Goa, a dream place for every one, "So when in Goa, do as the Goans do". So we are here with the list of activities which you must do to make your trip special.

1.) Enjoy the beauty of Beach

Goa is famous for its beaches. In north Goa Baga, Calangute and Anjuna bags the people choice awards, whereas in south Arossim and Utorda are the people's choice. Water sports on these beaches includes Jet Skiing, Scuba Diving, and Banana Ride.

 

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2.) Enjoy the Spice Plantation's

About visiting the Spice Plantation in the Ponda area called Sahakari spice plantation and your nostrils will remind you why Europeans came to India, This largest spice farm of the region lets you pluck and taste pepper, bite a Peri Peri (hottest chillies of the world), bathe through an ‘elephant shower’ and feast on a traditional Goan lunch cooked with farm spices.

 

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3.) Enjoy The Portuguese Architecture

The churches, convents, museums, art galleries, government buildings, bungalows and bakeries together make it tough to suggest what to not see in South Goa. Yet, Basilica of Bom Jesus (for its architectural magnificence) and Sé de Santa Catarina (largest church in Old Goa) are the most visited ones. Most importantly, Old Goa is currently a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

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4.) Visit the Wildlife Sanctuary

The Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary and Mollem National Park have animals like the panther, sloth bear, mouse deer and even barking deer. Then there are 200 species of birds including the Indian great black woodpecker, Malabar pied hornbill, and kingfisher.

 

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5.) Visit market of Ingo

a German named Ingo set up this new market on a leased property. Fondly known as Ingo’s Saturday Night Bazaar, this market in Arpora is on for about six months of winter and presents a potpourri of junk jewellery, imported T-shirts, hippie merchandise, Indian and global cuisine from Rajasthan and Kashmir to Turkey, Spain and the rest of Europe.

 

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6.) Enjoy the Dolphin Show

The dolphins are a way better sight in reality than on Television, A dolphin cruise in Goa is therefore exciting for the old and the young alike. Dolphins pepping out of the sea around your boat in a graceful motion is best savoured by eye and saved on camera.

 

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7.) Take a drive to Naval Aviation Museum

Though museum may sound boring to you, but museum of Goa has lot to show, It has a congregation of Hindu artifacts in a Portuguese-cum-colonial setup with stories of two worlds make these museums quite different than our usual perception, and Naval Aviation Museum too has lot to deliver.

 

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