Early Morning Activities in Gorgeous Goa

Housed magnificently on the western coast of India is a stunning city-state that goes by the name of Goa. The pristine sandy beaches, bewitching locales, and breathtaking natural splendor attract thousands of tourists to this mystical haven. The Goa tourism guide or information enables tourists to pen down a list of attractions that are worth exploring, and also clear out any query a tourist may have regarding this little haven. Goa offers a herd of fun activities that a tourist must try, some of which are worth checking out at early mornings. These early morning activities include:

Watching Sunrise: If you want to treat your eyes with a stunning, magical view, than head over to the town of Siolim in North Goa. Stand on the bridge over the River Chapora, and bear witness to a jaw-dropping site of sun rise. The red-orange color that flickers through the horizon marks the rising of the sun, and the magic behind the rising of the sun can only be felt in Goa.

Sunrise Keri Beach Goa

Swimming:  An ideal way to start your morning in the magical Goa is by taking a plunge in one of the enticing beaches.  The most popular beach, that is, the Baga Beach in North Goa quickly gets covered with cheerful swimmers and kids. So better head off early to take an uninterrupted long dip in the refreshing waters of the sandy beach.

Swimming in Goa

Fishing: Fishing in Goa is another popular morning activity. An early morning fishing trip to the seas is an ideal time to catch large delicious fishes. Many local tour operators organize fishing expeditions at different time of the day in the city.

Fishing in Goa

Bird Watching: Goa is a natural habitat for many species of birds. Spend your early morning hours beside one of the Goan Rivers, and bear witness to varied unusual species of eye-catching birds.  For sea birds head over to the Morjim beach.

Grab cheap tour packages to Goa today, and pamper yourself by performing some of the most exciting early morning activities.


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