Goa Things to Do

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  • 1. Massages

    In front of Titanic restaurant on Palolem beach I found a husband and wife team from Menali who were offering massages - the husband would massage male clients and his wife the ladies. She gave me a...

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  • 2. Dudhsagar Waterfalls

    Dudhsagar Waterfalls, at 2,000 feet high, are the highest falls in India. Dudhsagar means "sea of milk" and the name comes from the white foam created from the force of the water as it drops. From...

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  • 3. Calangute Beach

    when u reach the calangute beach there are already get you some agents of water rides. They will give you 5 rides in 600 rupees . most amazing thrill in banana ride and parachute gliding which are...

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  • 4. Water Sports

    Parasailing is offered on a few beaches in Goa (both north and south). This was from Sinquerim Beach in North Goa right in front of the Taj Holiday Village Hotel. The price runs about Rs 800-1000 per...

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  • 5. Baga Beach

    I have been visiting Goa a long time now, and last year I got introduced to a brilliant concept f bringing cross cultural bands on one stage at Great Live Music Festival 2013. I am huge Rock fan ,and...

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  • 6. Basilica of Bom Jesus

    The Basilica of Bom (infant or good) Jesus is 9 km from Panaji on the banks of Mandovi River in Old Goa. It contains the mortal remains of Goa's patron saint, St. Francis Xavier, who died while on a...

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  • 7. Fort Aguada

    Located about 18 kms from Panjim (old ‘Panaji’), Old Goa at the tip of the peninsula and almost on the Arabian Sea, there is a massive structure called Fort Aguada. 'Agua' in Portuguese means water;...

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  • 8. Elephants

    Well, what can I say about the most beautiful paradise in a wheelie bin. My words are more but this space will become less if start writing my wonderful experience to Goa. The Jungle ride was one of...

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  • 9. Old Goa

    This is the only one house in South Goa, where, visitor can see an ancient things & lifestyle of Portugese when they lived here. There were total 35 Portugese Houses, out of which almost 30...

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  • 10. Palolem Beach

    I recently had a short holiday in Goa to rest up from my busy life in London. I did lots of yoga and was mainly on my own so was happy to sign up for a Lunch Club tour which was open to all other...

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  • 11. Anjuna Flea Market

    One of things Anjuna is famous for is its Wednesday Flea Market. Decades ago in the 60's it was a popular hangout for hippies who sold their wares at the market. These days almost all the hippies are...

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  • 12. Little Vagator Beach

    Vagator Beach is one of the prettiest beaches in North Goa. Lined with palm trees and secluded coves, it's very laid back - at least during the day. At night, it comes to life with rave parties. It's...

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  • 13. Candolim Beach

    Candolim Beach is positioned between Sinquerim and Calangute Beaches. It is one of the three main areas where most tourists stay when visiting North Goa (the other two being Calangute & Baga). Of the...

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  • 14. Boat Trip

    My friend and I booked a trip with Konkan Explorers... and what a gr8 idea we had to do so :-) We went on board in the morning around 10am. We were welcome with some fresh coconut water and Poonam...

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  • 15. Panjim City

    Worth a visit for a few hours to this moderately -sized town which is the Capital of Goa. A good selection of shops and a very extensive market where all manner of goods and fruit can be purchased....

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  • 16. Anjuna Beach

    Anjuna Beach is one of Goa's most famous beaches in part for the Wednesday Flea Market held nearby and in part due to the party scene and drugs. It was the original "hippie" hangout in the 60's. It...

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  • 17. Coco Beach

    Directly across from Panaji, quiet Coco beach was located at the mouth of the Nerul River on the Mandovi Estuary. Beautiful tall palm tress framed the beach. The water here was calm - and therefore,...

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  • 18. Arambol Beach

    I visited Arambol during the monsoon season when most restaurants, shops and accommodations are closed, when the sea currents are strong and the red flag is permanent on the beach. It was very...

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  • 19. Mapusa Market

    Mapusa ("Mapsa") is located about 10 miles north of Panaji, inland from Baga and Anjuna beaches. There is a daily "local" market there - fruits, vegetables, fish and a maze of small stores selling all...

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  • 20. Dona Paula Beach

    Two famous rivers of Goa, the Zuari and the Mandovi meet the Arabian Sea at this secluded bay. Once a silent village, it is today one of the most commercialized areas of Goa. It offers a fine view of...

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  • 21. Beach Shacks

    There is nothing better than lazing on the beach, watching the sun go down, sipping on a Kingfisher or a sweet lime and soda. Stringfellows on Candolim Beach is a great shack - free sun loungers and...

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  • 22. Se Cathedral

    The Se cathedral is built in the Portuguese-Gothic style. The exterior of the church is Tuscan while the interior is Corinthian.The bell in the existing tower is often referred to as the 'Golden Bell'...

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  • 23. Colva Beach

    In Colva you will find many locals in colourful dress and jewellery in the market area selling souvenirs. Most of them were happy to have their photo taken! and the photos will look good when you get...

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  • 24. Spice Plantation

    Around 6km from Ponda is the Tropical Spice Plantation which is worth a visit. Reached by a wooden foot bridge which makes for a great photo opportunity especially if the water buffalo is there....

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  • 25. Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception

    This Church is located in the heart of the city. It is one of the first churches to be built in Goa with its church bells being the second largest in the world. Best viewed at night when the entire...

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