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Goa

Goa known as Pearl of the Orient and a Tourist Paradise, Goa is India's smallest state of India by area and the fourth smallest by population and it has the highest proportion of urban population. It is a tiny emerald land on the west coast known as Konkan, while the Arabian Sea forms its coastal line.

Goa features a tropical monsoon climate.

Goa is India's richest state with a GDP per capita of two and a half times that of the rest of India as a whole. Goa has emerged as one of the most developed States in India and even achieved the ranking of one of the best states in India with regards to investment environment and infrastructure. Goa was formally a Portuguese province and it still exhibits the cultural influence of the Portuguese.

Tourism is Goa's primary industry, toured by large numbers of international and domestic tourists annually. It is know for its beaches and sunshine, magnificent scenic beauty, splendours places of worship, world heritage architecture and hotspot of bio-diversified plants and animals life on the Western Ghats. Goa has a coastline of 101 km. Some of the oldest rocks in India are found in Goa. A specimen of the rock is exhibited in the Goa University. Goa is also notable for its low alcohol and spirits prices compared to rest of India. Besides the natural beauty, tourist to Goa love the peaceful, warm, laid-back and friendly nature of the Goan people. More than anywhere else, this is the place where people really know how to relax.

Love of tourist the Beaches: Agonda Beach, Aguada Beach, Anjuna Beach, Arambol Beach, Ashwem Beach, Baga Beach, Baina Beach, Benaulim Beach, Betalbatim Beach, Betul Beach, Bogmalo Beach, Butterfly Beach, Calangute Beach, Canaguinim Beach, Candolim Beach, Cansaulim Beach, Caranzalem Beach, Carmona Beach, Cavelossim Beach, Chapora Beach, Coco Beach, Cola Beach, Colom Beach, Colva Beach, Dona Paula Beach, Galgibag Beach, Hansa Beach, Hollant Beach, Keri Beach, Majorda Beach, Mandrem Beach, Miramar Beach, Mobor Beach, Morjim Beach, Palolem Beach, Patnem Beach, Polem Beach, Quegdevelim Beach, Rajbag Beach, Sinquerim Beach, Siridao Beach, Talpona Beach, Uttorda Beach, Vagator Beach, Vainguinim Beach, Varca Beach, Velsao Beach

Waterfalls / Springs: Dudhsagar Waterfall, Harvalem (Arvalem) Waterfall, Kuskem Waterfall, Devcharacho kond, Mayem Lake, Carambolim Lake, Amthane Dam, Anjunem Dam, Chapoli Dam, Selaulim Dam, Boca De Vaca Spring, Kesarval Spring

Water Park: Splashdown Waterpark

Wildlife Sanctuary: Madei Wildlife Sanctuary, Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary

Religious Places: The Church of St. Paul,Church of Our Lady of Rosary, Church of St Francis Xavier, Basilica of Bom Jesus, the Se Cathedral, the Church of St Cajetan, the Augustine Church of Our Lady of Grace, the Rachol Seminary, the Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, the Church of St Francis of Assisi, The Church of Holy Spirit, the Church of St Anne, The Church of Our Lady of Compassion, the Church of St. Stephen's, the Church of St Alex, the Church of Our Lady of Rosary, the Church of Nossa Senhora, The Reis Magos Church, Church of Divine Providence, Pandava Caves, Anant Narsinha Temple, Devkikrishna Temple, Mahalsa Temple, Mahalaxmi Temple, Mallikarjun Temple, Manguesh Temple, Naguesh Temple, Ramnath Temple, Rudreshwar Temple, Saptakoteshwar Temple, Mahadeva Temple, Safa Masjid, Namazgah Masjid.

Aquarium: Abyss Marine Aquarium

Heritage Monuments & Structures: The Gate of the Adil Shah's Palace, Aguada Fort, Cabo da Rama Fort, Chapora Fort, Rachol fort,, Reis Magos Fort, Terekhol Fort, Cabo Fort (Raj Bhavan), Corjuem Fort, Nanus Fort, Fortress of Colvale, Alorna Fort The Statue Of Abbe Faria, Viceroy's Arch, Azad Maidan, Budbudyanchi Tali, Cabo De Rama.

Caves: Arvalem Caves, Lamgau Caves, Rivona Caves, Usgalimal Rock Carvings.

Islands: Chorao Island, Divar Island, Pequeno / Bat Island, San Jacinto Island.

Museums: Ancestral Goa Museum, Goa State Museum, Naval Aviation Museum, Vintage Car Museum, Wax Museum, Spice Plantations.

Bridges: Banastari Bridge, Panjim Bridge, Patto Bridge, Siolim Bridge, Zuari bridge.

Goa is known for its lively beach parties in the night till early hours of the morning. There are many hot and happening night life place to choice from in Goa compared to other cities of India.

Goa has many shows of films, drama and performing art conducted in numerous theaters and multiplexes through out the city.

Throughout Goa there are plenty of places for shopper's delight with bargain buys, exclusive boutiques, ethnic markets, open air markets, mini bazaars and many Malls.

Goa cuisine: It has significant influence of Portuguese and Hindu and Muslim. Goa cuisine is often considered to be spicy and flavorsome. The cuisine of Goa can mainly be divided into two categories; Goan Hindu Cuisine and Goan Catholic Cuisine.

The stable food of Goa includes fish, rice and coconut. Coconut milk is a very important ingredient of Goan dishes. Kokum, red chilies, tamarind, a special kind of vinegar and chutneys are also used. .

Goa cuisine is known for its variety mouthwatering Seafood, beef to chicken, sausages to prawns, it is mainly dominated by non vegetarian dishes. There are variety of restaurants dotting this state who serves the numerous dishes of seafood. .

There are a number of popular dishes are Ambot-Tik, Prawn Balchao, Fish Recheado, Sorpotel, Chicken Cafreal, Chouricos, Bebinca. .

Goa produces an exclusive spirit product know as Feni, it is classified as a 'country liquor' and is therefore not allowed to be sold outside the state. There are two types of Feni; cashew feni and coconut FENI, depending on the ingredient use to make it. It has delicate aromatics, congeners and flavour elements of the juice from which it is made. Feni can be served neat or consumed on the ice, and can be mixed in classic cocktails or with juices. It can be served with a slice of lime, and sometimes with sugar or sugar syrup. .

Goa has best of International hotel chains and budget hotels to choose your accommodation from.

Goa’s local transport is widespread one can choose from railway, buses, auto-rickshaws, Taxis, water-way services like launches and flat-bottom ferries and Motorcycle and Motorcycle Taxi service are unique to the state, as far as it concerned one can either hire a two-wheeler and drive it on his/her own, or can just have a joyride as a pillion rider.