India is a country with so much to offer. Why not visit Goa, a state in Western India with beautiful coastlines stretching along the Arabian Sea. With its preserved 16th Century churches and area’s full of tropical spice plantations where there is no pollution to be found. Let’s not forget the glamorous beaches as Goa is very well known for it, like Baga, a seaside town in Bardez where thousands of tourists visit the beach annually. Or Palolem a beach village located in Canacona in the South of Goa. This is a large beach where local fisherman and foreign tourists live along the shore in shacks or the main village itself.
There are many different churches spread all around Goa, one of the main attracted churches is The Our Lady of Immaculate, a Conception Church located in Panjim, where it conducts mass every day in English, Konkani and Portuguese. Or The Basilica of Bom Jesus where it’s holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier.
Visit Kerala, a state on India’s tropical Malabar Coast, far from the Arabian Sea shoreline. It is known for its precious palm-lined beaches, its crystal backwaters and a network of canals that is known to be popular for our cruises. It has a variety of upscale seaside resorts and it is a part of the Western Ghats, a mountain range that runs parallel to the western coast of the Indian peninsula. Let’s not forget the spice plantations and the abundant native wildlife that lives within the mountain range.
Why not take a tour to the Fort Kochi, which is also known as the ‘Gateway to Kerala’. This Fort is a spectacular city that has had an eclectic influence, different languages from all around the world, Arabs, British, Dutch, Chinese and Portuguese have all made their marks there. The fort itself is popular for the Architecture and the historical sites as it attracts most visitors to come to this area
Take an adventure up the Bright green mountain Wayand, a region that stretches along the Western Ghat, it has such beautiful scenery, bright thick forests and flossy fields. It’s such an adventure due to the natures of the terrain. It’s not just the nature, it has popular attractions for tourism like the Chembra Peak and Meenmutty falls, old Jain temples, Edakkal Caves, wildlife spotting at Muthanga and the Tholpetty Wildlife sanctuaries.
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