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Anjuna Beach  
8 KM from Mapusa.Anjuna Beach claimed popularity for its Trance Parties and the Hippies who tried to synthesize the spiritual traditions of the East and the art, ideas and the music of the West. Sometime in the late 1950s to mid-1960s, the area was "discovered" by a group of travelers, including "Eight Finger Eddie," and a small international psychedelic scene began to meet there to party during the dry season. Anjuna is just the right place for lazing holidaymakers. Besides the calm waters of the Arabian Sea lapping softly on the Indian shore, Anjuna comes live with its ever-famous full-moon parties and the Wednesday flea market to take one on to a trance trip.
Palolem Beach  
Palolem Beach is situated in the southern part of Goa and 47 km from Margao,the Palolem beach is the most famous and well known in the southern part of the state of Goa. The Palolem beach is the most photogenic beach with its crescent shaped shoreline and white sand. The picturesque blue water lapping on the white sand of the shore, which is dotted by coconut trees here and there, makes it the perfect beach to relax and take it easy. Despite being frequently visited by tourists, the Palolem beach remains clean and looks untouched. A major attraction at the beach is the ferry service, which takes tourists on a ride into the ocean to spot Dolphins.   
Mangueshi Temple  
Mangueshi Temple is the most prominent among temples and is situated along the National Highway-4A about 23-km from Panaji. The Shri Mangueshi Temple attracts thousands of visitors every year and is gifted by the ‘Welcome Gate’, an elegant lamp tower, a ‘Noubatkhana’ overlooking the temple tank and the ‘Agrashalas’ on three sides. The structure of the Shri Mangueshi Temple dates from 1700’s. The temple is dedicated to the Lord Shiva.
Basilica of Bom Jesus  
Basilica of Bom Jesus is declared a World Heritage Monument. The church houses the sacred relics of St. Francis Xavier, patron saint of Goa, who died while on a sea voyage to China on December 2,1552. The following year, while transferring his remains to Goa, in accordance with his wishes, it was found that the saint's body was as fresh as the day it was buried. This miraculous phenomenon continues to attract the devout of all lands and an Exposition or public viewing of his body every ten years attracts lakhs of pilgrims. During the 450 years of Portuguese rule in Goa, St. Francis Xavier was believed to have afforded protection to the rulers who handed over their symbols of office to the saint during every changeover of the office of Governor General. The Saint had miraculous healing powers, which were experienced by the erstwhile Nizam of Hyderabad when he came for the Exposition of 1878.

Calangute Beach  

Calangute Beach is only nine miles north from the Goan capital, Panaji.Goa Calangute beach is also called the 'Queen of Beaches' because the beauty you at find Calangute beach in Goa cannot be found elsewhere. Under the shade of palm trees, bathes the Queen of Beaches-Calangute.

Arambol Beach  
31 km from Mapusa. A large and sprung out village near the seashore, Arambol can be approached by a road which winds across the plateau and down through the cashew trees. The beach is an uninterrupted and stunning stretch of curving sand, still unspoilt.

Goa has hot climate as it lies within the tropics. There is no much change in climate throught the year. Daily temperature range is not very high. Goa gets rains in the months June, July, August and September. June-September is the mansoon season here. The rainfall is more in the mountain region than the coastal region. Goa gets heavy rain from South-West monsoon winds. Goa has cool climate during then months October-January. It starts geting warmer from February and it remains till May.

Rice is the most important crop in Goa. Due to warm humid climate rice is mainly grown here and it grown in the coastal region. After rainy season, rice, chillies, onions crops are grown in Goa. Cash crops are also grown in Goa. Mainly plantation of Cashew, Coconut, Mangoes, Areca palm, Kokum and Jackfruit is done in Goa.

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