The food is cheap, the location is sunny and it is easy for Brits to reach, says the Daily Mail. So why not book a cheap flight to Goa this year?
Those who have booked cheap flights and holidays to Goa may be pleased to hear that they could be set to save even more cash once they arrive on the shores of the Indian destination.
According to the Daily Mail, Goa can offer a cheap getaway, as dinner for two, including wine, can cost as little as £10.
Additionally, the weather is “fabulous”, the newspaper states, and the location is easier to travel to than other sunny hotspots such as the Caribbean.
Enjoying the sand and sun couldn’t be better, it adds, as “the beaches are as clean as they have been for several decades following a local government clampdown”.
Booking a cheap flight to Goa also leads to travellers discovering the delights of India, which is “a fascinating country”.
Those planning cheap holidays in Goa received some further good news last week, as domestic carrier SpiceJet announced that there will be more flights between major Indian cities available over the coming months.