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Price and Availability Index in Goa
Holiday Letting Price Information in Goa
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Goa. The most expensive dates to travel to Goa are in January (25/01 - 01/02). Holiday letting prices go down to £53 per night in February (08/02 - 15/02).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Goa
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Goa (in %). Be careful if you plan to go to Goa in February, as it is the busiest week of the next 6 months (08/02 - 15/02). The week with the most available holiday lettings is in April (27/04 - 04/05), with 95 of the vacation rentals available.
The Weather in Goa
Above are the weather conditions for Goa. The highest average temperatures are in the month of December. However, temperatures can go lower than 0° in Goa in October. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is January.
Head to the beach in India with Goa holiday lettings
Located in western India is the tiny, by Indian standards, state of Goa. It's famous for its stunning beaches like Arambol and Candolim, as well as a wealth of galleries, museums, and cultural attractions. A Goa beach hut will put you at the heart of the action and let you experience everything from the food to history from a delightfully authentic type of accommodation in Goa.
Eating and Drinking in Goa
The state of Goa serves a range of Indian food from all across this vast country. However, the local diet of rice and fish curry is the most commonly found dish. High-end restaurants to beach huts will all serve this delicious local staple which, despite being cheap, is truly sensational in terms of flavour. The food also has a Portuguese flair due to the district's imperial past. This is clearly visible in dishes like kingfish in garlic and prawn balchao.
A general rule of thumb is to avoid the fancy restaurants and eat in the shacks and local places – it's where you'll find the best quality cuisine and pay the least for it. Some of the best restaurants in Goa to check out are Souza Lobo Bar & Restaurant in North Goa, Starlight and Bob's Inn.
Art and Culture in Goa
Step outside your Goa accommodation and you'll be greeted by an excellent range of cultural attractions and museums. Panaji is the capital of the state and where you'll find the largest concentration of museums. The Goa State Museum and the Goa Science Centre and Planetarium are not to be missed, the latter of which is fantastic for children.
If you're interested in religious buildings then the Bom Jesus Basilica and Church of St Francis of Assisi are sure to delight. The main religious site in the area is the Shree Manguesh Shantadurgai Prasanna Temple, a glorious structure that's well worth a visit. There are many local shops selling a range of eclectic items; from hand-painted ceramics to fine wines and cashew nuts. Take time to explore the local stores, many of which are reasonably priced and sell quality goods.
There is a whole lot more to explore beyond Goa; from bustling Mumbai to the majestic Taj Mahal, your options are truly endless. Most travellers enjoy a trip to Gao alongside another destination elsewhere in India, using Goa as a place for relaxation in, what can otherwise be, a frenetic country. Getting around India by train is an authentic and cheap way to reach many destinations. However, for covering extensive distances flying is advised due to the size of the county.
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