Top 50 Places to visit in Goa

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Best things to do in Goa and sightseeing in Goa

Palolem Beach - Goa

It is beach located in Canacona, Goa and is quite untouched by tourists, it is inhabited by foreign tourists and local fishermen and is about 1.60kms in length and was also showcased in the movie The Bourne Supremacy.
mohit sharma

67 Followers, 14 Reviews


This beach is black sand beach in Goa.
Tanvi S

244 Followers, 77 Reviews


Serene Beach in South Goa
Subhadeep Banerjee

11 Followers, 9 Reviews


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Baga Beach - Goa

One of the most popular as well as one of the most charming locations of Bardez, this is one out of the main beaches of the region. Especially, after the sun sets, the beach is beautifully lit up and so are the food shacks around. Carnivals are also organized here periodically and being here is absolutely blissful. If you feel the place is too crowded, the secret is that the region on the northern end of the beach where you find the main carpark or the mouth of the river is mostly crowded. This is because most of the water activity rentals are found over here. If you walk for about 15 minutes from here you will find the crowd thinning out and the beach becoming even more beautiful and peaceful. Besides the scenic beauty, the beach is also cleaner on this part and the water is cleaner too. The warm waters of the Baga Beach are not only fit for water sports but also for some swimming and beach games before that.
mohit sharma

67 Followers, 14 Reviews


so we spent 3 hours after clubbing, here on the Baga to witness the sunrise! Our bad that we missed out that Goa is on west coast so the sunrise turned out to be one of the funniest moment. Still this beach is lively till 4am. Few shacks were still open and playing music.
Tanvi S

244 Followers, 77 Reviews


The most lively beach of goa, eat and drink in the Shacks or enjoy water sports.
Damini Aggarwal

279 Followers, 124 Reviews


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water activities, swimming, eating
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Aguada Fort Area - Goa

Aguada means water and this was the most precious and prized fort of the Portuguese. It is so huge that it covers almost the full southern portion of the peninsula of Bardez. It is on the Sinquerim Beach and on the banks of the Mandovi River. The fort was built in the 17th Century and is still very well preserved, except the fact that it has long been abandoned from the time when the Portuguese left Goa. A holiday Resort owned by the Tatas is also a part of this fort complex. The might of the fort walls is still well visible. It was made so strong to make it safe against the Maratha and the Dutch rulers and it was successfull enough in its initiative.
mohit sharma

67 Followers, 14 Reviews


Aswathy Nair

200 Followers, 45 Reviews


This is one of the sightseeing places in Goa. There is the lighthouse on this fort. Many bollywood movies are shot here. Whilst going to this place, you will come across Dolphin ride too. On my first trip to Goa, we had taken the dolphin ride and we didn't spot a single dolphin. We had paid 300rs just for 30mins boat ride. So this time I was sure that I am skipping the dolphin ride and so did my group fellows too. We visited this place in scorching midnoon heat so we visited the place, clicked pictures as fast as we could and left early as the heat was unbearable. I am sure the evening time would be better as the view of vast ocean from this place is incredible too.
Tanvi S

244 Followers, 77 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Budget
Free

Calangute Beach - Goa

Known as the 'Queen of Beaches', this is regarded as the most popular tourist destination of Goa. The beach is located at about 15 kilometres from the capital city of Panjim and is in the northern part of Goa. There are also a number of very good holiday resorts out here and this makes the place even more popular. Besides, the Calangute Beach has to offer to its guests and visitors the golden sands, opportunities for water sports, awesome Goan cuisine and some lovely views too. The beach is steep and is thus not very apt for swimming but it can be done still if you do not go far off.
mohit sharma

67 Followers, 14 Reviews


Peaceful beach with best sunset view
Riket Shah

13 Followers, 12 Reviews


A very crowded beach as there is parking near this beach. The chain of restaurants begin and is at walk able distance from Baga.
Shruthi

4 Followers, 17 Reviews


Best time to visit
November- February
Things to do
water activities, swimming, eating
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Dudhsagar Falls - Goa

mohit sharma

67 Followers, 14 Reviews


Just sink into the feeling of water and greenery around you and if you are too tired, hitch a ride on a goods train back to civilisation
KatchuTravels

28 Followers, 46 Reviews


We continued our 12 km trek on the railway track. At some places we wandered off to the adjecent forest and found mini streams, waterfalls and river. We took snack breaks and ate the packed food that we had. Near Caranzol we also found a shop where we had tea and chips and asked for boiled water to have our Cuppa Noodles.
Smiti Maini

299 Followers, 123 Reviews


Arambol Beach - Goa

The 'capital of hippie culture in Goa' : Arambol is considered to be one of the best beaches in Goa. Very calm, serene and away from the hustle bustle of tourists.
Damini Aggarwal

279 Followers, 124 Reviews


It's the north most and less crowded beach with crystal clear sea
Sumit Singh

432 Followers, 8 Reviews


Aditya Sen

351 Followers, 70 Reviews


Colva Beach - Goa

Colva is a village in south goa and the beach stretches about for about 2.4kms of white sand and coconut palms, it is a famous tourist destination with budget hotels, shacks, pubs etc. It was a popular getaway for the Portugese when they were in India, this place has alot of migrants from Portugal, Brazil, Angola etc.
mohit sharma

67 Followers, 14 Reviews


Aswathy Nair

200 Followers, 45 Reviews


This place always gave me a new experience ... sometimes it started raining heavily, sometimes I fell in love with the view and sometimes I just sat on the beach and heard the ocean.
Sanchi Luthra

16 Followers, 5 Reviews


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Anjuna Beach - Goa

Anjuna is firstly the name of a village and is one of the places where the earliest Hindus came and settled down. There is also the church of St. Micheal over here which is another major attraction besides the flea market of Anjuna. Coming to the beach of Anjuna, this is not a very crowded beach but is still quite a popular one. The crowd is of mostly foreigners and so you can expect a different surrounding than you find in other beaches or the ones in Mumbai or South India. You can enjoy swimming as well as water sports here and it is also a perfect place for picnics and get togethers.
mohit sharma

67 Followers, 14 Reviews


This beach is famous for the Market, and you could do a lot of shopping here, Its a completely different world. Some unique restaurants with beach view are perfect for candle light dinners.
Shruthi

4 Followers, 17 Reviews


Lots of options to eat with great view of Arabian Sea from eateries.
Subhadeep Banerjee

11 Followers, 9 Reviews


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shopping, water activities, picnics
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Chapora Fort - Goa

Located in Bardez, his fort rises above the Chapora River. This was a red laterite fort built by the Portuguese in place of an earlier Muslim structure in the 1th Century. It was then captured and again lost by a number of Hindu rulers before the Portuguese finally abandoned it in the year 1892. The main enemies of this fort were the Bahmani Sultans who were successful in capturing it and again later it was captured by the Marathas in the beginning of the 18th Cdentury. It was recaptured by the Portuguese to be taken back again by the Marathas. This battle went on for a long time after which the fort was absolutely deserted. At present, what we can see here are simply ruins of the fort and the heads of two tunnels. Regular buses from Anjuna and Mapusa can bring and take you back from here.
Fort where Dil chahta hai was shooted. Birds eye view of vagator beach can be seen. Nice relaxing place
Riket Shah

13 Followers, 12 Reviews


Great view of Beach and less crowded
Subhadeep Banerjee

11 Followers, 9 Reviews


'Dil chahta Hai' fort offers a spectacular view of the beaches especially during sunset.
Damini Aggarwal

279 Followers, 124 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Budget
Free

Anjuna - Goa

This is a village in the northern part of Goa and one of the 12 villages where thr earliest Hindus came and settled down from Aryavarta many centuries ago. This village is one of the most popular villages of Goa and also a very good place for shopping here. Among all the small attractions here, the St. Micheal's Church and the Anjuna Fort are the most popular apart from the Anjuna Beach. The beach is not as crowded as the Baga or other such beaches but the crowd here is quite decent. Most of the people you see here are non- Indians and this is what makes the environment quite different. Also, the art of bargaining is necessary when you want to do shopping over here. There are also a number of food shacks around the beach.
Aditya Sen

351 Followers, 70 Reviews


It's the best beach for party lovers, but it's getting too crowded day by day.
Vinod Ramesh

53 Followers, 8 Reviews


Situated about18 kms from the capital city of Goa, Panji, the beach is a favourite hot-spot for couples and hippes . The swaying palm trees, sparking white sand and rave parties with trance , loud and heart pumping music makes it a perfect choice to spend your day and night on the beach.The nights are indeed a popular choice as everyone is lost in the serenity offered by the luminous moon hurling a spell and the white foamy waves kissing the feet. Adventure lovers get ready to enjoy the adrenaline riush as this beach offers various water sports as affordable price.
Smaranika Das

866 Followers, 8 Reviews


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shopping, eating, water activities
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Arambol - Goa

Peace.
Prateek Dham

1k+ Followers, 1k+ Reviews


Abhimanyu - @yatripandit

413 Followers, 44 Reviews


One of the cleanest yet fun filled beaches in Goa.
Aashish M Pawgi

29 Followers, 34 Reviews


Cabo De Rama Fort - Goa

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.
Shraddha Pandya

237 Followers, 24 Reviews


Spectacular view of the Arabian sea from the fort.
Munish

409 Followers, 43 Reviews


On the way to Cabo De Rama, there is a lonely restaurant, you can stop over for a Fish thali(wholesome meal)
Samantha Mascarenhas

281 Followers, 46 Reviews


Dudhsagar - Goa

It is a waterfall located on the Mandovani river and is one of the tallest waterfalls in India (about 310mts) and is about 60ksm from Panaji and forms the border between Karnataka and Goa and has a rich variety of flora and fauna.
A must visit for everyone. The spectacular part of this waterfalls is that we you have a look at the train over bridge and as the water falls from the mountain and also the walk along the train track and tunnel view is simple awesome
Raghu Vamsi Kodaboina

117 Followers, 26 Reviews


Apart from being a useful mode of transportation the Ghat section of the railway line also harks back to olden times. Buildings in varied states of disrepair are all that remains of the government apparatus that once stood here on the border of British India and Portuguese Goa. Moss and lichen have taken over lonely dilapidated structures along the railway track. The ruins at Castle Rock reminisce the days when weary travelers crossing the border lined up in the offices for immigration checks.
Deeptangan Pant

459 Followers, 52 Reviews


There was a buzz of activity. I made it to the Dudhsagar falls in good time. 15kms in 4 hours! There was a flood of people who had alighted at the Dudhsagar railway station which is just about a kilometer from the falls. It’s usually, preferred by people who want to view the monstrous falls with their families, friends and kids without having to endure the walk from Castle Rock. [ But I do have a general request to the folks visiting the place. It's all great that you go and visit the place but please refrain from polluting the place. Please do understand that it's not a garbage yard that you can throw empty plastic bottles and containers and wrappers there as you go for a nice little picnic. mist sprayed into the atmosphere. The milky white waterfall roared and gushed down the rocky face. The green carpet encompassed the entire falls. And there I stood on the railway tracks made just a few feet away from the lavishing falls. It was majestic. It mighty. It was humongous. It just reminded me of the nature’s beauty and her sheer power. I am out of words at this juncture describing the awe that I experienced as I stood so tiny so powerless in front of the might and glory of the falls. Usually, hikers camp by the falls overnight, before they set out the next day on their return walk. Families walk back to the Dudhsagar Railway station to catch a return train. Hitch-hikers hop onto goods locomotives to carry them to the next closest major railway station. I had chalked out a different set of plans. I stayed put by the falls for an hour before I picked up my soaking boots and bags as I started walking towards the Goan side. A little ahead about half a kilometer into the walk is the view that people talk about when they hear Dudhsagar. Its an incredible view of the fizzing falls taking the plunge at an incredible force into unfathomable depths. If you are lucky you could witness a locomotive dredge slowly along the track with the falls in the background. It was pouring again and I had to cover another 11kms. This part of the trail is a lot quieter, through lesser number of tunnels and lesser number of enterprising walking stretches but the wind blew and the rains poured as I slowly made my way to Sonaulim Railway station. The walk- on the tracks, in the rains had started taking its toll on my calf muscles. Dredging along I made it to Kullem just as the dusk was creeping in. And so I there I was sitting on the bench, waiting for my train to carry me back to Bangalore with thoughts running wild in my head.
Prasad

201 Followers, 11 Reviews


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Dona Paula - Goa

The pretty view and the amazing scooter rides.
Vartika Chaudhary

15 Followers, 1 Reviews


Aditya Sen

351 Followers, 70 Reviews


Sneha Reddy

460 Followers, 24 Reviews


Basilica of Bom Jesus - Goa

It is located in Old Goa and is a UNESCO World Heritage and it has the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier and was also the capital of Goa when during the Portuguese rule.
The Basilica of Bom Jesus is one of the most important and popular church where people from all over the country visit. This church is considered even more sacred and important because it has the remain mortals of St Saint Francis Xavier. I saw the casket in which it's been kept. The body is kept at a good height and you cannot obviously get clear snapshots of it when you click from your camera as you get to see the body via screen. The church is very huge and the greenery surrounding the church looks pleasing.The crowd control is pretty decent here and the experience is just bliss. It's a moment of bliss. This is located in Old Goa. Just opposite to this place, the Royal Chapel of Saint Antony is situated which has beautiful white walls and architecture.
Ruchi Jain

512 Followers, 88 Reviews


One of the famous examples for the finest Baroque architectures in Goa, visiting the Basilica of Bom Jesus is one of the best things to do in the city of Goa. It has the mortal remains of St Francis Xavier and is considered to be one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Karthik Rao V

388 Followers, 70 Reviews


The Basilica is a UNESCO World Heritage site, so as you can imagine, it is impressive. It’s also very holy/creepy, depending on how you look at it – it has the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. A public viewing of the body is held every ten years. But apart from this, it’s a beautiful church. The altars are intricately worked, while the rest of the interiors are relatively simple. The floor is also gorgeously marbled. The church is over 400 years old.
Sarah

721 Followers, 49 Reviews


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Prayer
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North Goa - Goa

mohit sharma

67 Followers, 14 Reviews


North Goa is a maze of overcrowded beaches, bohemian markets and maddening nightlife. With gems like Anjuna, Baga, Calangute, Vagator and Morjim, most tourists deem this particular district of Goa unmissable. There is no dearth of luxury and budget accommodation in the North and there definitely is a deluge of the snazziest of cafes in the state.
Tripoto

749 Followers, 806 Reviews


Start out at North Goa. Not quite Baga beach, not quite Anjuna Beach Somewhere to start. Get up, put on a little bit of makeup, get ready and get out. Go to Baga where the water sports aplenty, with beer and feni. Too commercial you say. Well, mosey on along to Anjuna, where you can let your thoughts float in a cloud of …. Whatever. Then pack your shit up, get your butt on your activa (is there any other way to travel, except a bike maybe…..car is for tourists, and you’re a traveler my friend) and move forth
Anjali Swamy

63 Followers, 4 Reviews


Baga - Goa

This is a place which was first discovered by the hippies and is situated in the Northern part of Goa. This is a beach known to be one of the most popular in Goa and is surrounded by the Calangute Beach on one side and the Anjuna Beach on the other side. The Baga Beach starts from where the Calangute Beach ends though the place cannot be exactly pin pointed. This is also a shoppers paradise with all sorts of flea markets and the fresh seafood is wow over here. Also, you can enjoy a number of water sports and activities in this beach area such as jet skiing, para sailing, surfing and others. The people around here are always in a festive mood and dance and music are a major part of their culture here. They have carnivals during christmas and New Year too. Also, the people here are very religious and the main religion followed here is Christianity. The lifestyle here is a blend of Indian and Portuguese to a large extent. This is a stunning evidence of the fact that Goa was under the rule of Portuguese colonies till even a decades ago before it was taken over by the Indian Government.
Aswathy Nair

200 Followers, 45 Reviews


Along this beach, are series of restaurants you could choose to eat in. The famous one being St.Anthony's restaurant where you get to eat on the beach side and you could sit for hours have fun dancing.
Shruthi

4 Followers, 17 Reviews


Aditya Sen

351 Followers, 70 Reviews


Best time to visit
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Things to do
water sports, picnics, eating, shopping
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South Goa - Goa

It is oe of the two districts of Goa and was a part of the colonies of the Portugese.
mohit sharma

67 Followers, 14 Reviews


This is the relatively quieter district of Goa and is a mecca for those who fancy private beaches. There isn't much to do apart from relaxing and perhaps exploring beach villages and wildlife reserves. Palolem, Colva, Agonda and Benaulim are the most popular names.
Tripoto

749 Followers, 806 Reviews


There is the always gorgeous South Goa with its white sands and calming waters. Or a beautiful, more recent discovery is Ganpatipule a few hours drive away from Goa.
Nutterbugg

219 Followers, 15 Reviews


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Margao - Goa

When you want to get to South Goa, you can get buses from Mapusa to Panjim and from Panjim bus stand you can get Shuttle services directly stopping at Margaon bus terminal. Margaon market is the best option to do some shopping for local sweets, goan sausages, vinegar, goan spice mix and of course wine shops.
Samantha Mascarenhas

281 Followers, 46 Reviews


Went up the highway to Margao, then on to the tip of Vasco da Gama. A nondescript beach, with smog hanging heavy in the air and a bit of trash here and there.
shay

330 Followers, 17 Reviews


Margao or popularly know as Madgaon is 36km away from Palolem beach and has many sights and destinations. These include the 'Closed' Market called, in the Portuguese language, Mercado de Afonso de Albuquerque, the municipal building, the municipal garden, Anna Fonte, Old Market or Mercado Velho, Holy Spirit Church and the grand colonial mansions.
Gunjan Upreti

11k+ Followers, 1k+ Reviews


Kulem - Goa

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Mumpy Das

25 Followers, 6 Reviews


Ranjyoti Prakash

167 Followers, 9 Reviews


Trekking along the railway track during the monsoons doesn't disappoint anyone seeking the ferocity of the monsoons and the explosion of greenery which accompanies it. Add to this the thrill of playing hide and seek with trains darting in and out of the tunnels and one is assured of a memorable adventure. The fog roams freely on the mountain tops and envelops the dense jungles that give birth to thundering streams tempting the onlooker for a quick dip. The main attraction of the trek is the Dudhsagar Waterfall accessible by a 14 km walk from Castle Rock or alternatively an 11km trek from Kulem.
Deeptangan Pant

459 Followers, 52 Reviews


Miramar Beach - Goa

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.
Gita Madhu

23 Followers, 5 Reviews


The atmosphere is quite peaceful. One could sit here, enjoy the sight of sunset and relax. It's not a crowded beach like Calangute.
Nancy Nance

779 Followers, 187 Reviews


Now this time Goa really amazed me. Street food, that to in Goa. Yesss, I was really excited to try it. I am not a foodie person but when I see street food I am gone. I saw it while going to Dona Paula Jetty. Entry fee: NIL How to Reach: 5 kms from Panaji, Goa Recommended Length of Visit: 1-2 hrs Tips: Must visit to see the sunset. It will be a lifetime experience. Facts: Awesome street food and that to with local people. It was really one of the best experience in Goa I had.
Gautam Modi

434 Followers, 76 Reviews


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Things to do
swimming, picnics, photography, walking
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Aguada Fort - Goa

Scenes from Dil Chahta Hai were shot here
Mahima Kohli

119 Followers, 3 Reviews


Well...a small part of 'Dil Chahta hai' movie was shot here..:D
Arpit Dugar

93 Followers, 4 Reviews


History : The fort was constructed in 1613 to guard against the Dutch and the Marathas. It was a reference point for the vessels coming from Europe at that time. This old Portuguese fort stands on the beach south of Candolim, at the shore of the Mandovi River. It was initially tasked with defense of shipping and the nearby Bardez sub district. A freshwater spring within the fort provided water supply to the ships that used to stop by. This is how the fort got its name: Aguada, meaning Water. Crews of passing ships would often visit to replenish their fresh water stores. On the fort stands a four-storey Portuguese lighthouse, erected in 1864 and the oldest of its kind in Asia. Built in 1612, it was once the grandstand of 79 cannons. It has the capacity of storing 2,376,000 gallons of water, one of the biggest freshwater storages of the time in whole of Asia. This fort is divided in two segments: the upper part acted as fort and watering station, while the lower part served as a safe berth for Portuguese ships. Whereas the upper part has a moat, underground water storage chamber, gunpowder room, light house and bastions, it also has a secret escape passage to use during time of war and emergency. The lighthouse at initial stage is used to emit light once in 7 minutes. In 1834 it was changed to emit light creating eclipse every 30 seconds, however it was abandoned in 1976. Fort Aguada was the most prized and crucial fort of Portuguese. The fort is so large that it envelops the entire peninsula at the south western tip of Bardez. Built on the mouth of river Mandovi, it was strategically located and was the chief defence of Portuguese against the Dutch and Marathas. During the Salazar Administration, Fort Aguada was repurposed for use as a prison primarily, some claim, for Salazar's political opponents.[citation needed] Many of its inmates are Western tourists serving time for drug-related crimes. State : Goa (Source : Wikipedia)
Muktadhara Ray

959 Followers, 71 Reviews


Fort Aguada - Goa

This is a very well preserved fort which was built in the 17th Century by the Portuguese. The fort was made as the most important building of the Portuguese colonials and they always wanted to save it against the Dutch and the Maratha rulers. It is in the Candolin area on the Sinquerim Beach. The location of the fort on the banks of the Mandovi River makes it look even more beautiful. The fort covers a large area and almost covers the whole tip land of the Bardez Peninsula. At present there is also a holiday resort built here by the tatas and is a beautiful place to stay for a peaceful vacation. It is also close to the Candolim Beach and the shopping and eating areas around. This was at one time the most important port where most of the ferries and boats landed and left from and thus the name Aguada meaning 'water'.
It's a seventeenth century Portugeuse Fort on Sinquerim Beach. It was built for clean water storage so that big ships could fill clean drinking water. That's why the fort is named Fort Aguada, 'Aguada' meaning water.
Nancy Nance

779 Followers, 187 Reviews


After exploring the calmness of South Goa, I went ahead to witness the madness of North Goa. My first spot Fort Aguada is possibly the largest and the best-preserved Portuguese bastion in Goa. A very interesting thing about the fort is a 13 metre high lighthouse, which looks down over the vast expanse of sea, sand and palm tress. It’s definitely worth visiting!
Gunjan Upreti

11k+ Followers, 1k+ Reviews


A much welcome change from the flurry of beaches in Goa, Aguada fort still has a lingering presence in it back from the days when it used to serve as a prison. Tour of the entire place takes less than 2 hours and overlooking the Arabian sea is a pleasant experience.
Deepak

232 Followers, 15 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Budget
Free

Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church - Goa

A beautiful church in the shape of a wedding cake, this was built in the year 1541 by the Portuguese. The original church here was not at all like this and it was a much bigger one which was replaced by the one we see now. The present church was built in the year 1619, in the time when this village was not at all popular. This church is one reason why people started knowing about this place more and more as the sailors from Lisbon used to pray here and thank the Lord because they could cross the sea safely. After the prayers they would continue their journey to Ela, in North Goa. The church is extremely well maintained and looks the best at night when it looks like a shining star with so many lights. The Feast of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception is held over year on the 8th of December every month.
Aditya Sen

351 Followers, 70 Reviews


One of the oldest churches in Goa and dating back to the 15th century, this famous church is a very popular tourist attraction in Goa. The backdrop of the main altar is magnificent which is mainly dedicated to the Mary Immaculate which makes it a must visit place in Goa. Outside the church is a shopping area and the place is specially a treat if you visit in the Christmas time of the year.
Karthik Rao V

388 Followers, 70 Reviews


The Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception is at Church square in Panjim. It is among Goa's earliest churches built in the mid 16th century. It was completely rebuilt in 1619. The massive bell atop the church was constructed in Portugal and was originally at St Augustine's Church (which I have reviewed separately). After the St Augustine's church collapsed, the bell was kept at the Fort Aguada Lighthouse for a while and then in the 1870s brought to this church. The Panjim Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception is placed on the hillside and just high above the Idalco Palace built by Adil Shah.
Veeral Pathak

418 Followers, 20 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Things to do
worship, history tours
Open Hours
Monday- Saturday- 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM and 3:00 PM - 5:30 PM, Sunday- 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM and 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM, English Mass- 8:00 AM
Budget
Free

Sinquerium Beach - Goa

The smaller beach situated where the Candolim Beach ends by taking a turn is known as the Sinquerium Beach. This is also the location of the famous Aguada Fort and also the TAJ Vivanta Hotel. The location on the banks of the River Mandovi makes it even more scenic. People who are staying at this hotel find this an all- time favourite and the crowd here mostly include the guests of the TAJ Hotel.
less crowded than Baga, Calangute. There is Sinquerim Fort on this beach which has splendid ocean view! Vivanta by Taj is on this beach! oh boy, the sunset we experienced here was one of the best in Goa. The breeze, the ocean, the perfect-painting-like-sunset..You can also do the watersports here.
Tanvi S

244 Followers, 77 Reviews


Beautiful views forts, beaches,resturents, adventure sports
Sumit Singh

432 Followers, 8 Reviews


best place for water sports in north goa!
Mrunal Jani

161 Followers, 8 Reviews


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Candolim - Goa

This is a village in the northern part of Goa and is on the southern side of the very popular Calangute Beach here. This is an extremely popular tourist attraction and witnesses a large number of tourists throughout the year. There are a number of restaurants and shopping options around. This is however a little more expensive for the backpackers but is an ideal location for those who love to eat out and shop. Apart from eating and shopping, the main attraction here is the pristine Candolim Beach. This beach is a little narrow at some parts which is because of continuous erosion. Also on the Sinquerin side you will find options for several water activities such as para sailing, dolphin boating and others. There are also a number of shacks here which sell authentic Goan cuisine which includes seafood mostly. The tiger prawns here are absolutely delicious. There are stalls which sell cheap clothes as well.
This beach is the one we chose to take the water rides as it is comparatively cheaper than the other beaches. We took a package of rides that cost Rs.1250/- per head which included Bumper ride,banana ride, parasailing and motorboat ride.
Shruthi

4 Followers, 17 Reviews


Three kilometres strech beach flanked by Siquerium and Calangute Beaches on both side. For all those who wish to spend some private time with their beloved ones in a peaceful place will definitely appreciate it. During sunset , the sky is painted with bright colors and thus makes it the most adorable memory.
Smaranika Das

866 Followers, 8 Reviews


There are a lot of makeshift bars and restaurants on the beachside of Candolim beach. Tourists can stop for a drink of feni - a locally brewed drink made from cashew or coconut. Candolim beach offers various water-sports activities-right from parasailing to water-skiing, wind surfing and fishing.
Gunjan Upreti

11k+ Followers, 1k+ Reviews


Best time to visit
October- March
Things to do
water activities, shopping, eating, picnics
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Calangute - Goa

Everything is Russian !
Amin Ud Din Shroff

118 Followers, 4 Reviews


Sprawling resorts, night life and sea sports, this beach offers them all and lies in the heart of Goa.
Ruchika Makhija

602 Followers, 177 Reviews


The place which got it all Beach, Babes, Booze and now Bikes.... Our Day 1 destination Goa. From beautiful virgin beaches to the craziest nightlife Goa got it all. Always been my favorite destination It was must for me to visit this heaven on this Dream ride. Unfortunately, we arrived late evening and have to leave early morning so there was nothing much we can do. We end the day relaxing and having pizza and beer by the beach.
Achal Gupta

181 Followers, 43 Reviews


Curlies Beach Shack - Goa

One of the most popular and one of the best beach shacks in Goa, the Curlies Beach Shack is located near the flea market at the Anjuna Beach. People love to come here again and again and their best point is of course the ambience out here. They serve you with delicacies and some real good beverages and drinks. Another reason for the popularity of this place is that that this place hosts some of the best parties you will get to enjoy in Goa. This includes trance parties and electro parties which you hardly find so good in other places.
Aditya Sen

351 Followers, 70 Reviews


A good spot for drinking and dancing!
Rumana Shaikh

483 Followers, 25 Reviews


this place is one of the most chilling places i have been in goa tilll now! located on very famous beach of goa, Anjuna beach. it has got amazing beach house music goin on! i was here from evening to night, the place is super cool. i got the pleasure to see the sun setting from here which was breathtaking
Mrunal Jani

161 Followers, 8 Reviews


Best time to visit
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Things to do
eating, parties
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INR 60 for 2 people

Anjuna Flea Market - Goa

Shopping is an important part of your trip to Goa equally as the beaches are. The flea market or the Wednesday Market of Goa in the Anjuna region is one of the best souvenir markets here. Earlier here would only be found hippies smoking jumbo joints and trying to convince people to buy their stuffs and services which would in turn earn them money to help them during the rest of their stay.At present there is a lot more you will find here. Starting from Kashmiri and Tibetian clothes and show pieces to Gujarati tribal women selling t- shirts and home decor items and other tribal girls from Mumbai and Karnataka selling traditional stuff too. The remaining shops belong to backpackers from Europe and Russia and the others to the hippies. They mostly sell services such as massages, piercings, tattoo making and others.
Being their on a Wednesday meant heading out to the Anjuna flea market, taking a leisurely stroll around, bargaining and ending up not buying anything, and then heading out for a walk on the beach. The overtly perfumed flavored teas they sell might seem fake, but the fun was real. Shopping: Cashewnuts, Feni, Goan sausages, Bebinca (now that it is commercially available, I picked up a Costa’s) are some of the things one must bring back. You could also pick up locally grown spices, tees and souvenirs that would remind you of happy times spent in Goa.
Antypasti

122 Followers, 5 Reviews


This is a good place to find great bargains as long as you haggle...even if you do not want to buy anything just go there for a quick browse, and a good sighting of the faithful hippies playing music, minding their own business and gazing ocean wards.
Samantha Mascarenhas

281 Followers, 46 Reviews


The flea market at Anjuna beach is a shopping experience that should not be missed. Occupying the south of Anjuna beach, the market is held every Wednesday starting from 11 am catering to all the needs of Shopaholics. From clothing items to jewelry to souvenirs you just name it. It's all on offer. The best part is the great deals that the skilled haggling shoppers get. What started as an enterprise by hippies to sell their native products to garner enough money to buy a ticket home has now turned into a commercial venture. The vendors at the present date are both expats and natives seen belonging to a diverse section of India, some even coming from neighboring countries like Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh trying to sell the tourists the essence of their native lands. It takes hours for tourists to venture this flea market. The numerous restaurants and shacks on the beach providing a relaxing spot as well as enticing the tourists gastronomically further make the shopping experience delightful.
Mitali Chakraborty

288 Followers, 25 Reviews


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Vagator - Goa

This is the northernmost beach of the Peninsula of Bardez in the northern part of Goa. This place is marked with rough cliffs and boulders and these are like outcropsfrom patches of greenery. This scene mainly makes Vagatpr as well as Chapora look very beautiful. The villages here here are more popular than the beach of vagator. The twin village of Vagator are places where people love to party and two of the first places where the partying culture first started over here. You can just get up and groove no matter whom you know here. Just make new friends and then be a part of all parties here.
Less crowded than Calangute. Water Sports can be done here. But try doing it at Calangute beach since it's crowded and you will find groups of other people if you are few in numbers (an activity can be done only if you have certain number of people for that activity! minimum 6 pax). Chapora Fort (Dil Chahta Hai fame!) is on this beach. Sunset here was spectacular too.
Tanvi S

244 Followers, 77 Reviews


“Taking a holiday mid-September was on Amrit’s mind from a very long time but the usual intricacies of a decent itinerary like planning what to do, where to stay, finding good company etc. was making it difficult to get the ball rolling. It is then when she and kriti got in touch with me. The plan was decided for 24th September and the group of four ladies were all set to sail on the exciting trip. They had a 04 nights 5days stay at Whispering Palms. In these 4 days they savoured vivid experiences ranging from the beautiful Bollywood Night of Mambos to the ravishing club of Love Passion Karma. They tried the local delicacies at Britos and ran on the endlessly beautiful beaches much the same way they show it in movies.
Ujjawal Sharma

352 Followers, 22 Reviews


Took a days break here. Beach Chilling. Laid back. Vagator, Calangute, Tito's, Mango Tree, Kings Beer, Port Wine, Port Wine, Port Wine
Priyam & Shrey

119 Followers, 17 Reviews


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Things to do
beaches, tours, party
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Canacona - Goa

Famously known for temples, Canacona is a small village an hour before the Goa-Karnataka border
Shruti Rane Gupta

13 Followers, 6 Reviews


Kanj Saurav

204 Followers, 28 Reviews


Palolem - Goa

If you searching for serene, Tranquility and greenery then Palolem is waiting for you with its crystal clear Water and Green Beauty around the beach!!
Amishi Gaur

77 Followers, 2 Reviews


Go-to Place: Sun Beach Residency Resort. After 2 days at Gokarna, I switched to an impromptu plan made to Goa. The Madgaon Passenger Express takes you to Canacona station in an hour and costs about 40/- INR only! Warm and friendly owners and very resourceful in terms of making the stay comfortable and providing options to meet a customer's needs. My off season travel gave me the advantage to stay at 1/6th the price of a season time here. I paid 1000/- per day and the rooms are very comfortable and clean. A property just about 400 mtrs away from Palolem beach, toward the southern tip almost closing into Neptune Point, Goa. The owners helped me rent a bike and made me feel secure. They'd even arrange for bicycles on rent, autos for fares etc.
Rajita Ramachandram

204 Followers, 2 Reviews


Agonda - Goa

Away from the big city, at night the sky fills itself with dozens of stars, letting you drift away as the soft ocean breeze takes you along the soft waves to a small mental paradise. Soft guitar notes in the distance might be the only thing to break the spell, but even those feel in the right place. Agonda is the right beach to be at peace
Nicolas Zapata

60 Followers, 18 Reviews


Agonda is a quiet beach, a few kilometers away from Palolem which is much more popular. The beach is clean and the sand feels so soft under your feet, you won't be able to stop playing with it. The sea here is not the calmest you can find, but the waves make it fun to swim and bob around in nevertheless. Goa beaches have lifeguards present, so make sure you are within their flagged area just in case of any problem. We landed up paying Rs.200 for a rickshaw from Canacona station to Agonda, but I believe we might just have been overcharged. It was a nice ride though, and on reaching Agonda we found a comfortable place to stay in quite easily. A road runs parallel to the beach, just half a minute away. On the other side of the road you will find houses which provide accommodation too, and probably at a cheaper rate. We stayed in a beach hut, but if i ever visit again I would like to stay in a house opposite the beach. These houses are owned by local Goans, and it will probably give you a chance to interact with the family and learn more about the place. Beach shacks ranging from basic (Rs.700 a night) to extremely luxurious (Rs.10,000 a night) line the entire stretch of beach. A double room with attached bathroom will cost you around Rs.700 at the start of the season. Unlike Gokarna, here the shack owners are more bothered about making the beach 'tourist friendly' so you'll find sunbeds and umbrellas which can be used by patrons. At night some shacks put away the sunbeds and move tables right onto the beach so one can enjoy a beautiful candlelight dinner under the stars, next to the sea. If you're looking for accommodation in Agonda, the best place to get off is at the Church. This is right in the middle of the beach and you can go either way, looking for a place to stay. Food at the beach shacks is all the same and very ordinary. Go to the places like 'Dosa & Thali House' or 'Fatimas Corner' to get a taste of the local food. It tastes good and is easy on the pocket too ! We hired a scooter to move around, and paid Rs.250 per day. Petrol at a petrol pump is much cheaper than buying from the place you hire the scooter, they grossly overcharge. We bought one litre from there (at Rs.80 per litre) and drove to a petrol pump to fill the rest (at Rs.55 per litre). Agonda is quiet and clean. You can take a nap, read a book or just look at the ocean from under your umbrella. And drink cheap beer, ofcourse. It is Goa after all !
Shraddha Pandya

237 Followers, 24 Reviews


Cola Beach - Goa

A beautiful beach in Canacona, Goa, it is small beach but is very secluded and offers a great spot for people to relax and rejuvenate themselves.
It took me a long time to decide whether to write about this beach. Cola beach is undoubtedly the most beautiful beach I've ever been to in my whole life. It has a fresh water lagoon on one side and the sea on the other, separated by sand ofcourse. When the tide is high, sea water very often washes into the lagoon. The water in the lagoon is extremely cold; so brace yourself, take a deep breath and get in ! You can see tiny fishes swimming around in the lagoon, especially where the freshwater meets the salt water. The beach is extremely clean and the water is calm. However you cannot touch the bottom and have to float if you don't want waves breaking over your head all the time. So non-swimmers might want to give the sea a miss, spending all their time in the lagoon instead. The beach itself has two fancy beach resorts to stay in. Since we were on a budget trip, we made this a day excursion. There is an absolutely terrible path of about 2 kms to reach the hill adjoining Cola. You can park your scooter there and climb down to the beach. Mind you, you will need GPS to find this path. But its worth it. All the effort is completely worth it !! It was the best part of my trip. Enough said.
Shraddha Pandya

237 Followers, 24 Reviews


not an easy access, so very few people turn up here during off-season. but seemed to be quite eventful during peak-season.
Munish

409 Followers, 43 Reviews


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Dudhsagar Falls Railway Bridge - Goa

Heaven on Earth! The most beautiful place to camp and stare at the waterfalls and the open expanse of the valley. Your ego's look really small from here :-)
KatchuTravels

28 Followers, 46 Reviews


Finally after passing through a few tunnels we saw the first view of the falls. There is a bridge and a viewing platform at the waterfall with water both above and below.
Smiti Maini

299 Followers, 123 Reviews


Dudhsagar View point - Goa

A nice point on the trek to watch the train wade through the waterfall in the monsoons. WOW Moment place!
KatchuTravels

28 Followers, 46 Reviews


The waterfall is so massive that one cannot get the whole thing in one frame from this bridge. We had to walk another 1 km towards Kulem to get the view of the entire waterfall. We took loads of pictures here and then continued walking on the railway track.
Smiti Maini

299 Followers, 123 Reviews


Kulem Railway Station - Goa

The last point of call when going out of Goa on South Western Railway or the formal entry point having a proper railway station
KatchuTravels

28 Followers, 46 Reviews


This was a small and empty railway station and we were probably the only people there along with some monkeys and dogs. Our return journey to Bangalore was on the same night and we had a couple of hours to kill so we played UNO. The train was at 9 PM and we reached Bangalore the next morning.
Smiti Maini

299 Followers, 123 Reviews


Ancestral Goa - Goa

A theme park called ancestral Goa has been built in Loutolim also called 'big foot'. This place also gives visitors a glance of a sight other than beaches, churches and temples which Goa is famous for and imparts a culture based education about the roots and heritage of Goa.
Gunjan Upreti

11k+ Followers, 1k+ Reviews


The spot way off the beach trips gives you an insight into Goan culture and tradition. Ancestral Goa recreates the Goa of old – with life-size figures wearing traditional clothes involved in traditional activities. Open from 9am to 6pm, it’s a great way to spend a morning, or evening, and find out the things that have made Goa tick through the ages. A guided tour is just to get you started. If you’re in Goa for a while, check out the Big Foot Trust activities for a bit of social work and fun activities.
Mukesh Rawat

137 Followers, 32 Reviews


Bogmalo - Goa

We decided to look at the map and explore. My experience of Bogmalo 8 years ago was completely different from this one. The crowd is definitely very desi. The ride from Majorda until Vasco is fine, however after a bit it does a little city like. Was it totally worth it , ? I didnt quite like the vibe., however I do know at one point it used to be a great beach.
Stacey Mendoz

526 Followers, 10 Reviews


We went south from there, driving along the coast. Stopped in Bogmalo for a quick swim and a simple but steep 200 rupee lunch of rice and dal fry. A cutesy, soft sand beach with a large block of a hotel towering over the beach.
shay

330 Followers, 17 Reviews


Panjim - Goa

Capital of Goa
Shazy Buoy's Travel Diaries

520 Followers, 70 Reviews


this place is bit crowded in the evening but pretty empty during afternoon.
Ms_WalkingShoes

485 Followers, 40 Reviews


Panaji - Goa

This is the capital of the state of Goa and is probably the smallest state capital. Panaji is also the headquarters of the North Goa District and is situated on the banks of the Mandovi River Estuary is the Tiswada Region. The more popular name is Panaji but Panjim is also a commonly used term. This was the name by which the Portuguese used to address this city. When the whole of India got independence, Goa was still under the colonial rule of the Portuguese who freed it a number of years later. The Portuguese effect is what you will get in each and every thing of Goa and Panjim too. The attractions here are the lovely white church, the food that you will get here and of course the different types of building lined on the sides of the narrow streets. These houses are the remains of the various clans who have ruled here including the Latins and the Portuguese. The houses look beautiful and brightly coloured and many of them have simple yet pretty wrought iron balconies too. Many of these are now either resorts for budget concious travellers or restaurants for the ones who love to taste Portuguese and Goan cuisine.
This Goa Itinerary for 7 Days begins in the smallest and the most-laid back of state capitals in the country, Panaji is deeply entrenched in its colonial past. This city is all about impressive churches, dainty boutiques and quaint mansions. Stroll along its ample boulevards and savour the real essence of Goa.
Tripoto

749 Followers, 806 Reviews


Prathamesh sathe

270 Followers, 32 Reviews


Coco Beach - Goa

A rather silent beach, you are just not to swim here as the waters are not clean enough and there are chances of getting affected with skin diseases if you step into the water. There are however a number of good points about this beach. Firstly, the views from here are really nice and you can enjoy boating across the river from here. The sight of dolphins pleases every tourist and the glimpse of the Fort Aguada from here is a plus point too. There are however not many shops or eateries around and it is true that people come here only to enjoy the boat tours.
Coco beach, about a km and a half from the rooms we rented out, was our very first stop in this insanely magnificent place. It was a place recommended by the locals and not high on any to go list you'd find over the internet. Coco beach is famous for its dolphin sightings.
Anushka Rathee

321 Followers, 15 Reviews


From here you can take a boat to get a decent sightings of some dolphins.
Samantha Mascarenhas

281 Followers, 46 Reviews


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boating
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Old Goa - Goa

More your take turns more you find.
Krisha Chakraborty

450 Followers, 17 Reviews


A slice of history, see daily life as it is in rural Goa.
Thunder Trails

154 Followers, 18 Reviews


Sé Cathedral - Goa

Located in Old Goa, India, it comes under the dominion of the Latin Rite Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Goa and Daman and the seat of the Patriarch of the East Indies.
Famous for its beautiful architecture, the place is spread over a large area and has a museum.
Nancy Nance

779 Followers, 187 Reviews


The Sé Catedral de Santa Catarina, known as Se Cathedral, is the cathedral of the Latin Rite Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Goa and Daman and the seat of the Patriarch of the East Indies. Located in Old Goa, India, the largest church in India is dedicated to Catherine of Alexandria. It is one of the oldest and most celebrated religious buildings in Goa and is one of the largest churches in Asia. The Se Cathedral was built to commemorate the victory of the Portuguese under Afonso de Albuquerque over a Muslim army, leading to the capture of the city of Goa in 1510. Since the day of the victory happened to be on the feast of Saint Catherine, the cathedral was dedicated to her.
Veeral Pathak

418 Followers, 20 Reviews


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Shanta Durga Temple - Goa

Aswathy Nair

200 Followers, 45 Reviews


Shantadurga temple is the most visited temple in Goa which is dedicated to Goddess Shanta durga. As the name suggests, Shanta means peace and hence she is considered as the Goddess of peace. The temple is located in North Goa. When I had visited this place, many families had come to visit the temple and seek the blessing of goddess Durga.
Ruchi Jain

512 Followers, 88 Reviews


Candolim Beach - Goa

This beach is calm, peaceful and less commercialized as compared to Baga and Calangute.
Damini Aggarwal

279 Followers, 124 Reviews


Nice clam quite beach when compared to its sister beaches Baga & Calangute. Lovely water sports like para sailing, Jet ski, and other activites
Vishal Tangirala

110 Followers, 16 Reviews


Night market Arpora - Goa

Good to hang around and do some window shopping. Pretty expensive though. Bargain to 40% per the price
Vishal Tangirala

110 Followers, 16 Reviews


Shopping & Eating
Amin Ud Din Shroff

118 Followers, 4 Reviews


Saturday Night Market - Goa

This night market has everything! Food, entertainment, shopping you name it. This flea market opens at 6 pm to 1 am. This market has various attractions, there are various stalls erected for food wherein the food is prepared and sold by the foreigners so you can expect an international cuisine. For shopping one can expect a lot of artefacts,jewellery, clothes, leather items, bedspreads, spices and so on from all parts of the country and also abroad. Many of the items are overpriced but everyplace is open to bargaining. There is always a local band playing, with entertainers from across the world performing. oh yeah, and theres a bar too! so you can shop, eat, drink, dance all at once!
Jyoti Mahar Kundu

168 Followers, 8 Reviews


"Happening" !!! to say the least. Saturday night market near Anjuna is one of its kind. It's huge, it's bright and colorful, it's full with people from all across the globe. Must see. You get all sorts of fare, plus there are live bands playing, plus there is alcohol, plus world food ! This place is a carnival in itself. There's free parking. Go with a lot of time in hand....it starts at around 8 pm and goes uptill early morning. You should know how to haggle, incase you decide to buy.
tamanna tripathy

314 Followers, 25 Reviews


Thalassa - Goa

This is an awesome Greek Restaurant with an outdoor seating arrangement. The location looks absolutely stunning with all the cane tables and chairs. They serve authentic, delicious Greek food and the crowd is very decent here. The dim lights and the soft music makes the ambience even better. The people who come here are generally very well dressed and the crowd is a happy and cheerful one.
Aashish M Pawgi

29 Followers, 34 Reviews


A must visit place in Goa. One of the most happening places. A certain must visit on Friday nights
Vishal Tangirala

110 Followers, 16 Reviews


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eating- out
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Morjim Beach - Goa

We went to morjim beach around 6am. It was beautiful. The beach is full of shells. Thousands of shells comes with every wave and goes back with the same... Be careful if you find a shell there... Don't just grab it. It's a house of an insect which will bite you to protect his house ;) ... Peaceful environment. Less crowded. Have your fun. Wait for the sunset. Prices are very cheap at these shacks.
Abhishek Chaudhary

252 Followers, 24 Reviews


Backed by the palm trees on one side , the soft and dazzling white sand beach is the perfect choice for those who want to recline and relax in the lap of nature. The waves is not violent and is ideal for swimming and sun bathing. Some of the popular activites include biking on the beach sand, dophine watching other water sports.
Smaranika Das

866 Followers, 8 Reviews


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