Apart from the sun, sea and surfing there are so many things those are included as tourist destination in Goa. The tourist attractions are including monuments, historical destinations, temples, churches and many more in Goa. Here is the list of attractions.
Religious Places in Goa
Most religious attractions belong to the sphere of Christian and Hindu faiths. The Goan temples are modern than the ones found in the rest of the country. Some of the well-known Goan temples include Anant Narsinha Temple, Mahalsa Temple, Mahalaxmi Temple, Manguesh Temple, and Ramnath Temple. However, Goa is more famous for it’s churches and cathedrals with some of the most famous churches in Goa being Se Cathedral, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Church of Our Lady of Miracles, and the Convent and Church of St Francis of Assisi.
Goa festivals include both the Hindu and Christian festivals along with Goa’s carnival, Christmas, New Year celebration, Diwali etc. Today Goa is a famous tourist hot spot for people across the globe. Split up into North and South districts, Goa packs in ample attractions of its own.
Weather in Goa
Goa’s climate is mostly tropical monsoon type and the destination’s location in the tropical zone combined with close proximity to the Arabian Sea has given it a hot and humid weather. So come to Goa during winter season to enjoy at your best.
Goa attractions includes the temples in Goa are the Saraswat temple, Mahalaxmi temple, Mallikarjun temple, Mahalsa Temple, Shantadurga Temple and many others.
The dynamic churches of the Portuguese reign like Chapel of St. Catherine, Church of Saint Francis of Assisi, Saint Cajetan Church, Saint Augustine Tower, Church of Our Lady Rosar and many alike really takes the heart of the visitors on their Goa trip. Popular attractions in this genre include Archives Museum Goa, Museum of Christian Art at Rachol, Museum of Goa Daman & Diu, ‘The Naval Aviation Museum’, and ‘The Bigfoot Art Gallery’ and many more. THe places like Cabo Palace, Chapora Fort, Marmagao Fort, and Terekhol Fort.