You know what's an underrated time to vacation in Goa? When everyone's done vacationing! Sure, Goa is indisputably great for New Year's, but it is even better the rest of the year. Now is the time to go on that much-awaited Goa trip. Read more to know why - it really is worth it!
With new eateries, popping open left, right and centre; the list of ‘newly opened restaurants in Goa’ is ever-increasing. But we’ve taken it upon ourselves, to curate for you the only list you need to see - of the hottest restaurants in Goa that are worth the hype and worth your appetite. Armed with our palate and plate, we’ve visited all the new entrants in the Goan food scene and come up with the best spots for you to eat.
Ready? Let’s start planning your dining itinerary.
Fellow foodies, we’d like to help you savour the taste of Goa for as long as you can! From the moment you land, till the moment you depart, you can relish the flavours Goa’s culinary landscape has to offer.
We’re about to pilot your taste-buds to exquisite pit stops, every foodie needs to visit. Buckle in, we’re about to take you on a delicious ride!
Goa is an often overlooked monsoon escape and that’s what makes it a really good one. It’s relatively unexplored by most Goa-fans too, so if you’re one of them, it’s a great time to come and have new experiences seeing an absolutely different side of Goa.
Wipe the sun daze off your eyes, take off your sunglasses and read on to see what Goa has to offer on the flipside of sunshine.
Greet hello to unobstructed green views, water droplets kissing happy swaying leaves, rippling rivers and an undeniable fresh feel in the air. Sigh. It’s a city in a happy state of mind.
Goa is a great monsoon getaway if you’re looking to embrace the season and find some serenity away from the concrete city life.
Goa is enriched with a plethora of historical places that reflect upon the state’s history and culture. These include breathtaking churches, enamouring temples, intricately designed museums and charming forts. Learn about them and start exploring!
Goa is popular for its beaches and nightlife and stunning architecture.
But it is also home to an amalgamation of cultures and traditions that have been passed down over centuries. And sometimes, we get together to observe these traditions and make merry.
We're known to like parties, and what are festivals but parties that entire communities celebrate together? Here is a list of festivals held in Goa during the summer months that you cannot miss.
Shigmo or shigmotsav is the grand spring festival celebrated annually in Goa in the month of Phalgun (read the last month of the Hindu calender).
To on-lookers, it may seem like Holi's taken a U-turn and come right back to Goa.
And honestly, why not? Goa's the land of colourful people and we love rocking out with colours all month long.
Experiential travel or immersion travel is slowly and steadily claiming a big space on itineraries across the globe. If Netflix’s show ‘The world’s most amazing vacation rentals’ is quickly filling up your international travel bucket list, put that pen down for a bit and read this.
When you hit the sunshine state, you can’t not have a good time on your agenda. Nobody comes to Goa and leaves without having fun. Goans don’t recommend you leave with souvenirs and magnets, we want you to leave with memories.
With new cafe’s popping up literally every other week, it can become challenging figuring out which ones to visit and which ones to skip on your short visit. So, we’ve compiled a list of some local cafes you must check out when you’re in Goa.