Looking more like the Havana, Phuket or Hawaii, Goa attracts as much tourists as other maritime cities in February. have fun or silence under palm shadows; with sun, sand, sea spray and seafood; beaches, beaches and more beaches, Goa, a little state with so much soul that your best holiday memories are probably going to be from here. Beach holiday paradise, honeymoon heaven, family fun zone – Goa serves different things to different people.
Get ready to be astonished what this small state in India, Goa can offer you during February. As the weather is cold and freezing in most of our homelands, Goa has an average temperature of 89°F/32°C which turns it into a perfect paradise to travel. Goa’s irrefusable appeal lies in its 105km long coastline divided by headlands, rivers, estuaries and bays into 40+ beautiful beaches. Palm-fringed, rimmed by rocks, abutting rivers, outlined by laterite cliffs or approached through a tangle of vegetation, each beach is unique whether its sand is soft silver or coarse golden.
The easy going, relaxed air conjures up the magic to make Goa one of India’s major tourist destinations, attracting over a million visitors annually, three quarters of them from overseas. Visitors are drawn to Goa for its joy of living and its warm and friendly people.
Adventure enthusiasts may like to participate in numerous water sports at the popular Calangute, Baga, Anjuna and Vagator beaches. (Scuba diving, jet skiing, para-sailing, motorboat and water-scooter ride or a cruis)
If you’re not into adventure, take a walk on the beach, or just sit and relax as you enjoy spectacular views of sun set. Shop till you drop at the Wednesday market on the Anjuna beach. Souvenirs like handicraft items, decorative candles, wood carvings, gems and jewellery,colourful sarongs with nature inspired designs can be found.