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Goa is a charming coastal state situated in the region known as Konkan. It may be India’s smallest state, but it is possibly the most popular and most visited state in India. Goa may be small but it packs in a punch and is visited by a steady stream of tourists annually for its beaches, architecture, rich history, nightlife, and religious places. Through the years as connectivity got better, tourism became the focal point for Goa and it welcomes travellers throughout the year. The Goa International Airport has flights operating on a daily basis. It is also well connected by road with four national highways passing through it. It also has two rail lines passing through it, namely, the Konkan Railway and the South Western Railway. While Goa also has ports and harbours, they mostly cater to cargo and not passengers. Goa has a variety of accommodations to choose from whether opting for a budget stay or a more luxurious one. There are also a varied number of types of accommodation to choose from when in Goa. Guests can book a villa in a gated colony or a beach shack on the beach. When you’re in Goa, your stay can get as eclectic as your holiday itinerary. One stay option in Goa are the boutique hotels there which range from luxurious to more economical, they each offer a different experience and if you’re looking for a unique stay option then have a look at any of them. Treebo Hotels also has boutique hotels in Goa if you’re looking for a more economical option. The hotels are styled in modern fashion and different from the conventional hotel layout and come with a swimming pool and other amenities for a picturesque stay. Goa is fuelled by tourism and it is India’s most popular destination for a reason. The charm and hospitality of the people pairs well with the picturesque beaches and beautiful culture of the town. When one is not lounging in any of the sandy beaches, there are adventure sports to take part in or hiking trails to wander around in for hours. If you’re looking for history and culture visit the forts and the old parts of the story where the years show on them and where many stories exist. Goa is alive and brimming from early sunrise with the surfers out to catch some waves to nightfall where the bars, pubs, clubs, and restaurant all engage in an active nightlife with events, karaoke nights, comedy acts, and more. There’s a dearth of things to do in Goa for whatever mood you maybe in.
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