It’s not hard to comprehend the reasons Goa is the most sought-after tourist destination. Sand, sun and shacks, along with the party hotspots and nightlife, create an irresistible mix of entertainment and relaxation. However, stunning beaches and a lively nightlife aren’t the only activities that await you when you depart your Goa hotel. There’s plenty more to see and do in this paradise on the beach with everything from old temples, ancient churches, and beautiful Portuguese areas to exceptional museums, wildlife sanctuary along with sparkling waterfalls.
- Anjuna Beach
Anjuna Beach, which stretches over 2 km and is among the most sought-after beach in North Goa. Anjuna Beach
It is known for its golden beaches and nightclubs, beach shacks, nightclubs as well as watersports, full moon events, and flea markets.
- Church of Bom Jesus Basilica
The Basilica of Bom Jesus Church was designated an World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is home to St. Francis
The tomb of Xavier and the Relics. The remains remain in good shape after more than 400 years, and are rediscovered every year.
- Aguada Fort is a fortification on the island of Agua
Fort Aguada is a Portuguese fort that was built during the late 17th century. It overlooks the confluence between Mandovi River and the Mandovi River and the
The Arabian Sea. At Sinquerim Beach, the fort’s crumbling ramparts are visible. The main attraction at the fort is a single, four-story fort.
A story of lighthouse (the unique one that exists in Asia) and an amazing view of the sunset.
- Falls of Dudhaagar
There is Dudhsagar Falls, which is one of the tallest waterfalls in India, is located within Mollem National Park. Mollem National Park. The Dudhsagar falls
It is recommended to visit during the monsoon season during the time it is in full flow and the deciduous forests surrounding are lush.
- Fort Chapora
Chapora Fort is undeniably one of Goa’s forts with the most acclaim. Its fame claim is often referred to as the ‘Dil’
Chahta Hai Fort” The 2001 Bollywood blockbuster that was shot in this location. It’s an exciting escape that offers stunning views of the sea.
and the Chapora River.
- Calangute Beach
Calangute Beach, which stretches from Candolim to Baga It is the largest beach located in the north Goa. It is a favorite destination for
Tourists and backpackers alike as it’s a great spot for accommodation. It is popular by its beach bars as well as water sports such as parasailing, banana rides, water surfing and jet skiing are well-known among.
Thalassa is an Greek Taverna is a well-known eatery in Goa. It is known by its famous cocktails as well as sunsets following
leaving the backwaters along with Siolim (from the previous site in it’s previous site on Vagator mountaintop). While being infused by the rich culture of Greece, Mediterranean cuisine is served.
- The beach is located at Baga
Baga Beach, one of the most sought-after beaches of North Goa, is located close to Calangute Beach, about 30 kilometers away.
The north is located just outside Panjim. It’s a great spot for Goa’s exciting nightlife scene, with iconic establishments include
Britto’s, Tito’s and Mambos are all within a short distance. The town is also famous for its many water activities.
- Divar, the island Divar
Divar Island is a slice of heaven hidden in thick woods and with the beauty of nature. Divar Island is located in the middle of nowhere, is
accessible via ferry ride from Old Goa, is synonymous with beauty, peace and peace. With no shopping experience, no trip is full. Goa as with any other destination for tourists, has an abundance of shopping options. In real terms it’s a shopper’s paradise. There are great market stalls and late-night shopping events with bundles to suit everyone.
- Casino Glory
Casino Pride is a 30,000-square-foot high-end gaming facility. This floating gaming paradise situated on the Mandovi River is one of Goa’s most exciting casinos. It is a stunning setting which is enhanced by gold-colored ornaments. The casino, located on three levels, with many gaming tables and slots It is a place to play with the fate of the universe.
- The Cathedral is located in Seville
Se Catedral de Santa Catarina also known as Se Cathedral, is another UNESCO World Heritage Site in Goa dedicated to Catherine of Alexandria. The church was built with the Portuguese-Manueline architectural style and boasts a stunning aesthetics. Its tower bell also known by the name of Golden Bell, is one among the many highlights of this church that is 250 feet tall.
- Temple of Mangeshi
Mangeshi Temple, located near Velha Goa, attracts visitors and devotees due to its status as one of Goa’s biggest and most ancient temples. This temple is dated back to more than 450 years ago is dedicated to worshiping Lord Mangesh as avatar God Shiva.
- Colva Beach
The best word to describe Colva Beach is spectacular. Colva Beach is a paradise to those seeking fun activities to enjoy in Goa since it provides many water activities. If your ideal beach excursion is to unwind and enjoy watching the world pass by This beach is perfect.
- Waterfalls of Dudhsagar
In Hindi, Dudhsagar means “Milk Sea.” If you visit the waterfall during monsoon season, you’ll be able to understand the reason behind its name. The flowing stream of water against the lush greenery give the impression of a milky river flowing in an abundance.
- National Park Mollem
Mollem National Park is a lush green paradise that covers most of the Bhagwan Mahaveer sanctuary. The park is sure to provide an enjoyable experience for those who love wildlife and nature lovers and offers a wide variety of birds, animals reptiles and butterflies. This park has a wide range of animals, such as leopard, the Bengal tiger, the spotted deer leopard, sambar and many more species.
- Museum of Indian Naval Aviation
What about learning a more about India’s naval aviation’s history and development? Visit the Indian Naval Aviation Museum to spend some time with your children and family. The museum is home to a variety of interesting items and machinery connected the naval aircraft.
- Tambdi Surla Mahadev Temple
South Goa, like North Goa also has plenty of historical temples and places for worship. The temple was constructed around the 12th century, and was built in the distinctive Kadamba-Yadava style architectural design.