Goa is known for many things. And that being said, it’s easy to get carried away. The land of beautiful beaches, breathtaking sceneries, and rich heritage has a lot more to offer. Before the end of 2018, we have a task for you. Make sure you experience at least two of these things from our ultimate bucket list of stuff you can do in Goa.
Try para-sailing and other water sport activities
The best way to enjoy the beauty of the beach is by taking to some thrilling water sports. The options are endless. Para-sailing, sunset cruises, snorkeling and diving, kayaking, scuba-diving, windsurfing, water skiing, etc, there are so many you can choose from.
For those who are afraid of the needle, this one is for you. Join in the tattoo frenzy with a temporary henna tattoo. The tattoo artists use skin-friendly black henna and stencils for a quick, pain-free tattoo.
Visit the flea market
No trip is complete without a little shopping. The flea markets will provide you with a kaleidoscope of artifacts, knick-knacks, shell work, trinkets made of stones and corals, jewelry etc.
Let seafood dominate your plate
The food scene in Goa is heavenly and you just can’t leave without indulging in some seafood. You can opt for our seafood platter or choose from the other fishy options in our menu. It is nom, nom, delicious!
Onshore or offshore, a sure shot thing to do is to experience the luxury casinos in Goa. Try your luck at the slot machines, as well as the electronic gaming tables for Baccarat, American Roulette, and Blackjack.
Many tourists patiently wait their turn for a chance to cruise along the River Mandovi during sunset and sundown. Along with the breath-taking view, you may expect food and great entertainment on these cruises.
Party all night
It is a well-known fact, that Goa is the party hub of India. Make the most of your holiday and party into early morning hours. Meet new people, make new friends, hangout and party like there’s no tomorrow.
That sums up our bucket list for 2018. If there’s anything else that you’d like to add, feel free to drop a comment. Also, if you’ve adopted part of our bucket list we’d love to hear your stories.