Goa Travel Guide

Goa is a strip of land 110 kilometres long and 60 km wide, between the Sahyadri range of the Western Ghats and the Arabian sea on the west coast of India.

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The Konkan Railway (www.konkanrailway.com), the main train line running through Goa, connects Goa with Mumbai to the north, and with Mangalore to the south.

Goa is famous for its seafood, the 'classic' dish being fish curry and rice. With the variety and range on offer, however, combined with the skills of the local cooks, there is a mouthwatering choice. Kingfisher is probably the most common item, on the menu, but there are many others including pomfret, doumer, shark, tuna and mackerel.

A good way to absorb the true flavour of Goa is to take a walk through the bustling Mapusa Market. Come here for antiques, textiles, traditional handicrafts, Goan pottery, spices, fruits, homemade pickles, sausages and more.

After the sun dies down and the stars take up the sky, Goa’s vibrant nightlife scene brightens up the city with every party hopper visiting the most popular beach shack nearby.

There are always those little things which remain in your memory long after your trip is over. So we have compiled a list of useful tips which might help in making your trip a lasting memory of a lifetime.

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