National Geographic Lists Goa as Sixth Best Nightlife Destination in the World

By: Indian Eagle
AUSTIN, Texas - Feb. 10, 2015 - PRLog -- National Geographic has recognized Goa as the sixth best nightlife destination in the world. Such recognition from an international travel magazine is not only a new feather in Goa’s cap but an honor to Indian Tourism. According to National Geographic, Goa’s golden beaches and laidback locales are the ideal spots for nocturnal fun and entertainment. This smallest state of India is one of the best getaways for beach holiday and romantic vacation in the Asia-Pacific region. Now, the rare distinction of being among the top 10 nightlife destinations will turn global attention to Goa in India.

Most of the times in a year, Goa makes headlines for travel magazines. Goa was the talk of the world travel & tourism in 2014 for having won the prestigious title, “the Best Destination for Leisure, Relaxation, Honeymoon and Partying in South East Asia,” from such a renowned travel magazine as Travel & Leisure. Even the “Best Wedding Destination” title was awarded to this coastal state of India on the Arabian shore.

Goa is a haven of fun and fests for the youth throughout the year. Sunburn Festival, Wine Festival, and Goa Carnival are the most popular occasions when the beach paradise is alive and kicking. Sunburn Festival transforms Goa into the partying capital of India in the last week of December every year. Goa Carnival is a 3-day street music & dance festival that is celebrated like a dance of joy with frenzy and fervor.

Goa is as active as carnival, as peaceful as the setting sun, and as wild as adventure sports at the same time. Calling it a capital of adventure won’t be unjust! Goa is a hotbed of such adventure pursuits as canoeing, jet skiing, kite surfing, scuba diving, windsurfing, snorkeling, parasailing, banana ride, kayaking, and speedboat riding. Goa beaches are ideal for indulgence in adventure.

Goa is one of the destinations for solo travel in India. It is safe for women too. The women-only cab service is part of the Goa tourism infrastructure for safety of female tourists. The women drivers are trained in self-defense techniques and familiar with tourist spots. They serve as tourist guides too. The women-only cabs are equipped with advanced GPS system and panic alert system.

Goa’s Dabolim International Airport is one of the Indian airports where the e-visa facility is available. It has already led to a rise in the number of foreign tourist arrivals. The United States is the latest addition to the list of the countries including the Asian and the Gulf ones whose nationals can avail of the visa on arrival facility at Goa International Airport.

Goa has good air connectivity with South Asian countries and the Middle East countries. The tier-1 Middle East cities including Dubai, Doha, Abu Dhabi, Istanbul and Bahrain are layovers on the routes to Goa from the United States. Besides the Middle East airlines such as Etihad Airways, Emirates Airlines, Gulf Air, Qatar Airways; Jet Airways, Air India, and Delta Air Lines fly to Goa from American cities via these layovers in the Middle East.

“Goa is a complete getaway package with space for fun, entertainment, adventure, relaxation, leisure, festivals, nightlife and partying. It is one of the Indian destinations that we receive hundreds of travel-booking requests round the year,” says Chief Marketing Officer of


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