Goa Tourism  

College and an unsuccessful Goa plan have gone hand in hand for ages. Goa is a dream destination to many irrespective of their age groups. The white-sand beaches, delicious seafood, dazzling nightlife, and marvelous architecture have always lured vacationers. Goa is bliss for all of those who seek escape from their mundane life. The flamboyant city has white-washed churches, yellow houses with purple doors, and ochre-colored mansions. The city has a coastline of over 100 km and several beach communities with unique personas. It has been rated top in the best quality of life ranking by the National Commission on population based on the 12 indicators. Goa tourism has hiked since the ’60s after the arrival of Portuguese into the land and with this, the incoming tourist also grew. Whether you are looking for a premium Goa tour package or affordable tour packages, Paradise Yatra can offer you any according to your pockets. Your Goa tour package will be incomplete if don’t know the lookouts, here is the list of some must-see places to visit in Goa.

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Can I visit Goa in December?

Yes, you are welcome to visit Goa in December. Despite the cooler temperatures, it remains enjoyable with a range of 21°C to 32°C. Enjoy Christmas and the New Year in Goa during December.

Can I visit Goa in January?

Goa is open to visitors in January. At its southwest coast, Goa experiences moderate temperatures in January ranging between 19°C and 30°C. Having said that, you can easily plan a trip to Goa and enjoy its charming ambiance.

Is Goa open for tourists now?

Goa has reopened for tourists. Tourism can now be planned and booked in Goa in accordance with the new guidelines. The Goa government has started resuming tourism activities and has granted permission to hotels to operate under certain guidelines under Unlock 4.0.

Which Goa packages is the best for Family Trip?




Short Escape to Goa


Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing

4-Day Trip to Goa


Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing

North & South Goa Family Trip


Accommodation, Meals, Transfer , Sightseeing

Mumbai with Goa Tour


Accommodation, Meals, Transfer , Sightseeing

What are the rules and guidelines for tourists in Goa?

A tourist with symptoms must stay in quarantine until the test results are available.

 Guests must book their accommodations with a registered hotel.

 COVID-19 negative results issued by an ICMR-recognized lab no older than 48 hours prior to the arrival in Goa will allow passengers to proceed to the accommodations.

 The tourists will be required to submit to self-isolation while they await test results. The booked hotel will provide isolation facilities.

 Visitors showing symptoms upon arrival require a COVID-19 test on their own dime.

 Tourists are responsible for all costs associated with quarantine, testing, etc.

What are the top things to do in Goa?

As this place offers an array of top things to do in Goa, one is sure to have a lot of fun and entertainment. The following are given:

 Sport & Recreation in the Water

 Canyoning Experience

 Dolphin Ride

 Mandovi River Sunset Cruise

 Enjoy Goa Carnival

 Visit the casino.

 Attend a club and enjoy the nightlife.

 Party at the beach this summer

What are the best beaches in Goa for families?

Goa is a popular family holiday destination because of its white sandy beaches. In Goa, the best beaches for families are Calangute Beach, Baga Beach, Sinquerim Beach, Colva Beach, Dona Paula Beach, Morjim Beach, and Anjuna Beach.

Which are famous beaches to enjoy adventure activities in Goa?

Goa offers a lot of adventure and experiences to its visitors. Among its popular activities are snorkeling, scuba diving, windsurfing, kayaking, waterskiing, aqua zorbing, and many others. Goa has many beaches where adventure sports enthusiasts can enjoy: Calangute Beach, Sinquerim Beach, Colva Beach, Baga Beach, Anjuna Beach, Majorda Beach.

Which beaches are perfect for a family holiday in Goa?

In our opinion Goa is a great place for unwinding with your family and enjoying quality time with them. For couples in Goa, the best beaches include  Calangute Beach, Baga Beach, Sinquerim Beach, Agonda Beach, Colva  Beach, and Arambol Beach.

Which are the best places for enjoy New Year party in Goa?

New Year is the time when the entire state is jam-packed with tourists, where you can take part in crazy parties. There is no better place to celebrate New Year's than Goa. The best places for a New Year party in Goa are:

 Café Mambos, Baga

 Paulo Cruise

 Club Cubana, Arpora

 Hilltop, Vagator

 Shiva Valley, Anjuna

How many days are enough to visit Goa?

As far as the ideal duration for a Goa trip is concerned, that entirely depends on the places you wish to explore and the activities you desire. 5 to 10 days to explore Goa is the ideal period, depending on your itinerary and budget.

What is the best time to visit Goa?

A good time to visit Goa is from October to March. A pleasant climate is experienced during the month of June in this region. Holidays in Goa tend to fall in winter, when the beaches are sunbathed on and tourists can enjoy the winter season.

Which places are best to enjoy the nightlife in Goa?

Approximately 80% of those visiting Goa come for the party. In Goa, you can enjoy a lively nightlife

 There are four beaches on the island: Baga beach, Calangute beach, Anjuna beach (Flea market), and  Arambol beach.

 The local pubs are Tito's Lane, Curlies' Beach Shack, Club Cabana, Silent Noise  Club, LPK Waterfront, SInQ, etc.


 River Cruise at Sunset

How can I hire a car to explore Goa and what would it cost?

The number of companies offering car rentals in Goa is quite large. There is an option to book a car in advance or you can ask your hotel staff for it. There are different car types and the price can range from INR 1000 up to INR 4000 or even more per day, depending on the type of car. Price negotiations can be conducted on the basis of demand and tourist season. A security deposit of INR 2000 to INR 5000 is also required for self-driven cars.

Which are the non-crowded places in Goa?

If you are searching for less crowded places in Goa, then visit:

 Beaches near Tiracol Fort, like those at Keri or Querim

 Patnem, north of Palolem

 Cola Beach near Agoda

 Betul Beach near Margao

 Gajlibag below Patnem

Which are the best places for New Year celebrations?

Some of the best places to celebrate New Year in Goa are Curlies, Thalassa, Silent Noise Club, SinQ, Tito's, Cafe Mojo, Big Daddy Casino, and Casino Strike.

How do I hire a bike in Goa?

Bicycle rental shops are everywhere in Goa. A hotel can direct you to the nearest bike rental company that offers bikes for rent. In addition, they can be found near railway and bus stations.

Which beaches are famous for nightlife?

Head to Anjuna Beach, Vagator Beach, Ashwem Beach, Arambol Beach, Baga Beach, Candolim Beach, and Palolem Beach for a night of partying in Goa.

Which part of Goa is best for adventure activities?

North Goa is the best place for parasailing,  banana rides, paragliding, kayaking, and scuba diving.

Which beach shacks are good for staying in Goa?

As for the best beach shacks to stay at, here are a few suggestions:

 Dwarka Eco Beach Resort, Cola

 Yab Yum Resort, Ashwem

 Beach Street Resort, Mandrem

 Little India Beach Cottages, Baga

 Turtle Hill, Patnem

Where should I stay in Goa when I am traveling with my family?

You'll find many kid-friendly hotels in Goa. Children will enjoy the fun and entertainment offered by these hotels.

 Seashell Suites and Villas, Candolim

 Vivanta Goa, Panaji

 Grand Hyatt Goa, Bambolim

 Alila Diwa Goa, Majorda

 Beleza By the Beach, Colva

Which time is affordable and best to enjoy Goa?

March to May is off-season in Goa, and there are fewer tourists. Your Goa trip will be budget-friendly, not just the hotel, but the bike and car rentals as well. A visit to Goa will allow you to see popular attractions, go on a trek, and enjoy the tranquility.

Planning a vacation to Goa for 4 days and 3 nights. What things should I do?

There is much to do in Goa, including beaches, ancient churches, thriving nightlife, Portuguese neighborhoods, museums, and wildlife preserves. Visit Goa in four days and three nights

 Explore the beaches of North Goa - Baga, Calangute, Anjuna, Vagator

 See Old Goa and the temples - Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se  Sanctuary

 Swim with dolphins, go to a casino, or see dolphins

 A big hit with beach lovers, South Goa's beaches - Colva, Palolem, Agonda - are absolutely gorgeous

Which area is better to stay in, North Goa or South Goa?

North Goa is home to affordable hotels, resorts, and beach shacks with beautiful views. But if you want luxury and peace, South Goa is the place for you.

What is the best place to stay in Goa for a 3-4 days trip?

When you are visiting Goa with your family, friends, or someone you care about, you should book accommodations as soon as possible.These are some of the places you can stay.

Beaches - Cavelossim, Mobor

Water Sports and Nightlife - Baga

Outdoor Activities - Calangute, Candolim

Sightseeing - Panaji

History - Old Goa

Families - Cavelossim

Yoga and Spirituality - Anjuna, Vagator, Palolem

Which part of Goa is good to visit: North or South?

South Goa is peaceful whereas North Goa is hip and happening. There is a calm atmosphere and cleaner beaches in South Goa. The beaches of North Goa like Baga and Calangute are always busy with travelers if you like crowds.

What are some tips to know before planning a trip to Goa?

Listed below are some important tips you should know before you travel to Goa:

You must respect Goan holy sites and culture

You may keep important documents in the lockers at the hotel. Carry attested  copies when traveling.

Carry small amounts of cash. Rather than carrying cash, use plastic.

Make sure you are aware of any photography restrictions.

You can wear whatever you want, but nudity is not allowed.

Don't take drugs or anything, you'll be penalized.

You must carry your license when renting a vehicle.

Goa's shopping markets are great places to shop for great deals.

Pay attention to the people you talk to, especially women.