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The history and geography of Goa are evenly soaked in richness. Despite being a tourist’s retreat, it has not lost its touch with its essential moral values…..

Goa is on western side of India. The Sahyadari Ghats are to the east, the Arabian Sea is on West, Maharashtra to North and Karnataka borders Goa on the south and east.


The weather in Goa is pleasant and dry. A monsoon season lasts from June to September.

The average temperature varies between 23 degrees Celsius and 32 degrees Celsius. From October to February, the climate is very hot. Humidity increases from mid-March.

The right time to be and in Goa is during the months of February and March as it’s the festival season there. Streets come alive with music, dance, music, historical plays, floats and processions.

How to reach

Road: Goa is well connected with a network of roads throughout the state and other major cities.

Rail: The Konkan Railway links Vasco with major cities in the country.

Air: Dabolim Airport, 30 km from Panaji in India.