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More than just nightlife and beaches, Goa is home to food, sweetened with colonial architecture and Portuguese heritage

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Goa

Goa

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The state of Goa, in India, is famous for its beaches and places of worship, and tourism is its primary industry. Tourism is generally focused on the coastal areas of Goa, with decreased tourist activity inland. Foreign tourists, mostly from Europe, arrive in Goa in winter whilst the summer and monsoon seasons see a large number of Indian tourists. Goa handled 2.29% of all foreign tourist arrivals in the country in 2011

Goa is visited by large numbers of international and domestic tourists each year for its beaches, places of worship and world heritage architecture. It has rich flora and fauna, owing to its location on the Western Ghats range, a biodiversity hotspot.

Resorts

Resorts

GOA

FLB Resorts Bay 15

Situated on the Western coast of India, with the most happening nightlife and a history of over 300 years, Goa brings out the effect of being a Portugal colony in the best way possible. Known as the city of churches, the vibrant colours in the streets, the lush green surroundings and such a positive ambience, the difference in the lifestyle of the city can be seen from the distance. Goans take a lot of pride in their laidback lifestyle and their traditional villages. Bay 15 is a resort situated on the Odxel Beach, close to central Goa. Just two kilometers from Dona Paula, the place is just 10-minutes-drive from Panaji. Not situated in the hearts of the city, the resort is in close connectivity to all the bustle of those touristy spots and yet is so serene in its seclusion. The resort has around 15 wooden chalets, capable of affording 30 people at once. Located on the beachfront, amidst the coconut trees, the chalets are fully equipped, with TV, AC, Minibar, Tea coffee maker and Safe deposit box.
  • Television
  • Swimming Pool
  • Taxi Service
  • Tea/ Coffee Maker
  • Room Service
  • Air Conditioning

Goa

Baga Hideout, Goa

The sand and the waves of the palm-fringed beaches, the famous nightlife, and of course, the Portuguese architecture – the reasons to visit Goa are endless. India is, and has always been one of the most captivating tourist destinations in the world and it takes something special for a place to stand out like Goa does. Goa, thriving on its Portuguese heritage and culture which is seasoned perfectly with spirituality, the sun, beaches and the waves, manages to stand out – the place is nothing like any place you have visited in India. Food is an integral part of the culture of Goa. The scent of spices and the flavors that can’t be experienced anywhere else in the country will just add that much more to your trip – whether it is a simple red sauce or an extravagantly prepared fish curry, your taste buds will be influenced here. Parties. Goa’s very own unspoiled Culture. Rivers. Beaches. Combine all these with a homestyle cooking and FLB Resort’s hospitality and you get Baga Hideout.
  • Television
  • Tea/ Coffee Maker
  • Room Service
  • Swimming Pool
  • Taxi Service
  • Doctor on Call

Activities

Activities

Scuba

Scuba

You are a beginner and don’t know how to swim. You only have little time, but Deep Sea Diving is on your adventure list. Our dive professionals will give you a safe and comfortable “once-in-a-lifetime” underwater scuba experience in both Goa. Sink beneath the surface and discover a whole new world!

You will be provided with the necessary scuba gear.

Jet Skiing

Jet Skiing

Experience Jet Skiing at Siliserh Lake, a beautiful lake having clear sprawling waters, situated in the lap of the Aravalli Hills.

What to Wear:

Wear a wetsuit or light sunproof shirts with slacks and floaters as footwear.

What to Expect:

Siliserh Lake is 7 km in length. The lake offers Jet Skiing at a minimal price of 600 INR per person. Surrounded by hills, the lake enjoys a scenic view from every angle.

What to Carry:

  • Waterproof Pouches for phones, wallets, maps, etc.
  • An extra pair of clothing
  • Sunglasses
  • Dry Bag
  • Gloves
  • Tour Jackets
  • Camera (preferably a waterproof one)
  • Towel
  • Water Bottle
  • Identification Proof
  • A Whistle

Dos and Don’ts:

  • Always wear a Life Jacket, however experienced or trained you may be at swimming
  • Wear a Watercraft Helmet
  • Never drink or get intoxicated before riding on a jet ski
  • Keep a safe distance from other jet skis or boats
  • Don’t Speed-up much
  • Stay Alert

Refrain from using the waves left back by motorboats as ramps or launching points