Tour to Spice Plantations in Goa
When the Portuguese came to Goa in the pre-independent era, they carried the most aromatic spices. As the Portuguese began trading, the city became a spice trading centre. The post-independence Goa now witnesses a myriad of spice plantations, which has become a tourist attraction of sorts. Some of the most renowned plantations that grow the most high-quality and flavoursome spices are Savoi Spice Plantation, Pascoal Spice Village, Tanshikar Spice Farm and Tropical Spice Plantation.
Dolphin Point is one of the most frequented tourist attractions. The Dolphin Trip in Goa lets tourists sit in a 20-seater boat and witness a marvellous show put up by the majestic dolphins. These regal creatures swim around you in the Arabian Sea, a perfect experience to behold. The most common dolphins that you can spot are the finless porpoises and the Indo pacific Humpback dolphins. The trip is 45 minutes long, and it also includes a trip to Fort Aguada Jail and Millionaire’s Palace.
Water Sports Activities
The abundance of beaches has made Goa a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. Some of the most popular water activities include water skiing, scuba diving, windsurfing, kayaking, banana boat rides, boating and swimming. The beaches that are perfect for water sports lovers are Anjuna, Calangute, Colva, Miramar, Vagator and Mobor.