Located on the Konkan coast, Goa popularly known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’ is one of the most popular beach destinations in the country. So much so that it has become internationally famous for its trance parties, beaches, and hippie culture. Goa’s beautiful architecture, culture and food reflect its rich history with the Portuguese. This unique culture attracts thousands of tourists here every day. Goa is well connected to its neighbours by air, road and rail. The Dabolim International Airport operates domestic flights from every major city in India and international flights from Europe. Goa boasts two major rail lines, one run by the Konkan Railway and the other by the South-Western Railway. For travel within the state, choose Goa’s public transport which consist of government and private-run buses. Goa has plenty to offer traveller in terms of accommodation. You can choose from a number of affordable 2-star, 3-star and budget hotels in Goa. If you wish for more privacy, however, choose a homestay in Goa. These are typically small rented out apartments or cottages where you can put up for long or short durations. These homestays are normally run by families or retired professionals and offer homely food and beds. A Goa homestay will normally provide local cuisine, cooked by the owner and is close to several places of interest. Budget homestays in Goa under the Treebo umbrella offer room service, free parking, laundry services, a swimming pool, complimentary breakfast and free WiFi. The rooms at these holiday homes are normally fully-furnished and come with an AC, television with DTH/cable, an electric kettle, and branded toiletries. The best homestays in Goa are located close to the most popular attractions. You can visit attractions like the Mandovi River, Immaculate Conception Church, Chapora Fort, Goa Science Centre, Fort Aguada, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Baga Beach, Reis Magos Fort, Candolim Beach, Mae De Deus Church and Calangute Beach. Popular Treebo Goa Homestay – Treebo Vila De Goa
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