Goa: A Tropical Paradise That Cannot Be Left Undiscovered For Long

Goa: A Tropical Paradise That Cannot Be Left Undiscovered For Long

Goa is one of the beautiful destination and a state in western India with coastlines stretching along the Arabian Sea. This place is famous for its beaches, ranging from popular stretches at the Baga and Palolem to those in laid-back fishing villages such as Agonda. Moreover, Goa has a long history as a Portuguese colony prior to 1961 is evident in its preserved 17th-century churches and the area’s tropical spice plantations. There are some of the famous destination you must go before death that includes

Ashwem Beach in Goa

Ashwem Beach is a most popular stretches of sand which lies in-between the banks of the river Chapora which is in the South and the river Terekhol in the North. Furthermore, it is continuous with the Morjim Beach to the South and the Mandrem Beach to the North. Plus, it is relatively quieter than other beaches in North Goa, and is a great spot to plan a picnic with family or spend quality time on a honeymoon.

Chapora Fort in Goa

Chapora Fort, located in Bardez, Goa, raises high above the Chapora River and hence its name which is the most interesting name given to this fort that is 'Dil Chahta Hai'. However, before the Portuguese arrived in Goa in 1510, this location was the site of another fort and it changed hands several times after Portuguese acquired Bardez.

Varca Beach in Goa

This is one of the most tranquil beaches in Goa, that stretches for 10 kilometres and the gorgeous white sand is lapped by glittering waves, plus the pleasant beach excludes undisputed natural scenery all around. Moreover, Varca town is a home to a local fishing community and so wooden fishing boats hug the coast.

Paragliding in Goa

While paragliding in Goa, soar across the sky and witness the aerial views of Goa’s beaches and stunning landscapes, as it requires you to launch the wings by jogging down a slope after then controlling the speed as well as the direction of wings.

Well, you can either manoeuvre the wings on your own or you can fly with a trained guide who will handle the wings.

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