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Goa has many places to visit – The best beaches

Goa is well-known as the beach capital of the country. This place gives lifetime opportunities to explore sandy and bright beaches, night markets and flea markets, and casinos to earn some extra money.

 There are so many interesting tourist destinations in Goa that are a must-visit. This guide list gives you a sneak peek of all those destinations that you must include in your trip planning and weekend gateway. 


What is the best time to visit Goa?


If you are planning for a weekend getaway in Goa then winter is the best time to come here. The weather is windy and cool. Tourists can enjoy many exciting beach activities and watersports at this time of the season. Moreover, they can also participate in several festivals in Goa organized in the state at this time such as Christmas, New Year, and Sunburn. All these festivals are celebrated with immense fun and excitement and attract a huge number of tourists during this season.


  1. Agonda Beach


Agonda beach is one of the highly popular and well-known beaches that drive a huge number of tourists every single year. It is situated in South Goa at a distance of 39.2 km from Margao.


Agonda Beach was ranked as the “No. 1 Beach for 2018 in Asia” and the “4th best beach in 2016 in Asia”. This is the best place to chill out with friends and family, indulge in sunbathing or super thrilling and exciting water sports, or simply relax. You can enjoy the crowd, water adventure, natural beauty, and beach huts.


  1. Dudhsagar Falls


Dudhsagar falls is considered India’s fifth largest waterfall that captivates and attracts nature lovers. This place lies very close to Kulem. It is a beautiful waterfall that fills every visitor with brightness and delight. You can enjoy the panoramic drive of 60 km from Goa state to find out how this fascinating and magnificent waterfall flows down in numerous layers amidst deep dense lush greenery. Dudhsagar waterfall is the most suitable place to enjoy your time with your loved ones admiring the scenic beauty, capturing photos, and relaxing in this incredible and comfortable setting.


  1. Chapora Fort


Well, whenever we come to a different city or state, there’s one thing that we all love to do. And that is, visiting forts! No weekend gateway and holidays in different cities or states are complete without visiting the ancient and historical Forts. And there’s one beautiful and elegant fort in Goa and that is The Chapora Fort. 


The Chapora fort is located in North Goa, to the Vagator beach. Its total distance from Panaji is around 21.7 km by the NH66. This is the place where the Arabian Sea meets the beautiful Chapora River. Chapora fort has got a lot of significance due to the picturesque natural views of the shoreline and river. It has been pictured in one of the very popular Hindi films “Dil Chahta Hai”.


  1. Baga Beach


Baga beach is another very popular beach and its popularity is growing day by day among the youth and young generations. It is situated in North Goa and gives a beautiful and exquisite view of the Baga River. Here, you will find various pubs, beach hovels, discothèques, shops, restaurants, and water sports activities, which include speed boats, paragliding, banana riding, paddle boarding, surfboarding, and a lot more. Here you with witness the famous Cafe Mambo and nightclub to delight all club lovers. 


  1. Basilica of Bom Jesus


Bom Jesus Basilica is an ancient and historic place where the body of St. Francis Xavier is preserved. It is located at a distance of 12 km from Panaji by the NH748. People from all corners of the world come to visit this tourist place to bliss their eyes. The Basilica of Bom Jesus is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its immense simpleness and beauty. It is a very popular landmark for Catholics from all over the world.


The Church was built late in the year 1605 in the baroque style. This place has preserved the body of the well-known saint since 1622 in a glass mausoleum form. You will also see a vast gallery of the beautiful artwork in the Basilica. 


  1. Latin Quarter


The Latin Quarter is a new fountain that has its neighborhood in Panjim. It is perceived as a UNESCO Heritage Zone. Some of the major characteristic features of this place are the narrow old buildings, streets, bakeries, quaint shops, art galleries, restaurants, and some unique cafes. The Portuguese mansions are a massive attraction to this place. A distinct Mediterranean feeling, the projecting balconies, and red-tiled roofs will make it a memorable experience. 

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