a 17th-century fort that still stands on the Goan landmass. It overlooks the Arabian Sea, originally built to guard the Marathas and used as a reference point for European vessels.


Colva Beach is one of the best places to wash out city blues and get saturated in the most colourful hues. It is a famous beach in the Margao region of Goa that is visited by many travellers mesmerized by the beauty of this splendid beach.


Benaulim Beach is a famous beach known for -fishing activities. The beach is the best place to splash out in water sports activities and also enjoy sunbathing.


Sri Devaki Krishna is located in Marcel Village, Ponda Taluka. It was made in honour of Lord Krishna and his mother Devaki; the temple is one of its kings and is thus visited by many devotees and travellers. Some other deities worshipped here are Laxmi Ravalnath, Chodaneshwar, Bhumika Devi, Mallinath, Katyayani etc.


Sri Kamakshi Temple Goa Shri was erected in the 16th century and is situated at Shiroda. The temple was made in honour of Devi Kamakshi. Shree Shantadurga, Shree Rayeshwar and Shree Laxmi Narayana are other shrines in the holy temple complex.