Anjuna, is a relatively less crowded place in South Goa. It offers great food, cheap stays, tourist stuff like forts, churches, flea markets, adventure stuff like paragliding. If you yearn to watch Dolphins, you can find many places, on the banks of the Mandovi River nearby at Sinquerim beach, that offer tours for a fee. When the sun goes down, beach shacks come alive with live music, and great food and drinks. You can dance until the stars fade against a lilac sky, if you haven't passed out already that is.
3 km from Panaji Centre, Near Dayanand Bandodker Marg, Panaji
The main beach in the heart of the city, this is just a few minutes drive from the Panjim Main Market. Being is such a location, this beach is almost everytime crowded. The scenic beauty is awesome and the main reason is that this is the mouth of the Mandovi River. The slope of the beach is gentle and thus this place is ideal for swimming. You can also go for a morning or evening walk along the beach or sit and enjoy some snacks sold by the sellers who sit on the shores. This is however not the best beach if you are seeking one with lot of serenity and peacefulness.
Near Mandovi River, Panaji
3. Divar Island, GoaThe island of Divar lies in the Mandovi river in Goa. The rather huge island is home to some fascinating people and cultures. The island in itself has four villages which are diverse and fascinating in their practices. Its relative isolation has kept Divar in a unique state, which appears to be stuck in time. According to folktales, Divar was originally occupied by people of Old Goa who migrated here to escape a disastrous plague, which spread across Goa at that time.Every year Divar is decorated with lights to celebrate three festivals – two of them being Bonderam and Potekar. Bonderam is a carnival that takes place on every fourth Saturday of August, when each part of the village takes out their floats for the parade. Potekar, like Halloween, is celebrated three days before Lent and is a spectacle where locals roam around wearing handmade masks and bells!How to reach: Ferry from Ribandar and Old Goa. The island is about 10 km upriver from Panjim.
North Goa District, Panaji 403509
The best of the journey started after Dona Paula. We took Goa University route to exit Panjim. To stay off the highway, we took a right after BSNL Bambolim Campus towards Bambolim beach, driving through woods to hit Siridao beach, which gives you a breath-taking view of Dona-Paula from the opposite side.
Nr. Panjim, Btw. Miramar and Caranzalem, Panaji 403601
19. Caranzalem beachThis is another beach close to Panjim, popular among locals.
Near Kala Academy, Panaji
Below the Mandovi Bridge. Patto, Panaji
lots of options for seafood available here, enjoyed perfect view of the sunset.#One night for cruise nightEntry ticket is 300/- and not at all worth :pThey will start with some folk Goa dance and that was so so, but what I thought of cruise that it will be an open space, people were dancing, enjoying an evening with wine glasses looking around. but it was typical cruise. calling a bunch of people one by one on stage to dance, when it was my turn I just danced like hell whatever the song came to enjoy myself or to #paisawasool.
South Goa District, Panaji 403601
Near Verna Plateau, Panaji
Near Mandovi River, Panaji
South of Betul Beach, Panaji 403601
12 Km from Palolem beach, Panaji
Cunha Rivara Road, Altinho, Panaji 403001
Tourist Places in Panjim offer an interesting mix of sightseeing attractions, beach places and some of the country’s best offerings in food and nightlife. The Saturday Night Market, as it is called, is full of surprises and the list of places to visit in Panaji is bursting at the seams.
Some of the most talked about tourist attractions in Panjim include the Arambol Beach, which is among the best and most visited in the country. Panjim is known for it's casinos. Shopping on Anjuna Market, pub-hopping in Titos Lane, and places like Basilica of Bom Jesus, and Goa state musem are among the most popular activities to experience the best the city has to offer. Sightseeing in Panji would include museums to celebrated churches like Immaculate Conception Church, Panjim offers a range of options for all types of travellers, be it families, couples or solo travellers. Eclectic and vibrant, the city is both cosmopolitan and yet full of traditional flavors and nuance. There’s never a shortage of places to visit in Panjim.
Panjim is well-connected to all major cities in India by air and all modes of public transportation. The best way to get around the city is on public transportation and taxis.
The best time to visit most places in Panjim the months between September to March and the month of July, when the weather is cool and perfect to experience all the top tourist attractions in Panjim.
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