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"Private Tour: Fort Aguada
Anjuna Beach and Vagator Beach"Goa Private Tour: Fort Aguada Fort Reis Magos Calangute Beach Anjuna Beach and Vagator Beach"Meet your guide at your hotel lobby in Goa at 9am and leave to Fort Aguada and its lighthouse a well-preserved 17th century Portuguese fort standing on Sinquerim Beach overlooking the Arabian Sea. The fort was constructed in 1613 to guard against the Dutch and the Marathas. It was a reference point for the vessels coming from Europe at that time and initially tasked with defense of shipping. Fort Aguada was re-purposed some claims
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North Goa Full-Day Tour
"Your tour begins with a pickup from the Northern beaches of Goa (Arambol Morjim Anjuna and Calangute). Head to Mapusa market for some authentic Goan breakfast – the bhaaji paav (goan curried lentils with fresh goan bread). Explore the churches and museums at Old Goa while walking around the city and reliving the days of th head to a fort. A visit to Goa is incomplete without visiting one of the many forts here. The Reis Magos Fort – this is where the people who fought for Goa’s independence were held captive. Get immersed in the gallery of Mario Miranda one of India’s best cartoonists and learn about old Goa from a humorous perspective. Finally end your day chilling out at a café."""
From $45.00
 
"Private Tour: Fort Aguada
Anjuna Beach and Vagator Beach"Goa Private Tour: Fort Aguada Fort Reis Magos Calangute Beach Anjuna Beach and Vagator Beach"Meet your guide at your hotel lobby in Goa at 9am and leave to Fort Aguada and its lighthouse a well-preserved 17th century Portuguese fort standing on Sinquerim Beach overlooking the Arabian Sea. The fort was constructed in 1613 to guard against the Dutch and the Marathas. It was a reference point for the vessels coming from Europe at that time and initially tasked with defense of shipping. Fort Aguada was re-purposed some claims
From $50.00

More General in Anjuna

Nearest ATM is Mapusa not Baga

You might have heard from people or the guidebooks that the nearest ATM is Baga. It is not true. From Anjuna cross roads you can catch a bus to Mapusa for 7R that has several ATMs around the municipal...
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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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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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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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Mandrem Beach

Mandrem beach was amazing. So calm and beautiful. Really loved the hotel where I stayed as well. The hotel was called Beach Street Resort. It had such a nice view and great food. High speed internet...
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Fort Aguada Beach

A visit to the beach at fort Aguada is a must for any visitor to Goa.And the best time to do so is at sunset.It is also a fine beach to swim in.The luxurious Fort aguada beach resort overlooks the...
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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...
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"Anjuna"
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"Anjuna Beach"
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"The dirty end"
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"Anjuna and Vagator/Chapora"
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