Goa green and clean city

Goa,the smallest state in India,is one its major attractions.Tourists are drawn to the golden sand beaches of Goa,which are some of the finest in the world.With a coastline stretching along the Arabian Sea for over 100km of the west coast of India,Goa has numerous beaches,more popular being Baga,Calangute,Anjuna and Arambol.Less explored beaches like the fishing village Agonda and Palolem are more beautiful.The crystal clear water and breathtaking landscape provide the escape you need from the hustle bustle of city life.

Panjim, the capital city located in the centre is a well-connected place with roads and trains run from North to South part of Goa.Being a former Portuguese colony the colonial era architecture is evident in its 17th century style bungalows and churches.the Portuguese influence is can be seen in the architecture of Basilica of Bom Jesus and the Churches of St.Francis and St.Augustine.Nearby places to see are the Alorna fort,Amathane Dam,The Big Foot museum,the cascading Arvalem waterfalls and caves,The Devil’s canyon,and Fort Agoda.The Madei wildlife sanctuary and the Carambolim Lake beckon the wild life enthusiasts.The Mapusa Friday market provides a alively interlude.

The Goan people are jovial and used to tourists.Festivals are innumerous,seafood is excellent and night life is happening with bars,cafes,clubs and discos.

Dudh Sagar Falls

Aguada Fort


Basilica of Bom Jesus Church

Our Lady of the immaculate conception church goa

Palolem Beach

Peloponnese - Muses Seaside houses