The state of Goa, in India, is legendary for its beaches and places of worship, and tourism is its primary business. Tourism is usually targeted on the coastal areas of Goa, with faded tourer activity inland. Foreign tourists mostly from European Countries, arrive in Goa in winter whilst the summer and monsoon seasons. This comparatively tiny state is settled on the western coast of India, between the borders of Maharashtra and Karnataka and is better known to the world as a former Portuguese enclave on Indian soil. Tourism is alleged to be the backbone of Goa’s economy.
Ruled over 450 years of Portuguese rule and Latin culture, Goa shows a different representation of the country to foreign tourists. Most of the visitors attractions include, Fort Aguada, Bom Jesus Basilica, a wax museum on Indian culture and a heritage museum etc. UNESCO declared that the Churches and Convents of Goa as a World Heritage site.