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20th Apr to 24th Apr, 2024Budget Friendly Train
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Things to do in Goa, India in April

Day 1 - Saturday 20th, Apr
afternoon -

Arrive in Goa by train and check into your accommodation. Take a leisurely stroll along the Candolim Beach to relax and unwind.

evening -

Dine at the Fisherman's Wharf for an authentic Goan seafood experience.

Day 2 - Sunday 21st, Apr
morning -

Relax at Baga Beach and enjoy the serene surroundings.

afternoon -

Explore the vibrant Anjuna Flea Market and shop for unique souvenirs and local handicrafts.

evening -

Dinner at Curlies, a beach shack with a relaxed atmosphere and delicious seafood.

Day 3 - Monday 22nd, Apr
morning -

Visit the serene Reis Magos Fort for panoramic views of the sea and surroundings.

afternoon -

Indulge in a traditional Goan thali at Vinayak Family Restaurant for an authentic local culinary experience.

evening -

Relax and enjoy a sunset cruise along the Mandovi River.

Day 4 - Tuesday 23rd, Apr
morning -

Spend the morning at the tranquil Palolem Beach, perfect for unwinding and relaxation.

afternoon -

Explore the Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary for a glimpse of Goa's diverse flora and fauna.

evening -

Indulge in a seafood feast at Zeebop by the Sea with a stunning view of Utorda Beach.

Day 5 - Wednesday 24th, Apr
morning -

Relax at Agonda Beach, known for its peaceful and uncrowded shores.

afternoon -

Take a lazy stroll through the colorful and lively Mapusa Market, perfect for some last-minute souvenir shopping.

evening -

Enjoy a farewell dinner at the beachside La Plage, known for its relaxed ambiance and delectable French cuisine.

Weather in Goa, India in Invalid date
Avg Temp25°C to 35°C
Chance of Rain20%

Goa has a tropical climate with warm and humid weather year-round. In April, the average temperature is between 25 and 35 degrees Celsius. The humidity is also high, so it's important to stay hydrated. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

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Things to Carry on your trip to Goa, India

Clothing & Apparel

Light and airy clothing -

Goa is known for its warm and humid climate, so pack light and airy clothing made from breathable fabrics like cotton and linen.

Swimsuit -

If you're planning on spending time at the beach, pack a swimsuit.

Comfortable walking shoes -

You'll be doing a lot of walking in Goa, so make sure to pack comfortable walking shoes.

Hat and sunglasses -

The sun can be strong in Goa, so pack a hat and sunglasses to protect yourself.


Small backpack or daypack -

This will come in handy for carrying your essentials around during the day.

Reusable water bottle -

Tap water is not safe to drink in Goa, so bring a reusable water bottle to fill up with filtered water.

Travel towel -

This is a lightweight and compact towel that's perfect for drying off after a swim or shower.

First-aid kit -

This is always a good idea to have on hand, especially if you're planning on doing any activities that could result in injury.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and visa -

Make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months beyond your intended stay in India.

Travel insurance -

This is a good idea to have in case of any unexpected events, such as lost luggage or medical emergencies.

Cash and credit cards -

Cash is still widely accepted in Goa, but it's also a good idea to have a credit card as a backup.

Phone and charger -

Make sure your phone is fully charged before you go and bring a charger with you.

Any medications you take -

Make sure to pack enough medication for the duration of your trip.

Good to have

Camera -

This is a great way to capture your memories of Goa.

Guidebook or map -

This can be helpful for getting around and finding things to do.

Beach towel -

This is a good idea if you're planning on spending time at the beach.

Sunscreen -

This is essential for protecting yourself from the sun's harmful rays.


Headphones or earbuds -

These are great for listening to music or podcasts on the train or while you're exploring Goa.

Portable charger -

This is a good idea for keeping your devices charged up on the go.

Travel adapter -

This is essential if you're coming from a country with a different type of electrical outlet.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Both cash and credit cards are widely accepted in Goa. However, it's always a good idea to have some cash on hand for small purchases or in case of emergencies.

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