Goa is a place like no other in India with its beautiful beached and rich diverse culture. The laidback vibe in Goa can instantly help your mind relax and take you to a calm happy place with festive music and mesmerizing sunsets by the ocean. Goa packages can pack quite a bit of fun into a weekend trip and usually cover flights and travel too!
It is easy to plan a weekend in Goa and you can do it on short notice too. Although, the closer you book tickets to your travel date, the more expensive the flights are likely to be. If you’re planning well in advance, you can get some pretty cheap flight tickets! It is quite well connected to the biggest Indian cities by air.
Accommodation in Goa can vary from sprawling 5 star resorts to upscale hotels and budget resorts. Depending on who you are vacationing with, take your pick of a hotel or a service apartment that can be rented which is a great no frills option – considering the fact that most of the time you’ll be out relaxing and enjoying the beaches and vibrant nightlife. If you are traveling with family, a Goa tour package will ease your trouble of having to find good accommodation.
Food is not a problem in Goa and many different types of cuisines are available at the most quaint, homely restaurants and pubs that serve delicious food, but they take their own time to prepare it. Most places serve authentic and delicious food, but do check out the best places on Zomato or trip advisor to be sure! Thalassa on Vagator beach and Bomras in Candolim are the best places to visit in Goa for local flavours and they both serve excellent seafood. The ambience is nice at most places in Goa and there’s usually nice music playing too. Many places have live music or an in house DJ.
Evenings in Goa are best spent watching the waves hit the sand on any of the many beaches – Anjuna, Calangute, Candolim, Vagator, Arambol, Morjim and many more. A good Goa holiday package will probably include Anujna and Calangute and a few main ones. Most beaches have shacks where you can chill with a pint of Goa’s famous King’s beer and lose yourself to the calm breeze. Shopping areas are few and lively and have plenty of cute knick knacks for tourists to take back home as souvenirs.