Discover Goa
Goa is one of the most visited destinations in coastal India. This holiday destination boasts of its alluring beaches and splendid venues and has become one of the most exciting places to travel in India. The land of beaches in India, Goa has no dearth of locations to revive in scenic views and coastal surroundings. Let’s have a look at some of the best places to see in Goa.


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Among all the beaches in Goa, Baga Beach is known to be the most popular. This magnificent location got its name from the Baga Creek and is a perfect place for the people who enjoy water sports such as parasailing, banana rides, dolphin cruises, etc. Be ready to witness the artistry of fishing boats and splendid rows of cottages with a number of cafés serving scrumptious sea food.

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Dudhsagar Falls is a four-tiered waterfall located on the Mandovi River in the border of the Indian state of Goa and Karnataka. It is one of the tallest waterfalls in India and is a prominent destination that is visited by tourists from all over the country. The name ‘Dudhsagar’ literally translates to ‘sea of milk’, which many believe is an allusion to the white spray and foam that the majestic waterfall creates as it falls into the waters of the lake.

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The largest beach in North Goa, Calangute Beach is situated 15 km from the capital city, Panaji. Located between Candolim and Baga Beach, it is the ultimate destination for tourists and backpackers from all over the world. Also known as the ‘Queen of Beaches’ for its scenic beauty and picturesque sceneries, Calangute Beach has both name and fame, and has seized the position of top ten bathing beaches all over the world.

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One of the oldest and most famous churches in Goa, this 17th century structure is located in the heart of Panjim – the capital of Goa. It has an elegant exterior with well-maintained and tidy interiors. There are two altars within – one dedicated to Our Lady of Rosary and the other to St. Peter. Standing tall for its religious and historical significance, Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception is a sight to behold.

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Fort Aguada and its lighthouse is a well-preserved 17th century Portuguese fort in Goa on Sinquerim Beach, overlooking the Arabian Sea. Built during 1612 to watch and guard against the Dutch and the Marathas, Aguada Fort was a reference point for the vessels coming from Europe. The area around the fort housed a large well and a number of springs that provided fresh drinking water to the voyagers that arrived by ship. “Agua” in Portuguese means water, thus the fort derived its name “Aguada” to denote a place where water is accumulated.

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