A visit to Goa is incomplete without a trip to the churches of Goa. Apart from the amazing coastline and pristine beaches, Goa is blessed with these exceptionally beautiful places of worship in the form of churches. Tourists, not only from India but all over the globe visit Goa which is famous as the party capital of India. Goa’s popular and sublime churches are to a great extent a heritage of Portuguese colonization. These churches define the Portuguese domination in Goa when the rest of India was ruled by the British. Their reign in Goa was peaceful and progressive so locals accepted them as time passed. Now the only reminiscences of the Portuguese era are the beautiful churches built here. The church building was one of the principal occupations of the early Portuguese With a critical populace of Goans being Christians for some eras today, the Church is an essential factor in Goa’s social, social and religious life. The engineering of Goa’s holy places has experienced outstanding changes in the progression of time and the design of the period that they were inherent. Step into these churches and feel yourself reliving the history of the golden days of Goa.
Bom Jesus Basilica is the world-famous church, also a UNESCO heritage and know for keeping the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. The miracle is that the mortal remains are still intact and this attracts curious visitors from far and wide. The Cathedral is one of the biggest Churches in Asia and is devoted to St. Catherine. Legend has it that the Golden bell of this Cathedral could be heard by one and all in Goa. This Church contains 14 altars within. Church of St Francis of Assisi is famous for its Barque and Corinthian architecture. Remaining on the Monte Santo (Holy Hill) and keeping an altruistic watch over Old Goa, is the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary. Wonderful in its starkness and effortlessness this congregation is one of the main structures in Goa that authenticates the presentation of Renaissance design, conveyed to Goa by the Portuguese. Apart from these, the oldest church, Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Church of St. Cajetan, bearing resemblance to St. Peter’s Church in Rome, Chapel of St. Catherine – one of its kind, Church of Lady of Rosary, Our Lady of the Mount are a few of the world-famous churches of Goa.
What is Goa without a nightlife? And what better way to experience it than on a cruise. So party hard on a Goa cruise party full of food, champagne, and drinks. One of the best party places in Goa is on a luxury cruise at the waterfront full of raw beauty. Feel the nightlife blend with adventure on a Dinner cruise party, be it a family trip, a corporate outing or chilling out with friends. Full of life, floating dance, and music accompanied by dinner and unstoppable party music blaring for a dance party as you sail along.