Goa

Goa Attractions

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Ancestral Goa Center

The Ancestral Goa Center, known by locals as the Big Foot Museum for its large foot-shaped dance floor, is one of the main attractions in the Goan village of ...  Read more

Basilica of Bom Jesus

The Basilica of Bom Jesus, a church dedicated to the worship of baby Jesus, is also home to the remains of Francis Xavier, Goa’s patron saint and one of the ...  Read more

Dudhsagar Falls

The 1,017 foot (310 meter) tall Dudhsagar Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls in India, and making the trek to the falls is a great way to get away from the ...  Read more

Fort Aguada and Lighthouse

Perched on top of a hill overlooking the Arabian Sea, Fort Aguada and its lighthouse once guarded the Portuguese colony against Dutch and Marathas invaders. ...  Read more

Anjuna Beach

During Goa’s hippie heyday, Anjuna Beach was party central; and though flower children have given way to backpacking hipsters, much of the beach’s Bohemian ...  Read more

Baga Beach

Baga Beach in northern Goa was at the center of the state’s tourism boom during the hippie heydays of the 1960s and 70s. It was here, along with the Calangute ...  Read more

Calangute Beach

Calangute Beach, known as the Queen of Beaches, is the largest stretch of sand in the region. During the festive winter holiday season, the entrance to the ...  Read more

Candolim and Sinquerim Beach

Located right next to Aguada Fort, Candolim and Sinquerim Beaches cater primarily to upmarket tour groups staying at the nearby hotels. These beaches are clean ...  Read more

Dr Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary

On the western tip of Chorao Island on Goa’s Mandovi River sits the Dr Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary. Located near the capital city of Panaji, the sanctuary feels ...  Read more

Fontainhas

Strolling the cobbled streets of Fontainhas, the Latin quarter of Goa’s capital city, feels more like being in old Portugal than in India. The neighborhood in ...  Read more

Old Goa (Ela)

From the sixteenth to eighteenth century, Old Goa (Ela) served as the colonial capital of Portuguese-India and was one of the richest cities anywhere in Asia, ...  Read more

Palolem Beach

Palolem Beach, nicknamed Paradise Beach, is the southernmost stretch of sandy coastline in Goa and one of the most stunning in all of India. The ...  Read more

Panaji (Panjim)

In 1759, when repeated bouts of malaria, cholera and finally Bubonic plague overwhelmed the magnificent city of Old Goa, the colonial capital was relocated to ...  Read more

Reis Magos Fort

The Reis Magos Fort may be less popular than the larger and newer Aguada Fort, but its position overlooking the Mandovi River and the Reis Magos Church make it ...  Read more

Sahakari Spice Farm

Indian food is known the world over for its distinctive and rich spice profile, and taking a tour of the Sahakari Spice Farm gives visitors a comprehensive ...  Read more

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