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Thursday, 23 November 2017

Top 15 Most Amazing Places To Visit In India - Must Visit Before You Die

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Top 15 Places To Visit In Goa - India Tours Advisors

This time, with the habit, try a different Goa and you are sure to come back with more clicks and selfie memories for your life. So read on, and plan to surprise yourself with a real Goan experience this time. Check out these 15 best places to visit in Goa and things to do that won't let you miss one of the "fun" Goa.

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1. Calangute: - One of Goa's most popular beaches and also the largest beach in the north of Goa, Calangute Beach is one of Goa's most recommended tourist destinations and is popular with national and international tourists. It is also the most popular and commercialized beaches of Goa and during peak periods, this beach is invaded by people from all over the world. It offers a long coastline with a breathtaking view of the sea and the beach is lined with huts, restaurants, clubs and shops. Once can also enjoy a plethora of water sports at the beach of Calangute. Check here top 10 beaches of India.

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2. Fort Aguada: - Fort Aguada is located on the beach of Sinquerim, north of Goa, in the 17th century. Built as the main defence of the Portuguese against the Dutch and the Marathas, it was the most prized and most crucial fort of the Portuguese. The fort is surrounded by thick ramparts and deep, dry moats. Two things to visit inside the fort are the 13-metre high lighthouse built in 1864 and a vaulted cistern capable of storing ten million litres of fresh water. From there, fresh water was provided to the vessels stopping there.

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3. Deltin Royale Casino: - Deltin Royale Casino is the largest casino boat in Panjim, Goa. It offers 24 hours of non-stop fun in an area spanning 40, 000sq of luxury online game on three levels with 850 game positions. Shows are held at the restaurant and during peak hours. You have to buy an entry and game package to access the casino. You can also choose to buy a stay and play package which allows you to stay at the hotel Deltin and access to the casino. For those who travel during the national holidays, the casino is closed all national holidays.

Chapora-Fort-Goa
4. Chapora Fort: - Popular as the place where the Bollywood film "Dil Chahta Hai" was imagined, the fort of Chapora stands at the mouth of the river Chapora as an old guard. Today, this fort in Laterite is almost in ruins but offers sensational views on the coast from the top of the fort. This is in itself a sufficient reason for photo enthusiasts.

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5. Basilica of Bom Jesus: - The churches in Goa are an important legacy of being an ancient Portuguese colony. Built throughout the centuries, these architectural wonders were more than just a place of worship; They also hold a historical or cultural place. One of the popular churches of Goa is the Basilica of Bom Jesus. The mortal remains of Saint Francis Xavier are preserved here in this basilica and therefore venerated by many. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. You also check here top 10 Chruches of India.

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6. Pandava Caves and Arvalem Waterfall: - About 9 kms south of the town of Bicholim in the north of Goa is the complex of the Pandava Cave of the 6th century and the Cascades of Arvalem. The cave complex is divided into 5 compartments and the ' linga ' enshrined in the middle compartment is held in great reverence by the devotees here. Another attraction near the caves of Pandava or Arvalem is the cascade of Arvalem. The water that comes down to a height of 50 MTS offers a beautiful view, and there is a nearby park where you can see the waterfall as well as the lake downstairs.

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7. Mangeshi Temple: - About 9 kms south of the town of Bicholim in the north of Goa is the complex of the Pandava Cave of the 6th century and the Cascades of Arvalem. The cave complex is divided into 5 compartments and the ' linga ' enshrined in the middle compartment is held in great reverence by the devotees here. Another attraction near the caves of Pandava or Arvalem is the cascade of Arvalem. The water that comes down to a height of 50 MTS offers a beautiful view, and there is a nearby park where you can see the waterfall as well as the lake downstairs.

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8. Dudhsagar Falls: - Literally meaning a sea of milk, Dudhsagar Falls is a 4-level waterfall and the 4th highest waterfall in India. Located at a distance of 46 from Madgaon, the falls appear spectacular during the monsoons after being fed by the rains. There is a railroad bridge that passes right in front of the waterfall and the passenger train that passes through the fall tends to always slow down so that passengers can see the fall more closely. Unfortunately there is no observation platform or site allowing tourists to see the huge waterfall. Some people go down to the Dudhsagar station and walk backwards on the railroad tracks, but this is certainly not recommended.

Ashwem-and-Arossim-Beach-Goa
9. Ashwem & Arossim Beach: - Not everyone likes crowded beaches. For those looking for some serenity in Goa, the Ashwem beach is a kind of oasis. Located north of Goa, about 43 km from the beach of Anjuna, this beach is quite the opposite of what are the popular beaches of North Goa like Baga or Calungute. It's quiet, clean, less crowded and peaceful. White sandy beach with a handful of restaurants and hotels scattered around the beach. Arossim Beach is another travel destination of South Goa or rather a beach. Located at a distance of 12 kms from Margao, this beach is also a peaceful paradise with its white sandy beaches and palm trees. This beach is also famous for 2 very popular beach huts; The Star Fish Shack and the Venus beach hut. Excellent food (Indian and international) and impressive views are 2 main reasons why these 2 places are extremely popular. Looking to watch the sun go to bed with a cold beer? Look no further.

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10. Naval Aviation Museum: - Unknown to many, the Naval Aviation Museum is the only one of its kind in all of Asia and the only Naval Aviation Museum in India. It has an indoor and outdoor section and exhibits of 7 different types of planes, rockets, bombs, armaments, protective gears, parachutes, pilot outfits, etc. Definitely a must-see visit on your next Goa tour, especially for those who love life the Defense Forces.

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11. Mollem National Park: - The Mollem National Park, located in the Western Ghats along the eastern border of Goa with Karnataka. Spread over 240 square kilometers, the national park houses several species of wild cats, a wide variety of birds, several species of snakes and even a wide range of butterflies. In addition to wildlife, the park also houses "Le Dhangar"; A community of nomadic buffalo herders. It is also known for some impressive hiking trails and the Tambdi temple on Mahadev dating from the 12th century that dates back to the Kadamba dynasty.

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12. Fontainhas: - Fontainhas, the former Latin quarter of Goa seems to belong to another part of the world, perhaps Europe but certainly not India. The narrow and sinuous street flanked by brightly coloured houses with protruding balconies and red tiled roofs gives a very picturesque view. Even the beautiful registration plates of the houses are like works of art. It gives a very Mediterranean look to the whole place. Located in the foothills, with the Altinho Hills to the west and the Ourem Creek to the east, it takes its name from "Fonte Phoenix" (Fountain of Phoeni), which was essentially a reservoir of water built during Portuguese domination. The Phoenix fountain can still be seen on the way to the temple of Maruti in the Mala area.

Reis-Magos-Fort-Goa
13. Reis Magos Fort: - Fort Reis Magos is the oldest fort in Goa and has recently been restored to its former glory. It was first used as a residence of the viceroy and later converted into a fortress. He also served as a prison until recently. Surrounded by strong and distinctive reddish laterite walls and dotted with watchtowers or typically Portuguese turrets at strategic points. The fort offers a remarkable view of the surrounding countryside and overlooks the Reis Magos church which is a short distance away.

Arpora-Night-Market-Goa
14. Arpora Night Market: - The Arpora Night markets of Goa are also an integral part of the tourist experiences in this seaside town. Initially started by hippies as a way to make money by swapping or selling their products, today it is part of the Goan itinerary of any tourist. Arpora's Night market is held every Saturday from 6 pm until late at night. This market is a more welcome alternative to the Anjuna market during the sweltering afternoons. In addition, you can find food stalls offering an endless range of delectable dishes and a central scene that hosts live concerts.

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15. Tito's: - Goa has always been popular for his nightlife, and Tito is one of the best nightclubs in Goa. It is also one of the first nightclubs in Goa. Located on the main road, in the direction of the Baga Beach, Tito consists of 2 levels; Dance floor at level 1 and Level 2 is where you can sit and watch the action below. Saturday nights at Tito are dedicated to the thrilling dance floor, electrifying music and throbbing lights. Tito's food is also very talkative.

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