Why Goa?

Why Goa Is The Ideal Investment Destination?

Goa attracts a lot of travelers, both national and international. In year 2018, Goa witnessed over 8.1 million travelers, out of which almost 1 million were international travelers. This was 21% more than the previous year. For the upcoming years, this trend is going upwards, making Goa the premium tourist destination in India.

Within Goa, especially the North region, fetches a higher investment proposition compared to South Goa, because of the excellent tourism and commercial activities that take place here. North Goa is a diverse investment destination because of its attractive ambience, cosmopolitan lifestyle and has better access to entertainment centres.

Goa’s serenity is admirable and its influence of western culture and custom attracts the Indian tourists over and over again. Besides all these, the returns on investment can always fetch better rates compared to any other states in India. Goa is invariably the most sought after holiday destination in the country, making this a unique opportunity for you to invest in the tourism sector with Renassa and benefit from the Goan Tourism wave.

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Tourism

Goa Stands 6th In The Top 10 Nightlife Cities In The World In National Geographic Travel.

Year Total Arrivals* % Change
2010
2.6 Million
2015
5.2 Million
+ 50
2018
8.1 Million
+35

* Approximate Numbers

Food & Beverages

Some Places In Goa Which Are Famous For Goa’s Traditional & Special Cuisines. Ros Omelette Is One Of The Most Popular Snacks And Street Foods In Goa.

The Most Popular Alcoholic Beverage In Goa Is Feni; Cashew Feni Is Made From The Fermentation Of The Fruit Of The Cashew Tree

Beaches

Beaches Like Baga And Calangute Offer Jet-Skiing, Parasailing, Banana Boat Rides, Water Scooter Rides, And More.

Patnem Beach In Palolem Stood 3rd In CNN Travel’s Top 20 Beaches In Asia.[59]

Flora & Fauna

The Western Ghats, Which Form Most Of Eastern Goa, Have Been Internationally Recognised As One Of The Biodiversity Hotspots Of The World.

In The February 1999 Issue Of National Geographic Magazine, Goa Was Compared With The Amazon And The Congo Basins For Its Rich Tropical Biodiversity.

Architecture

The Architecture Of Goa Is A Combination Of Goan, Ottoman And Portuguese Styles.

Since The Portuguese Ruled And Governed For Four Centuries, Many Churches And Houses Bear A Striking Element Of The Portuguese Style Of Architecture.