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ARUN GANGAN
GOA
 Goa is India's smallest state by area and the fourth 
smallest by population. 
 Located inWest India in the region know...
Goa is the smallest state of the Indian Union. It was part of 
the Union Territory of Goa, Daman and Diu. 
It became the t...
ANIMAL : GAUR 
TREE : CROCODILE 
BARK TREE 
BIRD : BLACK CRESTED 
BULBUL
LANGUAGES IN GOA 
KONKANI 61% 
MARATHI 19% 
KANNADA 
HINDI 
URDU 
OTHERS 
7% 
5% 
4% 
4%
GOA- ART FORMS 
 Traditional Goan art forms are 
 Dekhnni 
 Fugdi 
 Corridinho 
 Mando 
 Dulpod 
 Fado
Goan cuisines 
GOAN CUISINES
 Rice with fish curry is the staple diet in Goa. 
 Goan cuisine is famous for its rich variety of fish dishes 
cooked wi...
 Sannas, Hitt, are variants of idli 
 Polle, Amboli, and Kailoleo are variants of dosa 
 A rich egg-based, multi-layere...
FESTIVALS
TRANSPORTATIONS
AIRPORTS 
 Goa International Airport , more commonly known 
as Dabolim Airport, is an international airport located in 
t...
RAILWAY STATIONS 
# Code Station Name State Place 
1 CNO Canacona GOA Canacona 
2 PERN Pernem GOA Pernem 
3 VSG Vasco da G...
TRANSPORTATION BY ROAD
 Goa's public transport largely consists of privately 
operated buses linking the major towns to rural areas. 
Government...
 Hired forms of transport include unmetered taxis and 
auto rickshaws. 
 Another form of transportation in Goa is the mo...
SEA 
 The Mormugao harbour near the city of Vasco 
 Panjim, which is on the banks of the Mandovi, has a 
minor port, whi...
TOURIST 
ATTRACTIONS
WATER FALLS
KUSKEM WATER FALL 
 The Kuskem waterfall is located in the Canacona taluka in 
South Goa. 
 It is situated in idyllic Ku...
DUDHSAGAR WATER FALL 
 Dudhsagar Falls (literally Sea of Milk ) is a four-tiered 
waterfall located on the Mandovi River ...
 Dudhsagar Falls is amongst India's tallest waterfalls with 
a height of 310 m(1017 feet) and an average width of 30 
met...
ARVALEM WATER FALLS 
 A thunderous spurt of water beautifully cascading down a 
rocky terrain of a mountain! 
 it is loc...
TAMBDI SURLA FALLS 
 Trekking through the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Santurar 
will reach you to the Tambdi Surla falls. 
...
ISLANDS
BAT ISLAND 
 The Pequeno or Bat Island of Goa is a very popular 
destination for many holiday makers around the world. 
...
 The Island forms a great surprise for those seeking adventures 
and comprises of a small rocky beach and a small stretch...
ISLAND OF DIVAR 
 The island of Divar can be reached by a ferry ride on both sides: 
the ferry on the north side of the i...
CAVES
ARVALEM CAVES 
 A beautiful example of the historical monuments present in Goa is 
the Arvalem Caves or the “Pandava Cave...
LAMGAU CAVES 
 Lamgau Caves : These man - made caves are famous tourist spot 
which cannot be missed out when on a trip t...
FORT
FORT - TIRACOL 
 Fort Tiracol, sometimes known as Terekhol Fort, is a fort 
in Goa, India. 
 Located on the northern tip...
FORT - AGUADA 
 The Fort Aguada in Goa is situated at the estuary of River 
Mandovi, in Bardez Taluka, North Goa. 
 It i...
 The fort was built in the 17th century. 
 The Church of St Lawrence situated nearby is another reason 
for visiting thi...
CHAPORA FORT 
 This fort is situated near the Anjuna beach and the Vagator beach 
of North Goa 
 Chapora Fort, located i...
CABO DE RAMA FORT 
 Also known as Cape Rama Fort, this ancient fortress is 
located in the Canacona district of Goa 
 Th...
 Inside the Cabo de Rama Fort, there is the church of Santo 
Antonio which is in excellent condition and is still used by...
ALORNA FORT 
 The Alorna fort is situated in the village of Alorna which is about 
30 km from Mapusa and 10 km east off N...
CHURCHES
BOM JESUS BASILICA
 Located at Old Goa, 10 kilometres east of Panaji 
 The Bom Jesus Basilica is a World Heritage Monument. 
 The foundati...
ST.FRANSIS ASSISI 
 The Church of St. Francis of Assisi was built in 1661 by 
the Portuguese in the Portuguese Viceroyalt...
 The internal buttress walls, separating the chapels and supporting 
the gallery on top, have frescoes showing floral des...
CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF ROSARY 
 Not far to the west of the Basilica of the Bom Jesus is the Holy Hill 
at the extremity of...
 The church has three alters and two chapels. 
 The main alter is dedicated to the Lady of Rosary. 
 The church has the...
SE CATHEDRAL 
 Se Cathedral is the largest church in Asia and is known for its 
giant bells and exquisite architecture. 
...
 The Portuguese during their susspremacy built this impressive 
structure in the 16th century. 
 The Cathedral stands ta...
BEACH
AGUADA BEACH
 Aguada beach is almost synonymous with the top-notch Fort 
Aguada Hotel complex, a superb hotel that is built on the cli...
ANJUNA BEACH
 Located about 18kms from Panaji and situated in Bardez taluka, 
the Anjuna Beach is the part of a 30 km extended beach c...
ARAMBOL BEACH 
 Arambol Beach is a traditional fisherman village, located 
approximately a one hour drive from the Daboli...
 Dolphin watching boat trips and paragliding are amongst the fun 
activities on this beach along with Wind and Kite surfi...
BAGA BEACH
 Baga Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa. This 
beach is basically an extension of Calangute Beach Holyday...
CALANGUTE BEACH
 Calangute is the beach to which everyone heads for the moment 
they land in Goa. 
 So it is natural that it is overcrow...
CANDOLIM BEACH 
 Located 14 kms north of Panaji in the state of Goa, the Candolim 
Beach is a part of a long extension of...
 Fishing is an activity for those who love peaceful and quiet 
environment. 
Yoga & meditation has also gained popularit...
COLVA BEACH 
 The Colva Beach lies about 6 Kms to the west of Margao and is 
the oldest, largest and the most spectacular...
 Although the Colva Beach has never been a hilarious destination 
for rave parties, Colva's nightlife is livelier and vib...
PALOLEM BEACH
 The Palolem Beach is located about 2-km West of Chaudi, 
Canacona District of South Goa and is also known as the 
"Parad...
MIRAMAR BEACH 
 Miramar Beach is situated 1 kilometer ahead of the confluence of 
Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea. 
 I...
 It is a golden beach fringed with palm trees. The soft sands of the 
beach makes it the best site for evening walks 
 T...
MOBOR BEACH 
 Mobor Beach is an ideal location for the adventure tourists. 
 It is one of the most popular beaches in Go...
VARCA BEACH 
 Varca Beach is one most popular tourist sites in Goa. 
 It is one of the most beautiful and exotic beaches...
 The Varca Beach in Goa is known to its soft white sands and its 
cleanliness. It is one of the cleanest beaches in Goa 
...
SINQUERIM BEACH 
 The Sinquerim Beach of Goa is located some 13 km away from 
Panaji and is stunningly beautiful and quie...
VAGATOR BEACH
 The Vagator beach located near Mapusa Road, North Goa and 22 
km far from the state capital Panaji is less crowded and i...
TEMPLES
BRAHMA TEMPLE
 The Brahma temple is situated 7 kms from Valpoi and 60 kms 
from Panaji in the village of Brahma Carambolim in the Satar...
DATTA MANDIR 
 The temple is situated 37 kms at Dattawadi, Sanquelim, and 40 
kms. from Margao 
 Shri Datta Mandir at Sa...
SHREE DEVAKI KRISHNA 
TEMPLE
 Located 17 km from state capital Panaji, Marcel in Ponda taluka 
 The unique feature of this temple is that this is the...
SHREE CHANDRESHWAR TEMPLE
 The ancient Chandreshwar Temple also known as the 
Chandranath Temple is situated on the road to Quepem, about 14 
km fr...
SHREE DAMODAR TEMPLE
 The Shri Damodar Temple is one of the most beautiful and 
famous architecture constructions in Goa. 
 It stands on the ...
MAHA LAXMI TEMPLE
 The Mahalaxmi temple is located in Bandora, 4 kms from Ponda. 
 The temple was built to honor Mahalaxmi, the goddess of...
MARUTHI TEMPLE
 The Maruti Temple lies at the center of Mapusa city. 
 The temple is dedicated to Lord Maruti, the monkey God. 
 In th...
WILD LIFE
BONDLA WILD LIFE SANCTUARY
 Its mini zoo, sprawling deer park in natural habitat, botanical and 
rose gardens attract people throughout the year. 
...
 Gaur the state animal is frequently seen. 
 The Panther is the largest carnivora and the Jungle Cat, Leopard 
Cat, Todd...
 Along the north from Panaji on the road to Belgaum, is a 
sanctuary that covers 240-sq-kms. Thick forest clad slopes of ...
COTIGAO WILD LIFE 
SANCTUARY
 It is situated in Canacona Taluka, in the south of Goa. It lies at 
about 2 km from Poinguinim , which is 10 km away fro...
Animals in the sanctuary include : 
 flying squirrel 
 slender loris 
 Indian pangolin 
 mouse deer 
 four-horned an...
 Several tribal groups live in and around the sanctuary including 
the Velip and the Kunbil. 
 Visitors can interact wit...
GAMBLING IN GOA
 Goa is one of the few states in India where gambling is 
legal. 
 MOST FAMOUS CASINOS IN GOA 
 Deltin Royale 
 Casino...
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HOTELS 
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3 STAR HOTELS IN GOA
TAMARIND HOTEL
 Baggage Storage on Request 
 Beauty Services 
 Restaurant 
 Spa/Massage/Wellness 
 Backup Generator 
 Gym 
 Swimmi...
GOAN CLOVE HOTEL
 Health Club 
 Swimming pool 
 Restaurant, 
 Banquet Facilities 
 Gym 
 Elevator/Lift 
 Safe Deposit Locker Facilit...
HAATHI MAHAL HOTEL
 Doctor on Call 
 Banquet Facilities 
 Gardens 
 Gym 
 Swimming pool 
 Spa/Massage/Wellness, 
 Backup Generator 
 ...
4 STAR HOTELS 
IN GOA
HERITAGE VILLAGE CLUB
 Catering 
 Backup Generator 
 Jacuzzi 
 Secretarial Services 
 Banquet facilities 
 Beauty Services 
 Swimming Poo...
LEMON TREE RESORT
 Gym 
 Doctor on Call 
 Bar 
 Catering 
 Laundry Facilities 
 Restaurant 
 Health Club 
 Business Facilities 
 Cu...
AGUADA ANCHORAGE HOTEL
 Gym 
 Doctor on Call 
 Bar 
 Catering 
 Laundry Facilities 
 Restaurant 
 Health Club 
 Business Facilities 
 Cu...
5 STAR HOTELS IN GOA
VIVANTA BY TAJ HOLIDAY 
VILLAGE
Luxury Bliss Villa 1 Bedroom : 58,200 
Deluxe Room Allure Villa 1 Bedroom : 31,700 
Premium Indulgence Cottage : 21,200 
S...
TAJ EXOTICA HOTEL GOA
Presidential Villa 2 Bedrooms : 140,940 
Villa Room/ Sunset View : 30,600 
Villa Room/ Garden View : 22,500 
Deluxe Room :...
ALILA DIWA HOTEL GOA
Diwa Suit : 30,750 
Diwa Room : 22,700 
Family Terrace : 19,200 
Terrace Room : 14,200 
Loft Room : 12,500
SHOPING
MAPUSA MARKET
 Antiques 
 Textiles 
 Traditional Handicrafts 
 Goan pottery 
 Spices 
 Fruits 
 Home made pickles
ANJUNA FLEA MARKET
 Local handicrafts 
 Spices 
 Clothes 
 Footwear 
 Beach wear 
 Artificial jewellery 
& Accessories
CALANGUTE MARKET SQUARE
Buy sarongs and trinkets 
made of sea shells as 
souvenirs from a perfect 
beach holiday or treat 
yourself to fried prawn...
SUPER GOAAA!!!
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  1. 1. ARUN GANGAN
  2. 2. GOA
  3. 3.  Goa is India's smallest state by area and the fourth smallest by population.  Located inWest India in the region known as the Konkan, it is bounded by the state of Maharashtra to the north, and by Karnataka to the east and south, while the Arabian Sea forms its western coast.  Total Area : 3,702 km2  Population (2011) : 14,57,723
  4. 4. Goa is the smallest state of the Indian Union. It was part of the Union Territory of Goa, Daman and Diu. It became the twenty fifth state in the Indian Union on May 30th 1987 while Daman and Diu remained as union Territory
  5. 5. ANIMAL : GAUR TREE : CROCODILE BARK TREE BIRD : BLACK CRESTED BULBUL
  6. 6. LANGUAGES IN GOA KONKANI 61% MARATHI 19% KANNADA HINDI URDU OTHERS 7% 5% 4% 4%
  7. 7. GOA- ART FORMS  Traditional Goan art forms are  Dekhnni  Fugdi  Corridinho  Mando  Dulpod  Fado
  8. 8. Goan cuisines GOAN CUISINES
  9. 9.  Rice with fish curry is the staple diet in Goa.  Goan cuisine is famous for its rich variety of fish dishes cooked with elaborate recipes.  Coconut and coconut oil are widely used in Goan cooking along with chili peppers, spices, and vinegar giving the food a unique flavour.  Pork dishes such as Vindaloo, Xacuti, chorisa, and Sorpotel  Khatkhate is a very popular dish during the celebrations
  10. 10.  Sannas, Hitt, are variants of idli  Polle, Amboli, and Kailoleo are variants of dosa  A rich egg-based, multi-layered sweet dish known as bebinca  The most popular alcoholic beverage in Goa is feni;  cashew feni is made from the fermentation of the fruit of the cashew tree, while coconut feni is made from the sap of toddy palms. Goa also has a rich wine culture
  11. 11. FESTIVALS
  12. 12. TRANSPORTATIONS
  13. 13. AIRPORTS  Goa International Airport , more commonly known as Dabolim Airport, is an international airport located in the city of Dabolim in Goa, India.  It is the only airport in the state and operates as a civil enclave in a military airbase named INS Hansa .  The airport caters to scheduled domestic and international air services.  Goa has scheduled international connections to Doha, Dubai, Sharjah and Kuwait in the Middle East by airlines like Air Arabia, Air India, GoAir, Indigo, SpiceJet, Jet Airways, JetKonnect and Qatar Airways.
  14. 14. RAILWAY STATIONS # Code Station Name State Place 1 CNO Canacona GOA Canacona 2 PERN Pernem GOA Pernem 3 VSG Vasco da Gama GOA Vasco da Gama 4 THVM Thivim GOA Thivim 5 KRMI Karmali Railway Station GOA Karmali Railway Station 6 SVM Sanverdam Chuch GOA Sanverdam Chuch 7 QLM Kulem GOA Kulem 8 MAO Madgaon GOA Madgaon
  15. 15. TRANSPORTATION BY ROAD
  16. 16.  Goa's public transport largely consists of privately operated buses linking the major towns to rural areas. Government-run buses, maintained by the Kadamba Transport Corporation  Goa has four National Highways passing through it.  NH-66 runs along India's west coast and links Goa to Mumbai in the north and Mangalore to the south.  NH-4A running across the state connects the capital Panjim to Belgaum in east, linking Goa to cities in the Deccan.  The NH-366 connects NH-66 to Mormugao Port from Cortalim.  The new NH-566 is a four-lane highway connecting Mormugao Port to NH-66 at Verna via Dabolim Airport,
  17. 17.  Hired forms of transport include unmetered taxis and auto rickshaws.  Another form of transportation in Goa is the motorcycle taxi, operated by drivers who are locally called "pilots"
  18. 18. SEA  The Mormugao harbour near the city of Vasco  Panjim, which is on the banks of the Mandovi, has a minor port, which used to handle passenger steamers between Goa and Mumbai till the late 1980s.  There was also a short-lived catamaran service linking Mumbai and Panaji operated by Damania Shipping in the 1990s.
  19. 19. TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
  20. 20. WATER FALLS
  21. 21. KUSKEM WATER FALL  The Kuskem waterfall is located in the Canacona taluka in South Goa.  It is situated in idyllic Kuskem village at about 20 km from the Cotigao wildlife sanctuary off NH 17.  It is best visited only during the rainy season as it dries out during the summers. The water falls from a lofty source leaving a clear leap of milky water.
  22. 22. DUDHSAGAR WATER FALL  Dudhsagar Falls (literally Sea of Milk ) 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-Belgaum rail route about 46 km south of Madgaon and 60 km north of Belgaum.
  23. 23.  Dudhsagar Falls is amongst India's tallest waterfalls with a height of 310 m(1017 feet) and an average width of 30 metres (100 feet).  The falls is located in the BhagwanMahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park amongst theWestern ghats.  The falls are not particularly spectacular during the dry season but during the monsoon season however, the falls are fed by rains
  24. 24. ARVALEM WATER FALLS  A thunderous spurt of water beautifully cascading down a rocky terrain of a mountain!  it is located at Arvalem, around 9 km from Bicholim, North Goa.  With water falling headlong from a height of 70 meters, it makes up for an absolutely breathtaking view.
  25. 25. TAMBDI SURLA FALLS  Trekking through the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Santurar will reach you to the Tambdi Surla falls.  There is a sacred temple which is there from the 15th century of Lord Shiva and one must not forget to visit that when they are at the foots of waterfalls.  The water flows from the hills and are a spectacular view with green all around due to the bushes and trees
  26. 26. ISLANDS
  27. 27. BAT ISLAND  The Pequeno or Bat Island of Goa is a very popular destination for many holiday makers around the world.  The Pequeno Island is a great place for tourists to visit, especially those who are looking for some adventure while they are holidaying in Goa.  The Pequeno Island has mostly rocky beaches, but they are strikingly beautiful. There is also a small stretch of greenery on the island
  28. 28.  The Island forms a great surprise for those seeking adventures and comprises of a small rocky beach and a small stretch of green.  The Bat Island is famous for snorkeling and is considered a perfect destination for the snorkelers.  The island provides a very interesting stopover along the Goan coast and can be reached by a 30 minute ride into the sea
  29. 29. ISLAND OF DIVAR  The island of Divar can be reached by a ferry ride on both sides: the ferry on the north side of the island is at Old Goa about 7 kms from Panaji and the ferry on the south side is from Narwe  The famous Bonderam festival is celebrated in Divar, during the monsoon with great fanfare and attended by thousands of tourists and locals
  30. 30. CAVES
  31. 31. ARVALEM CAVES  A beautiful example of the historical monuments present in Goa is the Arvalem Caves or the “Pandava Caves”.  Located in the Bicholim town of North Goa  These caves are ancient rock cut caves that give us a chance to steep into the mythological tales.  The origin of these caves dates back to the 6th century.
  32. 32. LAMGAU CAVES  Lamgau Caves : These man - made caves are famous tourist spot which cannot be missed out when on a trip to Goa.  They can be approached by a tough trek from the Lamgau Village itself or by driving through Bicholim on the road towards Mapusa.  The Lamgua caves are dedicated to Lord Shiva. There is a stone Linga installed with a Tulsi Vrindavan and a small Nandi Bull image in the simple courtyard.
  33. 33. FORT
  34. 34. FORT - TIRACOL  Fort Tiracol, sometimes known as Terekhol Fort, is a fort in Goa, India.  Located on the northern tip of Goa at the mouth of the Tiracol River  Fort Tiracol is reached by a ferry from Querim, 42 km North of Panaji.  The site chosen was a hillock on the Northern (right) bank of the river, which gave a commanding view of the Arabian sea.
  35. 35. FORT - AGUADA  The Fort Aguada in Goa is situated at the estuary of River Mandovi, in Bardez Taluka, North Goa.  It is just 18 km from Panjim, the capital city of Goa.  The Fort Aguada is one of the oldest among the various forts of Goa.
  36. 36.  The fort was built in the 17th century.  The Church of St Lawrence situated nearby is another reason for visiting this place.
  37. 37. CHAPORA FORT  This fort is situated near the Anjuna beach and the Vagator beach of North Goa  Chapora Fort, located in Bardez, Goa, rises high above the Chapora River.  Chapora Fort was constructed in about 1617 but fell twice
  38. 38. CABO DE RAMA FORT  Also known as Cape Rama Fort, this ancient fortress is located in the Canacona district of Goa  The popular Goan beach fort Cabo de Rama is named after Lord Rama
  39. 39.  Inside the Cabo de Rama Fort, there is the church of Santo Antonio which is in excellent condition and is still used by devotees.  Cliffs drop steeply to the sea provide a panoramic outlook of the surrounding areas, at the western side of the fortress.  The fort provides majestic views of the entire length of Colva beach and the Canacona stretch.
  40. 40. ALORNA FORT  The Alorna fort is situated in the village of Alorna which is about 30 km from Mapusa and 10 km east off NH 17 from Malpem in Pernem.  It was built by the Bhonsles of Sawantwadi in the 17th century  The fort is presently in a dilapidated condition. It is however a beautiful site to explore as it is perched on the banks of the river Chapora as it flows peacefully towards Colvale
  41. 41. CHURCHES
  42. 42. BOM JESUS BASILICA
  43. 43.  Located at Old Goa, 10 kilometres east of Panaji  The Bom Jesus Basilica is a World Heritage Monument.  The foundation stone of this remarkably large church was laid on 24 November 1594  The Bom Jesus Basilica, perhaps Goa's most famous church and among the most revered by Christians worldwide, is partially in ruins but still a model of simplicity and elegance, and a fine example of Jesuit architecture
  44. 44. ST.FRANSIS ASSISI  The Church of St. Francis of Assisi was built in 1661 by the Portuguese in the Portuguese Viceroyalty of India  The three tier facade have octagonal towers on each side and in the central niche there is a statue of St. Michael.  The main entrance is decorated with circular pilasters and rosette band.  The central nave is barrel-vaulted while the crossing is rib-vaulted which supports the choir.
  45. 45.  The internal buttress walls, separating the chapels and supporting the gallery on top, have frescoes showing floral designs.  Above the tabernacle in the main altar is a large statue of St. Francis of Assisi and Jesus on the cross, statues of St. Peter and St. Paul are seen below.  The adjoining walls of nave retain painted panels depicting scenes from the life of St Francis of Assisi.
  46. 46. CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF ROSARY  Not far to the west of the Basilica of the Bom Jesus is the Holy Hill at the extremity of which is the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary.  Built of laterite and plastered with lime mortar, it has a two-storeyed portico.  The portico as well as the façade of the church has rounded towers on either side with the cross on top. The roof of the church is tiled, supported by wooden rafters.
  47. 47.  The church has three alters and two chapels.  The main alter is dedicated to the Lady of Rosary.  The church has the look of a fortress as it has rounded towers and windows near the roof.  The design of the church suggest unmistakable Gothic inf
  48. 48. SE CATHEDRAL  Se Cathedral is the largest church in Asia and is known for its giant bells and exquisite architecture.  Se Cathedral is a well known cathedral and the main altar is dedicated to Catherine of Alexandria  The church is fringed with Tuscan exteriors and is 250 feet in length and 181 feet in width.
  49. 49.  The Portuguese during their susspremacy built this impressive structure in the 16th century.  The Cathedral stands tall towards the west of the great square called Terreiro de Sabaio and has its porch facing the east
  50. 50. BEACH
  51. 51. AGUADA BEACH
  52. 52.  Aguada beach is almost synonymous with the top-notch Fort Aguada Hotel complex, a superb hotel that is built on the cliff, around the remnants of the early 17th century Portuguese fort.  Although access to the beach is not possible through the hotel grounds, which are private, you can walk along Aguada beach, for in India private beaches do not exist
  53. 53. ANJUNA BEACH
  54. 54.  Located about 18kms from Panaji and situated in Bardez taluka, the Anjuna Beach is the part of a 30 km extended beach coastline along the west coast of Goa by the Arabian sea  The beach is famous for its stunning natural beauty with swaying palms trees and soft powered white sands
  55. 55. ARAMBOL BEACH  Arambol Beach is a traditional fisherman village, located approximately a one hour drive from the Dabolim Airport (GOI) within the Pernem administrative region of northern Goa, India.  The beach attracts many international tourists, mainly during the winter season between November and March.
  56. 56.  Dolphin watching boat trips and paragliding are amongst the fun activities on this beach along with Wind and Kite surfing, Body-boarding, and Sailing.  Arambol has a distinct bohemian feel which is no longer found in other areas, such as Calangute and this inevitably attracts many alternative travellers.  It borders North on Keri Beach and South on Mandrem Beach.
  57. 57. BAGA BEACH
  58. 58.  Baga Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa. This beach is basically an extension of Calangute Beach Holydays and is a part of 30 kms coastline along the west coast of Goa.  The sunset and sunrise of Baga Beach are also very mesmerizing and is a treat for a nature lovers eyes.  The beach offers excellent swimming, surfing and snorkeling facilities
  59. 59. CALANGUTE BEACH
  60. 60.  Calangute is the beach to which everyone heads for the moment they land in Goa.  So it is natural that it is overcrowded in both in peak and off seasons.  This huge seven-kilometre sweep of sand located 15 kms from Panaji, is called the 'Queen of Beaches'.  All the travel agencies and tour operators have a base here from where bookings are done for most of all the other beaches
  61. 61. CANDOLIM BEACH  Located 14 kms north of Panaji in the state of Goa, the Candolim Beach is a part of a long extension of beach coastline along the Arabian Sea that begins at Fort Aguada and ends at Chapora Beach.  Candolim beach offers various water-sports activities-right from parasailing to water-skiing, wind surfing and so on.
  62. 62.  Fishing is an activity for those who love peaceful and quiet environment. Yoga & meditation has also gained popularity here because of the idyllic atmosphere.
  63. 63. COLVA BEACH  The Colva Beach lies about 6 Kms to the west of Margao and is the oldest, largest and the most spectacular beaches of South Goa  other main attraction for the tourists is the "Menino Jesus" statue at the local church of Igreja de Nossa Senhora de Piedade ( Our Lady of Mercy)
  64. 64.  Although the Colva Beach has never been a hilarious destination for rave parties, Colva's nightlife is livelier and vibrant than anywhere else in south Goa.  The two most happening nightspots are down in the dunes south of the beachfront area: splash boasts a big MTV satellite screen and music to match, and a late bar and disco energize and rock crowds around 10.00 pm
  65. 65. PALOLEM BEACH
  66. 66.  The Palolem Beach is located about 2-km West of Chaudi, Canacona District of South Goa and is also known as the "Paradise Beach  It is the place of glorious sunsets and stunning sunrises with backdrop of Western Ghats situated in Southern Taluka of Canacona.
  67. 67. MIRAMAR BEACH  Miramar Beach is situated 1 kilometer ahead of the confluence of Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea.  It is situated on the way towards Dona Paula, about 3 kilometers from Panjim, the capital city of Goa.  Miramar Beach of Goa is also known as 'Gasper Dias'
  68. 68.  It is a golden beach fringed with palm trees. The soft sands of the beach makes it the best site for evening walks  The silver sand beds of the beach are said to sparkle in the moonlight
  69. 69. MOBOR BEACH  Mobor Beach is an ideal location for the adventure tourists.  It is one of the most popular beaches in Goa.  which enables the tourists to indulge in adventure sports such as water skiing, water surfing, jet ski, banana and bump rides and parasailing
  70. 70. VARCA BEACH  Varca Beach is one most popular tourist sites in Goa.  It is one of the most beautiful and exotic beaches of Goaand is situated about 2 kilometers from Benaulim.  The beach is marked by a number of wooden boats, belonging to the fishermen of the city.
  71. 71.  The Varca Beach in Goa is known to its soft white sands and its cleanliness. It is one of the cleanest beaches in Goa  The tourists can spend their time watching dolphins or enjoying boat trips on the river Sal.
  72. 72. SINQUERIM BEACH  The Sinquerim Beach of Goa is located some 13 km away from Panaji and is stunningly beautiful and quieter than the other beaches of Goa.  This long, extended sandy terrain that runs incessantly along the coast is ideal for taking a walk.  The feel of the glistening sands and the cool water caressing the feet gives you out of the feeling
  73. 73. VAGATOR BEACH
  74. 74.  The Vagator beach located near Mapusa Road, North Goa and 22 km far from the state capital Panaji is less crowded and isolated compared to other Goan beaches  It boasts of pure white sand, doted with black lava rocks and swaying coconut and palm trees
  75. 75. TEMPLES
  76. 76. BRAHMA TEMPLE
  77. 77.  The Brahma temple is situated 7 kms from Valpoi and 60 kms from Panaji in the village of Brahma Carambolim in the Satari taluka.  It is the only temple in Goa that is dedicated to Lord Brahma and is also one of the few important temples found in India that is dedicated to Lord Brahma.
  78. 78. DATTA MANDIR  The temple is situated 37 kms at Dattawadi, Sanquelim, and 40 kms. from Margao  Shri Datta Mandir at Sanquelim is well known all over Goa for the miraculous cure for mental troubles which the deity, the Hindu Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar, is said of offer.
  79. 79. SHREE DEVAKI KRISHNA TEMPLE
  80. 80.  Located 17 km from state capital Panaji, Marcel in Ponda taluka  The unique feature of this temple is that this is the only temple in India where Lord Krishna is worshipped alongside mother Devaki as Devakikrishna.
  81. 81. SHREE CHANDRESHWAR TEMPLE
  82. 82.  The ancient Chandreshwar Temple also known as the Chandranath Temple is situated on the road to Quepem, about 14 km from Margao.  It is located on the Chandranath parvat, a heavily wooded hill about 350 mt high and is dedicated to an incarnation of Shiva, the Lord of the Moon
  83. 83. SHREE DAMODAR TEMPLE
  84. 84.  The Shri Damodar Temple is one of the most beautiful and famous architecture constructions in Goa.  It stands on the bank of Kushawati River near the Zambaulim Village, just 22 km from the City of Margao on the border of Quepem region (Quepem taluk) and Sanguem region (Sanguem taluk), in Soth Goa
  85. 85. MAHA LAXMI TEMPLE
  86. 86.  The Mahalaxmi temple is located in Bandora, 4 kms from Ponda.  The temple was built to honor Mahalaxmi, the goddess of peace.  The temple has a silver arched doorway with a pillared hall.  The main temple of Mahalaxmi is located in Kolhapur, Maharashtra.
  87. 87. MARUTHI TEMPLE
  88. 88.  The Maruti Temple lies at the center of Mapusa city.  The temple is dedicated to Lord Maruti, the monkey God.  In the year 1843 Ramdasibuva came Mapusa with a silver idol of Maruti and the temple was built and idol was placed.
  89. 89. WILD LIFE
  90. 90. BONDLA WILD LIFE SANCTUARY
  91. 91.  Its mini zoo, sprawling deer park in natural habitat, botanical and rose gardens attract people throughout the year. The Bondla wildlife sanctuary is about 50 Kms from Panaji and 38 Kms from Margao and 20 Kms east of Ponda. It is more of a jungle resort with tourist cottages available on site run by the Forest Departmen The common animals that inhabit the sanctuary are the Gaur and the Sambhar deer. It is a popular destination for school picnics. It is closed on Thursdays
  92. 92.  Gaur the state animal is frequently seen.  The Panther is the largest carnivora and the Jungle Cat, Leopard Cat, Toddy Cat are others.  Herbivorous consist of Deers (Sambar, Spotted, Hog, Barking and Mouse) Wild Boar, Porcupines Scaly Ant Eater, and Malabar Giant Squirrel.  The diminutive Flying lizard (Draco) is fairly common.
  93. 93.  Along the north from Panaji on the road to Belgaum, is a sanctuary that covers 240-sq-kms. Thick forest clad slopes of the Western Ghats that is rich in wildlife and a paradise for bird watchers  Contains within it The Molem National Park  Animals that are sheltered in the sanctuary, including Gaur, Sambar, Leopards, Spotted Deer, Slender Toris, Jungle Cats, Malayan Giant Squirrels, Pythons and Cobras.  Jeeps on private arrangements go to the interior of the forest  It is more convenient to view wild animals from the Devil's Canion View Point. Bird lovers may also find their best time over here
  94. 94. COTIGAO WILD LIFE SANCTUARY
  95. 95.  It is situated in Canacona Taluka, in the south of Goa. It lies at about 2 km from Poinguinim , which is 10 km away from Chaudi, the main town of Cancacona on NH17  The CotigaoWildlife Sanctuary, was established in 1969 to protect a remote and vulnerable area of forest lining the Goa- Karnataka border  The sanctuary is known for its dense forest of tall trees, some of which reach 30 metres in height. The forest supports moist deciduous trees, semi-evergreen trees, and evergreen trees.  A special feature of the sanctuary is a treetop watchtower positioned 25 metres above a watering hole where animals go to drink. The best times to visit the watchtower are dawn and dusk when animals are most likely to be visiting.
  96. 96. Animals in the sanctuary include :  flying squirrel  slender loris  Indian pangolin  mouse deer  four-horned antelope  Malabar pit viper  hump-nosed pit viper  white-bellied woodpecker  Malabar trogon,velvet-fronted nuthatch  heart-spotted woodpecker  speckled piculet  Malayan bittern  draco or flying lizard  golden-back gliding snake  Malabar tree toad
  97. 97.  Several tribal groups live in and around the sanctuary including the Velip and the Kunbil.  Visitors can interact with these communities to learn about their culture and lifestyle.
  98. 98. GAMBLING IN GOA
  99. 99.  Goa is one of the few states in India where gambling is legal.  MOST FAMOUS CASINOS IN GOA  Deltin Royale  Casino Pride  Deltin Jaqk  Casino Paradise  Casino Royale
  100. 100. 3 4 HOTELS 5
  101. 101. 3 STAR HOTELS IN GOA
  102. 102. TAMARIND HOTEL
  103. 103.  Baggage Storage on Request  Beauty Services  Restaurant  Spa/Massage/Wellness  Backup Generator  Gym  Swimming Pool  Recreation  Wi-fi (charges apply)  Free Parking 5,800
  104. 104. GOAN CLOVE HOTEL
  105. 105.  Health Club  Swimming pool  Restaurant,  Banquet Facilities  Gym  Elevator/Lift  Safe Deposit Locker Facility 4,500  Beauty services  Doctor on call  Bar Wi-fi (charges apply)  Free parking Computer on Request  Laundry Facilities
  106. 106. HAATHI MAHAL HOTEL
  107. 107.  Doctor on Call  Banquet Facilities  Gardens  Gym  Swimming pool  Spa/Massage/Wellness,  Backup Generator  Health Club  Child care Beauty services  Safe Deposit Locker Facility  Bar Wi-fi (charges apply)  Free parking Computer on Request  Laundry Facilities  Children park
  108. 108. 4 STAR HOTELS IN GOA
  109. 109. HERITAGE VILLAGE CLUB
  110. 110.  Catering  Backup Generator  Jacuzzi  Secretarial Services  Banquet facilities  Beauty Services  Swimming Pool  Doctor on Call  Doorman  Conference Hall 11,500  Safe Deposit Locker Facility  Massage-Available in Room  Free Parking  Bottled Water in Room  Climate Control  Smoking Rooms  Child Care  Kitchenette.  Wi-Fi (charges apply)  Currency Exchange
  111. 111. LEMON TREE RESORT
  112. 112.  Gym  Doctor on Call  Bar  Catering  Laundry Facilities  Restaurant  Health Club  Business Facilities  Currency Exchange  Jacuzzi. 11,800  Minibar  H/C Water  Conference Hall  Swimming Pool  Air Conditioning Room  Attached Bathroom  Smoking Rooms.  Banquet Facilities  Beauty Services  Wi-Fi (charges apply)
  113. 113. AGUADA ANCHORAGE HOTEL
  114. 114.  Gym  Doctor on Call  Bar  Catering  Laundry Facilities  Restaurant  Health Club  Business Facilities  Currency Exchange  Jacuzzi.  Express check in/check out 14,550  Minibar  H/C Water  Conference Hall  Swimming Pool  Air Conditioning Room  Attached Bathroom  Smoking Rooms.  Banquet Facilities  Beauty Services  Wi-Fi (charges apply)  Limousine Service
  115. 115. 5 STAR HOTELS IN GOA
  116. 116. VIVANTA BY TAJ HOLIDAY VILLAGE
  117. 117. Luxury Bliss Villa 1 Bedroom : 58,200 Deluxe Room Allure Villa 1 Bedroom : 31,700 Premium Indulgence Cottage : 21,200 Superior Charm Cottage : 17,800
  118. 118. TAJ EXOTICA HOTEL GOA
  119. 119. Presidential Villa 2 Bedrooms : 140,940 Villa Room/ Sunset View : 30,600 Villa Room/ Garden View : 22,500 Deluxe Room : 18,000 Villa Room Bedroom : 16,000
  120. 120. ALILA DIWA HOTEL GOA
  121. 121. Diwa Suit : 30,750 Diwa Room : 22,700 Family Terrace : 19,200 Terrace Room : 14,200 Loft Room : 12,500
  122. 122. SHOPING
  123. 123. MAPUSA MARKET
  124. 124.  Antiques  Textiles  Traditional Handicrafts  Goan pottery  Spices  Fruits  Home made pickles
  125. 125. ANJUNA FLEA MARKET
  126. 126.  Local handicrafts  Spices  Clothes  Footwear  Beach wear  Artificial jewellery & Accessories
  127. 127. CALANGUTE MARKET SQUARE
  128. 128. Buy sarongs and trinkets made of sea shells as souvenirs from a perfect beach holiday or treat yourself to fried prawns and beer at one of these stalls. Also, look out for metal, leather and clay items, accessories, textiles and carpets at the CalanguteMarket Square
  129. 129. SUPER GOAAA!!!

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