Did you know that, in the smallest state in India, you can find beautiful Small Boutique hotels in Goa and five star? These accommodations often become a unique and romantic luxury that guests usually do not want to leave their room. This is why these accommodations are suitable for honeymooners or couples who want to get away to a place that both can’t forget.
But Goa is not only a beach paradise, it also has several restaurants, as well as museums and very unique places where you can spend a different time. Therefore, we bring you a list of what to see and what to do in Goa for you to spend some unforgettable days.
What to see in Goa?
There are different monuments, mainly religious ones that you can visit if you are on a tour in Goa. These buildings are the memory of what left 400 years of Portuguese colonization time in which the Lusitanian authorities forced the natives of the region to change religion by becoming Catholic parishioners of the opposite should leave the colony. That is why so many convents, churches, temples, cathedrals and basilicas were built and can be enjoyed as museums. Among them are
- Basilica of Bom Jesus
- Cathedral Se
- Church of San Francisco de Asís
- Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception
- Shree Manguesh Temple Shantadurgai Pradanna
What to do in Goa?
As we mentioned Goa is the smallest state in India. But even so and because it is a coastal town bathed by the waters of the Arabian ocean, all those who know it know that its dimensions do not interfere in any way with the tourist activity of the region which has a high transit of visitors mainly between the months of November and March when the climate and temperature is at its best for the enjoyment of activities such as:
- Playing sports on the beaches
- Visit the Dudhsagar waterfall
- Enjoy the nightlife
- Visit Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary
- Go on a cultural visit to the beaches of Goa and its surroundings
Where and what to eat in Goa?
One of the pleasures of life is good food, so when we go on a trip to places unknown to us, nothing is better than being able to taste the gastronomy of that town. In Goa the typical dishes are inspired by the food offered by the sea such as fish, but without leaving aside the traditional ingredients of India such as spices. Among the typical dishes you will find anywhere the following:
- Fried fish
- Khatkhate Curry
However, not all restaurants in the region necessarily specialize in local cuisine. There is in fact a wide variety of places where you can try international food. Therefore, restaurants in Goa can be classified according to their menu or type of cuisine as follows:
- Local Indian food (seafood or Asian)
- Italian, British, Japanese, Asian and other international food