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Goa may be India’s smallest state, but it has a big reputation for diverse attractions. Discover 30,000-year-old rock art, temples preserved since the fifth century, waterfalls and forests, rivers to cruise down, wildlife sanctuaries and plenty of beaches to relax on.
Stay in a beach hut right on the sand, laze in hammocks and enjoy the sunshine before joining one of Goa’s well-known all-night parties beneath the stars. Beach huts are plentiful but it’s best to do your research first as some huts have very basic facilities.
Arambol Beach is considered one of Goa’s most beautiful. Spend Wednesday exploring the bustling flea markets at Anjuna Beach. Visit the Sweet Water Lagoon near the shore at Kalacha Beach. Scenic Vagator Beach has curving headland and views of Chapora Fortress. Seek solitude at Benaulim Beach and take a dolphin-watching tour.
Explore more of the region’s natural beauty at national parks, which incorporate areas of the Western Ghats, a mountain range well known as a wildlife hot spot. Venture into the jungle and see the temples at Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary. Watch for Bengal tigers, panthers, barking deer, leopards and macaques. Get a close look at injured panthers and bears brought for rehabilitation to Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary’s zoo. Safari with the deer, or take a ride on an elephant’s back.
Goa’s history is just as well preserved as its wilderness. Visit a fifth-century temple devoted to the god Brahma, and note the influence of the Portuguese in the architecture of the Shanta Durga Temple complex. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Old Goa, the capital of Portuguese Goa for two centuries. In south Goa, prehistoric rock art depicting humans and animals give you a perspective on just how long human life has inhabited the area.
Fly into Goa’s Dabolim Airport and then rent a car to get around with ease. Most travellers visit Goa from October to January but consider coming in the monsoon season, from June to September, to see the countryside at its most lush.
Cleanliness, close to beach but not on beach, good staff, all kids amenities are paid excluding swimming pool,
Lovely property and rooms. Exceptional staff with high service quality. Druva at the village square was a standout in a team of exceptional staff.
everything was highly planned. Specially the location of property is excellent. we can live near the sea as much as possible.
The property is excellent, the upkeep of the rooms, amenities and all aspects is simply awesome. The direct access to beach is a big big bonus. and they have a beach restaurant too. Rooms are nice and so is gym, pool, kids play area and activity area. The pool hygiene needs to be maintained better ...
Excellent property. Chef service was excellent especially for my 2 yr old. Perfect place with small kids.
Its good only thing is fare bit high so they can include few more water bottles etc
It was so well maintained and so huge kids loved it due to its various facilities as well as we loved it It truly relaxes us