Goa – where festivities never end
Goa is the smallest state of India, but is the most prosperous one. With a distinct period of time spent under the Portuguese colonial rule, the state absorbed it culture in its own way of life. Goa is the land of carnivals, where an ideal day is spent chilling in one of its pristine beaches, and the nights go by partying in the luxury cruises, betting one's luck in a casino, or getting hurled inside that podium of an international music festival.
Goa was first crowded by the hippies, who indulged themselves in an idyllic, trans-induced lifestyle by the shores of Arabian Sea. With 5 cities that are but the size of towns, the state has a lot in store. Book yourself a hot-air balloon flight in the Assoldola Ground, scuba dive through the coasts of Grande Island, go parasailing & banana-boat riding through the blue waters & explore the exotic marine life as you snorkel inside the crystal waters. You can even trek through the terrain of Udaan Dongor.
The Dabolim Airport in Goa receives flights from Mumbai, Kuwait, UAE, Sharjah,and more. Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Jaipur are also connected to this state by air. The Kadamba Transport Corporation connects Goa to the neighboring states, along with Mumbai & Pune. By rail, Goa is directly connected to to Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Mangalore, Kolkata, Kochi, Bangalore, Trivandrum, Chennai, Hyderabad, and more.