The smallest Indian state, Goa, is made of beaches and churches. Tourism in Goa is booming and people love the smooth white sand beaches surrounded by the Arabian Sea. Goa is among the most attractive places in India with scenic sunsets and tranquil waters. Of course to add a little adventure, Goa offers adventurous aquatic sports.
Candolim Beach lies right beside Calangute Beach surrounded by sparkling Arabian Sea water. It offers vast water sports options to its tourists like parasailing, paragliding, bumper rides, banana rides, surfing, jet skiing and catamaran sailing. It is the ultimate destination beach in Goa for anyone who wants to relax and rejuvenate but also for the adrenaline junkies out there.
Goa’s largest beach, Calangute Beach, is famed for its famous aquatic sports. Ranging from parasailing and jet skiing to speed boat riding and bumper rides, this North Goan beach has it all.
Also known as the Russian Beach, Morjim Beach is very famous because of the Olive Ridley Sea Turtles. There are a lot of animals inhabiting this area and the tourists can observe dolphins and other aquatic animals, watch birds like kingfishers and kites and enjoy a quiet, beautiful sunset with your loved ones.
Arambol Beach has a special side to it. It is famous for its bohemian aura which attracts a lot of international tourism and its water is a curious mixture of both freshwater and seawater. The beach offers underwater sports like snorkeling and scuba diving along with parasailing, banana boat riding and kayaking.
Lying south of Colva, Benaulim Beach offers a quiet and tranquil atmosphere to its tourists. It is known for its silent environment as opposed to other noisy beaches. With white sand and clear blue sea, this beach offers water sports. It offers Pele’s Water Sports which includes jet skiing, parasailing and banana boat rides.
Goa is the ultimate destination for anyone who needs a breather from reality. It has yoga facilities coupled with Ayurvedic massages and sessions to calm a person and distress.