Though Goa can be visited anytime in the year, the best time to visit this state is during winters from mid-November to mid-February. This season is best to visit the parties and the weather is pleasantly cool and comfy. The tourists who are looking for peace and nature's beauty can go to Goa from March to May as the state remains less crowded and one can travel the attractions in lesser expense.
Goa is served by Goa International Airport. It is an international airport located in the city of Dabolim. The airport is operated by Airports Authority of India and offers flights to a plethora of destinations such as Doha, Dubai, Moscow, Muscat, and more.Places of Interest in Goa
A wonderful state in India for leisure hunters and backpackers, Goa boasts an unending stretch of immaculate beaches that keeps visitors aside from hustle-bustle of city life and serves as excellent place to bask, romance, and plunge in the nature’s beauty. It is the smallest state in India and arguably the best destination in the country to enjoy beaches and vibrant nightlife. In addition, Old Goa features the sense of Portuguese era with historical buildings, churches, flea markets, and old forts.Calangute Beach
One of the most popular beaches in Goa, the Calangute Beach is often dubbed as the ‘Queen of the Beaches’. This beach is an ideal spot for hippies. The best time to visit this beach is during Christmas as various celebrations are held during Christmas. Calangute Beach portrays local culture and it is said that this beach was discovered by the hippies in the early 1960s.Candolim Beach
One of the most frequented beaches in Goa, the Candolim Beach is also one of the longest beaches in the state. This beach is also popular for hosting Sunburn Festival, which is India’s biggest electronic music dance festival. This festival is organized every year in the month of December.Dudhsagar Waterfalls
One of the prime attractions of Goa, Dudhsagar Falls is located in the Sanguem district of Goa near the Goa-Karnataka border at a distance of around 60 kilometres from Margao. Tourists can easily reach the waterfalls by hiring a taxi or by taking a bus from Margao.