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Why Fly to Goa?
Set against the western coast of India where the sparkling waters of the Arabian Sea lap against the shoreline, Goa offers a serene retreat (complete with swaying palm trees and white-sand beaches) from the hustle and bustle of India’s cities Sample exotic dishes of coconut milk with hot herbs and spices, stroll through the bazaars and take a spiritual journey to an ancient cathedral. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Goa.
Flying to Goa from the UK
Serviced by international airlines, tour operators and charter flights, discount fares to Goa are relatively easy to come by. Indirect flights to Goa operate from London Heathrow, Manchester, Glasgow and Gatwick (one-stop or two-stop services), and flight times start from 13 hours. In high season, a number of tour operators and charter flight companies offer direct flights to Goa. There are also direct flights to [Mumbai] and [Delhi] from the UK with connecting flights to Goa.
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Which Airlines Fly to Goa?
International airlines such as British Airways, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic and Qatar all offer indirect flights but generally the cheapest flights to Goa are with Air India, Kingfisher or Jet Airways. You can get cheap flights to Goa with low-cost or charter flights, but these flights are seasonal. For example, Monarch Airlines offers direct flights from London Gatwick and Manchester, and Thomsonfly offers direct flights from East Midlands, Gatwick and Manchester from November to March. Flights to [Mumbai] and [Delhi] connect Goa to other cities in [India].
Mini Travel Guide to Goa
Comprising a string of white and gold sand beaches rolling into the Arabian Sea, [India]’s beautiful region of Goa is a must for sunseekers. The abundance of sunshine, superb cuisine, and a laidback atmosphere Goa has long been a favourite winter sun destination Flights to Goa leave several UK airports daily and with whit an abundance of sunshine and peak season running through the UK winter,. Goa offers swaying palm trees and white sand beaches, making for a serene retreat from the 9 to 5.
The 500 years of Portuguese rule is evident in the architectural style of Old Goa and s. Explore the streets of this idyllic destination and look out for the roaming cows - they are considered sacred. Religion has made a lasting impression and ancient cathedrals and places of worship are open to everyone. Year on year travellers come to Goa to learn about themselves, take a spiritual journey and meditate amongst the locals.
Sample exotic foods from the stall of a market vendor; highly recommended is the traditional Goan fish ‘curry’ a fusion of coconut milk, red chillies and an array of exotic spices. Highlights include Anjuna for the famous weekly market offering all manner of arts, crafts, clothing and jewellery; Arambol, one of the original hippie beach haunts; and historic Old Goa.