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Goa on Shoestring Budget! Things to do for Free!
Goa with sand-kissed beaches, affordable accommodation and inexpensive delicious sea food is truly a
backpacker’s hub. There are plenty of places to visit in Goa that cost you nothing and you can be assured
of a great holiday even if you're travelling on a tight budget. From discovering Goa's cosmopolitan past
through its grand churches and forts to discovering its rich wildlife, here are a few ways to experience
Goa absolutely free of coast. Plan a Goa Trip this winter for exotic vacations.
1.The beaches of Goa- From Arambol Beach in the North to Canacona Beach in the South, the sun
always kissing the sand, these are the endless stretches of beaches of Goa. You can go for a
swim in the sea to cool off as often as you’d like. Collect some shells as souvenirs to take home
and wind up your day by watching the sun set. It’s all yours without spending a penny!
2.Churches- One of the oldest chapels in Goa, Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church is
one of the most prominent landmarks of the Panaji. Church of Bom Jesus, dedicated to one of
the patron saints of Goa, St. Francis Xavier is the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other historical
and architectural churches in Goa including Se Cathedral, one of the largest churches in Asia
dedicated to St. Catherine; Church of St. Francis of Assisi dating back to the 1600s are worth
3.Waterfall- Dudhsagar Falls lies on the border between Goa and Karnataka, where you can go to
take a refreshing dip and explore its picturesque surroundings. At a height of 310 meters, this
milky white waterfall is very popular attraction for tourists.
4.Forts- There are numerous remains of rugged forts along Goa’s coast and rivers. The most
famous of them is Fort Aguada, located next to the Candolim beach. You can also visit on the
walls of the Chapora Fort and look out over the Chapora River.
5.Wildlife- Take an early morning walk on the pathways of the beautiful Cotigao Wildlife
Sanctuary and you are likely to spot a variety of flora and fauna. Enjoy another side of nature in
Goa by taking off on a scenic walk and trek to explore the forests of Mollem National Park
around Dudhsagar Falls or make your way to Krishnapur Canyon through Bhagwan Mahavir
So, while you’re in Goa you can get free sunshine, free sand and free surf on its beaches and much
more! India’s most popular beach destination, Goa attracts tourists all year round. If you have your
heart set on holiday in Goa, but are on a tight budget, Check out our ‘Goa holiday Tour Package’ for
amazing services and deals.