Goa demands a slightly different set of clothes and accessories. Here is a list of “what to carry and what to ditch”.
It makes better sense to travel light and have more backpacks and less suitcases when travelling to Goa. Even your little ones can carry lighter stuff in their tiny backpacks. Don’t worry about ruining the iron of your cotton clothes we provide iron box in our apartments.
Goa has tropical climate and casual chilled out attitude. Hence, it is easy to pack light for Goa as you do not need to carry any formal or woolen clothes or shoes.
Here are some tips to help you choose the right things to pack.
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Goa is famous for its beaches and old churches. Here is a list of 6 churches of Goa that you shouldn’t miss.
Imagine Goa and you will see either the beaches or its churches. Goa is defined by its churches.
The Goan population is 25% Christian. Though there are some proofs of Christianity in Goa before the Portuguese came here but building grand churches and Christian practices started only after the Portuguese conquest of Goa in 1510 AD. Majority of the then, Hindu population of Goa was converted by the Portuguese.
The Portuguese are gone, but the majestic churches remain and are still functional. Apart from the interesting (sometimes not so pleasant) history of Goa, you will also be fascinated by the art and architecture of the renaissance period displayed in the churches.