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  • 26. Tours

    A full day of memorable adventure covering all the popular places of Goa. Start with the visit to the waterfall with a jeep ride experience through the jungle and the bumpy riverbed. Have a swim in...

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  • 27. Spice Farm

    Indian spices have been a part of the country's history for thousands of years. Sahakari Spice Farm is a great place to learn about many of these spices. After we arrived we were warmly welcomed,...

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  • 28. Dolphins

    Tarkarli is 2hrs drive from Goa. 6kms from Malvan. Its in Maharashtra State, District Sindhudurga. Nearest town is Malvan. Nearest railway station is Kudal and Nearest airport is Panjim Airport, Goa.....

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  • 29. 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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  • 30. Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church - Panaji

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 31. Little Vagator Beach

    4 out of 5 stars

    This is a lovely quiet beach just north of Anjuna. Theres tons of steps to get down, so you have to be reasonably fit...especially on the way back up! But its well worth it as there are only six or...

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  • 32. Beaches

    Honestly, we have friends that have visited Goa for decades and some who go a couple of times a year, and they are now saying how much they really are going off the place and how it is ruined. Well,...

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  • 33. 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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  • 34. Chapora Fort

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Portuguese set about building a series of fortifications between the mid-16th and early 17th centuries as their land was threatened by several enemies - the Muslims from the north, Maratha...

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  • 35. Fishing

    One of the most relaxing things you can do in Goa is to get away from the crowds and go fishing. Several boat owners offer trips from the various beaches. We have done several boat trips - fishing,...

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  • 36. Cabo da Rama Fort

    4 out of 5 stars

    This fort was taken by the Portuguese over the Raja of Soonda. Portuguese equipped it with 21 guns and military barracks, commandant quarters and a chapel. During its history there was a time it...

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  • 37. Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Northeastern Goa, India. The total area of this park land is 8 square km. It is a popular destination for both tourists and school children. Known for the place...

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  • 38. Agonda Beach

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Regular buses depart from the Canacona bus station for Agonda. Agonda will be nothing short of a visit to paradise. Agonda Beach in South Goa is more famous for the historical Agonda Fort which was...

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  • 39. King Adil Shah's Palace

    On the side of the river Mandovi in Goa, is the former palace of King Yusuf Adil Shah, the last Indian ruler of Goa from the 16th century. It now houses the state administrative offices. To be honest,...

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  • 40. Sinquerim Beach

    Sinquerim is the first beach you'll hit when cross the Mandovi River from Panaji. The Taj Holiday Village (my favorite N. Goa hotel) sits overlooking the beach while the Taj Fort Aguada sits...

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  • 41. Sri Manguesh Temple - Mardol

    Ponda lies about 28 km south-east of Panaji and 17 km north-east of Margao. The 400-year-old Shri Manguesh Temple is dedicated to Lord Mangueshi, an incarnation of Shiva only recognised in Goa, in the...

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  • 42. Architecture

    The ones I saw were lined up on one side of the main road. Delightful ones almost rivalling those on Altinho hill. They had a quiet air about them, almost supercilious and in a world of their own. The...

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  • 43. Saint Cajetan Church - Old Goa

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The church of st. cajetan is modelled on the design of St. Peter's church in Rome.It was build using laterite blocks - a locally available construction material.The facade has two towers on either...

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  • 44. Scooter - Motorbike Hire

    Having your own transport means that you can get around to different places, of-the-beaten-path type places, much more easily and quickly, and a scooter is the best way of doing that. We hired ours...

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  • 45. Goa State Museum - Panaji

    This state museum is located over the small creek in the eastern part of Panaji. It exhibits Portuguese Christian art, rock sculptures, furniture (including a table used in the Goan Inquisition), an...

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  • 46. Sunsets

    Sitting at the front of a hut on stilts, looking out over the beach and sea, watching the sun sinking behind the waves... it couldn't really get any better! Add a meal and a drink, and you have the...

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  • 47. Saint Augustine Church - Old Goa

    All that remains of this once huge church is the 46m-high tower, which was the belfry as well as one part of the facade of the church. The church was constructed in 1602 by Augustinian friars who...

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  • 48. Shree Shantadurga Temple

    Shantadurga temple is about 33 km from Panaji and is located on the foothills of Kavalem village. It is dedicated to Goddess Shantadurga, who mediated between Vishnu and Shiva when the duo were...

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  • 49. Saint Catherine's Chapel - Old Goa

    A lovely little chapel ,The St. Catherine Chapel is built in laterite and and has only one altar.the chapel was rebuilt in 1952 on an existing site and on thre built in remains of an earlier structure...

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  • 50. Hippies

    There is famous hippy market held every wednessday at Anjuna beach.This event is very popular among tourists and it is very huge in size. Behind the beach there is long hippy market where crafts-man,...

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