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Go Goa



This is about heaven on Earth(Goa). I am sure after watching this you would like to visit that place.

This is about heaven on Earth(Goa). I am sure after watching this you would like to visit that place.



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    • Go Goa By Anubhav Singh Class-X sec-A Roll no.-5
    • Goa is India's smallest state by area and the fourth smallest by population. Located in South West India in the region known as the Konkan, it is bounded by the state of Maharashtra to the north, and by Karnataka to the east and south, while the Arabian Sea forms its western coast .Panaji is the state’s capital, while Vasco da Gama is the largest city. Goa is India's richest state with a GDP per capita two and a half times that of the country as a whole. Introduction
    • Map
    • Goa Weather
      • Average temperature- 25°C - 30°C (67.96F - 81.56F Approx).
      • Average rainfall- 325cms (Approx.).
      • Average daily hours of sunshine- Nine to ten hours in summer and three to five hours during the monsoon.
    • Goan Cities
      • The five major cities of Goa are:
      • Mapusa
      • Margao
      • Ponda
      • Panaji
      • Vasco Da Gama
    • Tourist Attraction: Dudhsagar Waterfalls
      • Location: Sanguem district in Goa,
      • near the Karnataka border
      • Highlights: Listed as one of the highest
      • waterfalls in the world and
      • India's fifth highest waterfall
      • How to Reach: Dudhsagar waterfalls
      • can be easily reached by hiring a taxi or
      • taking a bus from Panaji or
      • even Margao.
    • Tourist Attraction: Goa Spice Plantations
      • Location: Ponda, situated in
      • the center of Goa
      • Highlights: Two major spice
      • plantations that produce
      • exotic spices and grind them
      • in a powder form for use.
      • How to Reach: Ponda can
      • be reached easily from Panaji
      • by hiring a taxi or an auto.
      • You can also hire a private
      • van or jeep to reach the spice
      • plantations of Goa.
    • Goa Forts: Cabo De Rama Fort Location: Canacona, South Goa Highlights: Lord Rama and his wife Sita took shelter here during their 14 year exile. A chapel located inside the fort is still in use. How to Reach: Cabo De Rama fort can be easily reached by hiring a taxi or a cab from any nearby place in south Goa. There is regular bus service from Margao to Cabo De Rama fort daily.
    • Chapora Fort
      • Location: 10 kilometers from Mapusa, near the Anjuna beach, North Goa
      • Highlights: Lends a very wonderful and mystical feel to the beach while
      • providing a spectacular view of the sea.
      • How to Reach: Chapora fort can be easily reached by hiring local transport from
      • Mapusa or even Panaji, which is 18 kilometers away from here.
    • Terekhol Fort
      • .
      • Location: Terekhol River, North Goa
      • Highlights: Heritage hotel in one part of the fort, Church of St. Anthony
      • How to Reach: Terekhol fort can be reached easily by hiring a taxi or an auto from
      • any place in the north of Goa.
    • Goa Churches
      • Goa is literally synonymous with churches. Some of them are:
      • Basilica of Bom Jesus
      • Reis Maqos Church
      • Se Cathedral church
      • St. Anne Church
      • St. Augustine Church etc.
    • Goa Beaches
      • A holiday in Goa is holiday is incomplete without a visit to the the Goan beaches. Some of the popular beaches are:
      • Arambol Beach
      • Anjuna Beach
      • Agondo Beach
      • Baga Beach
      • Bambolim Beach etc.
      • By Air :--Goa's sole airport, the Dabolim Airport, is both a military and civilian airport catering to domestic and international airlines that stop en route to other Indian destinations.
      • By Rail :--The Goa railway station is merely 2kms from the City Center and the other railway station is 46km away at Mettupalayam.
      • By Road :-- The state has many highways that connect distant places and make traveling much easier.
      How to go?
    • Fairs And Festivals
      • Goa Carnival
      • Bonderam Festival
      • Feast of Three Kings
      • Feast of St. Francis Xavier
      • Zatra of Shantadurga
      • What to buy-
      • Artifacts made of papier-mâché
      • Bamboo work
      • Beachwear
      • Brassware
      • Carved furniture
      • Curios like trinkets, bracelets, rings
      • Hammocks
      • Old coins
      • Shell work
      • Spice powder packets
      • Terracotta
      • Trinkets made of stones and corals
      Goa Shopping