Without a doubt Goa is a paradise for Sundowners. Home to some beaches and peace giving places of worship, to ancient forts and museums and the ever-vibrant nightlife that circulates the Goan coastline!
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Fort Aguada is located at about 2 km from Hotel Fortune Acron. Standing on the crumbling ramparts of what was once the most formidable and unconquerable of...
The Bat Island in Goa also known as the Pequeno Island and is located just a kilometer away from Baina beach of Vasco-da-Gama. Bat Island is a very...
Mayem lake is the most famous lake in Goa. The lake is located in Bicholim taluka in north Goa. The lake itself sits on wooded shores in a landscape of low hills...
This ancient and imposing fort on the river Terekhol is perhaps the best preserved and most visited fort in Goa. The fort stands tall and proud crowning the hilltop...
The Salaulim dam lies on the Salaulim river at about 5 km from the Sanguem town. it is Goa's biggest man-made water storage source that is also a...
The plantation is located in Keri which is in the heart of central Goa around the temple town of Ponda. At the entrance, you will be given a warm Goan traditional...
The Bom Jesus Basilica is a World Heritage Monument and has been christened so by UNESCO. This church is perhaps Goa's most famous and among the most revered by...
Located at a distance of 65 KMs from Panaji, Mahadev Temple is one of most gorgeous piece of relic from the Golden ages of India at Tambdi Surla. The magnificent...
* Things to carry with you while visiting any of the above: Shorts, t-shirts, swim wear, hat, sun glasses, camera, hand towel and water.