Goa, India’s smallest state, is synonymous with sun-soaked beaches, Portuguese heritage, and a laid-back tropical vibe. This coastal paradise on the Arabian Sea is famed for its scenic stretches of sand, such as the bustling Baga Beach and the more serene Palolem. Goa’s history as a Portuguese colony until 1961 is evident in its baroque architecture, especially the UNESCO-listed churches and convents of Old Goa. The state’s spice-laden cuisine and the annual Carnival bring a burst of flavors and colors to the already vibrant culture.

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