Goa is well known as a holiday destination and is particularly known for its wonderful beaches. What is not so well known is that Goa is much more than a backpackers destination with a beach shack culture. It is now becoming increasingly appreciated for its boutique hotels set away from the tourist hot spots, either on the beach or inland amongst the paddy fields and spice plantations. It is these hotels, together with the unique cuisine, the history and culture that we are excited to offer you.
This small, former Portuguese colony has a rich cultural heritage that sets it apart from the rest of India, in fact it only became part of the Indian Union in 1961 well after India gained its independence from the British in 1947.
Main Cities: Panjim
Airports: Goa Interrnational
Local Language: Konkani and Marathi
To experience the unique Indo-Portuguese culture, food, architecture and wonderful boutique places to stay both by the fabulous beaches and inland villages.
There are two distinct seasons in Goa:
November to May is hotter and there is almost no rainfall.
June, July, August and into September it is cooler with substantial amounts of rain.