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Goa Churches

Goa is a famous tourist destination of India which is synonymous with adventure and natural beauty. It is a perfect place to rejuvenate your senses. At this destination natural beauty, thrill, fun, entertainment and pleasure are served in plenty. This is one destination which one must visit at least once as it has a lot to leave you enchanted. It is the smallest state of India which occupies a prized place on the tourist map of India. The mesmerizing beaches, exciting nightlife, beautiful churches, historic monuments, river cruise, carnival and seafood are the main attractions of Goa.


The churches of Goa are among its famous attractions which have their own unique charm. The churches of this state reflect the rich legacy of the Portuguese who once ruled this place. Some of the churches are recognized as World Heritage Sites. Beautifully built, they reflect a perfect amalgamation of Catholic and Portuguese architectural styles. Most of them were built during the 16th and 17th centurie…

Water Sports in Goa Beach Adventure & Thrilling

The small state Goa, popularly known as 'paradise for water lover', has evolved as one of the major adventure destinations of the world. The miles stretched coastal areas, rivers and lakes make it an ideal place for adventurous water sports activities. This place offers action-packed holiday package where visitors can dive into azure sea or para-glide over palm fringed beaches. The world class water sports facilities and training courses offered at this place provide enthralling experiences to visitors.

Some of the most famous Goa water sports are surfing, snorkelling, jet-skiing, boogie boarding, scuba diving, water-skiing, para-sailing, windsurfing and deep sea fishing. At this place one can also enjoy an exciting ride on a water-scooter or a speedboat ride.

Fascinating Sport Activities:

Windsurfing
It is a combination of surfing and sailing. The wind surfer has to adjust strength and balance according to the changing pattern of wind and water. It is the most popular water …