Goa is called a state of beaches. The capital of Goa, Panaji, is located in North Goa. Margao has been made the headquarters of South Goa. Goa, adjacent to the Arabian Sea on the west coast of India, is like a precious gem. The Portuguese colonized this area, and some of their civilization is still visible here. Being situated on the banks of the Arabian Sea, this state is famous for its beaches. In addition, this state is renowned for its tourism and agriculture, and mining. Most tourists coming here prefer to go to North Goa, while the number of people going to South Goa is applicable. If you like relaxation and want to spend your holidays in a serene environment, you can stay in South Goa. Below are the best visit places in Goa: –
The most crowded beach in North Goa. Guarded by a rocky foreland and tucked at a 10 km distance from Mapusa, Baga Beach in Goa is a lovely retreat house and paradise for nature buffs. It’s a lengthy stretch of sand with a plethora of vibrant shacks, resorts, and fishing boats. Wandering all around and relishing several souvenir shops in the best party center of the city, the captivating beach offers a beautiful retreat with a wind of vibrating energy. Whether it’s the endless drink & food or the water sports, this beach is full of life, and one can enjoy every bit of a second being in the lap of nature. Baga is a popular tourist destination due to its vibrant nightlife, flea market, restaurants, and bars.
Candolim Beach presents The Sunburn Festival, India’s biggest electronic music and dance festival. European travelers come to this beach more. It is open for tourists from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm. Among the longest beaches, Candolim Beach is also sometimes called the gateway to the other famous beaches in the state. The beach that begins near Fort Aguada is quieter and ideal for relaxing, while watersports enthusiasts can enjoy activities such as parasailing and water skiing.
Shri Ramnath Temple
Shri Ram Nath Temple is located in Ramnathim, Goa. To save the temple from being destroyed during Portuguese rule, the idol of Lord Ram Nath was moved to present-day Bandivade and installed. Since then, this temple has been situated there. Bandivade, at that time, was under the control of Bijapur. Shri Lakshmi Narayan’s idols and Shri Siddhanath in this temple. In this, a particular gallery has been made for women. In addition, there are pillars inside its courtyard in which pictures of Hindu saints have been made.
The Mandovi River in Goa is home to Dudhsagar Falls. This waterfall is one of the tallest waterfalls in India, with a length of about 1017 feet. This waterfall is between the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and the Mollem National Park adjacent to the Western Ghats. Dudhsagar means Milk Sea in the local Konkani language and gets its name as it appears like an overflowing sea of milk. The basal of the waterfall is reachable through the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary.The natives refer to the waterfall as Vajra Sakala Falls. Still, most people know it as Tambdi Surla falls based on the popular trekking trail to the waterfall, starting from Tambdi Surla Mahadev Temple.
Located 17 km from Vasco da Gama station and 28 km from Panjim bus station, the Arossim beach is between Bogmalo beach and Utorda beach in South Goa. From October through March is the greatest time to come. By coming here, you can enjoy scooting, parasailing, speed boat rides, swimming, sunbathing, etc. Boats are also readily available at this beach for enjoying speedboat rides and fishing. Necessary equipment and training for these water sports activities are also offered to tourists at Arossim Beach.
The fascinating bow-shaped Palolem Beach is ideal for watching a beautiful sunset. There is also a small island nearby, known as Monkey Island, one of the Palolem Beach attractions, and tourists can easily visit by hiring a boat. In addition, people love coming to this place to swim in the shallow waters. This beach was highlighted in the movie “The Bourne Supremacy,” You can do here so many things, like Dolphin spotting, Nightlife, Spa and Yoga, etc.
Indians love traveling to Goa.It is the most stunning location in the country. Goa is famous for its beaches, agriculture, and mining. Apart from this, Goa is also very famous for the Sunburn Festival internationally. Every year, many domestic and foreign tourists come here to enjoy this festival.