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HomeDomestic Flights > Bengaluru to Goa Flights

Bengaluru to Goa Flights

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About Goa

The No. 1 destination in every Indian’s list of ‘Places to visit in India’, Goa attracts millions of tourists from across the globe. The sandy shores and sun-kissed beaches attract tourists in the same way a magnet attracts iron. The picturesque beaches, stunning churches, spice farms, old colonial mansions and the Portuguese ruins are the mandatory additions to your itinerary on your visit to Goa.  

The pure classic charm of Goa lies in the medley of cultures, its interesting history, the delicious local cuisines, and the local markets. The rich flora and fauna, nightlife, beaches, markets, places of worship and the culture influence of Portuguese are the highlights of visiting Goa.

The state of Goa is divided into two; North Goa and South Goa. Both the parts have their own specialities and one can easily feel the shift in the culture, practices and cuisines during the visit.

There’s no way one can check for the best time to visit Goa, it is all around the year. But, a definite check when done, the recommended time to visit is during December, January and February, as the popular Goa Carnival takes place during these months.

Though Goa is a popular destination and is visited by millions, it is the smallest state in India with respect to area and is the fourth smallest state in terms of population. Surprisingly, it has the highest GDP per capita in comparison to all the states in India; it is two and a half times that of the country.

About Goa Airport

Also known as Dabolim Airport, the Goa International airport is 26 km or 16.2 miles away from the Goa city centre. It is 30 km away from the Panjim which the capital city of Goa. The nearest city Vasco da Gama is 4 km away.

It is also the 10th largest airport in India as per passenger traffic. There are 2 terminals, one each for domestic and international flights.

A new airport is being constructed at Mopa in North Goa, which is 50 km away from Dabolim.

Places to visit in Goa

The Beaches

It would be injustice if only one beach is mentioned here, so here’s the best in the rest. Calangute, Baga, Vagator, Anjuna, Candolim, Colva. Located in the North and South of Goa, select the beaches as per the type of experience you’re looking forward to. North Goa has the beaches which have vibrant nightlife, shopping, etc. South Goa comparatively has quieter beaches for a calm and serene time spending.

Aguada Fort

The Aguada Fort was built to prevent the entry of ships into the river Mandovi, ultimately protecting old Goa from the attacks of the Dutch and the Marathas. This place is one of the top attractions, and a highly recommended inclusion in your itinerary. The Aguada Fort has the first ever lighthouse in Asia.

Dudhsagar Waterfalls

The highest and also the largest waterfall in Goa, the Dudhsagar falls is often represented in promotion of Goa Tourism and is a must visit. It appears like an overflowing ‘Sea of Milk’ and hence the name Dudhsagar as per the locally spoken Konkani language. Trekking to the waterfall is a widely practised activity. The best time to visit is during the winter months of October and November.

Basilica of Bom Jesus

The church is called ‘Bom Jesus’ which means ‘infant Jesus’ or ‘good Jesus’. The famous Bom Jesus Basilica is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is regarded as the best examples of baroque architecture, is also the first Minor Basilica in India. It is dedicated to St. Francis Xavier and hence called as St. Francis Xavier’s tomb. There is heavy crowd during the feast of St. Francis Xavier which is held every year on the 3rd of December and proceeds with a nine-day novena.

Mangeshi Temple

Shri Mangeshi Temple is one of the most popular, largest and wealthiest Hindu shrines of Goa. The temple is located on a hillock at Mangeshi village in Priol, in the Ponda Taluka. It is dedicated to lord Shiva and has an interesting tale of Lord Shiva visiting here as per the Hindu mythology. A seven storey octagonal lamp tower is the main attraction of the place.

About Bengaluru

Formerly known as Bangalore, Bengaluru is India’s third largest city and the capital of Karnataka state is one of the rapid growing cities in the world. This city is also known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’ (or ‘IT capital of India’) as it is a hub of Information Technology (IT) companies in India. A few more nicknames are Garden City or Green City. The large green spaces, vibrant culture and the contemporary lifestyle have helped Bengaluru earn its own unique reputation.

Spending a week in the city is a cakewalk as it is home to a plenitude of sightseeing spots which include historic monuments and magnificent palaces. Some of the popular spots are Bangalore Palace, Tipu Sultan’s Palace, St. Mary’s Basilica, Cubbon Park, Lumbini Gardens, Lalbagh Botanical Gardens. The city’s urban space features IT parks, glitzy malls and multiplexes, buzzing pubs, upmarket fashion streets, happening pubs, etc. The city is also home to the Kannada film industry.

Bengaluru is a rich blend of its rich history, modernity, and cultural diversity for its visitors to witness and experience. Commuting in the city is pretty convenient with huge fleet of state-run, private buses, taxis and the metro rail set up by the state authority. The roads are wide, providing a fun drive in and around the city; the climate is excellent throughout and is a wonderful countryside.

The airport is located 40 km away from the city centre and is well connected to the rest of the city with public and private transport facilities. It is the third busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic in India.


Q: How many flights fly every day from Bengaluru to Goa?

A: On an average around 10 non-stop flights fly from Bengaluru to Goa every day.

Q: What is the flight duration from Bengaluru to Goa?

A: The flight duration is approximate of 1 hour and 15 minutes (non-stop flight) from Bengaluru to Goa.

Q: What is the average fare for the flights from Bengaluru to Goa?

A: The average airfare (one way) for the flights from Bengaluru to Goa is Rs. 1296.

Q: Which are the best-rated hotels to stay in Goa?

A: Hyatt Centric Candolim, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson Candolim, and The Lalit Golf & Spa Resort in South Goa are a few popular hotels to stay in Goa.

Q: Which are the top airlines that fly from Bengaluru to Goa?

A: Air India, IndiGo, Spicejet, GoAir, Vistara, Air Asia etc. are some of the top airlines operating from Bengaluru to Goa.

Q: When is the first flight from Bengaluru to Goa?

A: The first non-stop flight from Bengaluru to Goa is at 00:05 operated by IndiGo.

Q: When is the last flight from Bengaluru to Goa?

A: The last non-stop flight from Bengaluru to Goa is at 21:15 by IndiGo.

Q: Which airlines operate direct flights from Bengaluru to Goa?

A: Air India, IndiGo, GoAir, Air Asia are some airlines which operate direct flights from Bengaluru to Goa.

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Bengaluru Airport Info

Kempegowda International Airport (BLR), Bangalore, India.

Goa Airport Info

Dabolim Airport (GOI), Goa, India.

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