Beach and non-beach activities to keep the kids engage on Goa Tour
Goa is synonymous with fun frolic fascination fashion and festivals. Though it may seem a lot of Fs to overwhelm, in reality, they truly are, and more if you have only a few days in hand for Goa on your Indian holiday trip. The same happens to be true for the young travelers as well.
Kids of all ages find something or the other to keep them amused and give you some much-needed respite from tugging behind you or being lugged by you. So for those with these little members of their family wondering about the things that can amuse and fascinate them, here is the list you were looking for.
Just as much as adults, kids love to get their feet in the sea and dirty their hands in the wet sand, spending the time to make sand castles. With their bucket, spade and the generous amount of imagination and patience, they can create wonders with the wet white sand of the lively Goa beaches.
If just relaxing is on the mind of your kids, tired somewhat from the long journey that sometimes becomes strenuous as well, sunbathing and getting tanned is the best way to begin your Goa tour with. A cool drink in one hand a book in the other for you bookworm kids is just ideal.
Kids who enjoy being in water can go for swimming, kayaking, parasailing, snorkeling and many other fun-activities that these days even the parents are trying to be a part of to make their holidays a family vacation in a true sense.
However, these activities must be undertaken under the guidance of professionals who also double check the safety necessities before you actually start the fun (and see what all are included in your Goa Tour Package).
Beachside shacks offer great varieties of snacks that can be customized according to the needs of your kids. The choices can vary from savory Indian dishes like Uttapam, Dosa, to the much-loved Pizza, Pasta, Falafel, etc.
Grown-up kids might want to explore flea markets of Beaches like Anjuna. Let them do what’s needed to gain their expertise on India Travel: price haggling. If nothing at all, they can have fun chatting with the shopkeepers in their bid to make the sale for the day.
Apart from the beaches of Goa, there is whole together with a less-explored aspect of Goa. Spice farms, a countryside of the old Portuguese colony, Old Goa with its churches, and if you are looking for non-rustic fun, numerous malls, Karting tracks, planetarium, museums, water park etc can indulge your kids for some really good time.
You can make your kids see spice farms and see where the Indian recipes get their heat. The trip can take as much as whole one day, taking a look at the huge farms, trees, climbers and shrubs that hold spices in their nascent form.
You can hire boats for guided tours to the places in the sea where schools of dolphins can be seen. Kids love Dolphins, more in their natural environment. Take them there and see the sparkle on their face.
If your kids have a Masterchef hidden in them, you have come to the right place for their initiation. They can have a dig in best of the Indian flavors and learn how to create these wonders. You would not regret them taking such classes to make the best of their Goan Vacation.