Tips in India
Boat Trips, Fishing and Dolphin Spotting
Various pleasure boats and deep-sea fishing trips are available along most of the main beaches in Goa, such as Arambol, Benaulim and Palolem. Dolphin cruises are especially popular and offer tourist the chance to observe local dolphin species in their natural environment, such as Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins, common dolphins and black-finned porpoises.
Water sports have long been one of the main tourist attractions within Goa and although the waters are not crystal clear, there are many excellent dive spots where scuba divers flock. Paragliding is particularly popular around Anjuna and Arambol, while for jet-skiing, windsurfing and parasailing, head to the beaches of Baga, Calangate, Candolim and Colva.
Trekking / Hiking Trails
Although Goa is hardly filled with tall mountains and high hills, it does boast a number of elevated trekking trails, where you can enjoy some great views across the state. Amongst the main hilltop attractions are a number of historic temples and areas of lush jungle-style planting.
Enjoying a peaceful countryside setting, the Indian Retreat is a great place to learn more about elephants and Indian culture, offering a taste of the Goa of yesteryear. Here you will abe able to enjoy a ride on an elephant as it frolics in the river, or even feed the elephants by hand.
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