Owing to the rise in per capita income and the trend of making it truly memorable, enjoying your honeymoon at an exotic location has become a popular culture. With sparkling beaches, great weather, lovely food, swaying nightlife and breathtaking beauty, Goa surely makes up for being one of the most romantic places in India. So before you move forward with booking any holiday tour packages for Goa, check out the reasons that make it an ideal honeymoon site.
Goa, the beach state is one of its kinds. Uttering the word flashes exciting and adventurous DJ parties, restaurants, shopping, and lots of food and drinks. Although Goa is popularly associated either with fantastic nightlife or a peace filled outing, it has also become a favourable honeymoon site for the newlyweds. After the tight wedding schedule, every couple wants weeks of peaceful time, before going back to the worldly affairs, and Goa promises to fulfil that wish. So, before you buy holiday tour packages, take a look at what makes Goa a great location for enjoying your honeymoon.
Goa is mainly divided into North and South region. The former might be cheaper but is filled with noise and crowd. Popular places like Calangute, Candolim, Baga and Anjuna and others forms up the Northern part. There are also few five-star hotels like the Taj Holiday Village, Marquis Beach Resort, and Vivanta by Taj in the area. South Goa, on the other hand, is quieter and filled with natural beauty. The region is also filled with several luxury hotels like the Leela Goa, Holiday Inn, Alila Diwa, The Lalit Golf and Spa, Radisson Blu, Zuri White Sands and the Grand Hyatt.
With a coastline of about 100 km, there are so many breathtaking things to do and see. The white sandy beaches of Goa is a great place to go for a relaxing hand in hand walk with your life partner. Embrace the beauty of splendid sunsets, and don’t forget to click some pictures too. Take a cruise on the Mandovi River, these are famous for their array of entertainment offerings and are an excellent way to unwind after the busy weeks of the wedding. You can also go on a nature walk in the lavishly, green spice plantations, or explore the wildlife of Goa. This would surely entice your partner is he/she is a nature lover. At the spice plantations, you can learn about the methods to create traditional spices (which can even come handy in your future kitchen!)
Shopping together at the flea markets will help you both understand each other. Goa is home to some of the biggest flea markets in the region and visited by tourists from all across the globe. Couples could find some cool stuff for their future home. After a day long of touring, you can sit back at a rooftop restaurant to enjoy the local flavours. Goa has a huge Portuguese impression on its food culture and it’s one thing couple shouldn’t miss at all cost. Ambot Tik, Arroz Doce, Chamuca and Kaju Feni are few of the things not be missed.