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Updated by Riya Rai on Jun 06, 2014
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Goa – Sunset and Beyond

Goa has a lot more to offer than just its attractive beaches with its natural scenic beauty. It is characterized by abundant greenery, temples and churches with distinctive style of architecture, colourful and lively feasts and festivities, and a culture which is best suited to unwind. Apart from these features, the hospitable people make it an ideal tourist destination. Hence, Goa tour has been a topmost priority for all tourists.

Source: http://www.thomascook.in/tcportal/india-holidays/Goa-holiday-packages?hldPlace=Goa

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Colva

Colva

One of the most famous beaches located in southern Goa, Colva is not only famous for its War Sanda and the blue sea but also for its Our Lady of Mercy church, also known as Igreja de Nossa Senhora das Merces. This church was founded in 1630 and rebuilt in the eighteenth century in the village square.

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Anjuna

Anjuna

With its tall and magnificent palm trees and infamous full moon parties, ANJUNA is one of the best "alternative" beaches in Goa. The biggest reason for anyone to come to Anjuna would be to take a stroll in finding something worthy from its famous Wednesday flea market.

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Baga

Baga

Apart from Baga’s famous beach, nearby sights to visit include Portuguese forts at Aguada and Chapora. In case you are a music lover and enjoy partying, Baga is the place for you. Baga has an excellent nightlife. It indeed has the liveliest nightlife in the entire Goa. The tourists usually land up at the Tito’s which has excellent music with an amazing dance floor.

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Calangute

Calangute

Check out Mac Doulani in Nizmar resort. In spite of its shabby position, it’s one of the best locations to visit in the vicinity. The Calangute is also famous for its variety of water sports ranging from parasailing to water scooter rides. Also one of the brilliant places to visit is the Kerkar Art Complex, which is located just by the beach.

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Vagator

Vagator

This beach is exceptionally quiet and calm. You can spend time walking on the soft and white sand beneath your feet and enjoy the old world charm of this beach. Vagator is the place to enjoy nature. There are vast stretches of coconut trees along the beach side. The nearby Chapora villages give you the feel of rural Goa. The fishing community here is very friendly and helpful.