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Goa is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations of India. It is globally famous for its pristine beaches fringed by the palm trees, wildlife parks and sanctuaries with exotic flora and fauna, historical forts and churches, colourful fairs and festivals, world class accommodation, fairs and festivals, etc. It is one such state where you can have unlimited fun and enjoy vacation in the memorable way exploring the awesome tourist attraction of the state. Goa is predominantly globally famous for its pristine beaches. Every year hundred of thousands of tourists from all over the world come to Goa to enjoy holidays in the most delightful way.

This beautiful state of Goa is endowed with mind blowing tourist attractions which are worth visiting and exploring during Goa tour. Among all the tourist attractions the romantic beaches of Goa are the prime attraction of tourists. The state is gifted with some of the finest beaches in the world that creates amiable ambiance to enjoy Goa beach tours and beach holidays in a memorable way. Arjuna Beach, Aguada Beach, Dona Paula Beach, Vagator Beach, Miramar Beach, Palolem Beach, etc are some of the famous beaches of Goa.

Beaches of Goa are the dream destination of the honeymoon couples. The mind blowing combination of the sun, surf and sea makes Goa beaches the picturesque perfect destination to celebrate honeymoon vacation in a romantic way. The beauty of the beaches and the profound environment is sure to work magic on your romantic celebration- Honeymoon. Goa has been hot and happening honeymoon destination since long. Newly wedded couples from all the nook and corner of the world come here in Goa to celebrate their honeymoon vacation in a romantic way.

Goa is also well known for its rich cultural and heritage monuments. Though most the tourists come here to mingle with its finest beaches, Goa monuments also plays a great role in the boom of tourism of this beach state. Chapel of St Catherine, Church and convent of St. Monica, Gate of the palace of Adil Shah, Viceroy’s Arch, Tower of the church of St Augustine, The Pillory, Se Cathedral, Aguada Forts, Tiracol Fort, Fortress of Colvale, Miranda Manson, Figueredo mansion are some of the famous monuments, forts and churches of Goa. These great architectures appeals tourists from all over the world for tours and travel in Goa.

Beside beaches and monuments this beautiful state of Goa is blessed with exotic flora and fauna which is also the major attraction of tourists. The rich flora and fauna of the state is well preserved by the government and the environment concerned people. Bondala Wildlife Sanctuary, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Mandovi- Zuari Wildlife Sanctuary, Cotigoa Wildlife Sanctuary, etc are some of the famous wildlife parks and sanctuaries of Goa. Tourists coming here in Goa can enjoy jungle safari and enjoy the date with the varied wildlife species found in the Goa parks and wildlife sanctuaries. You can enjoy delightful open jeep safari but enjoying jungle safari on the back of the camel will truly be the delightful experience of Goa wildlife tours.

There are many other mind blowing tourist attractions in Goa. Rich culture and colourful festivals, Goan festivals, beach parties, bustling and vibrant markets, delicious sea foods, world class accommodation, etc are also the attraction of tourists in Goa. Well if you want to spend your holidays in a delightful way with everlasting memories, Goa would just fit your choice. You will find several Goa tour packages offered by tour operators, perfectly blended with other tourist destination of India. Your tour in Goa, India will truly be the delightful experience which you will love to share with much pride and happiness with your dear ones.

Author Bio:-

Rajesh Kumar is an eminent analyst and writer in India Travel & Tourism related topics. He has authored many books on tour guide for Goa Tours and Goa beach tours. Find more packages at

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