Goa, a state of India and an offshore island, is located on the country’s southwestern coast. Goa was formerly a Portuguese possession and became a part of India in 1962. With Goa’s high temperatures in the 80°F and low temperatures in the 70°F , this makes the experience of Goa a memorable one!
Goa is known as the party capital of India. There’s an impressive night life, adventurous market places, historic buildings in the north, and breath-taking beaches and resorts in the south. Many natives of Goa hold Portuguese last names, due to the Portuguese colonial era. Additionally, Konkani, Marathi, and English are the languages commonly spoken. The natives a generally a diverse people with a mixture of Christians, Hindus and Muslims. Thus, there are mosques, Roman Catholic Churches, and shrines situated in-land.
Let’s dive into more photos in-land!!!!
By: William Fabyan (Writer/Editor)