Experiences, such as these, are uniquely Goan. Don’t forget to add them to your bucket list when you visit Goa ...
Learn a Goan dance
From corredinho to fugdi, Goa has loads of easy, fun dances to check out.
Watch feni being prepared
When in Goa, don’t just swig feni; watch how the spirit of Goa is made in March and April.
Visit a festive fair, and munch khajem
Pick up some sweet, traditional khajem at one of several festive fairs, held in Goa for much of the year.
Eat Goa rice, Ukdem Tandul
This red, boiled, unpolished cereal was the healthy staple of choice of our forefathers.
Take a Konkani class
What could be better than learning to speak another language?
Make a copel
If you’re visiting Goa in June, make a traditional copel (flower wreath) and don it at the Sao Joao festivities.
Watch a tiatr
Enjoy some laughs with this local form of entertainment, which always has a message for the masses.
Take a ride in a 'ferry'
You won’t find ferries quite like these in any other part of India
Eat Goan berries
Come to Goa in March, April or May, and feast your taste buds on wild, local berries such as chunnam (Zizyphus Rugosa), kantam (Carissa carandas), jambhalam (Syzygium cuminis), and more.
Learn the language, or at least a few words, while you are in Goa.