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Cabo de Rama Fort

Akul Bajaj
Next coming to the Cabo De Rama fort. This fort is about 5 km away from the cliff view. However the road is pretty narrow so be very careful in driving till here. Once inside the fort, there are two ways, one way leads to a church and the other one leads to the top of the fort. There is a third path too which leads to the foot hill and to the shore but because of the lush green surroundings and the setting sun, we were a little reluctant to take that way.
Gunjan Upreti
Be a part of ancient history at one of the largest and oldest forts in Goa spread around an impressive area of ​​nearly 1,80,000 square meters. The fort is a great place if you're looking to escape the crowds.
Himani Khatreja
Spend an afternoon exploring the Cabo De Rama Fort
ghumakkad_bandi
A guy suggested us to visit Cabo de rama, which was the perfect place for a sea view and photo-shoot space.
Aswathy Nair
The beach consists of about 25kms of the fine powdered white sand and is bounded along its coast by coconut palms that stretch from Bogmalo in the north to Cabo de Rama in the south along south Goa's coastline.Its a standard, gorgeous South Goa beach. Sandy beach, life-guard is on duty, there are dangerous rip-tides to watch out for, good clean warm waters, spectacular sunsets, Working fishermen and their boats on the north end of the beach...Plenty of shops around...We reached Colva beach at around 6.00pm..Luckily we could see sun hiding in the ocean..Just like our mind where within couple of hours we gona say goodbye to this lively Goa..We walked a little along the sea side..Our heart was weeping inside..Oh yaar...we are going back from this place..from this city where party never ends...Back to our schedules..Tensions and Stress...We bought some sweets for our friends and family...The shopkeeper told 'Bebinca' is the most famous sweet in Goa..and we all bought 3-4 packets...Finally We reached Madagaon station and waved goodbye to Madagaon and entered the train...After having dinner, we all slept and once we wake up in the morning, we reached Kerala..Once we returned back to our office, many people got inspired by our trip and they all were excited once we told the stories to them..We got many feedbacks from our friends like we really motivate them and proved that 'Nothing is Impossible if we have passion to the thing we do'..If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader..ow...GO...GOA...GONE....Finally, Goa is a flood of memories, of thrills and of images.Even after returning from Goa, I can still taste the salt on my lips... feel the sand between my toes...smell the Goan spices...hear the waves as they crash....see the footprints left behind and know the joy of living....The whisper of the wind...waves that froth as they collapse at your feet...nights under the stars......seashells that carry the sound of the ocean...the glorious colours of light as the sun sets into the sea...the warmth of waters that envelop you...horizons that stretch forever...Come to Goa...and get in touch with yourself again...Feel Lively....In the end..it's not the years in your life that count, Its the life in your years.!Follow Your Dreams...Be Happy..Do Good and Stay Healthy...
Kunal Karanjkar
After having our lunch at a nearby restaurant, we continued going northwards to a distant Fort Cabo De Rama around 15 kms from Agonda. Again after a pleasant and scenic journey, we reached the Fort. The fort looked like it was built by the Portuguese to keep a watch as the fort compound was pretty small consisting of a small church and a tower. It could have been considered a decent location but once we reached the top of the tower, we were again pleasantly surprised as the view from the top of Cabo de Rama formed another marvelous picture! That view was simply breathtaking which we couldn't find anywhere else in Goa during the whole trip and its difficult to describe that so I'll just post a picture of it below.
Apoorv Ahlawat
Stuff to do there:Make sure you visit Cabo De Rama. The place is beyond beautiful and the drive there is even better. Take the route from Colva and you there's a point where you can only see the ocean.
Kunal Karanjkar
After having our lunch at a nearby restaurant, we continued going northwards to a distant Fort Cabo De Rama around 15 kms from Agonda. Again after a pleasant and scenic journey, we reached the Fort. The fort looked like it was built by the Portuguese to keep a watch as the fort compound was pretty small consisting of a small church and a tower. It could have been considered a decent location but once we reached the top of the tower, we were again pleasantly surprised as the view from the top of Cabo de Rama formed another marvelous picture! That view was simply breathtaking which we couldn't find anywhere else in Goa during the whole trip and its difficult to describe that so I'll just post a picture of it below.
Nehal Jimit Desai
Inside the Cabo de Rama Fort, there is the church of Santo Antonio which is in excellent condition and is still used by devotees. The white church and the black fort provide a photographic picture of stark contrast. The fort provides majestic views of the entire length of Colva beach and the Canacona stretch. The view from the ramparts of the fort is truly breathtaking!
Munish
Cabo-de-rama (3-5pm): We rode down from Madgao further south to Cabo-de-rama via Varca, Carmona and Velin. On my last visit, I found this to be a “must-visit-again” place. Stopped by a small beer shop just before the fort to grab a quick bite and a pint of beer, Gazed at the sea from the top of the fort, an isolated place, very few people turn up here, mainly locals.
Our first destination was Cabo De Rama Fort. The fort once claimed by the Portuguese and witnessed many battles now stand with a rickety structure and rusted canons. The view from the fort was simply breathtaking. The overcast sky and the endless sea with the quietness seemed cast a spell and I was left spellbound.
Smita
1)Caba Da Rama Fort:I wanted to do the Palolem beach, but the manager suggested the fort. And I’m glad I heeded his advice. The view from the fort is simply WOW. The entry to fort is free and it closes by 6 pm. As you come out of the fort, there are fields and in midst of the field you will find a beautiful spot to view the ocean.
Shraddha Pandya
Cabo De Rama Fort was built before the Portugese even settled in Goa. It isn't a very large fort and most of it is now in ruins. A small church still stands and I believe they still hold mass there once a week. Even though there isn't too much of the fort left to see, the views from there are spectacular. The fort is a little out of the way and thankfully not very crowded so you will get your peace and quiet. We reached there in time for sunset and after walking for around half an hour, found a perfect spot to watch the sunset. The north-eastern side of the fort is more easily accessible from the entry, but walk around a bit and find the western facing wall. Then enjoy the sunset, because it is beautiful.
Munish
Spectacular view of the Arabian sea from the fort.
Samantha Mascarenhas
On the way to Cabo De Rama, there is a lonely restaurant, you can stop over for a Fish thali(wholesome meal)
shay
Took a ferry, because the bridge the LP said would be finished by 2012, isn't finished.Managed to find the Portuguese fort, Cabo de Rama, without any u-turns! Made of laterite bricks, too, and much more larger though we didn’t linger here long.