Goa’s known history stretches back to the third century BC, when it formed part of the Mauryan Empire, ruled by the Buddhist emperor.
Goa, for the purpose of revenue administration is divided into district viz. North and South Goa with headquarters at Panaji and Margao respectively. The entire State comprises 11 talukas.
Attractions in Goa
- Anjuna Flea Market
- Church of St Cajetan
- Dudhsagar Falls
- Shri Shantadurga Temple
How to get there
By Air: Dabolim is the main entry point for Goa lies at a distance of 29 km from Panaji near Vasco da Gama. Most domestic airlines operate to and from Goa.
By Rail: You can board trains from Delhi 1,874 km), Mumbai (490km), and Bangalore (430 km) to get to Goa.
By Road: Goa, Maharashtra, and Karnataka state transport corporations operate from the Kadamba bus stand at Panaji.