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Famous for its beaches, Goa is the most vibrant yet the smallest state of India. With a blend of Portuguese and Indian history, Goa’s unique story makes it a place much more than just beaches and parties. The place is divided distinctly into two regions: North Goa and South Goa. North is the place to be if you’re looking forward to a “happening” holiday with famous hippy beaches like Baga, Calangute, Anjuna. And South being the one, if you need a more leisure and relaxing respite from your hectic lifestyle, sharing shores of Colva, Palolem, and Galgibaga.
Be it whoever you are and wherever you come from, there is something for everyone in here. From luxury hotels and world-class fine dining restaurants to mellow yoga retreats, to cheap and cheerful beach huts and hippie markets, and to adventure sports to wild all-night beach parties.

General FAQs

Which is the best Casino in Goa?

Rated by many travelers, Deltin Royale is the most preferred casino and can be called as one of the best casinos in Goa.

Which places in Goa are a must visit?

Some places that are a must-visit during your stay in Goa include Calangute beach, Fort Aguada, Basilica of Bom Jesus Church, Baga Beach.

I'm above 18, am I allowed to consume alcohol in Goa?

No, as the legal drinking age in Goa is 25.

What is the rate of bike (or any non gear vehicle) on rent in Goa?

A nongear vehicle’s rent for a full day is between Rs.250 to Rs.350 and bike rent is between Rs.450 to Rs.600.

From where can I see sunset in Goa?

Sunset can be seen almost from every beach and from the Mandovi River.

Should I carry anything for medical purposes?

Though it’s not a compulsion, it is recommended to have a first aid kit with you for traveling purposes.

Is Goa safe for females?

Females need not worry much as it is a secure place to explore. Goa is completely safe for female travelers as people here are quite welcoming and hospitable.

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