Enjoy group tours to Goa, where you can have fun with a group of friends on the beautiful golden sands of Goa's beaches. Get together in a group and enjoy beach volleyball, water polo and surfing. Build sandcastles, race each other on the beach and join a pulsating beach party on Group Tours to Goa.
The balmy weather, the warm sea breeze gently blowing across the beaches, the colonial buildings, the delicious sea food, the mellow taste of cashew wine or Feni to wash it down - Goa offers tourists many pleasures and these pleasures are sure to be enhanced when you enjoy on them as a group, on Group tours to Goa.
Wander through the greenery, where rivers and streams enter into the sea, paddle in the bays and inlets, enjoy sightseeing around the historic churches and buildings of Goa, built by the Portuguese rulers of this state and of course soak in the sun on the glorious beaches of Goa. You're sure to leave with warm memories of Group Tours to Goa.
Calangute Beach: The most famous of Goa's beaches, Calangute beach extends for 7 kilometers of sand. Stretching along the North Goa coast Calangute beach is loved by people of all ages. The attractions of this beach include food and trinket stalls very near Calangute Beach.
Dona Paula Beach: A well-known beach, Dona Paula Beach is believed to be named after a young daughter of a Portuguese offical. The young girl took her own life when she was not permitted to marry the man she loved. Also called Lover's Paradise, Don Paula Beach offers tourists many water sports activities.
Anjuna Beach: Less than 20 Km from Panaji, Anjuna beach, was famous in the 1970's for its beach parties. The beach raves continue in Anjuna, though the hippies are no longer present. The Wednesday weekly flea market is an evergreen attraction.
Colva and Benaulim Beaches: At a distance of 20 km from Panaji, Colva and Benaulim beaches are more peaceful than the beaches near Panaji. With a length of 20 Km, Colva beach is the longest beach in Goa. Beach stalls on Colva Beach offer tourist souvenirs of their Group Tour to Goa.
Vagator and Chapora Beaches: At a distance of about 24 km from Panaji, Vagator and Chapora Beaches are quiet and restful. The nearby Portuguese which is 500-years old, is a picturesque sight and worth visiting on your Group Tour to Goa.
Palolem Beach: Palaolem Beach in South Goa, is also called Paradise beach. You can see Dolphins swimming in the Arabian Sea and leaping and playing in the water on Group Tours to Palolem Beach.
Agonda Beach: Agonda Beach in south Goa, is a beautiful isolated beach lined by palm trees. The Cabo de Rama Fort nearby is an interesting ruin to explore on Group Tours to Goa.
Please note that there are no nude beaches in India and nudity may offend local customs.