Good Friday and Easter Sunday are two major events in the Catholic calendar the world over. Preceded by forty days of lent, where Christians give up a vice of their choosing as repentance for sins committed. Good Friday usually begins with a grand mid-night mass in almost every Church in the state of Goa. This is followed the very next day by ‘the Stations of the Cross’, where various village congregations re-enact Jesus Christ’s journey to Golgotha where he was nailed to death on the cross. It is this day that hot-cross buns are consumed to break the 40-day long fast, once the Stations of the Cross are concluded.

Two days on and we’re met by Easter Sunday, which is a day for Christians to rejoice as Jesus Christ is said to have risen from the dead to look over them. Whatever be Easter and Good Friday’s religious connotations, it is the festive spirit that swoops the state without any religious bias.

With schools, colleges and workplaces on a break, Goa sees thousands of local and foreign tourists flock to its sunny beaches for the long Easter weekend. Confectioneries overflow with special Easter goodies like Easter eggs, hospitality industries launch special menus of delicious treats and accommodation deals to lure travelers, and travel & tourism companies much like ourselves; offer festive discounts on varied water sport activities and trips to help you make the most of your long weekend in Goa.

Whether it’s a spiritual and religious trip you seek or a fun-filled, adventure inspired one; Atlantis Watersports has the right fit to keep you enthralled throughout your stay. From a religious pilgrimage to the famous Old Goa churches to a scuba diving escapade that satiates every sense; our gob-smacking Easter offers will leave you wanting more.

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Jeffrey Cray
A part time blogger and full time web-marketeer. From Goa, India. Has roots in Jerusalem, Israel and Pattaya Thailand. A nature freak and travel junkie. Currently operates out of Thailand."