If you ask any local, there is nothing Goans love more than their classic xitt, kodi ani nuste (fish, curry and rice). But, apart from this, menus in Goan restaurants have almost every other cuisine.
Shifting between the quiet village life and the bustling parties, Goan culture is an amalgamation of its festivals, music, art, dance and everything in between.
Goan festivals are truly something else! Be it Carnival, Shigmo or Sao Joao, the Goan festive energy is contagiously unmatched!
...Konkani, which is the mother-tongue, and Goans would not have it any other way. Nevertheless, there are other languages such as English, Hindi and Marathi that are also spoken here.
Goa is widely known to have a tropical humid climate. But has its fair share of abundant monsoon, scorching summers and moderately cold winters.
Known to be largely influenced by the Portuguese, most of the ancestral houses in Goa depict Indo-Portuguese architecture.
Every place is a reflection of its people. And Goans are some of the most simple, hospitable and genuine people you will meet.