Things To Do In Goa in November and December
Things To Do In Goa in November and December

Goa is everyone’s favorite Travel destination, plan to overwhelm yourself with a true Goan experience this time around in December. Here’s your complete itinerary for Things To Do In Goa In December to make the most of your holiday in Goa in December!

Things To Do In Goa In December

Here I am going to list out some of the Things To Do in Goa in December.

  • The  Basilica of Bom Jesus, and Se Cathedral.

The Basilica includes the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. The church is located in Old Goa, which was the capital of Goa in the old days of the Portuguese government.‘ Bom Jesus ‘ literally, ‘Good (or Holy) Jesus’, is the name used for the newborn Jesus. The Jesus church is India’s first minor basilica and is supposed to be one of the best examples of Architecture Styles of India.

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  • Tambdi Surla Waterfall & Trek

Tambdi Surla is located in the region of Bhagwan Mahavir National Park. It is Located amidst nature, it is an excellent place. The complex carvings of the temple enhance the interior and sides of the temple. It is built by experienced craftsmen. Along with Lord Shiva, the temple has captivating figures of Lord Vishnu and Brahma. Tambdi Surla faces east so that the waves of the rising sun first fall on the idol.

  • Beach shacks/clubs, Shiva Valley or Curlies and Tito’s, Baga.

One of the oldest shacks in Anjuna, Shiva Valley is famous for the old-time hippie and alternative people and has superb views of the beach. Though the list is not too long, they have a bit of everything to meet their distinguished guests.

And we have Tito’s. Titos Lane, Saunta Vaddo, Baga. Do I need I say anything more!
  • Ingo’s Saturday Nite Bazaar, Arpora.

It was the idea of longtime Goa resident and entrepreneur, Mr. Ingo Grill, who came to India in the 1970’s and saw enormous potential in turning the hot, dust-infested Anjuna flea market into a nice, clean, excellent Night market.

Today, it is a pleasant little world in itself, affording exceptional services and products to both sellers and visitors as well as being Goa’s prime shopping goal.

  • Fort Aguada, and the lighthouse at the fort.

The fort was constructed in 1612 to safeguard against the Dutch and the Marathas. It was a connecting point for the vessels coming from Europe at that time. This old Portuguese fort rises on the beach south of Candolim, at the bank of the Mandovi river.

A freshwater spring within the fort produced water supply to the ships that used to stop by. This is how the fort got its name: Aguada, meaning Water. Crews of moving ships would often visit to provide their freshwater stores. On the fort stands a four-story Portuguese lighthouse, erected in 1864 and the distance of its kind in Asia. Built in 1612, it was once the grandstand of 79 cannons, a trench around the fort also protected it.

  • Ancestral Goa or Big Foot, Loutolim.

Ancestral Goa is the first of its kind in India, an Open-air Museum-cum-parkland spread over 9 acres representing the culture and tradition of rural Goa around 200 years ago, in the form of life-size statues and Constructions.

In this model village, one can also see different miniature houses that showcase popular occupation and social classes such as fishermen, drinks shops, Goan artisans, farmers, the village market, and a “Feni” and “Urak” distillery.

The Legend of the Big Foot: Anyone passing on it, pure at heart, will be blessed with good luck.

  • Fontainhas

In the middle of the Panjim city, Fontainhas rests simply over the bank the Ourem creek. It is an interesting old Latin quarter which has narrow roads and houses evoking the bygone era of Portuguese rule. The vintage houses with their typical blue Portuguese tiles, a smooth walk through the Fontainhas and a few minutes spent in front of the ancient chapel at one end is so clear that it might even bring you inner calm.

  • Sunset at Bogmalo Beach.

Bogmalo is a small beach-side village. Notwithstanding its small size, it has a range of service and places to eat. It is located in a small bay with about a mile of bending sandy beach which is usually very close. It serves from some wonderful sunsets.

  • Dudhsagar Falls

A weekend trip in June Month is too small to visit the Dudhsagar Falls as well saving you plan to take a train along the ‘Madgaon-Castle Rock-Londa track’ on your way to Goa, or back home.

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  • Watersports Activities

While you are visiting Goa for that entire weekend you might be searching for the Watersports in Goa in June which is famous here. Travel these best soul-pumping Watersports Activities in Goa in June to try in the wide oceans of Goa.

  • Scuba Diving.
  • Jet Ski.
  • Parasailing.
  • Ringo Ride
  • Water Ski.

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There is no doubt that Goa has been a favorite destination for all. 

Have a Great time! And Keep coming to Goa!