Goa is the smallest state of India. It is located in a region known as Konkan in the western part of the country, and the state is bound by Maharashtra at one side and Andhra Pradesh on the eastern and southern side. Panaji is the capital of the state. Goa has got too much to offer the tourists. It is best known for the beautiful beaches but other than that the place has got so many places of worship and world heritage architecture. It has a huge variety of flora and fauna and the cuisines are also luring.
The best time to visit Goa is the time when India’s weather becomes pleasant as Goa being a coastal area is very humid, so October – March or early April can be the best time to visit Goa. People from all around the world descend to Goa during this time as the weather becomes very moderate. Sitting in the beaches of Goa during twilight is in itself bliss. The Arabian Sea appears just like in fables and fairy tales. The festive season of Goa is during the months of February and March, when the famous carnivals takes place. The place becomes so beautiful with lights and vibrant colors all over the town. The festivities are filled with music and dancing, parades are held and the celebrations include some circus activities as well. It simply becomes like a public street party. Christmas and New Years is celebrated throughout Goa with a lot of gusto and everyone literally lets down their hair to be part of these celebrations.
Goa is such a place where on the one side there is the beautiful Arabian sea and on the other side the green hilly western Ghats. The scenic beauty of the place is such that a person willingly leaves behind all the grievances and sorrows. Goa is blessed with a variety of marine life, beautiful paddy fields, abundance of rivers and a culture which is a mixture of Indian and Portugal. Even in the architecture we find the exotic Indo-Portuguese heritage. Travelling to Goa ensures that one gets a chance to experience the amazing lifestyle, the night life of the place and the beautiful beaches which are decorated with lights and fire during the festive season and dancing to the tunes and numbers which are played in the beaches are mesmerizing.
Arjuna beach of Goa is the most famous beach as it’s here one gets the full moon ramble parties. The sunset also arrives so beautiful from the beaches as well the cruises. The nightlife of Goa will grab you in its arms and October-march is the time when one can enjoy Goa’s magnetism.