This slice of paradise that skims the sparkling waters of the Arabian Sea attracts over 2 million visitors each year. Perhaps it is the pristine sands, the swaying palms,the spectacular sunsets, or the laidback life that the Goans are fiercely proud of. Or maybe it's the fragrance of vanilla in verdant plantations, the thundering waterfalls or the majesty of its ancient cathedrals. Whatever it is, the magic of Goa never ceases to amaze the traveler every time he visits.One of the most peaceful states, the Portuguese culture here is only prevalent among the older elite families. But the latin quarters in Panjim still boasts of Portuguese architecture, the colorful houses makes for amazing photo ops. The old Goa also has several ancient churches, cathedrals and monuments which are popular tourist attractions. The forts, churches, beaches, the carnival and the flea markets are the prime attractions here. The beaches offer water sports and adventure activities.The awe inspiring Dudhsagar falls must not be forgotten. The wooded hills of the Western Ghats are a sight to behold during monsoon, often termed as 'off season'. Live music at local bars, hot and spicy Konkani cuisine, trance parties, cashew and coconut Feni, Saturday night bazaars at Arpora, the ruins of long forgotten forts, plantation tours, and soulful, rhythmic Konkani music pretty much sums up the Goan experience but words alone can't capture the liveliness of this small Indian state. Visit, enchant, and always be comfortable at Treebo Hotels in Goa.