Goa is is one of the most romantic honyemoon destination in India , and boasts of its scenic beauty, golden beaches, beautiful rivers and lakes and architectural splendors here undoubtedly make it a “Tourist’s Paradise”. The perfect line to describe Goa is – “The land of Sun, Surf, Sea and Sand”. Goa, the tiny emerald land possesses a unique history and culture. The culture here shows the confluence of the east and the west. While the Indo-Portuguese culture and architecture here speaks of the Portuguese influence on the state. The state of Goa was a Portuguese colony for more than 400 years. Visitors can get a glimpse of the glorious history preserved in forts, villages and cities. Being a honeymooners paradise, Honeymoon in Goa will let you explore the stunning beaches in Goa , relishing seafoods, lively nightlife and privacy to enjoy your romantic time.
Honeymoon in Goa is a perfect way to raise the curtains of a new beginning. The long extended golden goa beaches fringed with palm trees, Arabian Sea widened up to the beautiful cobalt blue firmament, surrounded by the green hills covered with cashew nut grooves can be an ideally romantic and adventurous destination for couples.
The appealing and breathtaking atmosphere of the golden sand beach shore and the mind blowing breezing waves make Goa a perfect Beach Honeymoon Destination and a place to celebrate intimate chemistry relation for every honeymoon couple. Go for a walk on the golden shore in the sun kissed scenery of the beach and share secret vows and promises holding hand in hand with your partner. Remember, such memories will be imprinted forever in your conscious and later you will recall these precious moments that you have spent together at this Romantic Getaway.
Monsoon in Goa is must check for the newlyweds as well as those in love. Romance at coco huts however is different as they are located at a quiet and isolated place along one side of the beach. With in sea facing beach bungalows or resorts you can relax and have a drink while listening to the beautiful sound of waves with your partner. Apart from its beaches, the state is also home to both beautiful temples and magnificent churches.
By Air –Goa International Airport or Dabolim Airport is the main airport and is situated at a distance of almost 29 kilometers away from Panaji. Domestically Goa is connected to all the major cities of India. International Carriers like Air Arabia, Finnair, Jet Airways, Mahan Air, Nordwind Airlines, Oman Air, Qatar Airways, RoyalFlight, Thomas Cook Airlines, Thomson Airways, VIM Airlines and more also serve Goa Airport.
By Train – Madgaon Railway Station is the major railway station of the state which is connected to many cities in India. Vasco da Gama railway station is another station located in Goa. There is direct trains from cities like Kochi, Trivandrum, Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Mangalore and Kolkatta.
By Road – You can also take a bus from a number of important cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Khozikode, Mysore, Ahmedabad and many more. Goa is well connected to other states via various national and state highways. Most of the buses connecting to Goa comes from Mumbai , Pune, Mangalore, and Bangalore.
The best time to see Goa is from mid-December to mid-January.
Best Season to visit Goa : October to Early April
Summers : Mid April to Early June
Winters : October to Early April
Monsoons : Mid June through August
Goa has number of places to visit which are located at various corners of the state. So it's advisable that you should rent a geared or non geared Bikes and Scooty. These scooty can be rented for about Rs 400/day. You can also rent out cars. the price depends on which car you are renting. The price to rent a car generally starts from Rs 1500/day.
India is a cultural country so its advised to wear descent clothes. Goa is generally humid state so its best to wear cotton clothes. Nudity is not allowed in Goa. And also don't wear bikniwears in the city as it will get you some unwanted attentions. Though you can wear it in the beaches since it is not banned to wear bikini. But is is best to cover yourself as much as possible.
Yes Credits cards are widely acceptable in most of the part of Goa like restaurants, clubs, bars , hotels and all. But please ensure first if they take cards or not.
Konkani is the official language of Goa. Though you can say English as its second official language since most of the people there can speak and understand English. There are also number of other languages spoken in Goa.