Places To Visit & Things To Do

North Goa

AGUADA FORT

Strategically located at the estuary of the river Mandovi, this fort was constructed in 1612 as a guard against invasions from the Dutch and the Maratha's. 
The walls of this fort are 5 meters high and 1.3 meters wide. Little surprise then that this remains to be the only fort that was not conquered by any invaders during the 450 year long rule of the Portuguese empire. 
An interesting feature in the precinct of the fort is a 13 meter high lighthouse.
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North Goa

ARVALEM CAVES

Also known as 'Pandavas Caves,' are ancient rock cut caves dating back to the 5th-6th century. These are excavated into the laterite hill and consist of two major chambers. The Arvalem Cave Complex draws Foreign as well as Indian tourists and archaeologists. A must see Tourist Attraction of Goa.
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North Goa

BISHOP's PALACE

BISHOP PALACE is another example of what all Goa has to offer other than the Beaches and rocking nightlife. The architectural splendor, Bishop's Palace, also known as Patriarchal Palace is a very popular monument in Goa. It is situated in Altinho that is basically a small hill that overlooks the capital city of PANAJI.
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North Goa

CHAPORA FORT

Before Dil Chahta Hai; this fort was a neglected one by tourists. After this movie, this fort became very popular among tourists and is now a prime attraction of Goa. 
Although trekking up to the fort is bit difficult during the day. It is a memorable place to visit in the evening before sun set. 
From this fort tourist can have a beautiful view of sunset and can also capture perfect shots of Vagator, Morjim beach and of Arabian sea.
It is a perfect place to hangout and spend a peaceful time with your soul mate.
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North Goa

CORJUEM FORT

CORJUEM FORT, this little fort has its strategic importance in history. this fort was Initially, held by the Bhonsles, then Portuguese occupied this Fort . Afterwards Portuguese used it as a strategic defence point against the Marathas, Bhonsles and the Rane Rajputs. The Fort was built with pitted laterite, it is one of the two such inland forts that still survive in Goa. There is a small chapel here dedicated to Mae de Deus (Mother of God). The location of the Fort bestows the spot with lots of natural appeal.
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North Goa

GOA STATE MUSEUM

The museum at present has the collection of about 8000 objects, which includes Stone Sculptures, Wooden objects, Bronzes, Paintings, Manuscripts, numismatic collection, anthropological objects, clay models etc.
There are also around 645 objects loaned from Institute Menezes Braganza Art gallery and the Kala Academy.
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North Goa

LAMGAO CAVES

Lamgau Caves are unique attractions of Goa and are visited by Tourists from all over the World. These Caves are carved out of decomposed laterite, which is quite delicate. These caves are are rock cut Caves. The distant view of these Caves is impossible because of the growth of areca palms in front of the Caves. Among the two Caves, the one Cave has an Attractive Pavilion like structure in the sanctum and a well cut entablature with beams and ceiling. The other Cave is much larger than the first one and used mainly as a shelter at the time of rain. This Cave is very deep and have a difficult way. The Cave includes a Stone Linga with a Tulsi Vrindavan and a Small Nandi Bull image in the courtyard. If you want to make your trip to Goa more exciting then must take out time to visit these Caves.
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North Goa

MUSEUM of CHRISTIAN ART

MUSEUM of CHRISTIAN ART houses some of the best specimens of Goa´s distinctive and exquisitely crafted church art.
In the early days of Portuguese colonization, most statues to be installed in churches were brought by ship from Portugal.
The collection also includes rosaries and other items made of gold and precious stone. St. Francis Xavier a popular theme is shown in silver plaques and on the panels of a silver casket. Image crowns and other rituals objects were also made in silver.
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North Goa

REIS MAGOS FORT

It is situated on the southeastern extremity of the tableland on the right bank of the Mandovi.
It is in a good state of preservation, and is defended by 33 guns and accommodation for a small garrison. Towards the east, at a little distance from it, flows a spring with abundance of excellent water, while at its base rises the church of the Reis Magos, ascended by a beautiful flight of stairs.
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South Goa

BIGFOOT MUSEUM

BIG FOOT CROSS MUSEUM is a museum dedicated to cataloging the lifestyle of people as it existed in the days of yore. It is essentially a history book of life-sized proportions displaying the various facets of life as it existed back then. A period that was influenced by the Portuguese colonists yet still retained some of its traditional flavor and maintained an eccentric originality. Ancestral Goa preserves these dying quirks of Goan life as it was for the reference of the visitor.
Also called BIG FOOT, post the discovery of a foot print on a rock, where visitors pray for blessings, Ancestral Goa is furthermore an ecological center, with its wide parkland atmosphere, it is home to many species of indigenous birds and reptiles.
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South Goa

CABO DE RAMA FORT

Located in Canacona taluka Cabo da Rama - Cape Rama – takes its name from Rama, the hero of the Hindu epic Ramayana, who, along with his wife Sita holed up here during his exile from Ayodhya.
The promontory was crowned by a fort centuries before the Portuguese cruised in and wrested it from the local Hindu rulers in 1763.
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South Goa

NAVAL MUSEUM

This NAVAL AVIATION MUSEUM was established in Oct. 1998 is the only one of its kind in the whole of Asia. May be perhaps, it has not received the publicity it rightly deserves and hence remained unvisited and unseen by many Goans.
The Naval Aviation Museum is worth going miles to see for it's a source of knowledge and inspiration to youngsters to instill in them the love to join the defense forces.
It is best to plan the visit to the Museum in such a manner so as to wind it up with a picnic at the scenic picnic spot at 'Hollant Beach' just about 2 Kms from this point.
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South Goa

USGALIMAL ROCK

USGALIMAL ROCK CARVINGS, is located on the banks of river Kushavati, these engravings exhibit earliest traces of human settlement in India. These petroglyphs (rock art) are approximately 20,000 to 30,000 years old and belong to the Upper Paleolithic or Mesolithic eras. More than 100 distinct figures, spread an area of 500 sq m., including images of bulls, labyrinths and human figures are carved on laterite stones. The site was discovered by archaeologists working in the area in 1993, when local villagers took them to the bend in west-flowing river Kushavati outside the village, with mysterious engravings on the laterite shelf.
Some of the finds are displayed in the Panaji Archaeological Museum.
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