Goa Holiday Packages

    About Goa

    Imagine endless beaches of shimmering sand, frothy spray and balmy, tropical weather. Imagine a vibrant kaleidoscope of Portuguese and Coastal Indian cultures, which tinges the local cuisine, language and way of life. Now, imagine Goa.Once a trading post for the Portuguese, who first set foot here in 1510, Goa still retains much of its Portuguese colonial past in its architecture and heritage. Over the years, Goa’s allure has continued to draw visitors from around the world, who now seek out its beaches, its New-Age spirituality and inclusive, laidback way of life. While there are those from whom Goa will always be synonymous with the all-night raves on Anjuna beach and the local flea markets where travellers would sell everything expect the clothes off their backs to extend their stay just a little longer, Goa is actually so much more.

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    Best Sellers For Goa

    Whether you’re an independent backpacker looking for an affordable getaway, a honeymooning couple eager to kindle the spark in your relationship, or a family seeking a quiet holiday away from the mayhem of everyday life, you will find just what you’re looking for in Goa. Browse through our attractively-priced Goa vacation packages, to find a deal that works the best with your budget and preferences.

    Goa Travel Guide

    Before you pack your bags for your next great Goan getaway, make sure to spend some time browsing through Musafir.com’s comprehensive Goa travel guide. From the most attractive destinations to the most buzzing shopping districts, we’ve done all the research to ensure you get the most from your holiday.

    Travel Guide Goa

    Best time to Visit

    As a coastal state, Goa can get quite hot and humid. The best time to visit is between the months of November and February when, in addition to the pleasant weather, you can also enjoy hobnobbing with tourists, participate in the Xmas and New Year’s celebrations or be a part of Goa’s famous Sunburn music festival. Goa’s pristine, emerald beauty shines through during the monsoon, which hits Goa from June to October. Prices are comparatively cheaper during these months, and you can also participate in the interesting local festival of Sao-Joao, which has men jumping into overflowing wells to retrieve bottles of the local liquor.

    How to reach Goa

    Goa is a well connected destination. You can travel by road or rail or you can even book an air ticket to Goa.

    Air: The nearest international airport is in Dabolim, nearly 29 km from Goa’s capital – Panaji.

    Road: Goa is connected to major cities in Maharastra and Karnataka via the national highways. Mumbai is approximately 610 km away, Pune is at a distance of 460 km and Bangalore is 560 km or 9 hours away.

    Rail:Goa’s major train stations – Madgaon and Vasco-da-Gama are located in Margao, and are well connected to Mumbai and other major stations across the country.

    Check out Goa holiday packages online and plan your vacation conveniently and economically.

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