With famous local cuisines in our food menu explore the beauty of nature offered by this city. An exquisite blend of ever changing weather and pleasant weather of this city will leave you wanting for more.
The city is primely positioned in the west coast of India. Goa depicts a massive variety of arts, culture, entertainment and outdoor attractions. Encompassing an area of 3,700 square kilometers Goa is home to two million people.
Despite being the smallest city the GDP is more than twice of the nation’s GDP. Goa has a unique history including 451 years of Portuguese occupation. Beginning from the early 1500s until the territory known as Portuguese India it was commanded by India in 1961. The city shows a fusion of two very different cultures. There is a collection of World Heritage architecture and peaceful places of worship that attracts both Hindu and Catholic pilgrims
The weather of Goa can become a little hot and a little wet at times. It is advised to plan your visit well in advance accordingly to coincide with the best times to travel in the area. From the middle of November through to the middle of February the temperature remains pleasant. Hotels in Goa are mainly popular from October to January and in May. Peaking in July, the monsoon season hits the city from June to August.
Goa has famous local food which is available in two types. The Goan cuisine includes more than one stop to tick off the must-taste dishes - Konkan Hindu and Goan Catholic. Konkan Hindu food features coconut and fish mainly, while Goan Catholic presents flavours with vinegar, pork and beef. Intense flavours and spices are widely used in both the cuisines.
Hotels in Goa are easily accessible through the public as well as private conveyance. With a range of options starting from budget friendly hotels to luxurious hotels, the city is famous among travelers. The pleasant weather of Goa attracts visitors from across the globe. To make your visit to Goa hassle free make your bookings with our hotels in Goa and have a relaxed vacation.
To the east of Panjim by 10 kilometres there is Old Goa near the Mandovi river. Another name of Old Goa is Velha Goa. Built in 15th century by Bijapur Sultanate. Roman Catholic influences are evident in Old Goa till today. With buildings like Se Cathedral, the Church of Saint Francis of Assisi and the Basilica of Bom Jesus, where the remains of Saint Francis Xavier can be found.