Goa: Some Of The Best Hidden Gems In This Tourist State Of India


Goa attracts the most number of tourists in India. The state is known best for its amazing beaches, beautiful churches and Indo-Portugues culture of the people.

Written By Yashika Sharma | Mumbai | Updated On:

Goa might be the smallest state of India, but it definitely is the most popular tourist places in the country. The state provides the best amenities and the best environment to relax or have a blast with friends and family. Goa is famous for its beaches, churches and seafood. There are still many hidden gems in Goa that the tourists aren’t aware of. Some of these amazing spots are:

Palolem Beach

Courtesy- Goa Tourism website

While beaches like Baga and Miramar attract large crowds, the Palolem Beach is the destination for some chilled-out vibes and partying. The beach also offers dolphin spotting, which is a completely rewarding scene. The beach also has Silent Noise Disco, respecting the noise ban after 10 pm.

The state of Goa is majorly divided into North Goa and South Goa

Hollant Beach

Hollant Beach is also known as Issorcim. It is close to the Bogmalo beach. Nearby, there is the Chapel of Three Kings on the hill nearby on Velsao. The Hollant beach is known to have a beautiful sunset view.

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Savoi Plantation

Savoi Spice Garden is a unique destination in Goa. The place is famous for cultivating different kinds of spices, and they do that without adding any fertilizers or pesticides. It is one of the lesser-known places in North Goa and has a low tourist population. The calmness of the place and its connection with Mother Earth will give you an altogether different experience.

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Kakolem Beach

Kakolem Beach beach is just 7 kms away from the Cabo De Rama resort. The beach gives a beautiful view of the ocean and the sky. The beach is situated in South Goa and can be reached from National Highway 66 and also by boat. Kakolem Beach isn’t visited much, so if you want to relax in a quiet and calm place, along with scenic beauty, this is the destination for you.

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Galgibaga Beach

Courtesy- Goa Tourism website

Galgibaga beach or Galgibagh beach is located in South Goa in the Canacona region. It is also known as the ‘Turtle Beach’. The beach is used for turtle nesting. The whole northern section of the beach is for olive turtles saving and protection.

The months between November and March is considered the best time to visit Goa. The state can be reached through roadways and airways. Madgaon is a central railway station of Goa and very convenient. Visit these hidden jewels of Goa the next time you go for a tour in this amazing state.

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