Goa Tourism and Holidays: Best of Goa

Goa Tourism and Holidays: Best of Goa

Goa is an attractive beach destination and is very popular throughout the world. It came in the top ranked tourist destination for tourists coming to India. It’s entertaining and full of excitement. Goa Tourism is developing and appearing at an irregular pace and all thanks to the hard work promoting the Goa tourism department. This is a small state on the west coast and thousands of people visit this place every month from India and abroad.

This place is famous for its charming beaches, lush green plantations, important cities, waterfalls, charming rivers, lakes, historical monuments, rich museums, amazing fortresses, wildlife strikes, churches, tempting temples, and so on. Goa Tourism attracts tourists, tourists and honeymooners.

Beach

Go is famous for the beach you are looking for. The beaches are kissing with the sun, and the palm is fringed in appearance and ideal for all types of tourists. You can surf the beach, lie on the sand and can sunbathe in a fantastic way. You will enjoy enjoying fun sports and fun water activities such as cruises, scuba diving, water skiing, water scooters, fishing and fishing.

Temples

When it comes to religious Goa Tours, there are several Hindu temples here. They are worth your visit such as the Shantadurga Temple, Shri Mahalsa, Shri Manguesh Temple, and Shri Kamakshi Temple and so on. In this way you can enjoy loving and spiritual spiritual tourism here.

Church

Goa is a beautiful land that is valued for its stunning monasteries and churches. They are also listed in the UNESCO World Heritage site category. The Goa Churches are the best examples of Portuguese art and architecture. The churches that are definitely visited are St Anne’s Church, St Augustine’s Church, Our Lady of Immaculate Mary Immaculate Conception Church, St. Catherine’s Chapel, Church of the Holy Spirit, Lady …

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From the Hotel to the Path: Sights and Sounds of Charlottetown

From the Hotel to the Path: Sights and Sounds of Charlottetown

Prince Edward Island is one of the smallest provinces in Canada, located on the Atlantic Ocean close to Newfoundland, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. Tourists from New York, Maine and other northeastern American countries close to the border with Canada making it easier for fans of Anne of Green Gables located in the United States to make a pilgrimage to his birthplace, and its creators.

The historic sites

There is plenty to do in Charlottetown, but the most famous export from PEI is, without doubt, the fictional hero of Avonlea, the red-headed Anne. While staying at one of the many hotels in Charlottetown, take the opportunity to travel to the island to find the school building where Lucy Maud Montgomery teaches and other historic sites related to the author or character. The family home is still standing and continues to be occupied by a new generation of Montgomery. A performance is held annually at the Confederation Center for the Arts in July: ‘Anne and Gilbert,’ a story about their love. Visitors and locals await the return every year.

The Canadian Confederation is said to have begun in the capital city, so hotels in Charlottetown are well-positioned for visitors with an interest in the country’s history. Take a tour of the Provincial House and Founding House, perhaps as part of a guided tour. Other guided tours include a variety of historical information and ghost knowledge.

Food Festival, funfair plus a Jazz and Blues Festival

The past of Eastern Canada is rich and exciting, but so is now. Visit on time for a food festival, perhaps one that focuses on shellfish. Take time out of your regular running routine to stay in Marathon in October. August is busy with a funfair plus a Jazz and Blues festival. The culture here is rich …

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One Day Trip to Ooty – A Blast With Friends

One Day Trip to Ooty - A Blast With Friends

Last weekend was simply amazing for a lot of reasons, my friends and I set out for a nice road trip to Ooty, and since this little escape of ours was completely unplanned, it added to the entire excitement of the trip. Every little nasty thing that happened during the trip evoked much laughter as well as a little agony.

Setting Out on a Road Trip

Hailing from Kolkata and with the festive season on we were all feeling homesick and extremely low on morale. It was then that my friend suddenly came up with the idea of setting out on a road trip to this beautiful little hill station of Tamil Nadu and within an hour we decided to set out early-morning Saturday.

Ooty is situated at a distance of 284 km from Bangalore by road and the journey takes about eight hours, depending on the traffic and road condition. One can opt for the shorter route for which a diversion has to be taken at the Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary. This route goes through the small towns of Masinagudi and Kalhatti. This route cuts down the distance to Ooty by about 50 km.

The Route Trip

As previously decided one of my friends got his car and off, we were a happy pack of five friends. We left the house at 3:30 AM and moved ahead to avoid the hassles of traffic conditions. The route we took was Bangalore -> Mysore -> Bandipur -> Mudumalai -> Ooty.

Mysore being somewhere around 170 km from Bangalore, we reached the place at 7 in the morning and as our stomachs were grumbling with hunger, we decided to take a break here and have a hearty breakfast. We stopped at Hotel Dasaprakasham and enjoyed a typical south Indian fare with idly and …

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