Medical tourism in India. Visit Goa.

Medical tourism in India. Visit Goa.



Medical tourism in India. Goa – the smallest state of India. Location.

Medical tourism in India. Goa is a smallest state of India , but at the same time it is chic and richer. Goa is located on the west coast of India, in a region known as the Konkan. Neighboring states are Maharashtra to the north, and Karnataka to the east and south. The state is bordering with the  Arabic Sea  on the west coast and the state capital is Panaji. Goa was colonized by the Portuguese in the sixteenth century and on that time many of the locals were converted  to Christianity. Portuguese colony lasted for about 450 years until the country was annexed by India in 1961. By visiting Goa during your medical tourism in India  you will relax and you will have a wonderful holiday.

Architecture in Goa.

Goa is known for its architecture which is part of UNESCO world heritage, but it is internationally known for its beaches and is visited by hundreds of thousands of foreign and tourists each year.
Goa is in many ways different from the rest of India. And it’s not just the scenery, but a whole atmosphere. After you have seen, however, Delhi, Agra, Jaipur and Varanasi you’ll  are able to properly appreciate the relaxed atmosphere of Panaji.

Attractions in Goa:

After a day full of history, you can relax at your  will on the river Mandovi . Then, after dark, many lit  boats turns into a  disco and walks up and down the river
Throughout the year, the temperature in Goa does not fall very far from the Summer  and we can’t talk about winter in the true sense.

Enjoy  medical tourism in  India  by visiting  Goa during your holidays.

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