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Goa, India has been regarded as an area for the wild and carefree ‘hippie’ population for years, but the tempo of the beaches and town is changing as the hippies inexorably grow older. There is a new, more subtle beat to Goa that has infused the area with an international flavour. The locals have obliged, and upmarket hotels and resorts are opening, art galleries are putting on shows, and the jewellery has moved from seashells to silver.
The party scene can still be found in the northern part of town, where pubs and discos invite guests at all hours, but now to the south you will find a quieter area, with long stretches of uninterrupted sand, spa hotels, and smaller boutique hotels that cater to a more perceptive clientele. This wonderful juxtaposition makes Goa a headline destination for those who like a little of both worlds in one magnificent destination spot.
From shopping to zip lines, Goa can accommodate your preferred level of activity, and in the larger resort hotels the concierge is also happy to schedule attractions for you. If you travel inland a bit, you will find the Chorao Bird Sanctuary and Mollem National Park, where you can see some of the incredible wildlife that abounds in this area of the world.
The Dabolim Airport is only about ten kilometres out of town, and rides into Goa itself or one of the resort hotels are quick and inexpensive. Transportation has improved quite a bit over the past few years, and taxi and bus services are available. Also, many of the larger hotels offer airport shuttles to make the arrival for their guests very easy.