Goa Mania

Goa Bonanza

Goa is the smallest state in India. And one of the biggest and one of the favorite tourist destination for millions across the globe. Bordered by the Arabian Sea on its west, Goa is blessed in terms of topographical beauty. The state of Goa is divided into two districts North Gao and South Goa its neighboring states Maharastra and Karnataka. Enjoy the Goa Mania with My Nomadsafari Holidays.

Goa is located in the South Western part of India. It is the smallest state in India Since Goa lay in the tropical zone and is also bordered by the Arabian Sea on the West It was in 1962 that Goa attained freedom from the Portuguese and in 1987 it was pronounced an independent state in India.

How to Reach

To visit Goa there are daily flights, to and fro, from many cities including New Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai, and Cochin. Goa also has regular train services and frequent buses from Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Mangalore and other cities.

Best Time To Visit Goa
The best time to visit this land of enchanting beaches is November to February. Monsoon is not a good time to visit Goa as high tide prevails in the sea and shacks remain closed. Although monsoon season can be quite a treat for those who enjoy peace and rain.

List of famous Goa Mania Beachs

NORTH POPULAR BEACH ANJUNA ,BAGA, CALANGUTE,CANDOLIM & MIRNAMNAR

OTHER NORTH BEACHES : ARAMBOL,VAGATOR,AGUADAS,INQUERIM,DAUNAPAULA,VAINGUINIM,SIRIDIO,
MANDREM,MORGIM

SOUTH POPULAR BEACHES: AGOANDA BEACH, BOGMALA BEACH, MAJORDA BEACH, COLVA BEACH, VARCA BEACH

OTHER SOUTH BEACHES : CAVELOSSIM BEACH,MABOR BEACH,BETUL BEACH,CANAGUINIM BEACH, PATOLAM BEACH,TALPONA BEACH,VELSAO BEACH,BETALBATIM BEACH,BENALUIM BEACH.

Goa Candolim Beach Goa Anjuna Beach Goa Baga Beach

Candolim Beach: Located 14 km north of Panaji Goa, the Candolim Beach is a part of a long extension of beach coastline along the Arabian Sea that begins at Fort Aguada and ends at Chapora Beach.This place is also famous as it is the birthplace of Abba Faria,

Miramar Beach: is situated 1 kilometer ahead of the confluence of Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea. It is situated on the way towards Dona Paula, about 3 kilometers from Panjim, the capital city of Goa. MiramarBeach of Goa is also known as 'Gasper Dias'. It is a golden beach fringed with palm trees. The soft sands of the beach make it the best site for evening walks.

Baga Beach: A paradise of scenic charm, is famous for its mesmerizing beaches all over the world. With glistening sands, sky-high coconut trees, majestic sea waves and delectable seafood, yet as we think of Goa the first name that comes to the mind is the super-adventurous Baga Beach. Baga is very popular for nightlife...shacks and good restaurants for romantic candle light dinner.

Majorda Beach: is situated in the southern part of Bogmola. It is one of the marvelous beaches in Goa that is located about 18 kilometers from Dabolim Airport. Marjorda Beach in Goa is connected to Margao with an excellent network of roadways, including buses, auto rickshaws, and taxis. It is one of the most popular beaches of Goa. It is also said that Lord Rama came to the beach in search of his wife, Sita.

Mobor Beach- is an ideal location for the adventure tourists. It is one of the most popular beaches in Goa, which enables the tourists to indulge in adventure sports such as water skiing, water surfing, jet ski, banana and bump rides and parasailing. the best months to visit Mobor Beach of Goa is between the months of September and March.

Colva Beach:Located about 18kms from Panaji and situated in Bardez taluka, the Anjuna Beach is the part of a 30 km extended beach coastline along the west coast of Goa by the Arabian sea. The beach is famous for its stunning natural beauty with swaying palms trees and soft powdered white sands.

Anjuna Beach:Located about 18kms from Panaji and situated in Bardez taluka, the Anjuna Beach is the part of a 30 km extended beach coastline along the west coast of Goa by the Arabian sea.

Varca Beach: is one most popular tourist sites in Goa. It is one of the most beautiful and exotic beaches of Goa and is situated about 2 kilometers from Benaulim. The beach is marked by a number of wooden boats, belonging to the fishermen of the city. The Varca Beach in Goa is known for its soft white sands and its cleanliness. It is one of the cleanest beaches in Goa that allows the tourists to spend some time in solitudeVarca Beach: is one most popular tourist sites in Goa. It is one of the most beautiful and exotic beaches of Goa and is situated about 2 kilometers from Benaulim. The beach is marked by a number of wooden boats, belonging to the fishermen of the city. The Varca Beach in Goa is known for its soft white sands and its cleanliness. It is one of the cleanest beaches in Goa that allows the tourists to spend some time in solitude

Other Sightseeing
Arvalem Caves:Apart from the admirable beaches and waterfalls, Located in the Bicholim town of North Goa, these caves are ancient rock cut caves that give us a chance to step into the mythological tales. The origin of these caves dates back to the 6th century.Arvalem Caves:Apart from the admirable beaches and waterfalls, Located in the Bicholim town of North Goa, these caves are ancient rock cut caves that give us a chance to step into the mythological tales. The origin of these caves dates back to the 6th century.

Bondla Wildlife:Heading to Goa this season? Then don't forget to set foot in the Bondla Wildlife with your favorite animals. it is located in Ponda Taluka in the northeastern part of the city. Contained in a very small area of just 8 km, the Bondla Wildlife is covered with forest and evergreen vegetation patches. This little sanctuary proudly houses a Mini Zoo, Rose Garden, Deer Safari Park, Botanical Gardens, Bondla Wildlife:Heading to Goa this season? Then don't forget to set foot in the Bondla Wildlife with your favorite animals. it is located in Ponda Taluka in the northeastern part of the city. Contained in a very small area of just 8 km, the Bondla Wildlife is covered with forest and evergreen vegetation patches. This little sanctuary proudly houses a Mini Zoo, Rose Garden, Deer Safari Park, Botanical Gardens, Betalbatim Beach:Each one of us has definitely been lucky to see the sunsets at the Betalbatim Beach is beyond imagination. Located in the south of the Majorda Beach, Betalbatim Beach is one most beautiful beaches of Goa. Owing to the spectacular sunsets it offers, it is popularly known as the "Sunset beach of Goa". Betalbatim Beach:Each one of us has definitely been lucky to see the sunsets at the Betalbatim Beach is beyond imagination. Located in the south of the Majorda Beach, Betalbatim Beach is one most beautiful beaches of Goa. Owing to the spectacular sunsets it offers, it is popularly known as the "Sunset beach of Goa".

Much like North Goa, South Goa is also filled with Temples and Churches having countryside backdrop. They are spread all over South Goa (Madgaon, Curtorim, Cancona etc). Driving around the countryside in South Goa visiting different temples and Churches could be a completely different experience to a touristy sightseeing visit. Some of the well-visited temples of Ponda (16 km's from Madgaon) which are visited from North Goa as well as South Goa such as Shri Mangesh Temple, Mahalasa Narayani Temple, Shri Shantadurga Temple, Nagesh Temple. Mahalakshmi Temple. Shri Shantadurga Temple is the famous temple in South Goa.

Aguada Fort & Lighthouse Goa Go Karting – Track ii in North Goa Calizz – The Heart of Goa Museum Mackie’s Saturday Night Market

SHOPPING
Anjuna Flea Market The flea market at Anjuna Beach is one of the most important shopping destinations in North Goa. Held every Wednesday, this market is the perfect place to shop till you drop. Haggling is the name of the game here, and the products on offer include everything ranging from handicrafts.

Saturday Night Bazaar, Arpora Shopping at the Saturday Night Bazaar at Arpora is a great weekend activity, as the market offers an exciting mix of shopping opportunities ranging from sumptuous foodstuff, herbs and spices to handicrafts, bags, accessories, designer jewelry, rugs, and carpets.

Panjim Market Overview A must-visit for all those who wish to carry a bit of Goa back with them, Panjim market offers a variety of goods like wines, cashew nuts, local handicrafts, Goan spices and also has a multiplex and an array of eateries in the vicinity.

Calangute Market Square Overview One of the most frequented beach spots in North Goa, Calangute features its own market with an array of stalls and shacks selling everything from clothes, beachwear, sea shells, local handicrafts, trinkets and carpets to lots of seafood snacks and beer.

WATER ACTIVITES
Scuba Diving, Wind Surfing, Water Skiing, Parasailing Banana, Bump & Ringo Rides Water Scooter

Goa Jet Skiing

Itinerary

Day 1  : Leisure at Beach
Check in at the  Hotel Residency by 12.00 noon Have an evening to yourselves or stroll on the beach chill out at the beach shacks.

Day 2 : North Goa Fun
Breakfast at Residency. Depart for North Goa Tour at 9.30am Ex-Panaji/Miramar. Places covered: Coco beach, Fort Aguada, Mayem lake boating and lunch halt at Mayem Lake view, Vagator Beach ,Anjuna Beach,Calangute Beach. 1 Hour River Cruise. Back to Residency. Depart for North Goa Tour at 9.30am Ex-Margao/Colva. Places covered: Mahalasa Temple Verna, Abyss Aquarium, Coco beach, Calangute, Fort Aguada lunch halt at Calangute Annexe,Calangute beach, Handicraft emporium Panaji. 1 Hour River Cruise. Back to Residency.

Day 3 : A  Day Visit to South Goa
Breakfast at Residency Depart for South Goa Tour at 9.30am. Places covered: Includes a visit to Heritage Monuments like Churches at Old Goa which has Basilica of Bom Jesus wherein lay the mortal remains of St Francis Xavier, on to the magnificent Se Cathedral, which houses the famous Golden Bell. You will be given choice to visit Museum of Christian Art, Old Goa, 5 minutes walking distance from the Basilica. Next, proceed to the temples of Mangueshi – dedicated to Shiva & Shanta Durga Temple, Kavle dedicated to the Goddess of Peace. After the temples visit Ancestral Goa at Loutolim which is a “mock village” open air museum depicting traditional Goan village life, through art. After lunch at Colva Beach visit Dona Paula Bay and the lovely Miramar Beach. Drop Back to Residency.

Day 4 : Check out (12.00 noon)
Breakfast at Residency. Check out by 12.00 noon Tour Concludes with happy memories.