Goa offers a wide spectrum of options for the holiday traveller. Lie on a beach or climb a mountain, Explore history or night life, shop, party. Discover exotic places to stay and interesting things to do while you are there. Her beaches are legendary, and the prospect of sunny stretches of golden sand draws more than 2 million tourists to this state every year. The cuisine. Goa is noted for her irresistible, spicy and tangy cuisine, and there are plenty of eateries in all shapes and sizes that serve up authentic Goan meals.
Don’t Miss- Tiracol Fort, Fontainhas, Reis Magos Fort, Backwater Cruises, Dolphin Spotting, Dudhsagar Waterfall (monsoon)
Two-Wheelers: All you need is a two-wheeler to get around. The most popular way to commute, scooters and motorcycles are available for hire everywhere and come pretty cheap.
Motorcycle Taxis: If you plan to, say, spend long hours at the beach or are headed to a specific destination for the better part of the day, you may not want to hire a two-wheeler.
Ferries: Goa boasts many rivers and estuaries, and ferries will get you from one shore to the other. While the larger barges take cars to the other side, all of them take at least a two-wheeler, apart from locals, tourists, livestock and coconuts!
Trains: There are passenger trains aplenty passing through Goa. So if you need to get from North to South Goa in a hurry, check train timetables, buy a ticket and just hop on.
Autoriskshaws: These black-and-yellow three-wheelers are essentially a motorcycle with a couple of seats mounted at the back. They are a common sight in smaller towns and rural areas. An authorised means of transport, they usually ignore the meter. Make sure the price is right before you climb aboard.
Buses: There is no dearth of buses, both private and state-run, criss-crossing the state. If you’re planning to board a bus in Goa, brace yourself for a colourful experience!