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1: What is the best time to visit Goa?
Ans: The best time to visit Goa is from the middle of November to the middle of February, when the temperature falls from 20 ° C to 28 ° C and is known as the peak season of Goa. In this season, you will see the highest number of tourists due to the cool and pleasant weather, especially during Christmas and New Year.
Peak Season - November to March
Shoulder season - April and October
Low Season - May to September

2: Best place to enjoy nightlife in Goa?
Answer: Goa is a hub of parties, cruises, beaches, casinos and markets. Goa's nightlife is known for its rocking and vibrant hobbies that do not let its visitors sleep. Here is a list of available nightclubs in Goa.
Party Club: Club LPK, Club Tito at Baga Beach etc.
Beach Shocks: Bobby's Shack - Candolim Beach, Britos - Baga Beach, etc.
Bars and Pubs: Brito's on Baga Beach, Shores Bar and Guru Bar in Anjuna Beach etc.
Night market: Saturday market in Arpora beach, McKee's Saturday night market on Baga beach, etc.
Party Cruises: Overnight party cruises on the Mandovi River
Silent Noise Parties: Goa Specialties
Beech Waves: White Rock Beach in Wagator, Bamboo Forest in Anjuna, etc.

3: Best accommodation for Goa?
Answer: Generally we prefer North Goa for accommodation due to easy availability and convenient travel.
If you want to enjoy the nightlife, markets, busy streets and restaurants then go to North Goa.
And if you are looking for a luxurious and relaxing trip then South Goa can be a good option for you.

4: Which are the best places to visit in Goa?
answer: North Goa: Calangute Beach, Fort Aguada, Baga Beach, Anjuna Beach, Chapora Fort, Arambol Beach, Vagator Beach, Morjim Beach, Membos Calangute, Tito Calangute, Candolim Beach, etc.
Panaji: St. Cathedral, Querim Beach and Tirkol Fort, St. Cajetan Church, Bambolim Beach etc.
South Goa: Dudhsagar Falls, Butterfly Beach, Palolem Beach, Agonda Beach, Club LPK, Cavelossim Beach, Patnim Beach, Grand Island, Palolem Beach, etc.

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5: What activities to do in Goa?
Answer: Goa beaches offer a variety of activities such as scenic hiking and watersports activities such as jet skiing, boat rides, banana boat rides, parasailing, paragliding and more.
Baiga Beach: Parasailing, Jet Skibot Ride, Banana Riding, Bumper Ride, Bodyboarding, Kayaking, Paddleboarding, Knee Boarding, Speed ​​Boat Rides & Wakeboarding
Anjuna Beach: Parasailing, bumpy banana ride, snorkeling and jet ski ride
Grand Island: Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Dolphin Boat Safari & Fishing
Calangute Beach: Parasailing, Jet Ski, Banana Ride and Bumper Ride
Candolim Beach: Parasailing, bumpy banana rides, snorkeling, boat rides and jet ski rides
Wagator Beach: Parasailing, Jet Ski, Dolphin Sighting, Bumper Ride and Boat Ride
Arambol Beach: Parasailing, Jet Ski, Surfing, Bumper Ride and Banana Boat Ride
Morjim Beach: Flyboarding, Jet Ski, Surfing, Bumper Ride and Boat Ride
Miramar Beach: Parasailing, boat rides and dolphin-spotting
Ashwam Beach: Surfing, Paragliding, Windsurfing, Boat Ride and Jet Ski
Dona Paula Beach: water scooter riding, windsurfing, parasailing, water skiing, kayaking and sailing

6: Which are the best beaches to visit in Goa?
Answer: Best beaches in North Goa: Candolim, Baga, Anjuna, Calangute, Vagator, Morjim, Arambol, Sinkerim
Best Beaches in South Goa: Agonda Beach, Palolem Beach, Butterfly Beach, Kola Beach and Patnim Beach

7: Which is the nearest airport and railway station of Goa?
Ans: The main railway station is Madgaon and Vasco-the-Gama. These railway stations are well connected to major parts of the country. The state of Goa International Airport at Dabolim near Vasco de Gama is the only active airport connected to all major airports in India.

8: Can I rent a vehicle for tourist places in Goa?
Answer: A popular mode of transport in Goa is a motorcycle / scooty taxi. You can also rent a motorcycle / scooty and book a government operated taxi or vehicle. Ie from Goa itself. Can take GTDC or female taxi service
Rental vehicles are allowed here in Goa
Gear or non-gear bike basis 'per day'
Use pilot service (motorcycle rickshaw)
Auto rickshaw or taxi
E-bike
Scooter Rental Services
Scooty or bike
Bicycle

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9: What are the emergency numbers in Goa?
answer: Women Police Helpline: 1091
Ambulance: 108 All Goa
Senior Citizen Helpline: 1090
Child Helpline: 1098
Ambulance Helpline: 108

10: How many days are enough to travel to Goa?
Ans: To go to Goa you need at least 3 to 5 days. Originally Goa is divided into two parts, North Goa and South Goa. Place for two days North Goa, two days South Goa and one day to visit the local markets of Goa. This is enough to get the real attraction of Goa.

11: Can you smoke in Goa?
Answer Yes, smoking is allowed everywhere in Goa. However, some hotels and restaurants do not allow smoking. You can see their booking guidelines.