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Delhi to Goa Flights

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There are over 100 weekly flights between Delhi and Goa. These flights are scheduled throughout the day and ply on all days of the week. Adani One flight booking portal allows passengers to book flight tickets efficiently, presenting a list of flights plying on the Delhi to Goa route and enabling them to choose their flights based on their requirements. Here are all the details regarding Delhi to Goa flights.

Flights from Delhi to Goa


About Goa Airport

The Airports Authority of India operates Dabolim International Airport as a civil enclave in the Indian Navy Naval air base INS Hansa. It comprises two terminals for domestic and international passengers, respectively. Goa Airport is accessible via trains, buses, shuttle, car rentals, etc.; however, due to the naval base, passengers must walk approx. 500 m to exit the airport. The airport terminal offers various services to its passengers, including shops, restaurants, spas and ATMs.

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About Goa

Goa, India’s 25th state, is a tiny piece of emerald land stretching across the Arabian sea on the country’s western coast. Goa’s rich history, nightlife, seafood and picturesque beaches are the major factors contributing to this state’s tourism industry. Goa offers its tourists an array of activities besides enjoying the beach experience and engaging in water sports. Situated roughly 600 Km from Mumbai, it is easily accessible from all parts of India.

Goa is bifurcated as North and South Goa, each entailing its unique tourist attractions. Goa’s rich Portuguese history continues to be reflected in its churches, agriculture, markets and food. The state exhibits an interesting blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures; its laidback lifestyle attracts tourists from India and abroad.

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Baga Beach

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Basilica Of Bom Jesus

Basilica of Bom Jesus, is very important Roman Catholic church located just 10 Km from Panjim city in Goa. It is a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site and is well over 400 years old, making it one of the oldest churches in the country. It is an imposing structure that is one of the most iconic buildings in Goa. It is a pilgrimage destination and a very popular tourist site too. The body of St. Francis Xavier is held here. The body has not been treated or embalmed and has shown very little signs of decay over the past centuries. The body is preserved in a silver casket at the church and is brought for display every ten years. The church is a fine example of a blend of Portuguese and baroque styles of architecture. It is regarded to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World of Portuguese origin. The floor of the church is made of marble and is inlaid with various precious stones. Various relics are also displayed across this massive church that has stood the test of time. The site is well connected by road, with various private taxis operating here.

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Butterfly Beach

As the name suggests, Butterfly Beach is home to a wide variety of butterflies. During low tides, the entire beach is crawling with crabs and has goldfish all around. A little way off from the Palolem beach in South Goa. The beach is semi-circle in shape and the hilltop is where the butterflies live. The water is very clear and the beach too is among the more beautiful and cleaner beaches in Goa. The shallow waters here are also visited very often by schools of dolphins. This little piece of paradise provides you with solitude that is almost unimaginable in the tourist hub that Goa is. To reach here, you can either take a boat from Palolem or choose the challenging forest hike. Even if you do not delight in the sight of the water, the place offers the most stunning sunset views, making it a must-visit place for those seeking to explore the hidden gems of Goa.

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Calangute Beach

Goa has a lot to offer to its visitors, and Calangute Beach is one of the most famous destinations that tourists love to explore during their trip to Goa. Deserving every reason to be known as the “Queen of Beaches,” Calangute Beach is the perfect getaway and paradise for every person who loves to sit close to nature. The beach gives a clear idea of the Goa culture, food, and clothes, while the enticing landscape serves the perfect treat to the eyes. The markets here sell a variety of beachy outfits, comfortable slippers, and whatnot. The place can be visited in the evenings to enjoy sunsets and relax on shacks. People visit Calangute Beach to witness mesmerising sunrises as well. Besides, you can enjoy water sports at mid-range prices, which suits everyone’s pocket. There are plenty of snacking options that are worth trying. Travellers can also visit several Portuguese-style structures near Calangute Beach.

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Candolim Beach

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Divar Island

Divar Island, also known as the Divide, is located in the Mandovi river in the Indian state of Goa. It is located 10 km from Panjim city. Many call this place a slice of heaven, while others feel it is the epitome of beauty. The island is well connected with Old Goa. Divar Island can be described as old churches, closed gates, lush green spaces, clean, empty narrow roads, ancient structures, and Portuguese-style architecture. And, as you get into the details of the place, it is almost like a visual delight for everyone. You can choose to board a ferry which takes around 10 minutes to drop you at the main Divar Island. The place is empty, adorned with a massive lake in the middle. Kids can go for a quick bicycle ride, whereas adults can choose to spend time alone away from the city's hustle. One can also take a walk on roads with a canopy of trees on two sides. So, next time you decide to take a quick trip to Goa, make sure you visit Divar Island.


About Delhi Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) is the only airport serving the Indian capital Delhi/NCR. It is also the city’s only international gateway and among the largest and busiest airports, serving approximately 40 airlines. Delhi Airport has three terminals in all. Terminal 1 is completely dedicated to domestic flights offered by low-cost airlines. Terminal 2, which has been refurbished recently, handles low-cost and regular domestic flights. Terminal 3, one of the biggest terminals in the world, handles both domestic and international flights and comprises 5 levels.

Delhi airport offers a wide range of services for shopping, dining and leisure. One can board the orange metro line to commute to the airport from the city’s interiors. Bus services, cabs and car rentals are also available from IGI Airport.

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About Delhi

Besides being the capital of India, Delhi boasts of a rich and varied history dating back to the 15th century Mughal era. Today, Delhi has emerged as a perfect blend of old monuments signifying its rich past and modern infrastructure representing its advancement. It offers a wide range of activities, providing tourists with several avenues to explore food, tourism, entertainment, shopping, etc. Delhi is also one of the primary tourist attractions in North India; its bustling shopping streets, markets and eateries entice tourists from across the world. Chandni Chowk Bazar, Parantha Wali Gali, Red Fort, Qutub Minar and Jama Masjid are some of the most popular tourist attractions in Delhi.

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Red Fort

Red Fort popularly known as the Lal Qila is located in the capital of India, Delhi. Lal Qila was constructed by Shah Jhah in 1639 as a major fortification. Back in the day, Lal Qila was treated as the house of emperors of the Mughal dynasty. It is built using red sandstone and features an assortment of precious artefacts on display. It is a surprisingly well-preserved monument that showcases the grandeur of the Mughal era in India. In 2007 it was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The mighty walls of the fort tower at a dizzying 75 feet and is spread across a massive 255 acres. It encloses various gardens in a beautiful geometric pattern and various other buildings, apart from a mosque. Every year on the occasion of Independence Day, the Prime Minister of India unfurls the national flag here. The Red Fort stands strong on the bank of the river Yamuna, which adds a very beautiful contrast to it.

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Qutub Minar

Built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak, the Qutub Minar is one of the most popular monuments of India and also one of the most visited. The tower stands tall at 238 feet and was built as a tower of victory by the ruler. It is part of the Qutub complex at Red Fort in Delhi, which is considered to be the oldest fortified city, Qila Rai Pithora or Red Fort, which now lies in South Delhi. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is an architectural marvel that is built of different materials: the first storey is made of red sandstone; the ones to follow are madeup of a combination of sandstone and marble. At its widest the minaret is around 47 feet across, steadily tapering to the top where the width is a maximum of 9 feet across. At each floor is a balcony that gives a spectacular view of the city, though visitors are no longer permitted up the Qutub Minar. The structure which is a shining example of use of geometric patterns and a perfect blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture has withstood some very powerful earthquakes and suffered damage too that was fixed at various times in the past. A remnant of a rather ill advised restoration work carried out in the late 19th century is now placed a little distance from the tower, and is called Smith’s Folly. It attempted add more towers to the Qutub Minar. A good time to visit the place would be during the early months of winter when the weather around is pleasant and would allow for a good memorable experience for all who visit.

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Humayun’s Tomb

Built in 1570, this was the first of its kind garden-tomb in the region. It is also believed to have been the inspiration for the architecture of the Taj Mahal. The sprawling site is spread over 27 acres. The large structure houses over 150 individual tombs of members of the Mughal royal family. It is also home to the shrine of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, a Sufi saint from the 14th century. The expansive gardens here are second only to the ones at the Taj Mahal. Humayun’s Tomb stands as a stellar reminder of the glorious past of India and the rule of the Mughals. From an architectural standpoint, it showcases some of the finest in Persian architecture. It is now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located in eastern Delhi, the site is very well connected by roads. The Jawaharlal Nehru station is the closest metro station at a distance of around 2 Km from the site. The site is usually rather busy on weekends. The ideal time to visit would be during the early months of winter when the weather is relatively pleasant.

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India Gate

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Lotus Temple

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Agrasen Ki Baoli

Agrasen ki Baoli is a 15-metre wide and 60-metre long stepwell located in the heart of Delhi, India. The monument is located near Connaught Place on Hailey Road. There exist no historical records to prove when it was built and by whom; however, it is believed to be one of the oldest monuments of Delhi and possibly commissioned in 3000 BC by Agrasen, a legendary king. The place is a particularly famous hangout spot for the young crowd but loved by locals and tourists alike across all age groups. There are 108 steps that lead to the well at the end. Agrasen ki Baoli features arched niches or recesses on all sides of the well, which provide shade during the sweltering Delhi heat!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Around 46 flights ply from Delhi to Goa every day.

The shortest flight duration from Delhi to Goa is around 2h 30 m. The time duration for one-stop flights is much longer.

A passport is not required for Indians to travel from one state to another.

Airways is the fastest mode of transportation for your journey from Delhi to Goa. You can reach Goa in 2h 3m via a direct flight.

Presently, Goa has one airport, Goa International Airport, at Dabolim, near Vasco town, South Goa.

Goa is usually hot and humid most of the year. The best time to visit Goa is from November to February because the weather is mild and pleasant during this period.

Yes, for domestic flights, passengers are allowed to carry dry food and fruits in their hand baggage.

Delhi Airport is located in Palam, New Delhi, southwest of New Delhi railway station and approx. 15 Km from the Delhi city centre. Passengers can board the orange metro line to reach Delhi airport from the city centre.

Yes, Goa tourism is open now, but only people who have completed their vaccination doses or having tested negative in their RT-PCR tests are allowed to enter the state.

December is the best time to visit Goa as the climate is mild and pleasant. The average temperatures in December range between 22°C and 32°C.
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Airport Information

Goa Goa Dabolim International Airport Dabolim, Goa 403801

Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport, Palam, New Delhi, 110037