Viceroy's Arch

The archway, called the Viceroy\'s Arch, was erected by Vasco da gama\'s grand son, who became viceroy in 1597. On the side facing

Palace Gate

Adil Shah was a Muslim ruler who once controlled the land of Goa from Bijapur in Karnataka state. The empire of Adil Shah was atta

Church Of Saint Cajetan

The Italian monks of the Theatine Order (1656-1700) built this diminutive domed church on the lines of the Roman Basilica of St Pe

Convent Of Saint John Of God

The Convent and the Church of St. John of God reflects the Christian values of 18th century Goa. And, the travelers do not usually

Convent Of St. Monica

The "Rome of the East" - Goa, is home to many beautiful churches. Your trip to Goa is incomplete without visiting the various chur

Saint Agustine's Tower

The Tower of the Church of St. Augustine is recognized as a highly praised landmark in Goa. This is a 46 m high tower that used to

Tiracol Fort

Located on the northern tip of Goa at the mouth of Terekhol river, the Terekhol fort was a lynchpin of the Portuguese efforts to p

Querim Beach

The northernmost tip of the state of Goa holds a marvel called the Keri or the Querim beach. The beach is situated at a distance o

Kalacha Beach

A walk along the Querim beach and its beautiful surroundings would bring one to the tree-lined beach named Kalacha. The Kalacha be

Arambol Beach

If the Goan beaches are popular amongst the party crowd world wide, some of its tranquil and peaceful beaches such as the Arambol

Dunas Beach

Dunas Beach -- So called because of little sand dunes all over the beach. The beaches of Asvem, Mandrem, Morjim and Dunas are alon

Ashwem Beach

Long stretches of silver sand, as far as one can see, disturbed only by a few huts and shacks which cater for some amazing Goan as

Morjim Beach

The Morjim beach opens up its colors right from the time one has its first sight from the Anjuna. The beach is situated near the m

Chapora Beach

The Chapora beach lies amongst some of the most well known places in Goa and that maybe exactly the reason why it has been reclusi

Vagator Beach

The Vagator beach has something, which very few beach and shore locations across the globe can boast off. The beautiful silver san

Chapora Fort

At a distance of approximately 12 km from Mapusa lies the Fort of Chapora. The fort is easily accessible from Vagator over the hil

Ozran Beach

The Ozran beach is actually hidden behind a hill and the hillocks, which host the Chapora fort. In fact all these beautiful surrou

Anjuna Beach

Jagged laterite boulders welcome you to the land of Goan rave. Enchanting red cliffs kiss the silver white sand beach which is awa

Baga Beach

The Baga beach located 10kms westward from Mapusa, is an extension of Calangute and in the real sense personifies pleasure, leisur