Area: 3,702 sq. kms. Population: 13,47,668 (2001 Census); Approx 65% are Hindu, 30% Christian and 5% Muslim Literates: 9,58562 (2001 Census), 82% of population Languages spoken: Konkani, Marathi, English, Portuguese and Hindi Capital: Panaji Districts: Two – North Goa & South Goa Talukas: 11 Major port: Mormugao Airport: Goa Airport at Dabolim, near Vasco Climate: Tropical ( The average temperature varies between 25°C – 30°C) Seasons: Summer: March To June (Min. 25°C – Max. 38°C) Monsoon: July To September (Average Rainfall – 3200 mm) Winter: November To February (Min. 14°C – Max. 30°C) Major Rivers: Tiracol, Chapora, Mandovi, Zuari, Sal and Talpona Tourist season: Throughout the year Peak season: November to February Famous beach: Arambol, Anjuna, Baga, Colva, Calangute, Miramar, Vagator
To the North of Goa lies Maharashtra and to the South and East lies Karnataka
Planning a holiday in Goa? Getting prior information on the main tourist attractions of Goa can help you plan your holiday in the best and most advantageous way. Goa is the land of sand, sun and festivities. Anyone who visits Goa cannot help getting drawn into the lively atmosphere of the place, its people and its celebrations.
Goa, the land of Sun, Sand and Sea, is globally famous for its several tourist attractions.