Top 100 Best Places to visit in Goa September 2018

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Goa traveler places are ideal place for touring visit. Each edge of this tropical heaven shows a fine mix of conventional and present day parts of life. On one hand you have the most appealing regular charms where as then again you have an astounding exhibit of compositional perfect works of art. Give us a chance to give you a thought regarding top Places to visit in Goa.

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Places to visit in Goa

  1. Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

    Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary Teeming with flora and wildlife, the sanctuary provides the visitor with a different landscape aside from the beaches of Goa. If you’re lucky, you can spot animals like gazelles, sloth bears and panthers.

  2. Garça Branca Gardens

    Riverside botanical gardens featuring a variety of flowers, plus a fruit orchard & an aviary.Beautifully built place for picnic with family b or friends. This place has great ambience and beautiful views you can do things like fishing in the backwaters, chilling in the swimming pool, dance,play games….. A perfect place for selfie lovers.

  3. Vaidya Spice Farms

    Vaidya Spice Farms is a awesome place for those who want to know about spices and plantation. Experience Goan veg and non veg buffet lunch with kokam drinks and everything unlimited.

  4. Froggyland

    Froggyland is a Simple water park with a man-made river, various slides & pools for adults & kids.

  5. Savoi Plantations – Spice of Life

    it is one of the oldest tropical plantations. With intercropping of spices with coconuts, betel nuts, pineapples and other fruits. Experience typical Goan Hindu cuisine served in mud pots and banana leaf.

  6. Goa Science Centre

    Goa’s tourist attractions is the Goa Science Center which was opened in 2001. Spread out over 5 acres of land, the science centre features a variety of large interactive exhibits which demonstrate simple physics principles. There is also a dome planetarium and a 3D theatre, which boast the latest technology and promote ‘edutainment’ i.e. a combination of education and entertainment.

  7. Salaulim Dam

    Salaulim Dam is a dam which was built on the Salaulim River, which is a tributary of the Zauri, one of the main rivers of Goa. The dam, which is located in South Goa is primarily built for irrigational and fish farming purposes, however it is also a popular picnic spot. The Botanical Gardens which are located close to the dam are beautifully maintained and constructed along the lines of the Mysore Brindavan Gardens. From here, tourists get a wonderful view of the duckbill spillway, which is one of the most unique and beautiful features of the Salaulim Dam.

  8. Tropical Spice Plantation

    The plantation is located in Keri in Ponda Taluka. Visitors are welcomed with herbal tea followed by a guided tour of the plantation. On return, enjoy a local meal served on a banana frond.

  9. Sahakari Spice Farm

    Spice farm on the Ponda-Belgaum Road, Curti, Ponda offers a guided tour of the plantation and an authentic budget village lunch on a banana leaf, besides a traditional welcome.

  10. Rustic Plantation

    Nestled in a valley amidst verdant grass, fruit trees and rivulets, this Plantation is an ideal getaway and provides a rejuvenating experience. Located in the North-East of Goa at Dongruli village.

  11. Pascoal Spice Village

    The property is bounded by a tributary of the Mandovi River. A variety of spice plants and cash crops are grown here. For visitors there is restaurant with an open-air party facility along with boating.

  12. Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary

    Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary is also the most popular with children, families and eco-tourists. Its convenient location in the Ponda Taluka combined with its manageable size of just 8 sq. km; make it an ideal destination for a day trip. The sanctuary is well equipped to entertain both day trippers and overnight visitors.

  13. Mollem National Park

    Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary lies a stone’s throw from Molem and, with an area of 240 sq km, this is the largest of Goa’s four protected wildlife areas; it also encompasses the 107-sq-km Molem National Park. Unless you’re on a guided tour, however, you might have problems actually gaining access to the park’s quiet, shady, unmarked trails.

  14. Naval Aviation Museum

    Naval Aviation Museum is situated along the Vasco-Bogmalo road barely six kilometres from the port city of Vasco-da-Gama. This museum contains exhibits that showcase the evolution of the Indian Naval Air Arm over decades.

  15. Caculo Mall

    Caculo Mall is the premier and premium Mall, on International Standards, to the discerning consumer of Goa. Goa’s biggest mall is four levels of air-conditioned family shopping heaven with brand-name stores, food court, kids’ toys and arcade games.

  16. Palacio Do Deao

    This heritage house was built around the end of the 17th century by Jose Paulo, the Deao. Surrounded by lush greenery, the house stands out with its character yellow hue and sloping roofs. Also present is a front porch and of course white bordered windows.

  17. Museum Of Christian Art

    The Museum of Christian Art is one of the few institutions of its kind in Asia. It is run in the former colonial capital of Old Goa, home to heritage monuments today. When it was set up, in 1994, it was the only museum of Christian art in

  18. Basilica of Bom Jesus

    Built in the 16th century, this magnificent edifice is the most popular and famous of all the churches in Goa. The mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier, kept in a silver casket

  19. Se Cathedral

    The most imposing of all the churches at Old Goa, its vaulted interior overwhelms visitors with its sheer grandeur. This Cathedral has five bells, among them the famous Golden bell, the biggest in Goa and one of the best in the world.

  20. St. Francis of Assisi church

    The entrance and the choir were built in the Manueline style, the only fragment of its kind in the East. First built in 1517, it was later rebuilt twice, in 1521 and in 1661.

  21. Shri Chandreshwar Bhutnath Temple

    Chandranath Situated on the 350-metre high hill of Chandranath at Paroda, Quepem, Chandreshwar was the titular deity of the Bhoja kings who ruled South Goa till the middle of the 8th century.

  22. Our Lady Church

    The Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception is the first church and one of the oldest churches in Goa. It was built in 1541. Praca de Flores” which means the ”Square of Flowers” was added in 1843.

  23. Mangueshi Temple

    Shri Mangeshi Temple is one of the largest, wealthiest and most popular Hindu shrines in Goa. Mythology says that Lord Shiva came to Goa after having lost everything in a game of dice against his wife Parvati.

  24. Anant Temple

    The temple of Anant is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Ananta is the serpent on which Vishnu rests and is said to be the holder of the entire universe’s weight. Goddess Shri Laxmi is sitting at the feet of Lord Vishnu. The idol of the deity is carved with black stone. Besides the main deity Anant Sheshashayi, the complex also has Shantadurga, Kamini, Narayan and Grampurush temples. The structure of the temple is small and is quite inviting. The pillar decoration is very minute and full of intricate designs. The distinct structure of this temple is a two storey high lamp tower. During festivals the tower is decorated with oil lamps. Nearby the temple, there is a holy water tank which is used for rituals.

  25. Saptakoteshwar Temple

    Saptakoteshwar having been the deity of the Kings of the Kadamba dynasty around the twelfth century. Coins found from this era mention the name of the deity along with that of the King Jayakeshi.

  26. Ramnath Temple

    The idol of Lord Ramnath was initially housed in a temple at a settlement called Lotli (present-day Loutolim) which was set up by Gaud Saraswat Brahmins who had migrated from Rameshwar on the southern shores of India. The door to the inner sanctum has some exceptionally beautiful scenes depicted on it in silver metal. Once scene depicts devotees worshipping a linga, and the other shows Lord Vishnu with his consort Lakshmi sitting on his couch of a coiled snake.

  27. Manguesh Temple

    Temple is dedicated to Bhagavan Manguesh, an incarnation of Shiva. Bhagavan Manguesh is worshipped here as Shiva linga. According to the legend, Lord Shiva had manifested into a tiger to scare his wife Parvati. Paravati, who was frightened at the sight of the tiger, went in search of Lord Shiva and cried out, Trahi Mam girisha! (Oh Lord of Mountains, save me!). Upon hearing the words, Lord Shiva turned himself back to his normal form. The words mam girisha became associated with Lord Shiva and over time the words got abbreviated to Manguirisha or Manguesh.

  28. Devaki Krishna Temple

    The ancient origins of the Devaki Krishna temple far predate the existing structure that houses the idols at Marcel. This temple is unique in that it is the only one in all of India that depicts Lord Krishna with his mother Devaki. The other deities in the complex include Bhumika Devi, Laxmi Ravalnath, Mallinath, Katyayani, Chodaneshwar and Dhada Shankar.

  29. Lakshmi Narasimha Temple

    The Lakshmi Narasimha temple, also known as the Anant Narasimha temple is unique in that it is the only temple dedicated to Lord Anant in the state of Goa. It is also unlike the other temples in the state due to its simple exteriors with its tiled pyramid roof and lack of domes. However, the interior of the temple is adorned with intricate wooden carvings and colourful relief work

  30. Maruti Temple

    In the middle of the market town of Mapusa is a pretty pastel coloured temple which is dedicated to Lord Maruti, better known as Hanuman, the monkey god of the Hindu pantheon. The temple itself is more than 150 years old

  31. Shanta Durga Temple

    The temple is dedicated to Shantadurga, the goddess who mediates between Vishnu and Shiva. The deity is also called ‘Santeri’ colloquially. Local legends tell of a battle between Shiva and Vishnu. The battle was so fierce that the god Brahma prayed to Goddess Parvati to intervene, which she did in the form of Shantadurga. Shantadurga placed Vishnu on her right hand and Shiva on her left hand and settled the fight.

  32. Bhagwati Devi Temple

    The temple of Sri Bhagwati is quite unique and is dedicated to Goddess Bhagwati who is an incarnation of Goddess Parvati, the consort of Lord Shiva. The Shri Bhagwati temple is an ancient temple in Goa. It is said to be more than 500 years old and is situated by the side of the main road.

  33. Brahma Temple

    Legend has it that Brahma the creator of the Hindu holy trinity was to have just one temple at Pushkar, in Rajasthan. However, little known to many, there is another Brahma temple, this one tucked away in a remote village of Nagargao in Valpoi, Goa. “The Brahma statue in this temple stands tall and elegant. The statue of Lord Brahma blesses all those who come to see him.

  34. Shri Datta Mandir

    The deity of the Datta Mandir, the Hindu Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar, is said to have cured many people who were of unsound mind. The most important festival, which is attended by devotees from all over Goa, is Datta Jayanti which falls in the month of December.

  35. Gopal Ganapati Temple

    About 90-100 years back, a cow herder called Hapo, who was employed by King Soundhekar of Bandiwade, found a 1 foot stone Ganesha idol in the forest. He consecrated it in a mandapa made of coconut branches. Even today, a Gudi is erected here every Anant Chaturthi.

  36. Kamakshi Temple

    The Kamakshi temple also has Kshetrapals or affiliated protector deities like Shri Vetal and Shri Kalbhairav. Another shrine in the Prakar or precinct has deities like Shri Rayeshwar or Lord Shiva, Shri Lakshminarayana or Lord Vishnu with his consort, Goddess Laxmi, and Shri Shantadurga. The palanquin procession of the idol of Shri Kamakshi and Shree Laxmi Narayan is taken around the temple premises, every Amavasya or on the New Moon Day. Thousands of devotees throng the temple for darshan on this day. In addition, the palanquin procession of Shri Rayeshwar is held in the temple premises on Chaturdashi or pre-New Moon Day, and that of Shri Shantadurga on Panchami or fifth day after the New Moon Day.

  37. Lairai Mandir

    Lairai Mandir in Sirgao displays a combination of the northern and southern styles of art and temple design. The Shirgao Jatra is famous among devotees and tourists alike for the celebrated walk on hot coals raked from an enormous bonfire.

  38. Fort Aguada

    With waves crashing into its formidable walls, Fort Aguada served as one of the Portuguese’s most important strongholds and replenishing stop for many passing ships. Although only a small portion of the fort is now frequented by tourists, it offers a breathtaking view of the Arabian sea.

  39. Mormugao Fort

    One of the best preserved forts in Goa, Mormugao Fort regularly features in tourist itineraries and sightseeing lists. Overlooking the Mormugao port, the fort itself originally served as a port for Portuguese ships.

  40. St. Estevam Fort

    The popular statue of Christ the King makes for the perfect photo subject as this famous fort. Sitting atop St. Estevam hill, the fort, back in the day, used its vantage point location to monitor activities of traders and markets in the valley

  41. Dona Paula Jetty

    Goan Folklore talks about a woman who sacrificed her life for love from this point. Hence the name. It is a Picturesque place to get a good, breezy view of the sun and sea with Mormugao Harbour on one side and the open stretch of Arabian Sea on the other, perfect for the sunsets.

  42. Cabo De Rama Fort

    Cabo de Rama Fort is also known as The Cape of Rama. The fort derives its name from Rama, the hero of the epic Ramayana stayed here with his wife during their 14 years of exile. The Fort was first occupied by Hindu rulers who spread their empire all over India.

  43. Chapora Fort

    The fort was built in order to keep a watch on Hindu raiders who wanted to set up their territory in Goa. The fort was destroyed after the rule of Adil Shah and was rebuilt by the Portuguese in 1617, on the site of an earlier Muslim structure.

  44. Mayem Lake

    Mayhem Lake is a splendid picnic spot. Set amidst lush hills, this scenic lake offers respite from the hustle bustle of beaches.

  45. Reis Magos Fort

    Reis Magos Fort, owned by the Goa government and listed under the Goa Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, is the oldest fort in Goa.

  46. Terekhol Fort

    Terekhol or Tiracol Fort is Goa’s legacy from its erstwhile Swantwadi ruler, Maharaja Khem Sawant Bhonsle. Built in the 17th Century, it provided its rulers a vantage point to anticipate and tackle any attacks from the sea.

  47. Corjuem Fort

    Corjuem Fort is also known as Khorjuem Fort. It is smaller than the other forts in Goa, but it gives a good view of the surrounding river and land

  48. Wax World Museum

    The wax museum of Goa and that’s it. All the statues are being classified by the names and by the guide of the museum. There are many big personalities, from politicians to film stars. They also provide social message with there creations.But the statues are to the mark at all. They have an another wing of a 7 dimension show for you have buy another ticket for the movie. They have a small gift shop of different wax items.

  49. Chitra Museum

    The Goa Chitra is a museum based in the former Portuguese colony of Goa. It has a large collection—over 4000 artefacts—focusing on Goa’s traditional agrarian technology and lifestyle. Goa Chitra is based in the coastal Goan village of Benaulim.

  50. Arvalem Caves

    Arvalem Caves sometimes known as the Pandava Caves or the Harvalem Caves. So skilled were these ancient peoples that the monuments and structures that they created have survived into the present day notwithstanding the depredations made by invaders, conquerors, the marauding elements and inclement weather.

  51. Big Foot Museum

    Big Foot Cross Museum or Ancestral Goa Museum is a miniature Goan village set up to recreate the rural life of old days.

  52. Anjuna Flea Market

    There’s nothing that quite captures the cosmopolitan colour of 21st century Goa than the Anjuna Flea Market. A hippy stronghold since the seventies, Anjuna Village actually dates back to the 16th century. These days, it’s famous for its beachside trance parties – and the regular Wednesday bazaar, which runs from October through March.

  53. Arpora Night Market

    Arpora Night Market, also known as Ingo’s Saturday Night Market runs from late December to April during the tourist high season. Open between 4pm to 11pm, it is on a huge scale, with local stallholders jostling with foreign traders from all over the world.

  54. Mall De Goa

    Mall de Goa’s, highly innovative design and excellent promotional plan ensures maximum footfall. Mall de Goa with the eclectic mix of products and brands of high repute is going to be the most sort after commercial hub for the coming years.

  55. Harvalem Waterfall

    Arvalem or Harvalem waterfalls, which cascades down from the mountains, from a height of 50 metres, is one of the most awe-amazing spots. It is situated at about 2 km from the small town of Sanquelim

  56. Dudhsagar

    Dudhsagar Falls (Sea of Milk ) is a tiered waterfall located on the Mandovi River in the Indian state of Goa on Goa’s border with Karnataka state. It is four-tiered. It is 60 km from Panaji city by road and 46 km from Madgaon railway junction by train.

  57. Hivrem Waterfall

    Hivrem is a village located 75 kms from Panaji in Sattari Taluka. From Hivrem one can see the Sahyadris mountains whose peak just blend into the sky, while its feet appear to float on a sea of green fields.

  58. Tambdi Surla

    Tambdi Surla is the only specimen of Kadamba–Yadava 13th century architecture in basalt stone preserved in Goa.

  59. Kesarval Falls

    Kesarval falls have a lot more going for them than the magnificence and awe of just another waterfall. These falls, sometimes also known as Kesarval Springs are renowned for their medicinal properties. The waters are purported to heal ailments of the body and to have rejuvenating properties. The minerals in the water come from the hard rock face that it pounds through. The springs are accounted to be a great natural spa.

  60. Nature Inn

    Nice place to take family n friends. They have two pools one is shallow for kids wits waterfalls. The other is a large pool for adults. The rain dance in afternoon is cool where water is sprayed in the air to form mist, really cools the place. Food is excellent here. It is served with the all day stay package. A fun place

  61. Paradise Farm

    Paradise Farmhouse is the perfect place to use as a base for scenic drives or invigorating walks in this beautiful area, or you can take it easy, relax and enjoy the stunning views in the cosy comfort of our cottage.

  62. Heera Farm

    Heera recreations and Entertainment is situated in a quiet and serene village of Vazari Dhargal – Pedne It has got an accommodation of villas and your comfortable stay with food. For your recreations there is club house with Badminton, Table Tennis, Carrom. You can also try your hand at outdoor games like Cricket , Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball etc.

  63. Nest Palolem

    The Nest offers a multi-cuisine restaurant plus beach-hut style accommodation and is situated right on Palolem Beach.Whether you fancy lobster with all the trimmings or just watching the sun go down from our chillout area with cocktail in hand, this is the place to be.

  64. Paradise Cruises

    Goa Boat Cruises offers fun-filled, hour-long evening cruises on Goa’s best cruise boats. Sailing on the river Mandovi, whilst enjoying a lovely view of Panjim

  65. Chances Casino

    Chances Casino boasts of being the trendsetter for onshore casinos in Goa. Being the first of its kind’s Chance Casino is situated in the serene Dona Paula near Panjim and is a part of a 5 star boutique hotel.

  66. Casino Palms

    Casino Palms is the most relaxing amongst the few casino hotels in Goa. The first choice of any guest who is looking to spend some fun-filled quality time with his family at the beach and at the same time indulge in the excitement of live gaming in a casino.

  67. Casino carnival

    Casino carnival, an illustrious casino in the vivacious state of Goa has two venues: one inside the Goa Marriott adjoining the Miramar beach, and the second is a boat on the Mandovi River. Spread across 4 classy decks, Casino carnival has something to offer for all age groups.

  68. Deltin Royale casino

    The first choice among most visitors to Goa is the Deltin Royale casino, which is an offering from the Deltin Group. Known to be a “gamers’ paradise” the Deltin Royale strives to convert the Goan casino to an all-out Las Vegas experience.

  69. Deltin Jaqk

    Another feather from the Deltin group’s hat is the highly celebrated Deltin Jaqk casino. With an option of 350 different gaming positions like 3-card Poker, Roulette, Baccarat Andar-Bahar The Deltin Jaqk promises to give its guests an extraordinary casino experience.

  70. Casino Paradise

    Casino Paradise is the the largest and the most luxurious of all casinos in Goa. A haven for game lovers this Casino is impeccably designed and decorated for the best possible gaming experience. Casino Paradise brings to you the hottest and highly exhilarating high-tech digital gaming experience.

  71. Casino Pride

    The incredibly exciting Casino Pride from the Pride Group is any gamers’ delight. A breathtaking 30,000 sq. ft. vessel hovering on the waters of the Mandovi River with delicately adorned gold embellishment across the ceiling giving its guests a great ambience to enjoy a thrilling and exciting gaming night.

  72. LPK Waterfront

    LPK Waterfront is the most unique location in the world. LPK offer incredible water views, breathtaking beauty, grand opulence and romantic charm.

  73. Club Cubana

    Club Cubana in Arpora was voted Asia’s number 1 nightclub for the last 7 years. The glamorous party spot is back after the monsoons. Club Cubana is also known for nightclub in the sky Club Cubana is spread over several levels with an indoor dance floor, VIP jacuzzi, a chill-out pool bar and a couple of other relaxed hang-out zones.

  74. Club Titos

    Tito’s is one of the famous Club in Goa, It is now run by Tito’s two sons – Ricardo and David. Tito’s is currently most popular beach pub, the place to gather along the Goan coast.

  75. Mambo’S

    Mambo’s is an open air beach club situated on Baga beach near the famous Tito’s Club. It is one of the most happening places in North Goa and that has changed the clubbing scene in Goa. Mambo’s is also known as Cafe Mambo.

  76. Club Sinq

    Club Sinq is the most popular Club in town, Get some sun or jump in the blue waters at the Poolside Lounge & Diner.SinQ makes sure you don’t need to leave for any reason. Eat. Drink. Party. Relax. Sleep

  77. Betalbatim

    North of Colva is Betalbatim Beach which begins a long string of beaches with Majorda, Utorda, Arossim and Velsao at the north. It is a ten kilometre stretch of white sand which is not very crowded.

  78. Agonda Beach

    Agonda is a great spot for sunbathing, relaxing and swimming, with still relatively few tourists. Agonda is a nice long pristine stretch of beach and It is one of the only four beaches designated as turtle nesting sites under the Coastal Regulation Zone.

  79. Mandrem Beach

    Mandrem is of the most beautiful beaches of North Goa. The white sand is dotted by Beach Shacks and one can also go on Dolphin spotting trips or explore the Mandrem Village. Junas and Ashvem are the two main beaches with shallow and calm waters which make it a great place to swim.

  80. Morjim Beach

    Morjim is one of most secluded beaches in North Goa. It is a great place to spot a large variety of birds and Olive Ridley Turtles, hillocks and good food. Morjim is also known as mini-Russia due to a large concentration of Russian immigrants and considered to be one of the top 10 beaches in Goa.

  81. Calangute Beach

    Just adjacent to Baga beach, the Calangute beach has Water Sports, markets, restaurants, good food, lots of accommodation options. It is a crowded yet beautiful sea beach. Calangute is famous for its nightlife and the famous pubs of Goa including the Tito’s and other

  82. Candolim Beach

    This laid back beach hosts the Sunburn Festival in December. It has the Aguada fort overlooking the sea and the beach and is one of the best and longest beaches in Goa.

  83. Cansaulim Beach

    Beautiful white sand and long stretch of secluded beach, make it the perfect place to spend time together with your partner Cansaulim Beach is located around 25 km north of Margao

  84. Majorda Beach

    This one is a calm unexplored sea beach with long stretches of clean sand, clean water ideal for swimming, lush green countryside, lovely bakeries. It also houses Martin’s Corner: a restaurant famous for its Goan dishes, drinks and nice music. Don’t miss the Goa Christmas Carnival if you happen to be here in December.

  85. Colva Beach

    One of the best beaches in South Goa, this beautiful beach is famous for its romantic evenings, great seafood and the most happening nightlife in South Goa. Another major attraction nearby is Our Lady of Mercy Church Colva beach is located 6km north of Margao.

  86. Benaulim Beach

    It offers tranquil evenings, good food, local markets, and is particularly famous for bullfighting events and the Church of St John the Baptist Benaulim is located 6 km south-west of Margao

  87. Cavelossim Beach

    An aesthetic beach, with white sand and black lava rocks, beach shacks, Goan dishes and Seafood, Water-sports, Local markets, Dolphin spotting trips etc. It has a lots of accommodation options. Where: Cavelossim beach is located 15 km south of Margao.

  88. Mobor Beach

    On of the best beaches in Goa, it has a long stretch of clean sandy beach, water sports, handicraft shops, good food, resorts and budget accommodation options. Mobor Beach is situated 17km south of Margao.

  89. Betul Beach

    Quiet beach is ideal for people looking for solitude and some alone time. A small lagoon, a river flowing nearby, a 17th-century fort and a Baradi Cross church make it a picturesque venue. So, if you’re a nature lover or just looking for a quiet place to just relax and watch the sun setting in the sky, then let me tell you, this is the place for you. Anyone who comes here once can never say he’s never going to come again, this place is so beautiful it’ll get you hooked and trust you will be visiting again soon.

  90. Butterfly Beach

    One of the best and most beautiful beaches in Goa, it is the most secluded and unexplored beach. It is a good place to spot fishes, crabs and even dolphins. It’s dotted with Palm trees, lots of greenery and of course butterflies. However, the only way to reach Butterfly Beach is to take a boat from Palolem or Agonda. Butterfly Beach is a part of the beautiful Arabian Sea, The name butterfly is because the beach sustains the life of many different varieties of Butterflies. The beach is surrounded by forest and thick trees and bushes so getting to this place through road by bike or car is impossible unless of course, you’re awesome at trekking where I am like zero! The most convenient way to travel here is by taking a boat ride to Palolem beach and walk towards the butterfly beach.

  91. Galgibaga Beach

    The swaying Palms and Casuarinas make it a philosopher’s retreat. Galgibaga Beach is located 52 km south of Margao. Considered to be one of India’s cleanest beaches and silver sands. Galjibag Beach is located in South Goa. One important thing you’ll notice is that as you move toward the south of Goa, the maintenance and crowd of the usual beaches decrease and this is a reason why this beach is very convenient.

  92. Vagator Beach

    Quiet and calm beach, Vagatos is one of the best beaches of Goa. It is beautifully set amidst the cliffs with soft and white sand and is perfect for relaxing.

  93. Arambol Beach

    A 16 km long unexplored beach surrounded by cliffs on two sides, with a Fresh Water lake and chirpy markets nearby, Arambol is considered to be one of the best beaches in Goa.

  94. Querim Beach

    Also known as Keri Beach or Kerim Beach, it is the northern-most beach of Goa and located close to Tiracol fort. It has an Old Portuguese Fort and a 17th century church overlooking a peaceful unexplored beach with calm shore.

  95. Baga Beach

    Most popular beach of Goa for Indian tourists, it offers something for everyone. It is a picturesque beach with parties, music, beach shacks, karaoke, good food, water sports, good accommodation facilities, and is easily the most happening place in Goa.

  96. Sinquerim Beach

    Popular and clean beach with dolphin spotting trips, shacks with good food and chilled beer and the Sinquerim Fort overlooking the sea.

  97. Vainguinim Beach

    Vainguinim Beach is flanked by the sea green waters of the Arabian sea on the one side and the steep cliffs of the Western Ghats on the other side, it is truly a must visit for all the tourists to Goa.

  98. Hansa Beach – Bogmalo

    Hansa Beach is extremely beautiful and tranquil beach. Hansa Beach is not part of commercial and public beaches of Goa. Hansa is a clean beach with pristine waters.

  99. Velsao Beach

    Velsao Beach offers magnificent views of the sunrise and sunset. The seashore can be absolutely empty and free from tourists.

  100. Varca Beach

    Varca Beach is situated about 2 km from Benaulim Beach. It is one of the cleanest beaches in Goa. This beach is marked by a number of wooden boats, belonging to the fishermen of the city.

  101. Miramar Beach

    Miramar is the beach area of the Goan capital of Panjim, also known as Panaji and is one of the most visited beaches of Goa.

  102. Colomb Beach

    One of the most interesting Colomb Beach sightseeing is a special unique rock called Pandava’s drum. The northern end of the bay is bordered by Neptune’s Point, the rocky outcrop that separates Colomb from Palolem Beach.

  103. Palolem Beach

    Wonderful wonderful beach, wonderful sunsets 🌅, great shacks with free sunbeds. Lifeguards on beach although not always on the look 👀 out , busy on their phones!! Great sandy beach with lots of shops behind beach. Beach was not crowded.

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Anant Krupa is a follower of lord vishnu, founder & CEO of Redicals. A Software Engineer and a passionate Web developer by heart. He just love – working with computers

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