Goa Hotels India
There is a lot more to Goa than just beautiful beaches and warm seas, there are many architectural splendours such as churches and temples. Visitors can really enjoy the laid back approach as they relax in the natural beauty of Goa.
You must obtain a Tourist visa to visit Goa (before departing the UK). Full details and restrictions can be found on the Indian High Commission website. Please note that as most flights to Goa operate overnight, and arrive the next day, you may wish to consider this when booking the first night and duration of your accommodation.
Mrs S Smith, Luton
|1st Dec 2013|
|Don Joao Hotel|
|Superior Double Or Twin|
|Bed & Breakfast|
Anjuna beach has something for everyone. Plethora of beach bars, reasonably priced food and drinks. Life is spectacular as you people watch from your sun lounger. Cows meander across the sandy beach, dogs find shade under loungers. You may get hassled by some indigenous folk who want to sell you their wares or offer a massage, but a flat firm no is understood. If you get up early on a Wednesday you can walk along the beach to Tantric and get access to Anjunas busy 2 kilometre market. Expect to haggle and find peace and calm in the shaded Tibetan market areas. Enjoy.
Ms V Zekoniene, Portsmouth
|27th Nov 2012|
|La Vaiencia Hotel|
|Double Or Twin|
|Bed & Breakfast|
Morjim is relaxing resort for couples and those that wish to retreat from the hustle and bustle from Candolim to Baga. However Morjim is central via transport to Candolim and Arpora beaches. Moped/jeep/taxi/bus needed to access all areas. All accessible from La Vaiencia resort.
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