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Places To Visit In Goa

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Places To Visit In Goa

If you are looking for a perfect mix of the old and the new, visit the eccentric party capital of India, Goa. There is a whole dearth of places to visit in Goa from exotic beaches like Baga and Anjuna to old forts like Fort Aguada and Chapora as well as churches like the Basilica of Bom Jesus and The Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception. You can explore the beauty of Goa tourist places from royal casinos to natural wonders like waterfalls and caves and charming villages and flea markets.

One of the must visit places in Goa is the Calangute beach in North Goa where you can indulge in watersports or just laze around on the beachfront. Enjoy the view of the long coastline and try some of the delicious food items at the beach shacks and restaurants here. If you visit this beach in December, you will get to experience the celebrations of the Sunburn festival.

Other beaches you can soak up the sunshine at are the Ashwem beach in North Goa & Arossim Beach in South Goa. The swaying palm trees, the glistening sandy shores and the relaxed atmosphere of the beach shacks and restaurants here will make you feel like you are in paradise. Vagator beach is a good option if you want some solitude and peace and the red cliffs and fresh water springs make this beach a sight to behold. Baga and Anjuna are also good beaches, though they are pretty crowded most of the time.

Take a trip down memory lane by exploring Fort Aguada that lies on Sinquerim beach and view the various buildings here. Some of these buildings have been turned into a jail and the thick battlements and lighthouse are worth viewing. Another fort that is worth visiting is the Chapora fort where the movie “Dil Chahta Hain” was shot. You can get grand views of the coastline from this fort which makes for some great shots.

You should also visit the Deltin Royale Casino which is one of the major tourist attractions in Goa. Enjoy the luxury of live gaming aboard this casino ship in Panjim, North Goa where each level is filled with different gaming stations. After you are done gaming, savor some delicious seafood at the restaurants onboard the casino ship.  

If you are a nature enthusiast, the Dudhsagar Falls is a must visit tourist attraction as this 4-tiered waterfall is one of the tallest in the country. During monsoon in Goa, you can witness nature’s fury as this waterfall is fed by the rains. Besides this, the Arvalem Waterfall and the Pandava Caves are also tourist spots in Goa that you should visit. The cave complex has 5 compartments with a ‘linga’ in the middle compartment that are architectural delights.

You can also seek divine blessings at the Basilica of Bom Jesus, where the remains of St. Francis Xavier lie, as well as the Mangeshi temple. There are many more such tourist attractions in Goa, so plan that weekend getaway or major vacation to this beach paradise and enjoy a fun-filled time!

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	Spend some time at Anjuna Beach
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Anjuna Beach in Goa

If you are a beach lover, you must pay a visit to the hippie hangout Anjuna beach in North Goa on a holiday here. There are plenty of watersports, flea markets, restaurants, shops, yoga centers, spas, and buzzing nightclubs here! The beach parties here are one-of-a-kind and though it is lot quieter now, there is still a lot...

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Baga Beach is great for seafood
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Baga Beach in Goa

Hop around the shacks and enjoy the dynamic party vibe of the Baga beach in Goa which is lined with a number of shops and restaurants. You can sit back and sunbathe, indulge in some watersports, try some local delicacies or even go in for a full body massage at the spa here. This beach gets its name from the Baga river that...

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Spend some time soaking up the sun here
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Calangute Beach in Goa

Experience paradise on earth at North Goa’s largest beach, the Calangute beach where the festive environment and vibrant culture will enchant you. Tourists from all across the globe flock here to groove to the tunes of rock and eclectic music or to indulge in some fun watersports like scuba diving, parasailing, snorkeling, ...

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The hub of tourists and locals
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Panaji in Goa

Colonial-era buildings, old-school bookshops, leafy boulevards, and floating casinos underline Panaji Tourism. Nowhere in India is the Portuguese influence can be felt more strongly than in the Old Quarter of Panaji in Goa. Also known as Panjim, Panaji is the state capital of Goa.

Old Goa in Panaji is home to a number of ...

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	Where all tourists make a stop
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Club Cubana in Goa

For those who like to live it up and party, Club Cubana Goa is one of the best places to spend a few hours. Apart from the fact that it is where all tourists make a stop, most locals come over here as well to enjoy a couple of drinks and a few dances. The Club Cubana Goa dress code is stylish yet casual, just like all of

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Previously known as Porta de Gaspar Dias
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Miramar Beach in Goa

Only a short walk away from the hubbub of downtown Panaji, the golden sands of Miramar Beach are the ideal playground for the locals and tourists alike. Being only three kilometres from Panaji city, the beach is the most crowded beaches in Goa. Previously named Porta de Gaspar Dias or Gasper Dias Beach by the Portuguese set...

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One of the most beautiful beaches of the world
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Agonda Beach in Goa

Agonda Beach in Goa is one of the most beautiful beaches in South Goa. It is relatively quitter than all the other beaches in the vicinity, so you can be sure to enjoy a relaxing time there without any commotion. It is the perfect place for that secluded swim, or for sitting with a drink in hand watching the sun go down. Im...

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Seek the Lord's blessings at Bom Jesus Basilica
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Bom Jesus Basilica in Goa

The Basilica of Bom Jesus in Goa is one of the most famous attractions of this little paradisiacal state of India. Still reeling under the Portuguese rule in the state, Goa is home to a plethora of architectural marvels that remind people of the bygone era. The Bom Jesus Basilica is one such place. The Bom Jesus basilica ch...

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Enjoy a day trip to Dudhsagar Waterfalls
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Dudhsagar Waterfall in Goa

Nestled in the lush wilderness of the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary, Dudhsagar Waterfall spills down from the Western Ghats in South Goa. With a height of about 310 metres and width of 30m, this four-tiered cascade ranks among the tallest waterfalls in India. Meaning a ‘Sea of Milk’, Dudhsagar Waterfall in Goa upholds ...

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Take in the wonders of Fort Aguada
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Fort Aguada in Goa

A seventeenth-century shining beacon that once directed Portuguese sailors who dreamt of trading spices from the Konkan Coast is now thronged by vacationers wanting to make their Dil-Chahta-Hai dreams come true.

Built by the Portuguese, the formidable Fort Aguada sits south of the Sinquerim Beach in Goa near the mouth o...

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Where to go in Goa for some peace and tranquility?

South Goa is the place to be, when looking for peace in tranquility. Choose from the less visited beaches such as Agonda Beach, Candolim Beach, Patnem Beach or Palolem Beach.

Which islands to visit in goa?

If you are looking to spend some time at the small, secluded islands of Goa, then make sure to visit: Chorao Island Divar Island Canacona Island Cambariem Island Anjediva Island Butterfly Island Crocodile Island Bat Island

What are the major languages spoken in Goa?

People know English, Konkani, Marathi and Hindi languages in Goa.

What are the must have dishes of Goa?

The best and must have dishes of Goa include: Fish Recheado, Bebinca, Pork Vindaloo, Rava Fried Fish, Chicken Xacuti, Chicken Cafreal, Pork Sorpotel and Goan Nevri. Despite Goan cuisine being heavy on the non vegetarian ingredients, most hotels in the state also offer vegetarian options.

What are the emergency numbers of Goa?

Police 100 Fire 101 Ambulance 108 / 102 Goa Tourism Development Corporation Ltd Tel: (832)-2424001/ 02/ 03