Goa Things to Do

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  • 26. 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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  • 27. Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception

    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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  • 28. 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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  • 29. Saturday Night Bazzar

    Try and time your holiday to Goa. Make it to include a Wednesday and a Saturday. The former allows you to haggle to your heart's content in Anjuna Flea Market while the latter is a treat at Mackie's...

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  • 30. Church of Saint Cajetan

    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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  • 31. 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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  • 32. Church of Mae de Deus

    This beautiful church is located at Saligao about 13kms from Panaji en route to Mapusa. It was built in 1873 . The shrine of the Nossa Senhora Mai de deus was brought over from the ruins of the...

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  • 33. 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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  • 34. Mandrem Beach

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Mandrem Beach is a nice beach, but the sand is a bit darker than f.ex Candolim and Calangute. A river flows right behind the beach, so you must cross the river on a wooden bridge to get to the beach....

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  • 35. Chapel of Saint Catherine

    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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  • 36. Bondla Wildlife Park

    3 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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  • 37. Church of Santa Monica

    The Santa Monica Convent and nunnery, also known as the Royal Monastery of Santa Monica, built in 1606 AD (1606-1627) at the Holy Hill of Old Goa is Asia's first and largest nunnery. It is Goa's only...

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  • 38. Museums

    The Science museum is located opposite the Miramar beach. It opens at 10 AM and when we visited it was not yet 10 and I really don't know what they have inside. However, there are lots of stone...

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  • 39. Agonda Beach

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Agonda, slightly to the north, seemed to have considerably fewer tourists than Palolem - it still has quite a few beach huts and restaurants, and a couple of shops too, but all in all was a lot...

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  • 40. Church of Saint Francis of Assissi

    This Tuscan style church was built in 1661 on the site of an earlier church.On either side of the main altar are paintings depicting the life of St. francis of s are made onAssisi including a scene of...

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  • 41. Children Walking Tall Charity

    If you are a regular to Goa, or if you are planning your first visit and would like to help rebuild the life of one of the many Goan street kids then check out this...

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  • 42. Ponda

    This temple was constructed during the reign of Maratha ruler Chatrapati Shahu Raje of Satara in 1738 after the original temple at Cavellossim was destroyed by the Portuguese in 1564. The temple is...

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  • 43. Cabo da Rama Fort

    4 out of 5 stars

    Also known as Cape Rama fort, this ancient bastion is steeped in mythological legends. The fort derives its name from Rama, the protagonist of the epic Ramayana, who, accompanied by his wife Sita took...

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  • 44. Henna Painting

    The art of Mehndi - skin decoration - has existed for centuries. Henna is used to stain or tatoo the fingers, toes, arms, and legs. Henna comes from a bush called Lawsonia Inermis and is grown in hot,...

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  • 45. 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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  • 46. 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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  • 47. 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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  • 48. Archbishop's Palace

    This double-storied wooden structure of the Archbishop house is a treat for the eyes. Wooden planks, wooden furniture, wooden banisters and staircase - all lend charm and grace to the structure. It is...

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  • 49. Church of Saint Augustine

    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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  • 50. Lamp Tower

    Here's the lamp tower in the courtyard at Sri Mahalasa temple, pretty similar than the one at Sri Manguesh, except this one is without paintings. Instead there's something else that might draw your...

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