May 3, 2013
There’s no place like Goa. There’s a sense of revelry, merriment and abandon in the air that is almost sinful. Eating, drinking, singing, and dancing are what Goans love to do, and their conviviality is infectious. The celebrations reach fever pitch at Carnival and Christmas; almost every little hamlet has its own little temple or church with its very own feasting and festivities. In fact, there seems to be a party going on in Goa all through the year. Many pubs and cafes have live bands playing on weeknights and countless shacks on the beaches of Goa resonate with classic international music.
Imagine an intimate beachfront five star resort that lets you get away from it all, where you are pampered with only the finest indulgences. Whatever your ideal – a secluded honeymoon, total rejuvenation, a feast of traditional cuisine, incredible entertainment, or simply the lure of our warm Goan hospitality.
North Goa: North Goa is the old city of Goa.The city is famous for its heritage, a reflection of which can be seen in the churches and monuments of old Goa. The capital city of the state of Goa is Panaji/Panjim, it boasts of having the oldest municipality in Asia. It is a city of fine gardens and statues. The first beach stop over in North Goa is Anjuna beach also famous for its flea market and rave parties that make it a perfect honeymoon destination. At the Anjuna Beach feel the touch of cool air touching your senses; it would be an ideal place for spending time together. Baga beach in North Goa provides isolation where you can watch the sun go down. Baga beach is basically an extension of Calangute.This beach in North Goa beach is marginally more varied and picturesque.
South Goa: South Goa is popular for some of the region's finest beaches with attractive Portuguese-style villages nestled in a hilly interior. Many visitors base themselves initially at Goa's second city of Margao.It is the most important town in South Goa connected by rail and the national highway with Karnataka and Maharashtra and is located in Salcete Taluka. An important commercial and cultural centre of Goa. The main beaches of South Goa include Arambol Beach, which is situated far away from the maddening crowd; this is a lovely, serene beach quite secluded and great for beach lovers. At about 6 kms from Margao, Colva beach in South Goa is the pride of Salcete and the rival of Calangute in scenic splendor. At this beach land, sea and sky blend in enchanting natural harmony. Another known beach in South Goa is Bogmalo Beach, which is a popular picnic spot. South Goa is a perfect honeymoon destination.Share