Goa’s fascinating history as a Portuguese colony, lends a Mediterranean flavour to this wonderful part of India. Old Goa steeped in beautiful colonial religious buildings; explore the convent of St. Francis of Assisi a UNESCO listed monument and final resting place of Saint Francis Xavier, Patron Saint of Goa. Savour eclectic cuisine a fusion of four hundred years of Portuguese colonialism and Goa’s natural Hindu origins. Discover Northern Goa’s pristine sandy beaches, vibrant markets, trendy nightclubs and fine dining. For a slower pace head south to palm tree fringed beaches lapped by the turquoise waters of the Arabian Sea, an ideal spot to relax and rejuvenate after exploring India’s Golden Triangle or Tiger Safari in Rajasthan’s National Park.