Goa Attractions
Visit Calangute Beach Goa
Calangute Beach
... just 6kms

Calangute beach, set with the backdrop of the Arabian Sea, is truly named the “Queen of the Beaches”. Surrounded by palm and coconut trees, the beach of Calangute was once a busy fishing village. Today, Calangute is one of the most popular and busiest beaches of Goa. The beach of Calangute is the perfect place for indulging in any kind of water sports and beach activities..

Chapora Fort in Goa
Chapora Fort
... just 6kms

Before the fort was built by the Portuguese, this fort was in Goa, even before their arrival.

Divar Island Goa attraction
Divar Island
... just 28kms

The beautiful Divar Island that is rarely visited is situated across the Mandovi River from Old Goa. A ferry connects the southern end of the island with Old Goa. The ferry wharf is situated near the Viceroys Arch at Old Goa. Another ferry links the .

Sightseeing in Goa
Fort Aguada
... just 13kms

The Fort Aguada is one of the largest and impressive forts preserved as one of the best known landmarks in Goan history. Its prominence has grown from the fact that its headland on which it is built offers a wonderful site for military architecture.

Baga beach Goa Attraction
Baga Beach
... just 5.5kms

Goa Baga beach is an option for those who want to be away from the hustle and bustle found on the other beaches. Baga Beach in Goa looks as if it has come straight out of a painting… Majestic white waves rushing to wipe out the feet imprints.

Anjuna Beach Goa Tourist Place
Anjuna Beach
... just 4.5kms

The Anjuna beach in Goa is known for its full-moon (acid house) parties. Held for and by young tourists, these parties have attracted thousands of tourists. The trance party with dance, frolic, and merriment goes on all night beside the fire.

Anjuna Flea Market Goa Sightseeing
Anjuna Flea Market
... just 5kms

Every Wednesday a flea market is held at Anjuna beach. This market is very popular among the tourists and is big and spread over the Anjuna coast line where everything under the sun can be found.The origins of the Flea market are dedicated to the Hipp.

Casino in Goa Attraction
Casinos in Goa
... just 3kms

Casinos in Goa are an integral part of the nightlife in Goa. They are not unique to Goa and have been started to promote tourism in the state. Infact Goa is now known to be a home for some of the finest casinos in India that offer the best of casino gaming.

Churches Goa Attractions
Convent & Church Of St Francis Of Assisi
... just 24kms

The convent and church of St. Francis of Assisi is situated at Old Goa. Originally this church and surrounded convent was founded by Eight Franciscan, who arrived in the year 1517, during the Portuguese rule.

Mangueshi Temple Goa Sightseeing
Shri Mangueshi Temple
... just 40kms

The Mangueshi Temple is situated 22 kms from Panaji (26 kms. from Margao) at Priol in the Ponda Taluka. It is dedicated to Lord Mangueshi, a form of Shiva, which is recognised only in Goa.

Tourist Attractions in Goa
Dudh Sagar
... just 75kms

Perched on the lofty peaks of the Western Ghats, the Dudh Sagar waterfalls offer unrivalled beauty, and amazing scenery full of exquisite charms when in full flux after the monsoon showers. The Dudh Sagar waterfalls, which from a distance appear like milky streams, gradually climax into a gushing cascade as they come into full view of the onlookers. .


Colva Beach Tourist Attraction in Goa
Colva Beach
... just 49kms

The frilly movements of the sea appear as if the sea is lazily enjoying the tickling sensations spread by the waves riding over it. This is how you can describe the sea at Colva beach. Colva Beach is one of the finest beaches in Goa, India. The white sands of Colva Beach is soft and fine, ideal to walk barefoot anytime day or night. Colva beach is the pride of Salcete and the only rival to Calangute by its scenic splendour.

Goa Sightseeing Bigfoot
Big Foot
... just 40kms

A vintage reproduction of Goa - as it existed under the colonial ambiance yet still retaining a checkered flavour of originality. Ancestral Goa - a museum of a mock - up village flanked by lush parkland, welcomes you to Big Foot.


Spice Farm Goa Attractions
Spice Plantation
... just 40kms

Major spice plantations that produce exotic spices Sahakari Spice Farm Located at a distance of just 2 kilometers from Ponda, the Sahakari spice plantation is famous for its farms and grows many fruits. One of the most unique spices grown here is vanilla. The farm is spread over 130 acres and also has two small streams flowing right through.

Abyss Spice Farm
This spice plantation is located on high mountains amidst stunning surroundings near Ponda. Many tourists visit the Abyss spice plantation as it is famous for the medicinal herbs that are grown over here on a large scale. Savoi Spice Plantation This spice plantation is located at a distance of around 10 kilometers from Ponda. The main spices grown here are cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, turmeric, ginger, basil, nutmeg and pepper plantations. The cashew distillation unit is an added attraction here.

Dona Paula Goa Tourist Place
Dona Paula
... just 24kms

A secluded bay situated on the Arabian Sea, the Dona Paula Beach is one of the most sought after beaches in Goa. A meeting point of the Zuari and Mandov rivers the Dona Paula Beach. An ideal holiday spot for tourists and locals alike this beach is also known as the Lovers Paradise. Named after the daughter of one of the viceroy’s of India Dona Paula de Menzes, who jumped off the cliff because she was not permitted to marry a local fisherman, this beach is haunted by mysticism and divine beauty.

Dolphin Trip Goa Sightseeing
Dolphin Trips
... just 14kms

Dolphin watching trips consists of a brief glance of a rather timid than playful creature, and to get a photograph you have to be more lucky than skillful. Take a Fishing Boat Trip and watch the dolphins feeding in the early morning as watching these graceful creatures in their natural habitat is a great delight. One can also take a trip up the river to see the crocodiles in the back waters and mangrove swamps.

Crocodile Trip Goa Tourist Attraction
Crocodile Trips
... just 17kms

Crocodile spotting in Goa carries with it a notion of adventure. You can thrive in the glory of pure natural beauty that surrounds you. A crocodile spotting tour in Goa often doubles up as a river cruise through the rivers of the state.


Bird Sanctuary Goa Tourist Destination
Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary
... just 24kms

One of the smallest bird sanctuaries, Dr. Salim Ali Bird sanctuary has been named after India's renowned ornithologist. This sanctuary is spread over an area of merely 1.8 square kilometers. Though small, the sanctuary homes around 400 species of birds, both local and migratory.

Tourist Attractions in Goa
Back Water
... just 30kms

Experience the goodness of Goa. Explore the absolute virgin unexplored pristine, tranquil backwaters with excellent food, fresh seafood and a variety of other Goan dishes that we have selected especially for you.

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