Goa, the party capital of India, is beautiful the year round. Its perfect sandy beaches and nighttime parties have made it a highly coveted tourist destination. Besides, Goa is also a treasure trove of heritage and culture, and every visit leaves something for the tourist to explore.
With the arrival of winters, the charms of Goa seem to increase manifold. The weather is as pleasant as ever, there are exciting Christmas and New Year Parties to attend and a lot of sightseeing to do. There cannot be a better time to visit Goa. Read below the things you should do in Goa in winter.
Sunbathing at the Beach
The best time for lounging and sunbathing at the beach is during winters. The sun shines pleasantly and the cool breeze accompanying it enhances the entire experience. Looking for a perfect tan? This is the time to do it.
Try out the Goan Delicacies
The delicacies in Goa are one of its kinds. Its cuisine has been shaped by the influence of several cultures over the years. However, the tangy and spicy flavor is found across all dishes in Goa. Much of this can be attributed to the general use of spices and condiments.
Enjoy the thrill of water sports
Goa is one of the best water sports destinations in India. From wind surfing, white water rafting, angling to scuba diving, the options are plenty. Some of the highly sought after places for enjoying water based activities are Anjuna Beach, Baga Beach etc.
Discover the Goan Heritage
The beaches of Goa attract a lot of visitors the year round. However, this wonderful state is also home to several heritage sites in the form of churches and forts. Some of them worth checking out are Basilica of Bom Jesus, Aguada Fort and Se Cathedral etc.
Go Dolphin Spotting
Dolphin spotting is another of the exciting things to do on your trip to Goa. This is an extremely popular activity which is carried out along the entire 110km stretch of coastal Goa. It’s a sheer delight to watch these massive adorable beings in their most playful avatar.
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