Sightseeing in Goa
Sight Seeing in South Goa
South Goa offers you a heady mix of exotic and sandy beaches, churches and temples rich in history, glimpses into Portuguese culture, mind-blowing seafood, undiluted lush greenery, and an undeniable romantic vibe
One of the most spectacular beaches in South Goa, Palolem welcomes you to its golden sand and spellbinding scenic views.
A lesser-known beach in the southern region, Agonda is beauty at its best form.
Blessed with a captivating shoreline and gleaming white sand, Benaulim exudes a romantic charm.
Colva is a hot favorite among the families and couples heading towards South Goa for a wonderful holiday.
Butterfly Beach is truly a hidden gem in South Goa. An unexploited paradise, this semi-circular bay.
Also known as the Turtle Beach, Galgibaga is the nesting ground of the protected Olive Ridley turtles.
Our Lady of Remedios Church
Marked with splendid architecture and a serene ambiance, Our Lady of Remedios Church at Betalbatim is an ancient place of worship.
St. Alex Church
Built in the year 1597 on the banks of Angoddi Tollem Lake, St. Alex Church is among the oldest chapel churches in the region.
Three Kings Church
The Three Kings Church, another ancient Church in South Goa, dates back to 1599 and is located in the small village of Cansaulim.
Chandreshwar Bhoothnath Temple
One of the famous temples in South Goa, Chandreshwar Bhoothnath Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva who is worshipped here as the Lord of the Moon.
Shri Shantadurga Temple
Dating back to more than 450 years, this ancient temple exemplifies the Indo-Portuguese architectural style. It boasts of Roman arched windows.
Tambdi Surla Mahadev Temple
One of the oldest temples in the region, the Mahadeva Temple of Tambdi Surla dates back to the 12th century.
Cabo de Rama Fort
Counted amongst the oldest forts in Goa, Cabo de Rama boasts of a rich past and has many legends associated with it.
Indian Naval Aviation Museum
One of the popular places to visit in South Goa with family and kids, this museum exhibits huge machines and artifacts related to the evolution of naval aviation.
Goa Chitra Museum
If you thought the culture and lifestyle in Goa have always been the same, think again!
Big Foot Museum
Big Foot is an off-beat museum in South Goa, one with a lot of difference. For starters, it is established and run privately by an artist names Maendra Alvares.
Mollem National Park
The core area of Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary, Mollem National Park is home to a large number of wildlife species, birds..
Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary
Away from the sunny beaches and happening shacks of South Goa, the Cortigao Wildlife Sanctuary entices you to a world of exotic flora and fauna.
Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary
Located in the south-eastern part of Goa, Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary is another must-visit place to add to your itinerary.
Located in the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park, this picturesque falls forms the border between Goa and Karnataka.
Pinacolada Beach Shack
It’s considered a crime to leave Goa without having a drink or two at its beach shacks.
What’s a trip to Goa if you don’t indulge in the flavorsome seafood the region is renowned for? Now, if anyone tells you the dining scene in South Goa.
Bars and Pubs
South Goa may have the reputation for being quieter than North Goa, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy nightlife here.
Sight Seeing in North Goa
North Goa welcomes you to a picturesque land of natural beauty.
Chapora Fort captured the attention of wanderlust souls around the country when it was featured in the Bollywood blockbuster Dil Chahta Hai.
AA stunning beach with dramatic red cliffs adorning the shore, Vagator presents a breath-taking sight.
Glowing white sands, adventurous water sports, and a scintillating nightlife, that’s Anjuna for you.
Majestic is the word that best defines Fort Aguada, one of the famous forts in Goa.
When it comes to having fun in North Goa, there can be no better destination than Baga Beach.
It’s not without reason that Calangute is often referred to as the queen of beaches in Goa.
Tranquil ambiance, thrilling water sports, and an enchanting nightlife make Candolim one of the most appealing beaches to explore in the north.
The gorgeous Sinquerim Beach beckons you to a scenic sandy shoreline. Apart from enjoying a host of water-based sports and adventurous activities.
A spectacular beach with a distinct Bohemian vibe, Arambol exemplifies the perfect blend of scenic beauty and serenity.
Reis Magos Fort
Standing on a hilltop, Reis Magos Fort has played many roles in its long history spreading over more than four and a half centuries.
Basilica of Bom Jesus
For an ardent traveler or a history buff, the name Basilica of Bom Jesus needs no introduction.
The Church of Mae De Deus
An exemplary example of Gothic architecture, the Church Of Mae De Deus is a charming story etched in stone.
The Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception
The Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception boasts of a majestic structure, marked by its spectacular double flight of steps.
One of the largest and most famous temples in Goa, Mangeshi boasts of spellbinding Goan temple architecture style.
Goa State Museum
If you are interested in unraveling the glorious past of Goa, head off to Goa State Museum.
Anjuna Flea Market
Counted among the best markets in Goa, this flea market comes alive on the Anjuna Beach every Wednesday.
Arpora Night Market
One of the most exciting things to do in North Goa is to visit the lively Saturday night market at Arpora.
Recreating a vibe akin to Las Vegas, Deltin Royale boasts of being the largest luxury floating casino in Goa.
Casino Pride is another floating gaming heaven that entices you with its golden-hued decor and a mind-blowing ambience.
Restaurants and Pubs
The land of the sun and sand has a number of restaurants and pubs where you can chill out over sumptuous food, drinks, and music.