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Location: Goa

Goa
Goa (Go Goa) is known for its striking landscape, famous beaches in India, astounding monuments and churches and bustling Goa nightlife. Goa is one of the most visited tourist places in India, especially on weekends, as it is not very far from Mumbai and having Panaji as its capital and Vasco da Gama as the largest city. It attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world, round the year. There are several places to visit & tourist attraction points in Goa, making the Goa travel information and tourism guide incredibly rich with Goa Map & Images. In this amazing beach town, you find a number of options for cheap Goa hotel packages, budget rates for Goa resorts & luxury accommodation with a large range of Goa hotels and resorts. Also, there are several affordable tours & packages available for Goa tour. Goa, the smallest Indian state and much-loved tourist place of India, is situated in the coastal Konkan region and on the bank of the Arabian Sea which forms its western coast. Beaches in Goa are the best part of the excellence list of the beach state, where you can rejuvenate yourself. The second major attraction in Goa is the religious places like temples and churches in the town.
Climate
Despite a moderate climate in Goa, monsoon takes as many as 5 months – from June to September – to last. Due to its being located in the coastal Konkan region and in the vicinity of Western Ghats, Goa is blessed with a pleasant and sunny weather. The state faces no extremes in temperature and no clear demarcations between two seasons, except in the monsoon. Its average temperature ranges from 25°C to 30°C (67.96F to 81.56F Approx.).
The climate of Goa can, in general terms, be summed up in one word: coastal. Most of Goa is a part of the coastal country known as the Konkan, which an escarpment is raising up to the Western Ghats range of mountains, which separate it from the Deccan Plateau.
Flora and Fauna
Equatorial forest cover in Goa is scaled at 1,424 sq. km (549.81 sq. miles). The government owns most of this forest cover. Government-owned forest stands at 1,224.38 sq. km (472.74 sq. mile) and private at 200 sq. km (77.22 sq. mile). The wildlife sanctuaries of Goa houses over 1512 documented genera of plants, over 275 species of birds, over 48 genera of animals and over 60 species of reptiles.
When to Visit
The best time to visit the beautiful beach town – Goa – is between the months of October to March, when monsoons cross over to the rest of India after having drenched the land of Goa. This is the time when the seas are calm edged by soft golden sands and the sky is looking blue with moving white clouds. The low and pleasant temperature makes your stay more enjoyable and memorable.
Place of Interest
• Panjim (Goa)
• Calangute Beach
• Baga Beach
• Basilica Of Bom Jesus
• Aguada Fort
• Vagator Beach
• Shri Mangueshi Temple / Mangeshi Temple
• Colva Beach
• Se Cathedral
• Reis Mogos Fort
• River Cruise – Mandovi River
• Dudhsagar Waterfalls
• Anjuna Beach
• Chapora Fort
• Shri Shantadurga Temple – Kavlem
• St. Augustine Tower / Church Of St. Augustin
• Shri Mahalaxmi Temple – Bandora
• Palolem Beach
• Cabo De Rama Fort
• Mormugao Fort
• Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary
• Agonda Beach
• Arambol Beach / Harmal Beach
• Arvalem Waterfalls
• Ashwem Beach
• Butterfly Conservatory Of Goa
• Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary
• Betalbatim Beach
• Butterfly Beach
• Bambolim Beach
• Cansaulim Beach
• Chapora Beach
• Coco Beach
• Candolim Beach
• Dona Paula Beach
• Galgibaga Beach
• Kalacha Beach
• Majorda Beach
• Mandrem Beach
• Miramar Beach
• Patnem Beach
• Sernabatim Beach
• Talpona Beach

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