Goa, the smallest Indian state, is famous for its beaches and trance parties. It has a mixture of Portuguese and Indian culture with preserved colonial structures. Travellers also visit this place for its adventure sports opportunities and colonial churches and even to uplift their souls through the power of yoga and meditation amidst the rich flora. The aroma and flavour of home-cooked food can be experienced in every street-side restaurant. The people here experience a tropical monsoon climate due to its location in the tropical zone.
Exploring Tourist Attractions
Dudhsagar Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in India, is located in the southern part of the state. They are at the peak during the monsoon season, when an enormous volume of water drops from a height of about 1017 feet, looking milky white. People can visit Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary, which lies near these waterfalls. It is rich in wildlife and has a number of historical and geological features within as well. If visitors are interested in exploring the architectural beauty of the state, they can take a glance at Se Cathedral. Tourists can choose to stay at a number of resorts like Ramada and Alila Diwa for a luxurious experience.
Commonly known as the City of Joy, Kolkata is a place with a prominent art and literature scenario. The former capital of British India, with the name, Calcutta, it is among the largest cities of the country with colonial-era architecture. It is also a major economic hub, consisting of big industrial plants and corporate houses. To taste the mild, fruity tang of Bengali food, people can visit the street-side restaurants. People here, are full of enthusiasm and passionate about art and literature. A tropical wet-dry climate is experienced in this cosmopolitan city. The best time to visit this wonderful place is between October and March. Continue reading “Explore The City of Joy while Staying at High-end Kolkata Hotels” »