Goa tour packages from Chennai
Chennai is the largest city of Tamil Nadu and is one of the four major metropolitans, the other three being Kolkata, Mumbai and Delhi.
Chennai beaches versus Goa beaches
Chennai has some beaches such as Covelong Beach, Elliot’s Beach, Marina Beach, Neelamkarai Beach, Thiruvanmiyur Beach, Breezy Beach, VGP Golden Beach, Santhome Beach, Pebble Beach and East Coast Road Beaches. Among these beaches, some are very isolated with less crowd and some beaches are family beaches where you can enjoy the golden sun and children can play in the sands, for example, the VIP Golden Beach and the Santhome Beach. Each beach has a distinct character; while Elliot’s Beach is a superbly clean beach, Marina Beach is one of the most crowded beaches. But all these beaches are lengthy stretches of sand in an urban setting.
In contrast, the Goa beaches are exquisitely pretty and very picturesque. The Goa beaches smell of freshness and have the allure of the blues. These beaches are isolated and provided with all the ingredients to keep all hearts rivetted to the charm of the destination. The powdery sandy beaches are famous worldwide attracting thousands of tourists and travellers from all across the globe. Thus the major beaches of North Goa such as Anjuna, Baga, Calangute, Vagator and Dona Paula and the pristine beaches of South Goa, Colva, Majorda, Palolem, Cavelossim are all fervently haunted by the beach bums and wanderlust hearts and backpackers. Goa has a major degree of exoticism mixed in the sands of its beaches on account of the influence of the Portuguese culture, the remnants of which are evident in the majestic beach structures. It is only obvious that the nature lovers of Chennai would want eagerly to tread the sands of Goa beaches through Goa tour packages from Chennai.
Difference in climate between Goa and Chennai
Chennai is a city with tropical wet and dry climate and remains hot and humid almost throughout the year. The minimum temperature in Chennai generally does not go below 13 degrees Celsius. Thus people of Chennai do need respite from the prevalent hot weather to escape to a place that is smoothly serene. The highest temperature ever recorded in Chennai is 45 degrees Celsius. On the contrary, Goa lies in the west coast of India bordered by the serene and beautiful Arabian Sea on one side and the mighty Western Ghats on the other. And the weather of Goa is such that it is never too hot and also never too cold. The light, breezy, heady, intoxicating weather is a genuine charmer of Chennai hearts. The summers are mellowed down by the cool breeze from the seas and the winter is always quite mild. Goa always remains protected from the chilly winds sweeping down from the Himalayas that affect the northern states. And the hot winds from the deserts also do not reach Goa in summers and keeps it pleasantly exhilarating throughout the year. Thus Goa makes for an attractive tourist destination for Chennai tourists.