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The captivating Indian beach city can be reached with various airlines flying out from all the main airports of the UK. Now save your money with new promotional offers, discounts on airline tickets, cheap car hire and various travel extras. Be escorted in a cab from the Goa International Airport (GOI) to your choicest hotel or destination. Search our website and avail the best prices and cheap hotels in Goa.

In Goa, summers dwell from March to May with hot and humid climate. Between June and September torrential rains and strong winds envelop the city. The best time to visit Goa is during the winter season from November to March when the climate is perfect and extremely pleasant.

Goa is for everyone! Be it adventurers, wildlife lovers, historians and crazy foodies - Goa is bundle of unforgettable memories. Fun lurks in the sea, on the sand and even on the land. The long stretch of sandy coastline is highly renowned for its captivating beaches. Leisure out at the various luxury resorts and huts, and as darkness falls, drown in the parties till dawn. If you crave for water sports, head to Baga and try hanging out with hippies at Arambol.

Do take out time to turn your eyes away from the beaches as Goa isn’t all about beaches. The mystifying mountains of Western Ghats are home to amazing species of birds and animals. The Portuguese have left something for you; they are the imposing churches and artistic cathedrals which are amongst the largest in Asia.

The spice plantation around Ponda is another strong point that is admired by many. The sultry climate of Goa and the dense forest makes it an idyllic place to cultivate spices.

Goan cuisine is a terrific blend of various influences that has come down the centuries. The staple food is fish, even to the various religious communities. On other grounds, there is a vast difference in the type of dish consumed in these two communities. The Christian cuisine has been influenced not only by the Portuguese, but also by international settlements.

Canjade galinha, arroz doce are the main Goan recipes that go well together. One is a type of chicken broth with rice and chicken pieces, while the other is an adaptation of kheer (sweetened rice). Mango with Pineapple Sasam, Goan curried fish stew, Prawn cutlets; beef sukka can really make your mouth water. The list is endless; allow it to be on your plates in real.

Plantain Leaf, Greenland Bar, Martin's Corner, LaPlage, Vihar Restaurant and Blue Whale are the paramount restaurants that pull you in, when the aroma goes out.

Goa might be the smallest state in India but a major chunk of tourism has tagged this beach beauty with different names such as 'Pearl of the Orient' and 'Rome of East'. To describe Goa, is like describing Las Vegas in all its wild splendor, beauty and charm. Goan people welcome each of its tourist with open arms into the land of sun, sand, temples, churches, forts and of course, beaches.

Primarily, it’s the sun and sand that have always ruled and added to the lush green fields, boosting several adventure activities that can leave you speechless.

Beside the vibrant markets, Goa has several stores worth hunting. The stylish boutique featuring comfortable fashion items are hot sellers. The Leela Art Palace and Subodh Kerkar Art Gallery showcases contemporary art including hand-painted chests, ceramics and Rajasthani sculptures.

Sangolda is the famous lifestyle boutique where you can shop for home accessories and furniture that are designed and transported even from North India. If you are a lover of design, make an effort to visit Monsoon Heritage to admire the best of handcrafted wooden work.

Soto Decor, Happily Unmarried, Edward Pinto and Ingo's Saturday Nite Bazaar are true shopping dens, especially if you crave for good shoes, designer apparels and humorous knick-knacks.


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