Mandrem Beach is the cleanest beach in North Goa with amazing tidal formation. Keri Beach is best to enjoy the beach and sunset. Morjim Beach, here all the restaurants and shacks are beautiful. Sinquerim Beach s very good beach with a lot of water sports and activities like dolphin spotting, jet ski, para gliding, banana boat ride, etc. Candolim Beach is too is a popular tourist destination, particularly for nature lovers.
Chapora Fort captured the attention of wanderlust souls around the country when it was featured in the Bollywood blockbuster Dil Chahta Hai. So much so that many people now refer to it as the Dil Chahta Hai Fort. Dating back to 1717, the fort was a silent witness to the various historical events that unfolded here over the ages. Standing above a hill-top near the Chapora River, it offers excellent views of the surrounding areas and is definitely worth a visit.
For an ardent traveler or a history buff, the name Basilica of Bom Jesus needs no introduction. One of the UNESCO Heritage Sites in Goa, the church dates back to over 400 years and boasts of Portuguese style of architecture. The mummy of St. Xavier which is taken out for public viewing every ten years! You can also see a collection of paintings related to the life of the St. Xavier and relics of other saints.
One of the most exciting things to do in North Goa is to visit the lively Saturday night market at Arpora. The bustling place is a shopaholic’s paradise, where you can find a variety of items ranging from local handicrafts to designer garments.
Majestic is the word that best defines Fort Aguada, one of the famous forts in Goa. The imposing fort enjoys a strategic location even as the waves of the Arabian Sea play along its lofty walls. Steeped in history, this colossal fort dates back to the 17th century and offers a spectacular view of the sea that spreads in front of it.
Dudhsagar Falls is a four-tiered waterfall located on the Mandovi River in the Indian state of Goa. It is 60 km from Panaji by road and is located on the Madgaon-Belagavi rail route about 46 km east of Madgaon and 80 km south of Belagavi.
Benaulim Beach With snorkelling, parasailing, windsurfing and more on offer, there’s plenty of opportunities to practise your favourite water sports here. Galgibaga beach is a pristine, white sand beach, and is also popular for being the place to watch the Oliver Ridley Turtles come to nest. Agonda Beach is a good mix of quiet and lively
with strings of shops, eateries and resorts. Majorda Beach Water sports abound with banana rides and dolphin spotting and shacks line the beach to ensure there’s never a dull moment.