I.T hub of India i.e. Bangalore is the high tech city of India and is full of hustle and bustle. If you want a quiet and a peaceful holiday away from the flurry of the day-to-day life then Goa maybe the best option for you located at a distance of 557 kms from Bangalore it is a situated on the west coast of India and is filled with scenic beauty. A weekend trip to Goa will leave you with a fresh and a calm mind on Monday. Goa is well connected by road, rail and air. Bangalore to Goa flights are available in plenty and the flight schedule is also quite convenient.
Goa is the filled with beaches and churches. Goa is divided into north Goa and south Goa. Panaji is the headquarters of north Goa and Margao is the headquarters of south Goa. Goa is well known for its hot and humid climate, picturesque beaches, amazing seafood, crazy nightlife and majestic churches.
The major tourist attractions of Goa are:
The Calangute beach
The Calangute beach is located in north Goa and is one of the famous beaches of Goa. The Calangute beach is filled with shacks and other eateries offering amazing seafood and drinks. The Calangute beach also offers a wide range of watersports like jet skiing, parasailing, paragliding, kite surfing etc. One can go for family boat rides here.
The Agonda beach
Agonda beach is a pristine beach in south Goa offering you peace and quiet. There aren’t many eateries here as the Calangute beach hence, you may find some peace and quiet here. Dolphin sight-seeing is popular here. Many boaters take people to dolphin rides for a sum of Rs.800 per person.
The Anjuna beach
The Anjuna beach located near Mapusa is beach that is well known for its nightlife. There are many restaurants and bars on the coast, where one can drink to their heart’s content and enjoy the music. The Anjuna Flea Market held on Wednesdays is the excellent place to shop in Goa. Here you will find all kinds of stuffs and handicrafts.
Bom Jesus Basilica
Bom Jesus Basilica was built in 1605 and is it is dedicated to Saint Francis Xavier. The majestic structure of the church is alluring. The body of Francis Xavier is kept is the church and the most astonishing fact about it is that has not decomposed even after all these years.
Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception
Constructed in 1541, it is dedicated to Mother Mary and the church has the second largest bell in the world.
Church of St Francis of Assisi
The church was built in 1661 and is quite famous for its stained glass paintings portraying the life of the patron saint. The church also houses an art museum.
Hence, a visit to the beautiful state of Goa is necessary. Tickets for Bangalore to Goa flights can be booked on our online portal. The flight schedule too is put up on our website for the convenience of the travellers.