Goa Honeymoon Tour
 
   
 
Situated on the Konkan belt, Goa is also known as the “Pearl Orient”. With the Arabian Sea and Western Ghats on either side, Goa is full of greenery. You can locate palm and coconut trees and the jackfruit groves. The lush green surrounding and rich flora complements the state’s profound cultural heritage. There are several places to visit in Goa, which would include the state’s grand history, traditions, natural beauty, exotic cuisines and other sites of attraction.
 
 
Goa Adventure Sports
Water Skiing
Parasailing
Wind Surfing
Museums in Goa
Museum of Goa Daman and Diu
Archeological Museum
Institute Menezes Braganza
Goa Festivals
Goff-folk Dance
Dhangar Dance
Kunbi Dance
 
ANJUNA BEACH
 
 
Anjuna Beach is popularly known as the freak capital of the world and not without reasons. It claimed popularity for its Trance Parties and the Hippies who tried to synthesize the spiritual traditions of the East and the art, ideas and the music of the West. Sometime in the late 1950s to mid-1960s, the area was "discovered" by a group of travelers, including "Eight Finger Eddie," and a small international psychedelic scene began to meet there to party during the dry season. Anjuna is just the right place for lazing holidaymakers. Besides the calm waters of the Arabian Sea lapping softly on the Indian shore, Anjuna comes live with its ever-famous full-moon parties and the Wednesday flea market to take one on to a trance trip.The main attractions of Anjuna Beach are the magnificent Albuquerque Mansion built in 1920 (flanked by octagonal towers and an attractive Mangalore tile-roof), the Mascarenhas Mansion, and the Chapora Fort
 
Calangute and Baga Beaches
 
 
Under the shade of palm trees, bathes the Queen of Beaches—Calangute. Calangute seems to be a distortion of the local vernacular word—‘Koli-gutti’, which means land of fishermen. Some people connect it with Kalyangutti (village of art) or Konvallo-ghott (strong pit of the coconut tree) because the village is full of coconut trees. With the advent of the Portuguese, the word probably got distorted to Calangute, and has stuck till today. In a green semi-circle, the villages of Arpora-Nagoa, Saligao and Candolim do their bit to enhance the divine beauty of Calangute. There are picturesque agors (saltpans) at Agarvaddo, Maddavaddo is full of madd (coconut trees), Dongorpur skirts a bottle-green hillock and Tivaivaddo laces the beach. In Gauravaddo lived the gaudds or milkmen ran dairies.
 
COLVA BEACH
 
Colva beach in Goa comes as a welcome change from all the other crowded beaches of Goa. While at Colva beach in Goa, you do nothing but just laze around. Gather your collection of interesting books and head for this Goa beach. You can enjoy the day reading the book with just the whispers of the sea to disturb you.

Though there are eating joints and hotels around Colva, the Colva beach in Goa still manages to keep its serenity in tact. Unlike Anjuna or Calangute, Colva beach in Goa gained popularity only lately. Over the years, many hotels and buildings have sprung from nowhere in and around these beaches in Goa. Colva beach in Goa is one of those beaches in this small Indian state of Goa that is developing at a very good pace.
 
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