Goa, situated on the west coast of India, is one of the most delightful states in India. Formerly a Portuguese colony, it is endowed with variety of attractions, like palm pronged beaches, miles of golden sands, lush green country-side, an incredible mosaic of cultural heritage, magnificent churches, temples, forts and monuments and a unique cultural synthesis of the east and west.

With its tropical climate, Goa is a tourist’s destination for all seasons. Goa’s cities are impressively individual. The capital, Panjim (Panaji), for many, hast the edge over many cities in the country.Replete with colonial architecture, the city is known for its vibrancy that attains its pinnacle in the annual Goa Carnival festival.

Although the season is all round the year, the most popular timing to visit Goa is after the summer and monsoon i.e. October to March.

Temperature:
Summer: 43-23 C
Winter: 36-15 C

AIR:
Dabolim airport of Goa is well connected by flight with major cities in India. There are also some international charter flights offering conenctions from some major international destinations.

RAIL:
Madgaon, Vasco-da-Gama, Tivim and Karmali railway stations of Goa are well connected by trains with major cities and places in India.

ROAD:
Panaji, Mapusa, Margao, and other main cities of Goa are well connected by motorable roads with different cities and places in India.
Panaji is:

104 km from Amboli
706 km from Aurangabad
312 km from Badami
598 km from Bangalore
833 km from Kochi
350 km from Hospet
425 km from Mahabaleshwar
371 km from Mangalore
594 km from Mumbai
458 km from Pune