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Aguada Fort



Aguada Fort  photo

This is the largest and possibly the best-preserved Portuguese bastion in Goa and was built in 1609-12, to control the entry into the river Mandovi and to protect Old Goa from potential enemy attacks.

Our Opinion : We feel this is a “must see!” place. The fort is relatively large and has a majestic view of Arabian sea on one side and Panaji city/ Dona Paula / Mandovi river on adjacent side. The Fort also has a beautiful light house. It is just 10 mins drive from Candolim beach, so if you around this beach, you should visit the fort too !

Reis Magos Fort



Reis Magos Fort photo

Reis Magos fort, surrounded by sturdy laterite walls studded with typically Portuguese turrets, was erected in 1551 to protect the narrowest point at the mouth of the Mandovi estuary. Situated across the Mandovi river from Panaji city, it is conviniently located on your way towards Candolim and Calngute beaches.

Our Opinion : Beautiful fort and recently renovated ! The fort is small but has breathe taking view of Mandovi river and Panaji city on other side of the river. A must see if you love Mario Miranda's paintings ! These paintings are displayed in one of the halls. You need to take slight de-tour from road connecting Panaji and North Goa beaches like Candolim/Calangute.

Dudhsagar Falls



Dudhsagar Falls photo

This is beautiful waterfall located on the Mandovi River in the border of the Karnataka and Goa states. It is 60 km from Panaji by road and is located on the Madgaon-Belgaum rail route about 46 km east of Madgaon and 80 km south of Belgaum.


Palolem Beach



Palolem Beach photo

Palolem Beach is a beautiful, long beach which is usually not crowded as compared to more popular North Goa beaches. It is largely unspoiled and is inhabited by both local fishermen and by foreign tourists who live in shacks along the shore or in the main village itself.

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Anjuna Beach



Anjuna Beach photo

Anjuna is world famous for its trance parties held on the beach during the tourist season. Anjuna also hosts the famous flea market (Every Wednesday) wherein you can purchase many things, ranging from fruits to jewelry, clothes and electronic devices.


Sahakari Spice Farm



Sahakari Spice Farm photo

This spice farm on the Ponda-Belgaum Road, Curti, Ponda offers a guided tour of the plantation and an authentic budget village lunch on a banana leaf, besides a traditional welcome.


Church of St Francis of Assisi (old Goa)



Church of St Francis of Assisi (old Goa) photo

The church faces west and has a nave with three chapels on either side, a choir, two altars in the transept and a main altar. To the north of the main altar is a belfry and a sacristy. The convent, which forms an annexure to the church, now houses the Archaeological Museum.


Basilica of Bom Jesus



Basilica of Bom Jesus photo

This is the only church in Old Goa not plastered on the outside, the lime plaster having been stripped off by a zealous Portuguese conservationist in 1950.  The basilica is one of the oldest churches in Goa. It stands carpeted with marble flooring and inlaid with precious stones.


Chapora Fort



Chapora Fort photo

Located in the Bardez Taluka, Chapora Fort is easily accessible from the market town of Mapusa, which is about 10 km away.The fort sits on a prominent position which commands views in all directions. It also has steep slopes on all sides.


Betalbatim beach



Betalbatim beach photo

Betalbatim is one of the quieter beaches that has somehow managed to get its fair share of development.Betalbatim, just to the north of Colva, is a good example of what a difference a few hundred metres can make, as calm, quiet and pastoral as Colva is crowded.


Candolim Beach



Candolim Beach photo

Candolim lies 15 kilometres from Panjim, the Goan capital, in northern Goa. Beginning at Fort Aguada and merging with Calangute Beach towards the end, it is one of the longest beaches in the state. The beach in itself is very calm and peaceful, at times tourists come here from Rajneesh Ashram in Pune to take a break. What adds to the scenic beauty of the sand and sea are the scrub-covered dunes at the back of the beach, quite popular with tourists.


Coco Beach



Coco Beach photo

Coco beach is situated at the mouth of the Nerul River on the Mandovi Estuary, directly opposite Miramar beach ( close to Panaji). This beach is often considered as the abridged gateway between Candolim and Nerul. The thriving fishing village has gained prominence in recent years with its exquisite location and popularity with foreign tourists.


Terekhol Fort



Terekhol Fort photo

Fort Tiracol, sometimes known as Terekhol Fort, is a fort in Goa, India. Located on the northern tip of Goa at the mouth of the Tiracol River, Fort Tiracol is reached by a ferry from Querim, 42 km North of Panaji. The name probably originated from the Marathi tir-khol meaning "steep river-bank".

Our Opinion : Enjoy the magnificent view of Arabian sea from the this fort ! The fort , though small, has been recently renovated and has beautiful views all around. Terekhol fort is quite far from Panaji city. So traveling remote places is a concern for you, you may want to skip this.

Majorda beach



Majorda beach photo

Beautiful beach with long stretches of clean sand, clean water ideal for swimming, lush green countryside, lovely bakeries.Majorda Beach is situated in the southern part of Bogmola. It is one of the marvelous beaches in Goa that is located about 18 kilometers from Dabolim Airport.


Dona Paula



Dona Paula photo

Dona Paula is a secluded bay only 7 km from Panaji with a magnificent view of the Mormugao harbour, Zuari river and Arabian sea. . This idyllic rocky tourist attraction lies at the spot where the Mandovi and the Zuari rivers meet the Arabian Sea.


Morjim Beach



Morjim Beach photo

Morjim is a village in Pernem, Goa, India; it is situated on the northern bank of the Chapora River estuary. It is home to a variety of birds and is a nesting site for Olive ridley sea turtles. The village has become known as "Little Russia" because of the concentration of Russian immigrants living there.[1]


Colva Beach



Colva Beach photo

Colvá is a coastal village in Salcete, south Goa, on the west coast of India. Colvá beach stretches for around 2.4 kilometres (1.5 mi), part of a beach consisting of about 25 kilometres (16 mi) of powder white sand, lined along its shore by coconut palms and extending from Bogmalo in the north to Cabo de Rama in the south.


Tambdi Surla Temple



Tambdi Surla Temple photo

The most ancient temple in the whole of Goa is located at a place called Tambi Surla ,which is approximately 65 kms from the capital city of Panaji.. The temple is covered in beautiful carvings, including an exquisitely detailed carved ceiling. It's dedicated to the Lord Shiva (Mahesh).


Baga Beach



Baga Beach photo

Baga a seaside town in Bardez, Goa, India. It comes under the jurisdiction of Calangute, which is 2 km south. Baga is known for its popular beach and Baga Creek. It is visited by thousands of tourists annually. Baga Beach is a popular beach and tourist destination in North Goa.[1][2] Baga is located at the north end of the contiguous beach stretch that starts from Sinquerim, Candolim, leads to Calangute and then to Baga.


Mangeshi Temple



Mangeshi Temple photo

Located around 22 km from Panaji en-route to Ponda, Mangueshi temple is one of the most popular temple in Goa. The 450-year-old temple dedicated to Shiva stands out with its simple and yet exquisitely elegant structure. The temple consists of several domes, pilasters and balustrades.


Varca Beach



Varca Beach photo

Varca is renowned for it beaches, hence it has become a popular destination for tourists. The row of wooden fishing boats seen on the beach belong to the Christian fishing community. Popular beach resorts in Varca include the ZURI White Sands Resort, the Club Mahindra Varca Beach Resort.


Vagator Beach



Vagator Beach photo

Vagator Beach is the northernmost beach of Bardez Taluka, Goa. It is located on the opposite bank of the Chapora River from Morjim in Pernem. To the south of Vagator is Anjuna, one of the first hippie haunts of Goa.


Benaulim Beach



Benaulim Beach photo

Benaulim is a census town in South Goa district in the state of Goa, India. It is a beach town a little south of Margao in Goa, India.


Calangute Beach



Calangute Beach photo

Calangute is a town in North Goa, famous for its beach. The beach is the largest in North Goa and visited by thousands of domestic and international tourists alike. The peak tourist season is during Christmas and New Year, and during the summer in May. During the monsoon season, from June through September, the sea can be rough and swimming is prohibited. The beach offers water sport activities like parasailing and water skiing, among others.


Miramar Beach



Miramar Beach photo

Miramar is the beach area of the Goan capital of Panjim, also known as Panaji and is one of the most visited beaches of Goa. Many people, mostly tourists, come to this beach every day. Originally named Porta de Gaspar Dias by the Portuguese, the name was then changed to Miramar.


Childrens Park



Childrens Park photo

Nice park in Panaji city, along side of the Mandovi river. Perfect for morning walks or evening strolls. Or if you want to catch your breathe and gaze at beautiful Mandovi reviser leisurely. Convinently located near Panaji market.


Arambol Beach



Arambol Beach photo

Arambol (also known as Harmal) is the most northerly of Goa’s developed beach resorts and is still considered the beach of choice for many long-staying budget-minded travelers in the north. One of the cleanest and less crowded beaches in Goa.


Ashwem Beach



Ashwem Beach photo

ust after the Morjim beach, Ashwem beach is one of the laid back beaches of Goa and is usually less crowded. It is not as popular as other North Goa beaches such as Calangute, Candolim but a definitely worthy of a vivist for folks who don't mind its quietness.