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Business class flights tickets to Goa

starts from £2108

The below mentioned displayed fares are based on historical data. The fares are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed at the time of booking.

  • AI
    LON London Airports 13 Dec 2021
    GOI Goa 28 Dec 2021
  • BA
    LON London Airports 13 Dec 2021
    GOI Goa 28 Dec 2021
  • QR
    LON London Airports 13 Dec 2021
    GOI Goa 28 Dec 2021
  • QR
    MAN Manchester 09 Dec 2021
    GOI Goa 30 Dec 2021

Useful information about Goa

goa beach

Swaying palms, sparkling sea, beautiful sun and powdery sand attracts about 2 million visitors annually makes Goa as one of the hottest beach destination in the world. This glorious slice of India hugging the western coastline and bounded by Arabian Sea, surely take away the breath of its visitors with its astonishing beauty and charm. Its laid-back attitude, scintillating nightlife, delicious seafood and musical carnivals makes it one of the alluring beach destinations of country. A former Portuguese colony, the state is blessed with over 105 Km coastline peppered with many beautiful beaches ranging from hippy hangouts to beautiful resorts that caters the need of its every visitor. If you want to enjoy the paradisiacal beauty then don’t wait, enjoy best deals on return Business Class flights to Goa starts from £2108 including all pre-payable taxes and charges and enjoy one of the fun-filled holiday trips of your life.

Why Go

Goa has plenty to offer and all that you need is just go and enjoy them. It is a complete holiday destination adorned with beautiful beaches, rivers, hills, wildlife, beautiful churches, great architecture, delicious food, scintillating nightlife, rhythmic music and amazing shopping opportunities etc. Undoubtedly the beautiful coastline which is decked with palm-fringed beaches is one of the main reasons to visit it. Scores of shacks serving delectable seafood and traditional Goan drink Fenny make a long beach party that everyone enjoys. The state was a Portuguese colony and its colonial past lingers on its historic buildings, churches, cathedrals, homes and mansions makes it a great destination to enjoy stunning Portuguese architecture. How can one forget the happening night parties that continue to draw young and old from all around the world?

Best Time to Visit

Best time to visit Goa is from late October to early April when climatic conditions are favorable. The peak tourist season to explore this beach holiday destination is from mid December to mid January for New Year parties and Christmas celebrations.Its world famous carnival held in late February or early March is again great time to enjoy fun-packed holidays.

Major Tourist Attractions

Goa has always been one of the major hot spots for travel connoisseurs.People travel from far and wide to this small state which is a direct mix of amazing activities, parties, beaches, nature and history. The best way to explore this breathtaking beauty is by hiring a motorbike or scooter. Fabulous beaches are one of the prominent reasons to visit it. Luxury resorts to makeshift huts, trance parties to live music performances, delicious sea food to shopping; it has something for its every visitor. The flea market of Anjuna beach is a major attraction of which is adorned with more than 500 stalls and is still growing. The Saturday night market and Mackie’s Night Bazaar at Arpora and Baga beach are also worth checking out. Another highlight of trip is spice plantation around Ponda. Tropical climate of state is ideal to grow spices and visitors can take guided tours to enjoy the picturesque scenery as well as know more about these spices.

Festivals and Events

Goa has religious mix of people and has number of holidays and festivals. This small sate of India was under the Portugal rule, Mughal rule and also has a tradition of its own thus resulted in a unique cultural amalgamation, which is evident from the festivals it celebrates. Some most celebrated festivals of this tiny little state include New Year, Christmas, Holi, Easter,San Joao, Shigmo, Old Goa Feast, Ramadan, Eid, Bonderam etc. which beliiong to different cultures and religions of this tiny little beach destination.