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8 days & 7 nights

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Sun kissed beaches, soulful breeze, vibrant nightlife, mouth-watering seafood, even casinos; you name it and Goa has it. This tiny state boasts of a unique mixture of rich colonial history and architecture with its enticing native culture and coastal scenes. Even after so many years, Goa has not lost its charm and attracts about 2.5 million visitors from world wide. Quite an intriguing fact, if we keep in mind that Goa's indigenous population is just 1.5 million. Welcome to a paradise. Here, I have given you a three day itinerary for Goa which I hope you would love to follow. So go ahead and read on. Start your trip by going on a beach-hopping expedition on day one and day two as there are many of them to visit and each one of them are equally beautiful and has its own unique charm. By far, the quirkiest one of them all, Arambol is known as a hippie's haven. A large number of performers make it all the more endearing. Leave this one for the last, in the evenings or late afternoon. The place is best visited at this time. Below is a list of the other beaches that you should not miss out on. Given the number of them, and the unique characteristic of each shore, it will quite easily take the whole day to traverse them. Anjuna Beach:Arguably the most visited beach in Goa with a picturesque coconut grove in the backdrop and a famous flea market in the vicinity and Palolem Beach: This is a very serene beach, quite contrary to the colorful and vibrant Calangute. A must see for a touch of solitude and peace. Go Jet-skiing - sure to provide you an exhilarating experience. The best time to go for this adventure sport is from September to March, and your timing could not be better. Jet-Skiing Sites : You can take up the sport in the beaches of Colva, Calangute, Candolim, Miramar, Arossim, Benaulim, Utorda, Rajbaga and Mobor. Club Cubana, Goa For nightclubs you can visit Club Cubana which is located on top of a cliff with a swimming pool open at nightIt offers a great view and boasts of an awesome ambience, entertaining R&B and Hip-Hop music topped with terrific cuisine. The nightlife scene here is popular and happening. After these site seeing you can again go and explore the rest of the beaches in Goa starting from Colva Beach: This little patch of paradise brings about the very best of coastal beauty challenged in the Goan land by perhaps only the Calangute. Pride of Salcete, this is a must see locale. Calangute and Baga Beach: The Calangute is known as the Queen of all Goan beaches. If you are talking about must-see, this place comes first. These beaches were the favorite haunt of hippies even a few years ago. A government crackdown as stopped the trance flow but you can still feel the rhythm flowing sometimes. For lunch/ dinner, you can try a special place. Established in 1932, situated right on the sea, and with excellent food ensuring the place is always full, Souza Lobo's is a must-visit on Calangute beach. It has been serving some great fresh seafood in Goa for the past 78 years and is preferred by locals, tourists and celebrities alike. For the club hoppers we would suggest another nightclub for today which is one of the most famous place in entire Goa, Tito's Nightclub. It is the local legend of Baga beach and is the most popular beach pub of Goa. It is an open air pub and the 1980s rock music is enough to get the night started. They have different themes for different days of the week. The pub is centrally located to all other popular nightspots in Baga The third day till seventh day in Goa can be dedicated to exploring Old Goa and the remnants of the colonial times. Start off with a visit to Fontainhas - the old Portuguese neighborhood in Goa. They're bright, colourful, quiet, peaceful and most of all, retain it's old world charm. Essentially this is where you'll get a feel of Goa's colonial past. Fontainhas is a must stop for any offbeat locale lover and the fact that is conveniently tucked away in Panjim makes it even more doable. Next stop is Keri - a village in Goa known for its Ayurveda. Located about 8 kms from the centre of Ponda, it makes for a nice experience to explore this village. Away from the hustle bustle of the city, the typical Goan rural architecture is worth looking out for. The scenic natural surroundings adds to the charm. For the later half of the day, start from Se Cathedral and go on a religious and cultural trail, to many monasteries, cathedrals, monuments, nunneries like the legendary Nunnery of Santa Monica (the only nunnery in Goa, built on the likes of a fortress), Ruins of Church of St. Augustine and the many shrines that pop up at every nook and corner - a backpacker's dream come true. For lunch/dinner you can check out Cajis Place Bar & Restaurant, they have fantastic service and with that, come their juicy steak and fresh fish, all cooked and prepared at high standards. And the prices are really reasonable restaurant too. Sit back in the relaxed atmosphere this place has to offer and dig in to the fantastic food. The night can come to an end by spending your time in one of the most vibrant nightclubs in Goa -Cocktails and Dreams. It is a good Bar and restaurant in Baga with a lively atmosphere. Other places to visit are ;Butterfly Conservatory Of Goa, bathe an elephant at Tropical Spice Plantation as well as visit the Anjuna Flea Market where you can do some cheap shopping. You can also get a good massage done in any of the Goan beaches where people roam around the beach to give massages to the visitors and tourists. Feel your pulses racing with the mind-boggling music at the exceptional beach club of Goa-Mambos. Enjoy your night in the open air club which happens to be the most happening club of Goa. With the international DJs belting out their best tracks, enjoy the fusion of retro and trance music. The club is usually crowded on the weekends. Get dressed in smart casuals but avoid wearing shorts. Fish Fry Yummy! You can also visit one of the best restaurants in Goa for a quick bite for lunch / dinner. Sea Pebble Restaurant which has some excellent seafood. Definitely try out their prawn masala fry - one of its must haves. It has an excellent views of the Arabian Sea and the waves and the pompfret as well as the crumb fried mullet are chef's recommendations. The service is known to be winning but do not expect the interiors and decor to be much more than basic. Wildlife Sanctuaries Goa India isn't just all about beaches and churches. The state's location along the mountainous Western Ghats is home to an array of birds and animals. Around 20% of Goa consists of wildlife sanctuaries. They're open all year round, although October to March are the best months to visit. The two main sanctuaries are Bhagwan Mahvir (of which Mollem National Park is a part) and Cotigao. On the fringe of the Mollem National Park you'll find the imposing Dudhsagar Falls, where the water rages down from a huge height during and just after the monsoon season.Arvalem Caves Just passing the town of Sanquelim, there is a detour road leading towards Arvalem Caves. These caves from the 6th century, are quite small, with no articulate sculptures or paintings. The origin of these caves is uncertain, some believing them to be of Buddhist origin, although the presence of lingas does not justify this statement claiming them to be of Brahmin origin. They are also claimed to be known as the Pandava caves, signifying the reign of Pandavas here during their 12 year exile as described in the Mahabharata. The shafts of the four carved lingas inside the cave resemble to those found at the famous Elephanta and Ellora caves. The Arvalem caves are very much patterned in the Buddhist cave style, rock cut into laterite stone, with the sanctuary at the northern end and the vihara at the southern end. The claim of the caves being of Buddhist origin is a justified statement, mainly due to the discovery of a huge Buddha statue nearby and a 4th century Buddha head found in the Mhamai Kamat house now installed in the Goa State Museum.