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About Goa

Goa, located on the west coast of India, is an immensely popular holiday destination for thousands of European and domestic tourists who vist Goa simply for the splendor and beauty it provides. With miles and miles of beaches and thanks to its unique geographical and historical position, it provides a harmonious blend of Eastern and Western culture and an unhurried pace of life, that is typically bohemian in nature. Variously known as "Pearl of the Orient" and a "Tourist Paradise", the state of Goa is located on the western coast of India in the coastal belt known as Kankan.

The magnificent scenic beauty and the architectural splendours of its temples, churches and old houses have made Goa a firm favourite with travellers around the world. But then, Goa is much more than just beaches and sea. It has a soul which goes deep into unique history, rich culture and some of the prettiest natural scenery that India has to offer. The vast expanse of the Arabian Sea on the west forms the magnificent coastline for which Goa is justly famous.

The vast green expanse of the Sahyadri mountain range ensures that Goa has an abundance of water. Rivers which weave their way throughout the state forming the inland waterways adding beauty and romance. Along the way to the coast these waterways form estuaries, creeks and bays breaking the sandy, palm-fringed coastline behind which lie the fishing villages among the coconut groves.


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Places to Visit:

Beaches of Goa

Beaches of Goa

Beaches of Goa are much ahead of other beaches in India in terms of popularity and the facilities that are available here. The beaches here have been accepted as a matter of life, there are exotic cuisine backing the pleasure of have on sun and sand, and water sports facilities that include from water scooters to water gliding. To add on you can shake your legs for some time with a glass of fenny and beer, engaged in shopping on the beachside, or have midnight bonfire on the beach.

Churches of Goa

Churches of Goa

Goa, Jewel of India, is studded with temples and churches, which remain as silent but forceful witnesses to the intense religious history of the diverse people who lived here. Hence a pilgrimage to Goa is a unique experience. Amongst the places to visit in Goa are Church of Our Lady of Rosary, The Rachol Seminary, Church of St. Francis of Assisi, The Se Cathedral and Basilica of Bom Jesus.

Temples of Goa

Temples of Goa

Noroa River, the Arvalem Waterfall, and the Brahma Camandolu or Water Pot of Brahma - the creator, in the old Goa Hills are the main Hindu pilgrimage spots in Goa. One more sacred place is Sidhanath Mountain in Borim Village. Amongst the myriad temples found here, there is a vast representation of the gods and goddesses of the Hindu pantheon, which testifies to the catholicity of the people's beliefs as well as their mutual tolerance. Indeed, Goa is could be loved just for this rare quality which one feels imperceptibly on even a short visit.

Fort Aguada goa

Fort Aguada

The Aguada Fort was built by the Portuguese colonial rulers on the beach south of Candolim at the shore of the Mandovi River in 1612. A freshwater spring within the fort provided water supply to the ships that used to stop by. This is how the fort got its name Aguada meaning Water. The heart of the fort was protected by two hundred cannons and a deep dry moat, which one still has to cross to get inside.

Aguda Fort is one of the prime Goa tourist places and one of the major heritage sites in Goa state. Aguada Fort is one of the top attractions you must include in Goa packages.

Visited From: Kadamba Bus Terminus

Transportation Options: Bus / Cab / Auto / Rental Bike

Address: Fort Aguada Rd, Aguada Fort Area, Candolim, Goa 403515

Year built: 1612

Dudhsagar Waterfalls

Dudhsagar Waterfalls

Dudhsagar falls is a four tiered waterfall located on the Mandovi River in Goa. This waterfall is amongst Indias tallest waterfalls with a height of 310 m (1017 feet) and an average width of 30 m (100 feet) at its peak. This falls is located inside the Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary, at the border between Karnataka and Goa states.

Distance (From Panjim (Goa)): 71 Kms

Visited From: Panjim (Goa)

Trip Duration (Including Travel): Half Day to Full Day

Place Location: In Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary

Transportation Options: Bus / Cab / Rental Bike

Address: Sonaulim, Goa 403410

Height: 320 m

Water Sports in Goa

Water Sports in Goa

Goa is an adventure in itself but it is the water sports in Goa which provide the majority of fun. Even if you are not an adventure seeker, get ready to experience ultimate adrenaline rush. The land of ‘Sun, Sand and Sea’ offer a range of thrilling water sports. There are adventures throughout the year and some are season specific.

Water Sports in Goa include:

  • Windsurfing
  • Jet skiing
  • Speed boats
  • Scuba Diving & Snorkeling
  • Banana tube boat ride
  • Knee-and-Wake boarding
  • Kayaking
  • River Rafting
  • Dinghy Sailing

Chapora Fort

Chapora Fort

The Chapora Fort is in North province, 21.7 kilometers from Panaji and simply seven hundred meters from the Vagator beach. its set on a hill simply on top of the Vagator beach, with the Chapora beach on the opposite aspect. The Chapora watercourse meets the sea here. this Chapora fort was erected by Adil Shah of Iran of Bijapur on the location of AN ancient fort, that existed even before the Portuguese came to province in 1510. The Portuguese rulers took over the Chapora fort in 1717, and created it a border outpost for dominant land, permitting simple ocean passage, and to forestall enemy attacks.

Address: Chapora Fort Rd, North Goa, Chapora, Goa 403509 .

Getting there

Goa by Air

Dabolim is the main entry point for Goa situated at a distance of around 29 km from Panaji on the coast near Vasco da Gama. Most domestic airlines operate in Goa apart from chartered private airlines operating from UK and Germany. There are many direct flights from Delhi and Mumbai daily.

Goa by Rail

The two major railheads in Goa are Madgaon and Thivim, which are well connected by trains from all over the country.

Goa by Road

There are a number of public as well as private bus operators in Goa, which offer options for intra-city and inter-city conveyance. KSRTC, MSRTC and KTC are some of the Government undertakings that operate from Panaji, Madgaon and Vasco Da Gama. Private bus operators include the likes of Neeta Tour and Travels, Paulo Travels and Naik Tours and Travels. Goa enjoys daily bus service from important cities like Mumbai and Pune.


The tourist season in Goa begins in late September and carries on through early March. The weather in these months is usually dry and pleasantly cool. Then the weather gets fairly hot around May and by end of June, Goa receives the full blast of the Indian monsoon with sudden downpours and tropical thunderstorms. However it is also during the monsoon that Goa is probably at its most beautiful, with greenery sprouting all around.

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