Goa, India's smallest state, is known for its boundless beaches, spectacular nightlife, varied seafood, and world-heritage-listed architecture. Goa is located in the Konkan area and spans just 3,702 km.  Panjim, Goa's capital city, is located in the heart of the state and overlooks the serene Mandovi River, where the state's famous floating casinos are anchored. An international airport serves the city, and highways and trains connect the north and south parts of Goa. Goa boasts beautiful beaches along its coastline, which stretches for over 100 kilometres.

Many people prefer visiting goa in rainy seasons that is in the month of July an August. This is the time when travel to Goa is not at peak so you can easily plan a trip away from crowd. Goa doesn’t          face rains all day all places. It rains almost every day (which is nice because Goa looks stunning in the rain), but not for the entire day. Most days have numerous dry spells, and the skies are frequently a magnificent hue of blue. Furthermore, the temperature drops, allowing you to go to the beach at 3 p.m. without having to wipe sweat from your brow.

According to sources, those who are completely vaccinated at least 14 days prior to the date of entrance, as well as those who can submit a negative COVID-19 test record, will be allowed entry to Goa. The curfew, which was first imposed on May 9, has been periodically extended as the number of infections in the coastal state has increased.

The government has enacted rigorous regulations, while rules for the tourism industry have been established. It stated that the bulk of the Goan population has received at least one dose of COVID vaccine, and that the whole population would most likely be vaccinated with both doses over the next 90 days.

Many businesses have suffered losses in the past year as a result of the drop in tourists. Employers are asking the Goa government for a subsidy because resort reservations have been low.

Tourist attractions in Goa never cease to astonish visitors, as each one features something unique. While the Baga Beach is known for adrenaline-pumping activities such as Jet skiing, kitesurfing, parasailing, and waterboarding, the Calangute Beach is known as the "Queen of Beaches" because of its beautiful scenery.

Calangute, which stretches from Candolim to Baga, is the largest beach in north Goa. It is a popular destination for travellers and travellers looking for a place to stay. Fort Aguada is a 17th-century Portuguese fort overlooking the Mandovi River's confluence with the Arabian Sea. The fort's decaying ramparts may be seen from Sinquerim Beach.

A cruise in Goa allows you to take in the diverse scenery, pure waterways, and magnificent sunset views. Kneeboarding, kite surfing, snorkelling, parasailing, paragliding, diving, and kayaking are all popular water sports in Goa.

Chapora Fort is unquestionably one of Goa's most well-known forts. The 'Dil Chahta Hai Fort,' or 'Dil Chahta Hai Fort,' is a popular name for the fort. The Greek Taverna, Thalassa, is one of Goa's most popular restaurants. Having relocated to the backwaters with Siolim,

The Dudhsagar Falls, one of India's tallest waterfalls, is located within the Mollem National Park. Anjuna Beach is among the most popular beaches in North Goa, stretching almost 2km. Anjuna Beach is known for its golden coastline, nightclubs, beach shacks, and adrenaline-filled activities, which range from family vacations to adrenaline-filled adventures. UNESCO has designated the Basilica of Bom Jesus Church as a World Heritage Site. It houses St. Francis Xavier's tomb and relics. The remains are in good shape even after 400 years.

Baga Beach, one of North Goa's most popular beaches, is located near Calangute Beach, around 30 kilometres north of Panjim. It's the ideal spot to take in the city's vibrant nightlife.

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