Makelaar Maastricht – A Special Location of Goa Tourism

This article aims to offer a brief introduction on the Goa Tourism in India, specifically the Makelaar Maastricht and its surrounding areas. It’s a small country that doesn’t have too many natural wonders to offer but is also rich in historical attractions and culture. Goa has many tourist attractions like the famous ‘Maveli’ (God’s Own Country), the beaches like Anjuna Beach, Vagator Beach, Varkala Beach, etc. but none can compare with the magical and awe inspiring Makelaar Maastricht. It’s one of the top tourist attractions in Goa.

Makelaar Maastricht was once a small village located at the top of a hill at the foot of the Grand Praval Panchal. It is now a major tourist attraction for all the tourist who visits Goa. Maastricht was a fishing community. The village was first inhabited by Portuguese in the 15th century. The first white settlement was there around then. The white settlement was later replaced by the Portuguese settlers who left their mark on the place, including the buildings.
Goa tourism has many attractions to offer from the top to the bottom and Makelaar Maastricht is not an exception to this rule. The beach is the most popular among tourists. The beach is very famous for it’s exotic beauty. This beautiful beach provides a variety of activities to the visitors including sunbathing, parasailing, snorkeling, dolphin watching, fishing, swimming, surfing, water skiing, windsurfing, scuba diving, surfing, sailing and kayaking. There are also numerous restaurants and bars serving a variety of cuisines. There are also a number of water parks that offer various exciting games and rides for the children. All these activities can be enjoyed during the entire day or throughout the whole evening depending on the duration and the number of people.