Direct London - Goa flights will be a charter flight on an aircraft that has been hired by a holiday company, so the most common way to get to Goa from London is via Delhi or Mumbai. You can then get a domestic flight to Goa from either of these international airports. A flight between London and Goa will take approximately 11 hours. A flight between London and Goa via Delhi or Mumbai may often require a stopover at a major city along the way, although many of the Indian airline companies have direct flights to Delhi or Mumbai. It is possible to find a cheap flight from London - Goa if you are flexible with dates and by researching in advance, our online price comparison tool can help you find the best offer on your London to Goa flight.
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Required travel documents for India
UK passport holders require an Indian tourist visa to enter Goa from London and it is well worth getting the visa sorted well before your flight from London - Goa as the process can be lengthy. A six month multiple entry visa is usually granted to UK citizens, although Indian visa regulations do change regularly. There are many reputable agencies that will be able to take the hassle out of applying for an Indian visa for a reasonable fee.
Upon arriving at the airport in Goa it is easy to get transport to your chosen destination. There are pre-paid taxi services running from just outside the airport that will take you to your hotel for a reasonable price. Many of the resorts in Goa offer a pick-up service so they will collect you from the airport. There are also plenty of bus services that connect all the main areas in the state.
Goa is famous for its beautiful tropical beaches and Portuguese influences. The state is primarily Christian and there are many interesting churches and historical sites to enjoy.
Goa has many beautiful tropical beaches with white sand and turquoise waters which are lined with palm trees. The more developed beaches are located in the centre of the state with the quieter ones located to the north and south.
Old Goa is well worth a visit. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site it is famous for its 17th century colonial architecture. You can visit old churches and convents as well as museums and archaeological sites. Old Goa is a great place to learn more about the history of Goa and its colonial Portuguese culture.
Goa also has a number of fantastic wildlife sanctuaries and nature reserves. It is possible to see sambar deer, Indian bison, wild boar, wild elephants and much more amid the spectacular scenery.
Agonda (Turtle Beach)
Agonda beach is a must-see for any visitor to Goa. Here you can see the protecting nesting sites for Ridley Turtles or head out and see dolphins on a fishing boat. The beach is also a beautiful spot, perfect for swimming and sunbathing.
Food and Drink
South Indian food is a little different to the more well known dishes of North India and it is possible to enjoy freshly caught fish and seafood, served within a spicy curry. Goa is a fantastic destination with plenty to offer besides its spectacular beaches. Be it a week-long retreat or a backpacking adventure,it is easy to fly to Goa from London.
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