Goa is much much more than just sun, sand and sea. Although part of the mainland, Goa is very distinct from the rest of India. The glistening sands, swaying coconut palms and fishermen mending their nets to the sounds of the mando already differentiate this jewel from the rest of the country, but when you start including the kaleidoscope of religions and cultures this small Indian state has to offer, you suddenly realize how much there is to see and do for all age groups.
Area: 3660 sq. km
Population: 1.3 million
Languages: English, Konkani, Marathi & Portuguese.
Religion: Hindu, Christian & Muslim