Taxis run to Vasco da Gama – 4km away – where you can catch a bus to Panaji.
Taxis are available from outside the arrivals hall.
Taxis operate on a pre-paid basis - there is a booth by the taxi rank where you pay before setting off.
The journey time to Panaji takes about 40 minutes.
The journey time to Candolim takes about 1 hour.
The airport railway station is 1 kilometre from the airport.
Trains to Margoa run from here.
Local buses and taxis run to the railway station in Vasco da Gama.
Head west from the airport on the state highway to reach Vasco da Gama.
Head east along highway 17A, and then north along motorway 17 to reach Panaji.
Limited short term car parking is available at the airport.
Car hire is not available at the airport.
Flights to Goa Airport
Goa is prime territory for basking on a beach or exploring lush forests. And with our flights to Goa Airport you’ll touch down in the heart of it all.
Showcasing tropical beaches, high-volume nightlife and temples aplenty, Goa’s long been at the heart of India’s tourist scene. Start with some early-morning sun salutations along Candolim Beach. You’ll find plenty of the Sixties’ hippy vibe still alive and kicking here. Alongside Baga, this is the most tourist-focused resort. That said, it’s still low-key and all about the beach. The pale sands here see fruit-sellers and hair-braiders jostling for space alongside sunbathers. For nightlife Baga just steals the crown, with a blend of hip hangouts and thatched bars. What’s more, our flights to Goa Airport put you within easy reach of Cavelossim Beach. Here bamboo shacks are pulled right up to the sand and offer daily curries and ice-cold beers. And because it’s relatively new on the radar, beaches tend to be quieter – apart from the one or two cows that like to sun themselves, too.