Things to do in Goa
Beaches and tropical surroundings make Goa an ideal place for fishing. Fishing can be enjoyed at various spots. While angling Goa, one can come across many interesting varieties of fish these include; salmon mullet, catfish rockfish, stingray varieties of fish these include; salmon, mullet, catfish, rockfish, stingray, guitarfish and the local barramundi.
Drive A Vintage Car:
Ashvek Vintage World is Goa first and only vintage car museum, which serves as the educational center. The showroom is situated in nuvem and displays preserved and restored vintage cars manufactured by Mercedes, Austin, Chevrolet Peugeot and Volkswagen. Some of the vehicles are available for hire and this money is reinvested into the maintenance of the cars 9 am -1 pm & 3 pm -6 pm (mon-sat).
Feel the wind blowing through your hair and the adrenaline pumping through your hair and the adrenaline pumping through your veins in this fast and furious sport. There are two main racing tracks furious sport. There are two main racing tracks in Goa, one in nuvem, south Goa and the other in Arpora, North Goa Arpora 4 pm 10 pm (Tuesday -Sunday).
Dolphin sighting trips have fascinated many international tourists. Shoot thrilling Dolphins somersaults on your camera as these gentle creatures play in gay abandon. Also get a glimpse of the country crafts, the fishing trawlers or the barges as they ferry iron ore to ocean-going vessels. Behold the only Portuguese Fortress of Aguada which is intact to this day. Dream as you chance upon the Millionaire’s Palace overlooking the Arabian Sea. Dolphins in Goa are mainly the Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin, where you are often able to view these dolphins from a close distance, swimming, jumping and frolicking in the warm, deep seas of Goa.
Try your luck at one of Goa’s casinos with popular games such as roulette and blackjack. Many of the casinos are land-based but there are some floating casinos on the Mandovi River. The casinos provide cultural entertainment onboard food and beverages.
Ayurveda literally means ‘science of life ‘. It is a form of alternative medicine in which herbs, massage and yoga are used instead of the traditional medicines of the western world. Ayurveda believes five great elements, namely earth, water, fire air and apace. The therapy focuses on prevention rather than cure and treatment centers can be found all over Goa. It is a great opportunity to spoil yourself and have a treatment or two.
Take a motorboat and cruise the canals of Cumbarjua to catch a glimpse of a crocodile. Cumbarjua canal is also known as ‘Crocodile Dundee’ and is Goa’s crocodile haven. The crocodiles are worshipped by the villagers in the belief that they will not attack humans. These benign reptiles usually live in freshwaters although they have adapted to the saline conditions of Cumbarjua canal.
Goans love to party and nightclubs are major attraction in Goa. It is a Chance for people to unwind, have a drink and release energy on the dance floor. Trance music is very popular, although a wide variety of music is played in clubs ranging from reggae to raga to Bhangra to salsa to samba to Rock & roll. Many clubs host theme nights which are great fun.
Goa’s 105-kilometer coastline provides an ideal location for water sports such as Snorkeling, scuba diving, water walking, jet skiing, banana boat rides, canoeing, boating, windsurfing and diving. Alternatively, defy gravity and fly high by parasailing in Goa ‘s clear blue sky.
Watch out Paris, London, New York and Milan, now Goa is producing clothes for the runway. Various designer shops and 18th June road in Panjim also check out the local markets and you will definitely pick up a deal.