Goa, a revered beach destination in India, is a hotspot for many tourists who seek fun, adventure, a stress free holiday or a party destination, Goa offers an array of exciting escapades in a serving dish for everybody visiting the state. The stunning coast marinas lining Goa is divided into two parts of North and South Goa where people visit the cacophonous North to visit and pass their time at the many beach shacks around beaches like Baga, Candolim, Calangute and Anjuna, on the other hand, many tourist prefer to stay at the capital city of Panjim.
Panjim retains the old world charm of old Goa and is highly characterised by its Portuguese style buildings and churches. Tourists stay in Panjim to get a taste of both the North and the South. Beaches of South Goa are intact and relatively less crowded. A major attraction for tourists here is the Sailing tours in Panaji that are piloted daily to several other islands and beaches nearby. Goa as a scenic retreat and natural treasure trove is loved by the nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts as many areas in Goa still remain unexplored. Sailing tours in Panaji are an incredible way to explore the charming islands, brooks, enchanting reefs and hidden seaboards off Goa. Many tour operators and adventure water sports centres in Panjim demeanour daily sailing tours to various exotic destinations in Goa.
In Panjim one can spend a day indulging in absolute luxury by taking a casino cruise sail whereas there are also other exciting sailing trips to Dona Paula and Bambolim beaches. Adventure lovers would like sailing to the Spring Beach from Panjim where there is a freshwater spring beside the ruins of the Mormugao fort in the background. This beach offers jaw dropping nature trails to trek along the hillside within the ruins of the fort, one may also choose to lounge at the beach and sail back to Panjim later. Cumbarjua River would be a marvellous experience as one can spot crocodiles here during low tides.