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State : Goa

Goa a state in India's West region, Capital: Panaji

Best time to Travel : October to March.

Weather Conditions : Rainfall July To End September (26 inches)

Winter : Late November To Mid-February (Min. 3 C - Max. 11 C) .

Summer : Mid-March To End Of June (Min. 25 C - Max. 45 C) .

Speciality : From wines to cashew-nuts, enchanting local music to alternative books and handicrafts,. Goa's handicrafts, carved furniture, brassware, crochet, lacquerware toys, hand-painted ceramics. feasts are a special feature of the Goa celebration
where a palakhi or palanquin procession is carried out and thousands of people participate in it. Shigmo festival, Kalas utsav, Novidade, Jatra of Shri Shanta Durga, Bonderam festival and the Goa Carnival. Locales are involved in all the festivals but the festivals that attract tourists as well, are Christmas and New Year.

Places of Interest : Beaches, Churches, and temples, forts mosques, Old Ruins, Flea Markets and the Cuisine, Weekly fair on Friday, is held at the modem streamlined market, attended by large crowds Mormugao Harbour, Mapusa,Panaji,Margao,Vasco-da-Gama,Pilar.

Beaches in Goa : Anjuna Beach, Arambol Beach, Palolem Beach, Patnem Beach, Vagator Beach, Morjim and Asvem, Mandrem Beach, Candolim and Sinquerim, Colva Beach, Calangute Beach, Baga Beach family beach, Chapora.

Location : By Air- Goa has one airport at Dabolim in Vasco. Some airlines fly directly to Goa, but most international flights arrive via Mumbai.
By Train- The destination station is usually Madgaon in South Goa.
By Bus- bus routes from various cities, but most traffic is from mainly Bombay and Pune, but with increasing demand from the south, there has been an increase in buses and trains from Mangalore,Bangalore and New Delhi. Overnight buses from Mumbai to Goa are one alternative to trains and flying.
By ferry- Occasional cruise services ply from Mumbai to Goa.

Food : Rice and fish curry along with pickles and fried fish. This can be found on many of the beach shacks. The Goan cuisine is a blend of Portuguese and local flavours. Many dishes such as prawn balchao and Kingfish in Garlic have distinct Portuguese flavour. Dishes such as Vindaloo and Xacuti (pronounced Cha'cuti) will be familiar from Indian restaurant menus, and are originally Goan dishes. There are two local alcoholic brews long made and drunk in Goa -- cashew feni and coconut feni. One comes from the cashew apple, and the other from the sap of the coconut tree. Goa's feni-making has been much focussed on..

Languages : Konkani is the official language. Other languages include English, Hindi, Marathi, Portuguese and other regional dialects.

Activities :

Chill out at the discos and pubs

Checkout Anjuna flea market

Diving : The season is between mid October to mid May. Diving is not possible during the monsoons in India (June till mid October)

Kite surf

Para- sailing

Biking on coastline

Horse riding and lot more