Goa has always been one of the most popular tourist places in India. People travel from far and wide to this small state for its diverse mix of beaches, adrenaline activities, parties, nature, and history. One of the best ways to see all that Goa India has to offer is by hiring a motorbike or scooter, and exploring at leisure.

Goa is lively and modern, with many western style entertainments. Panaji, the capital, is an easy-going town with Portuguese styled cafes, whitewashed churches and overhanging balconies; a delight after your journey. Old Goa, east of Panaji, was once the capital of the eastern Portuguese Empire.

Tourist Attractions in Goa



Goa's long stretch of sandy coastline is renowned for its multitude of beaches. There's something on offer for everyone, from luxury resorts to makeshift huts, and trance parties to tranquility. The Goa India beach that's right for you will depend on the kind of experience you want to have. 

Old Goa


Once the magnificent Portuguese capital of Goa India, these days all that remains of Old Goa is a handful of imposing churches and cathedrals. They are amongst the largest in Asia though. Some of the buildings have now become archeological museums, and provide a fascinating display of Goa's history..

Wildlife Sanctuaries


Goa isn't just all about beaches and churches. The state's location along the mountainous Western Ghats is home to an array of birds and animals. Around 20% of Goa consists of wildlife sanctuaries. They're open all year round, although October to March are the best months to visit..

Other Tourist Attractions in Goa

  • Ancestral Goa Museum/Big Foot
  • Fort Aguada
  • Elephant Ride & Splash
  • Paraiso de Goa
  • Royal Chapel of St Anthony
  • Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary
  • Colva Beach

How to reach

By plane

Goa is well connected to India and has an extremely accessible air route. Goa also has flight schedules with almost all the major airline operators. All Goa flights - national and international, to and from Goa - operate from the Goa Airport at Dabolim near the port town of Vasco-da-Gama

By Railway

If you want to know how to go to Goa by Train, It starts from Mumbai, via Miraj and Pune, has a daily train and takes around 8-9 hours to reach. The rail route also has trains, which travel past Mumbai - in the north to several areas of India upto Delhi and in the south up to Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala

By Road

Goa is easily accessible by road as it is connected to all major towns in India by the National Highways Goa NH4A, NH 17 and NH17A. There are bus services operating between Goa and most towns and cities in the neighboring areas such as Mumbai, Pune, Belgaum, Hubli, Bangalore, Mangalore etc.


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