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Hot air Ballooning


A fantastic way to experience air balloon flight, and a great adventure that is not in the least bit physically demanding...
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Watersports activities in Goa


The Tilari River rafting tour provides great fun and adventure. One of the best rafting trips...
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Restaurants in Goa

Goa Cuisine

Goan food is considered incomplete without fish. Rice and fish-curry is the staple of most Goans.
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River Cruises in Goa


The boat cruises are a must for every tourist’s itinerary in Goa. Enjoyment guaranteed.
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Win at Casinos in Goa


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beach hotels in Goa


Calangute is the most popular beach with thousands thronging it in both the peak and off-season.
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Budget Hotel accommoation in Goa


Accommodation in Goa is plentiful with a variety of hotels, resorts and guest houses to suit best price for every budget.
Things to Do in Goa

Things to do

The ultimate guide from kid-friendly activities to outdoor fun, exploring, adventuring, and enjoying all there is to do in Goa.
Hotel packages and Discounts


Special offers, holiday packages with value deals. We guarantee a package that suits your budget at very affordable price.
Plan your wedding in Goa


Goa is one of the most romantic and unique destinations to tie the knot. Imagine your big day on white sands, at a historic place.


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  • 15th May - Holy Spirit Feast
    The feast of the Pentecost is celebrated at the Holy Spirit church at Margao, fifty days after Easter.

  • 24th June - Sao Joao
    Every monsoon the Sao Joao festival is celebrated with grandeur and gaiety. It is dedicated to St. John the Baptist.

  • Chikhal kalo
    ‘Chikhal Kalo’ or ‘Play in the mud’ symbolizes the games of Lord Krishna played in his childhood.

  • Events & Festivals 2016:
    Check out new list of Events and Festivals for 2016