Goa has always been a favorite destination for honeymoon, this place has its own charm and it is something special that makes people return for more. Beautiful and gorgeous Goa is honeymooner's dream, a land with amazing beaches. The accommodation ranges from expansive seaside resort to an all-inclusive, fashionable full-service hotel. It is the place where two most important rivers of Goa meet the Arabian Sea. This secluded bay is a favourite retreat for relaxing and sunbathing. This is most popular among all the beaches of Goa which is set beside the scenic location that make it popular place of attractions for the Goa visitors. The scenic location of this place makes it favoured destination for shooting of Bollywood movies that popularises it among tourists. This place offers some of the best water sports facilities that attract numbers of water lovers for enjoying the thrill of Motor-boat rides, Water Scooting, Para Gliding and many more. For sightseeing Goa town
has lots to show for example, The Church of Immaculate Conception is Panaji's main place of worship for the Catholics, also visit the impressive Se Cathedral of St. Catherine, the largest church in Asia, which has 14 altars, an 80m long aisle and 5 bells including the Golden Bell, supposed to be one of the best in the world. The remarkable Goa beaches Miramar Beach, closest to the capital Panaji (3 km), is conveniently located in the heart of the state capital which you would find a lot of crowd here, Dona Paula is a small, relaxing beach with the Dona Paula Beach Resort, Caranzalem (between Miramar and Dona Paula) is calm and safe for swimming, it has water scooters and other water sports facilities as there is no undercurrent. Goa - an erstwhile Portuguese colony in west India is a thriving tourist location today, attracting people from all over the world for its golden beaches, un-spoilt beauty and Latino-Indian culture. It is also different that the rest of India in religion and culture. Even today there is a strong Portuguese influence that cannot be overlooked.