Baga Beach is one of the most popular beach and tourist destination in North Goa. It is visited by thousands of tourists annually. It is named after the 'Baga creek' which flows into the Arabian Sea and is the perfect destination to witness beautiful sunsets and enjoy the cool morning breeze. The shacks come to life in the late evening with music blasting and amazing customer service. There is also a range of water sports that you can try your hands at, such as parasailing and banana rides, and dolphin cruises. Sometimes, Baga Beach is often considered to be the extension of Calangute Beach itself since both of these lie on the same stretch of sand.
Fort Tiracol, sometimes known as Terekhol Fort is located on the northern tip of Goa at the mouth of the Tiracol River. The fort was originally built by Maharaja Khem Sawant Bhonsle, the Raja of Sawantwadi, in the 17th century. The ancient and imposing, Tiracol is perhaps the best preserved and most visited fort in Goa. This is partly due to the Fort having been converted into an exclusive hotel. However, even with the modernizations made by the hotel, the fort is still steeped in historical lore and has been witness to many a gory battle.
Explore Goa away from the beach at this magnificent waterfall. Dudhsagar Falls (literally Sea of Milk ) is a four-tiered waterfall located on the Mandovi River. It is amongst India's tallest waterfalls with a height of 310 m (1017 feet) and an average width of 30 meters (100 feet). There is also a spice farm near Dudhsagar Falls where you can spend an afternoon walking through plantations and picking spices right off the trees.
Agonda’s beach is wide, quiet and picturesque, with a turtle center at the northern end protecting precious Olive Ridley eggs. This is not the place for a leisurely swim. For a sunset walk or a long lazy day, Agonda encapsulates romantic Goa at its very best. It is perfect for people looking for an exciting time in the water. The cool breeze and warm summer sun can definitely relieve you of the stress brought by the daily grind.
Chapora Fort located in Bardez, Goa, rises above the Chapora River and hence the name. This fort falls under an enduring historical monument. Chapora Fort is popularly known for its spectacular views and sunset point. This Fort attracts visitors in large numbers especially during the evening time. It offers a spectacular view over the peninsula, the Chapora River and the beaches of Chapora, Anjuna and Vagatore. It is also a great place to watch sunset over the Arabian Sea. There was once a church dedicated to St. Anthony. The fort is a monument rich in historical lore and intrigue. To the average visitor however, it is a collection of sturdy, irregularly shaped walls, with just a hint of secret tunnels that can be found by the keen observer.
Anjuna Beach, located in Goa is very well known for its natural beauty and white sand. Anjuna beach being favorite among the tourists, attracts both domestic and international visitors. The other reason of this beach being well known for is its full moon beach parties. The area was popularly known as the jewel of Anjuna or 'Ozran' and became a favorite spot among visitors. with clean maintenance, Anjuna beach is famous for water sports like paragliding, windsurfing and bungee jumping from above 80 feet. Apart from these, one will also have lots of food option. A perfect destination for a foodie as well as activity enthusiasts. Night time here calls for wild rave parties and trance music which is now the trademark. Visit Anjuna Beach for a true flavour of the Goan spirit.