The four-part documentary series delves into the state’s rich heritage, incredible biodiversity, wellness hotspots and features some of the most exclusive, lesser-known adventure destinations, making Goa a true traveller’s paradise.
New Delhi, 25th January, 2024: Renowned for its beaches and vibrant celebrations, Goa boasts a cultural richness encompassing delectable cuisine and thrilling adventure sports. With its authentic and immersive style of storytelling, National Geographic India is all set to explore the undiscovered facets of Goa in the upcoming docu-series titled 'Postcards from Goa'. Guided by Nat Geo explorer, adventure sports athlete and wildlife filmmaker Malaika Vaz, viewers will embark on an awe-inspiring journey as she rediscovers and reconnects with her homeland. Premiering on National Geographic on 25 January 2024 at 8 PM, this four-part series showcases the adventure, wildlife, food havens, and diverse heritage that lie beneath the surface of Goa.
With breath-taking cinematography, the series unfolds with Malaika immersing herself in a sequence of thrilling adventures across lesser-explored corners of Goa. Delve into the uncharted territories of this coastal paradise, from the majestic landscapes of the Western Ghats to the biodiverse mangroves of Chorão island. Explore the region’s rich biodiversity, traversing through pristine forests in Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary. The journey also explores historical ruins, and revered sites such as the Saptkoteshwar temple, the Basilica of Bom Jesus, and Namazgah.