Cabo de Rama in Goa
Beautiful Views of Sea, Sand, Sunset and South Goa
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About Cabo de Rama in Goa
One of the most underrated tourist spots in Goa, the Cabo de Rama Fort in the Canacona region of South Goa, is a must visit for those looking for an off-beat location to explore. The fort is spread over 18000 square meters. The cabo de rama fort history says that it was named after Lord Rama, who along with his wife Sita, came to spend some time of their 14 years of exile at the fort. It used to be known as Rama Killa back then, after which there were minor clashes among other rulers to gain access to the fort. The fort was constructed by Soonda rulers, during the 16th century, and was later taken over by the Portuguese in the year 1763.
It is located between two popular beaches of Goa, namedly Agonda Beach and Cavelossim Beach. Right below the fort, there is a small beach as well, measuring nearly 500 meters, known as the Cabo de Rama beach. Although the fort is currently in ruins, it is a great place to visit to soak in the heritage and architectural styles, which is a mix of Indian and Portuguese. After the Britishers invaded, Cabo de Rama in Goa was turned over to them in the year 1792, after which they too abandoned it in the year 1813. In the year 1955, it was turned into a prison, but later was left in ruins after being abandoned for the last time.
There are moats, ramparts, a watchtower, cannons, springs, water tank and a small chapel, which is still operational, and an annual feast is held here every year.
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Is Cabo de Rama a haunted place?
It is surely a deserted place, with the possibility of not seeing another person for quite a while, especially on a day with less tourists. Maybe the deserted air has given rise to the haunted theory, since there are no such evidence supporting the same.
What else is there to see near Cabo de Rama fort?
There is plenty to see near the Cabo de Rama fort, such as Agonda Beach, Cola Beach, Varca Beach and Patnem Beach.
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