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Hi Priyanka! Goa in March is warm, with the average temperature rising to 32°C. However, as it is not peak season, you will get all your bookings at cheaper rates. Here are some holiday packages you can check out that will help you with your trip with travel agents guiding you through all of it. You can also get customised packages from Tripoto by sending them the details of your requirements. Happy Travelling!
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Hi Priyanka, March isn't a peak season , so rates won't be high. I suggest you to hire a 2 wheeler if in a group and try staying in hostels/cottage houses depending on your comfort and budget and explore yourself. You can get cottage/hostels everywhere. Staying in cottage beach side is exciting! No guide required. You can cover both old Goa and new Goa. Old Goa is more of architecture and churches, new Goa with more of party life. Hope it helps. Happy journey in advance!
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Hi... Visit from South Goa to North Goa. Start from Palolem beach. Then Agonda, Colva, etc.. and then visit North Goa. South Goa is to relax n chill whereas North Goa is for partying. Explore Panji. Have boat cruise. If you want to try some different, then visit spice garden. Authentic Goa dishes are mouth watering..
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Hello priyanka you can go through this list hope it helps you https://banbanjara.com/landing/places-to-visit-in-goa
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