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Places To Visit In Goa

Abyss Marine Aquarium
Abyss is located at national highway verna-goa. This is 18kms from Panajm 10kms, from Margao, 9kms, from Vasco and 12kms from Ponda. At abyss; you will find wide range of attractive marine live fish and the

Abyss Marine Aquarium  in Goa

Alorna Fort
The Alorna fort is situated in the village of Alorna which is about 30 km from Mapusa and 10 km east off NH 17 from Malpem in Pernem. It was built by the Bhonsles of Sawantwadi in the 17th century. In the

Alorna Fort in Goa

Amthane Dam
The Amthane dam lies in a splendid location approximately 20 km from Mapusa. It is not yet developed for tourists and picnickers but is a nice place to unwind. The dam supplies raw water to the nearby

Amthane Dam in Goa

Ancestral Goa Museum / Big Foot
The Ancestral Goa museum/ exhibition is situated in the small village of Loutolim which is about 10 km from Margao and 25 km from Panaji. The musuem is also known as big foot. It is privately run by an artist

Ancestral Goa Museum / Big Foot in Goa

Anjunem Dam
The Anjunem Dam is located on the Sanquelim-Belgaum highway in Chorla ghat at about 10 km from the Sanquelim town. It is one of the most idyllic places to enjoy the mystic charm and greenery around. The dam

Anjunem Dam in Goa

Arvalam Waterfalls
The Arvalem or Harvalem waterfalls, which cascades down from the mountains, from a height of 50 metres, is one of the most awe-amazing spots. It is situated at about 2 km from the small town of Sanquelim and 8

Arvalam Waterfalls in Goa

Arvalem Caves
Just passing the town of Sanquelim, there is a detour road leading towards Arvalem Caves. These caves from the 6th century, are quite small, with no articulate sculptures or paintings.

Arvalem Caves in Goa

Banastari Bridge
Banastarim is also known for the Meta Bridge. The bridge in Banastarim sometimes called the Banastarim Bridge is an important link to the Tiswadi and Ponda taluka as well as to the Mandovi River. Major of the

Banastari Bridge in Goa

Boca De Vaca Spring
Situated next to the Mahalaxmi temple, the Boca de Vaca spring is one of the two springs that exist in Panaji Goa. The appearance of this Portuguese - built structure that remains aglow with soft decorative

Boca De Vaca Spring in Goa

British Cemetery in Goa
The military or the British cemetery was built in Goa in 1802 by the British. It is considered to be more than 180 years old and is the only reminder of the British occupation of the territory of Goa during

British Cemetery in Goa in Goa

Budbudyanchi Tali
The Budbudyanchi Tali or the bubble lake also known locally as Budbud Talli or Bomadyanchi Talli is located in Netravali in the Sanguem taluka. It is a sacred tank of bubbles attached to the Gopinath temple

Budbudyanchi Tali in Goa

Cabo De Rama
Cabo de Rama is situated 16 km north of Agonda in the coast road at the south end of Colva Bay. Also known as The Cape of Rama, it takes its name from the Hindu epic Ramayana hero, Lord Rama as according the

Cabo De Rama in Goa

Cabo Raj Bhavan / Governors Palace
Situated at the end of a narrow cape where the Mandovi and Zuari rivers merge into the sea, the Cabo Raj Bhavan also known as the Governor's Palace, is the official residence of the governor of Goa. After the

Cabo Raj Bhavan / Governors Palace in Goa

Carambolim Lake in Goa
The Carambolim Lake is situated approx 2 kms southeast of Old Goa in the Tiswadi taluka. It is excellent place of birding in Goa that supports a large population of herbivorous birds. Built to facilitate

Carambolim Lake in Goa in Goa

Chapoli Dam
The Chapoli dam is situated 1 km north-east of Chaudi in Canacona. It is approximately 40 km from Margao. The dam is located in a scenic spot extending westward from the Sahyadris. It makes it an excellent

Chapoli Dam in Goa

Chapora Fort
Before this present fort build by Portuguese, there was a one fort way long before, even before the arrival of Portuguese in Goa.

Chapora Fort in Goa

Chorao Island
The Tiswadi island of Chorao is situated 5 kms from Panaji. The earliest settlers of the island were 10 families of the Goud Saraswat Brahmins. The people of the island are today known as the Chodankars.

Chorao Island in Goa

Churches, Chapels, Temples a varied legacy
Perhaps nowhere are the diverse influences of Goa more dramatic than in the places of worship. It is not uncommon to come across a temple in the Maratha style, with a distinctively Christian Plan and an

Churches, Chapels, Temples a varied legacy in Goa

Devil's Canyon
Devil's Canyon also known as 'Devcharacho kond' in Konkani, is a picturesque river gorge near Molem situated in a beautiful patch of the jungle where the river flows with great turbulence and cuts the deep

Devil's Canyon in Goa

Divar Island
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 Viceroy's

Divar Island in Goa

Dudhsagar Waterfall
The Dudh Sagar waterfall is situated in the Indian state of Goa in Sanguem taluka. It is located 60 kms from the capital city of Panaji and is well connected with Panjim and Margao through a rail and road

Dudhsagar Waterfall in Goa

Fort Aguada
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

Fort Aguada in Goa

Goa State Museum
A kilometer south west of the KTC bus stand in Panaji is the Goa State museum. It includes various items like copper plate inscription of Kadamba Kings, wooden statues of Christian saints, stone and bronze

Goa State Museum in Goa

Kuskem Waterfall
The Kuskem waterfall is located in the Canacona taluka in South Goa. It can be visited whilst on the way to the Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary which is the state's second largest after the Bhagwan Mahaveer

Kuskem Waterfall in Goa

Lamgau Caves
Yet another famous tourist spot which cannot be missed out are the caves at Lamgau. These can be approached in 2 ways.

Lamgau Caves in Goa

List of Beaches In Goa
The 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

List of Beaches In Goa in Goa

Madei Wildlife Sanctuary
The Madei Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Sattari takula in North Goa. It is spread over an area of 208 sq km and is a link between the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and the Sawantwadi forests in

Madei Wildlife Sanctuary in Goa

Mapusa Market
A famous market and fondly known as ?Mapusa Friday Market? as it is taken place every Friday. This is fully crowded and lively being loaded with wide variety shopping, as every inch of place is booked by

Mapusa Market in Goa

Maya Lake
Maya Lake also known as Mayem Lake is situated in Mayem in the Bicholim taluka of North Goa. It is a popular tourist spot in Goa for boating. The beautiful Maya lake is located 7 kms from the Saptakoteshwar

Maya Lake in Goa

Nanus Fort in Goa
Nanus Fort is located in the Satari taluka of North Goa. It is now in ruins but is known as a historical fort that was built in the seventeenth century. The Nanus fort is known to be built by Shivaji. However

Nanus Fort in Goa in Goa

Naval Aviation Museum
The Naval Aviation Museum is situated at about 2 km from the airport on the Bogmalo beach in Goa. It is the only Naval Aviation Museum that exist in Asia and is also one of the only seven naval aviation

Naval Aviation Museum in Goa

Panjim Bridge
Panjim which is the main city of Goa is well connected by the parallel bridges. The Panaji bridge also known as the Mandovi bridge connects the Betim village to the Panjim city. During the 1980's the Panaji

Panjim Bridge in Goa

Patto Bridge
The Patto bridge a historic monument built by the Portuguese is a small bridge in Panjim the capital city of Goa. The bridge is the extension of the causeway known as Ponte de Linhares that is about 3.2 kms

Patto Bridge in Goa

Pequeno / Bat Island in Goa
The Pequeno Island in Goa also known as the Bat Island is located just a kilometer away from Baina beach of Vasco-da-Gama. The island forms a great surprise for those seeking adventures and comprises of a

Pequeno / Bat Island in Goa in Goa

Reis Magos Fort
The significant aspect of the little headland of Reis Magos jutting out at the north end of the sandbar was the defeat of a Muslim outpost by Albuquerque in 1510 during one of his battles wherein Bardez was

Reis Magos Fort in Goa

Rivona Caves
The Rivona Caves also known as the Pandava caves are situated in the village of Rivona in South Goa at about 5 km northeast of Ponda. They are considered to be dug in the 6th or 7th century by the Buddhist

Rivona Caves in Goa

Ruins of the Colvale Fortress
The ruins of the Fortress of Colvale is located in the Bardez taluka of North Goa. It was built in the year 1681 by the court of Alvor to safeguard the Bardez frontier against the Marathas and Bhonsles. In

Ruins of the Colvale Fortress in Goa

San Jacinto Island
You can visit Issorcim beach around Bogmalo beach, which is only 11/2 kms away. This beach is completely secluded save for the local villagers, and is particularly good for fishing. Here, plate coral also

San Jacinto Island in Goa

Selaulim Dam
The Selaulim dam lies on the Selaulim river at about 5 km from the Sanguem town. it is Goa's biggest man-made water storage source that is also a favourite picnic spot for locals. During the monsoons, the

Selaulim Dam in Goa

Siolim Bridge
The Siolim bridge in Goa connecting villages such as Siolim and Chopdem lies 7 kms south of Morjim across the Chapora River. The bridge is a landmark in the Siolim village from where one can see some great

Siolim Bridge in Goa

Spice Planatations in Goa
The spice plantations in Goa are situated in the Ponda region and are quite popular as a major tourist attraction. The plantations use organic methods of cultivation and farming and are known to produce many

Spice Planatations in Goa in Goa

Splashdown Waterpark
Splashdown is Goa's number one Water Park. The Facility boasts of 5 pools, a variety of slides, flumes and other interesting features. There is something to do for all ages, the mild and strong of heart.

Splashdown Waterpark  in Goa

The Azad Maidan
It is the small plot in Panjim town, a pavilion in the center presently built and in the middle is the statue of Dr. Tristao de Braganza Cunha, the former Goan Freedom Fighter, He was the ?Valiant Hero of Goan

The Azad Maidan in Goa

The Statue Of Abbe Faria
The statue of Abbe Jose Custodia Faria, is that of a priest hypnotizing a woman and is located in a small square just near the Secretariat in Panjim.

The Statue Of Abbe Faria in Goa

The Zuari bridge
The Zuari bridge on the Zuari river is one of the most scenic and beautiful spots in Goa that links the capital city of Panaji in North Goa with Vasco da Gama and the Mormugao port in South Goa. It is also

The Zuari bridge in Goa

Tiracol Fort
The Terekhol or Tiracol fortress, exclusive of border encounters, political tensions and confronations is an important landmark in Goan history. It is surrounded by a natural river flowing east-west on its

Tiracol Fort in Goa

Usgalimal Rock Carvings
The mysterious rock carvings of Usgalimal were discovered in 1993 by the villagers of Usgalimal, which is situated at about 16 kms south of Rivona in the Sanguem taluka in south Goa. The villagers informed

Usgalimal Rock Carvings in Goa

Viceroy's Arch
The Viceroy's Arch erected in 1599 by Viceroy Francisco da Gama was once the main street for entering Old Goa. It was built as a memorial to the achievements of Vasco da Gama, the famous explorer.

Viceroy's Arch in Goa

Vintage Car Museum
Ashvek Vintage World is a Vintage Car Museum situated in Nuvem, Salcete, Goa. It is Goa's first and only vintage car museum that showcases over a dozen vintage cars sourced from Goa or neighboring areas like

Vintage Car Museum in Goa

Wax World Museum
Old Goa is the home to India's second wax museum. Each figurine is carefully sculpted of paraffin wax; the hair used is natural, although the eyes and teeth are artificial. The museum has over 30 life-size,

Wax World Museum in Goa
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