Wonder what are the transport options after you land in Goa? Here, check out.
Almost all towns and villages have rickshaw stands, so do railway stations and bus stops.
KADAMBA TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Known as Kadamba among the Goan populace, these buses are connected to all towns and villages, including some remote ones.
These buses are mostly restricted to internal villages and city areas. However, their operation in cities stops between 8 and 9 pm.
The local train frequency in Goa is low. The Pernem to Karwar local (which runs to and fro) covers most of the stations from north to south.
Goa has some of the best inland waterways, where ferries operate. The ferry service is used to get on to some of the most beautiful islands like Chorao and Divar in Tiswadi, North Goa.
Painted black and yellow like auto rickshaws or taxis, these two-wheeler taxis can help you wriggle through cities in less time.