We all know which parties to go during night time or we have heard quite a lot of going to beaches and playing or maybe doing some water sports, but today we tell you the best things you can do in Goa during the day time as Goa is one of the most exciting place to visit in India. There is so much to do –
1. Go biking on this paradise island
Travel across the river by ferry to Chorao island from Ribandar road. There’s one every 15 minutes. The island is most known for the Dr. Salim Ali Bird sanctuary as well as its quaint white-washed village churches and old Portuguese houses. But, the real joy for a biker is in the sense of discovery you’ll have of an untouched paradise haven. You’ll be surrounded by the lush greenery of verdant fields and overhanging trees as you take roads that meander and dip. The small island does give you a sense of being lost once you set off down its roads but eventually you’ll spot someone who will be more than willing to help with directions. Ride across the island to the jetty that has the ferry to Divar island and from there, you can head back to the mainland via Old Goa. This is also a great cycle route for adventurous cyclists with stamina.
2. Try out Kite Surfing in Goa
Kite-surfing is an extreme sport and requires some training beforehand, if you haven’t tried it before. From October to May, there are beginner’s courses as well as certified courses conducted at Montego Bay beach village on Morjim beach, subject to wind conditions. Adventure junkies will love this water-based challenge.
3. Have all day breakfast
Located in the heart of Panjim’s Latin quarter is the Caravela cafe, bistro and home-stay, a quaint newly opened place that has already become a popular choice for locals to drop in after Sunday mass to grab a coffee or enjoy a laid-back breakfast. It’s got a cosy ambiance with a smattering of a few tables against a modest backdrop of wall murals and local ceramics dotted around the place. The vegetarian breakfast option is INR 180 and INR 250 for the all-day.
4. Go on a Crocodile boat trip
Do you want the thrill of seeing a crocodile up close? Try a boat trip to see mugger crocodiles basking in the sun along Goa’s Opa River or the brackish waters of Cumbarjua canal, which connects two of Goa’s largest rivers – the Mandovi and the Zuari.
5. Have the best Goan Fish Thali ever
There’s no doubt that Anandashram Hotel is a Goan institution that’s been visited by local lunch-goers for decades. The Goan fish thali costs INR 150 and includes kismoor – a coconut and prawn preparation popular with locals – as well as a tasty, fried version of the catch of the day. You can also get non-veg preparations on the menu, from Biryani to local seafood curries. This is where one goes for authentic Goan flavor. Just don’t be put off by communal seating, quick service, Formica tables and plastic chairs.