Top Places to Visit in Goa for Vacation

How often do you go on vacations? Do you ever wish that you could travel more frequently? A big part of the reason most people don’t travel as much as they want to is because they just can’t afford it. This can be especially true if you have kids and are trying to find fun places to visit in Goa with your family. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to vacation for less without sacrificing on quality of experience or time spent with your loved ones. You can choose Cruises in goa tour for your family. 

Old Goa

With several churches, convents and tombs, Old Goa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a sight you can’t miss. Even if you’re not particularly religious, it’s hard not to appreciate Old Goa’s stunning architecture. Additionally, no trip to India is complete without trying at least one curry dish. Curry was invented in India over 2200 years ago and, given that there are thousands of regional variations of curry dishes, you can have plenty of great experiences trying different curries while visiting various restaurants in India.

Arambol Beach

One of India’s most beautiful beaches, Arambol is a tiny beach village located on India’s Konkan coast. If you want to get away from it all and just enjoy some time with your family, Arambol is ideal. The only drawback is that there aren’t too many places where you can find quality accommodations—though there are several accommodation options available. And even if you are lucky enough to find a nice place, be prepared to splurge. On holiday, go ahead and spoil yourself; it’s worth it! After all, quality time with your family deserves nothing but luxuries. As far as sightseeing goes, there isn’t too much around Arambol—but that’s kind of its charm!


Situated on a river estuary, Panjim is considered as one of Goa’s most beautiful cities. A well-planned city with European-styled buildings, Panjim has many things to offer tourists. The newly constructed Liberation Monument and old Misericordia Church are worth a visit, apart from its architectural beauty. Panjim was home to several firsts: it was here that electricity came first and also had India’s first public water supply system.

Baga beach

One of Goa’s most famous beaches and a hotspot for tourists. It features a variety of restaurants, bars, and hotels. Due to its popularity, it can get pretty crowded during high season. This can be avoided by heading there early or later in the day before things get too hectic. There are many beach vendors at Baga that sell fruit, drinks, and other goods like handmade jewelry; however, don’t expect high quality goods here—they’re just trying to make some quick money off tourists. The vendors are aggressive here so you should be careful not to get trapped into buying something you didn’t want!

Palolem Beach

If you’re traveling with your family, there are few places that are as nice as Palolem Beach. It is a gorgeous stretch of beach with plenty of accommodation options nearby. The best part about Palolem Beach is how quiet it is—especially if you’re looking for a place without a lot of other tourists or crowds. It might be one of those places where you don’t want to leave, but it’s a great family vacation spot.

Beach Town

A Must Visit Destination by Young Explorers : The beach town of Baga Beach is located in North Goa, close to a few other popular beaches including Anjuna and Vagator. It’s probably best known as a family beach destination but it has many other facets. Coupled with sunset walks, sun-kissed days on long stretches of golden sand, dancing into the night at exclusive parties and dining at one of many iconic restaurants along its shores, add some extra ingredients like dolphin safaris, water sports like kayaking and parasailing (all available on request) and you get an exciting holiday experience which remains fresh even after repeat visits.

Colva Beach

Located close to Cabo da Rama and Colva fort, Colva beach is a top attraction in Goa that draws tourists from all over. The best time to visit is during monsoon season when waters are at their calmest. The waters here are just warm enough for swimming, and there are many beautiful coves and rock formations ideal for sea-bathing as well. Colva beach is also known as one of India’s cleanest beaches; it has been awarded a Blue Flag by The Foundation For Environmental Education and an ISO 20121:2012 certification (international standard of excellence).

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