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Welcome to Goa, India
Lying on the western coast, Goa is the smallest city in India and is unlike any other. The city is known for its white-sand beaches, eclectic seafood and some of the most world-heritage listed sites laced with Portuguese architecture. It is a perfect getaway for anyone looking for a laidback vacation. 

Places to Visit

  • Aguada Fort

    Fort Aguada is a well-preserved seventeenth-century Portuguese fort, along with a lighthouse, standing in Goa, India, on Sinquerim Beach, overlooking the Arabian Sea.

  • Sinquerim Beach

    Sinquerim Beach boasts of an amazing shoreline with and extent of sand. The beach is located north of the popular beaches of Goa including Calangute, Baga, and Candolim. 

  • Arambol

    A hub for the study of yoga, meditation, and alternative therapies, lively Arambol centres on its namesake beach, popular with backpackers and bohemian travellers. Colourful beach shacks serve seafood, Goan cuisine, and western fare, and many double as bars with live music in the evening. 

  • Chapora Fort

    The Chapora fort is situated on the hill of Vagator Beach on with the Chapora Beach on the other side. The Chapora fort was erected by Adil Shah of Bijapur on the site of an ancient fort, which existed even before the Portuguese came to Goa in 1510. The Portuguese rulers took over the Chapora fort in 1717 and made it a border outpost for controlling land. 

We’re heading to Bengaluru next

After Goa, we are now going to visit the city of Bengaluru.

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