Vacation plans, long weekend, monsoon getaways- Mumbaikars just cannot resist the lure of Goa when it comes to these occasions. For those who have gleaned their impression of Goa from watching Goa on Dil Chahta Hai and all other versions of the city, this road trip ought to rank first on their list and is sure to be a memorable experience.
With Portuguese influences, this sun-soaked state, is a successful marriage of East meets West. The pristine, happening and fun filled beaches are the magnets which attract the hedonistic tourist. Large resort, unspoiled sand beaches, thriving party scenes – Goa has loads to offer.
Temples and churches which are architectural marvels provide enough diversion from the beaches. If that is not all then you have wildlife sanctuaries and forest reserves to go camping amidst lush green nature. If you are planning to go Mumbai to Goa, here you can check out how to go Mumbai to Goa trip along with details.
Not even a distance of 600 kms to cover, there are two routes to soak all the beautiful spots that either of them has to offer. Route 1 is through the NH4 via the Mumbai-Pune expressway with three major halts at Satara, Kolhapur and Belgaum. Simple and smooth four lane road all along you can visit the Rankala Lake, Panhala Fort and Jyotiba temple on the way and it will take you 10 hours-11 hours to reach Goa. Route 2 is through NH 66 which will take about 12 hours- a deluightful scenice journey with paddy fields and coconut plantation. A beach side halt at Ganapatipule is sure to leave one enthralled. The roads are winding. Mumbai to Goa is a journey through the mesmerizing Western Ghats to the land of beaches. Making this journey in a self-drive car makes it a memorable one and proves that it is not just the destination but the journey that has to be made memorable too.
Calangute,Candolim , Anjuna are some of the beaches which Goa has to offer the traveler seeking to embrace the sun kissed sand and balmy waters. One may head to Fort Aguada for a breath taking and awe inspiring view of the sunset and feel relaxed and rejuvenated. To visit the heritage and architecture of the Portuguese, one may visit the Vasco Da Gama church or the Church of St Francis of Assissi.
Self drive car rentals like Zoomcar have rewritten the rules of travelling by road for the adventurous urban India youth who are now seeking an experience than just a holiday. Mumbai to Goa taxi service offered will make your road trips and indelible experience interspersed with immense scenic beauty. Yes, it will be exactly as one sees in the movie, or maybe, even better than that.