Attractions

Hills Den Guest House

Mobor Beach

Mobor Beach is vibrant with tourists and always bustling with parties and activities that go one here perpetually. The beach is beautified with natural creations with blooming lilies in ponds, sandy dunes and coconut palms which adore the landscape. This place is ideal for the individuals who need to make their vacation a more offbeat experience or just feel the light of common life in Goa.

Cavelossim Beach

Cavelossim Beach is nothing but a picturesque landscape with brilliant sand glinting in the daylight, sluggish hillocks and snarling waves. The shoreline gives a tranquil and refreshing vibe. You can just laze around, have long strolls or go for Dolphin trips in the wake of experimenting with daring adventures on the sea. Not just this, even the nightlife on the beach is very amazing.

Colva Beach

It is one of the most popular beaches in South Goa and attracts a lot of Indian visitors. The beach is an ideal destination to enjoy a range of activities from sunbathing, water sports to other leisure activities. Adventure freaks particularly flock here to get the adrenaline rush with adventure sports. You can find many shacks here selling street food and drinks to satiate your hunger and and its one of the best places to visit in South Goa in 1 day.

Varca Beach

Varca Beach is fundamentally acclaimed for its incredible environment of quietness and placidness. The Varca Beach in Goa is known to its delicate white sands and its cleanliness. It is one of the cleanest shorelines in Goa that enables the travelers to invest some energy in solitude. Moreover, the beach has various beach shacks where vacationers can appreciate the wide assortment of treats, including sea food in traditional cuisines.

Butterfly Beach

This relatively unexploited beach is becoming a buzzing North Goa places to visit. The place occupies a tiny semicircular bay on the high northern end of Palolem beach and the most astounding feature is that you can spot millions of butterflies flying over the hilltop blossoms. The golden sands against the warm blue water create postcard perfect location with palm trees and scores of butterflies.

Candolim Beach

Betul beach is in South Goa, 20.7 kilometers from Margao by the MDR43. It takes about 45 minutes by road from the city. Betul is at the southernmost tip of the 27 kilometers long continuous shoreline that extends from Vasco da Gama to the Sal River. The stretch of sand comes to an end at the confluence of the Sal River and the Arabian Sea at Betul. Immediately north of Betul is Mobor, followed by the popular Cavelossim beach. The stunning Betul fort is on the opposite bank of the river, offering panoramic views of the sea, the coastline, river, and the countryside.

Spice Plantation

India is well known for its spices all over the world. With suitable climates for growing spices, Goa too have few spice farms in the interior of Goa. Though spice cultivation is not on commercial basis, quantity of spices produced are enough to serve locals their daily need. Visiting Spice Farm in Goa and knowing different spices of India, their different uses and medicinal value itself is unique trip promoted by Tourism in Goa. Some of Goa’s famous spice plantation farms are in Ponda Taluka of Goa.

Big Foot Museum

Big Foot Museum is a museum and a theme park based in the South Goa, India, village of Loutolim in the sub-district of Salcete. It is a museum dedicated to rural Goan life. It was founded and is run by the artist Maendra Alvares. Loutolim is close to Margao.

Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

The wilderness of the Cotigao Sanctuary has the characteristics of a layered forest. Sky-kissing tall trees grow upto 30 meters forming a thick canopy in this forest, not allowing sunlight to reach the understory and forest floor. There are eight amazing nature trails going into the depths of the forests here in Cotigao that are open to visitors during most months, ranging from 500 meters to 5 kilometers in distance.

Shanta
Durga Temple

Shri Shantadurga Temple is situated at the foothill of Kavalem village in Ponda Taluka, Goa. A small laterite mud shrine was built and the deity was installed here. The mud-shrine was converted into a beautiful temple whose foundation stone was laid in 1730 and the temple was completed in 1738 and renovated in 1966.

Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary

Seated in the Southern part of Goa, Netravali wildlife sanctuary is a tributary of the Zuari river. Nestled with dense forests which remain evergreen throughout the year, this sanctuary is renowned for varieties of animals like Gaur, Ratufa indica, Tetracerus quadricornis, and leopard. Its famous birds are Malayan night heron, Nilgiri wood pigeon, pied hornbill, grey-headed bulbul, white-bellied treepie and a rufous babbler.

Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary

Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Sanguem district of Goa, about 70 km away from the main city. It covers a total area of 240 square kilometers, out of which 170 square kilometers is dedicated to the Mollem National Park built at the core of the sanctuary. Located in the Western Ghats, this green zone constitutes of moist deciduous and tropical evergreen forests that create a nurturing habitat for various endangered species of flora and fauna. In fact, the tallest waterfalls called the Dudhsagar waterfall, elevated at a height of 107 feet lie within the sanctuary and attract many avian fauna that sustain off water.

Dolphin Spotting

Situated 120 km from Goa is this beautiful island of Gokarna. The vast coast of the Gokarna is kissed by the waters of the Arabian sea. Amidst this pristine beauty lies the Om beach, which is named after the religious Hindu symbol. The area is lined up with beautiful Palm trees and the alluring weather sets up a beautiful mood for a dolphin-spotting trip. This guided trip will take you to almost an hour journey across the blue water, which will provide you with a wonderful chance to spot a Humpback dolphin. Dolphins are often pretty interactive and thus might allow you to take few beautiful clicks for a lifetime memory.

Panjim Church

The Panjim Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception is placed on the hillside and just high above the Idalco Palace built by Adil Shah. Standing on the gallery of the church, you can see the entire view of the lovely Panjim city. It is one of Panjim's best attractions located in the heart of Panjim city and is the first church of Goa, built in 1541.

Colomb Beach

The sunset beach is one of the most beautiful and very popular beach in South Goa.This beach is very quite and calm beach and the visitors come very often overhere to spend their holidays.This beach is the part of Betalbatim beach where the golden sands blend well with the swaying coconut palms on the fringes. In the morning one can enjoy the early morning walks and in the evening can see the breathtaking view of the sunset. The beach is less crowded and is very peaceful.

Water Sports

The Portuguese influenced architecture and turquoise water give Goa a perfect exotic touch. There are numerous beaches in South Goa, and the best part is, they offer exciting water rides that will surely leave you thrilled! Mobor beach offers you a chance to enjoy the scintillating views of the surroundings along with various adventure activities, including; kayaking, windsurfing, and much more

Old Goa church

Located on the banks of River Mandovi, Old Goa or Velha Goa (Velha pronounced as Vell-yea) means Old in Portuguese) was founded in the 15th century as a port town by the rulers of the Bijapur Sultanate. The town was captured by the Portuguese in 1510 and was the administrative of seat of Portuguese India. This town was known as “Rome of the East” thanks to its magnificent churches.