Goa is a bouquet of beaches. Beaches so beautiful, that even international tourists could not stop themselves from rolling in for a visit. Goa not only has beaches but resorts, hotels, private villas, and ancient churches. It is also very famous for its nightlife which stands 6th among the top 10 nightlife places in India. Foreign tourists visit Goa mainly for partying and beaches.
Goa drips Portuguese in every aspect. From architecture to its markets, Portuguese seems to have some serious impact on the Goan culture. Goa also has world heritage sites, regarded by the UNESCO. There are about a dozen forts in Goa, constructed hundreds of years ago by Portuguese merchants who lived in Goa for business. On the way to Goa, you can stop at Amboli, a hidden gem which is a hill-station and meanwhile you can appreciate the breathtaking Ghat (valley) views.
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