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Spots that Catch the Sight in Goa

There is a wedding in Goa in coming days and you are turning down the plan? Come on, when Goa calls; there should be no ‘any’. You should embrace this place with open arms.  If you feel that the spot is quite far from your city and you would have to take five six days off then it is your misunderstanding. If you pick the right path, you can make the most of your trip that too without taking many leaves.

For example, if you live in Delhi, then you can take Delhi to Goa Flights. In this way, you can make sure that you reach the destination within a short while.  In a couple of hours, you would be there. Come on, if you have never explored the depths of Goa, it is your time to do so. Goa is full of spots that everybody should explore and enjoy. Have a look at some of the amazing places of Goa below:

Fort Aguada:

It is a well-preserved seventeenth century Portuguese fort.  This fort is snuggled on the Sinquerim Beach in North Goa. It was constructed as the main defence of Portuguese against Dutch and Marathas. It was the most valued and critical fort of Portuguese. The fort is covered by thick battlements along with deep dry moat. Two absolutely worth visiting things within the fort are thirteen metre high lighthouse constructed in the year 1864 and a curved cistern capable of storing around ten million litres of fresh water.

Calangute:

It is one of the most famous beaches in Goa and it is even the biggest beach in North Goa.  The beach is among the most popular and enjoyed tourist places in Goa and well-known with both domestic and international tourists. Similarly, the beach is also the busiest and commercialized beaches in Goa during the peak seasons; the beach is packed with people from around the world. It caters a long coastline coupled with a stunning view of sea and the beach front is scattered with huts, clubs, restaurants and shopping outlets.  You can relish water sports too here.

Pandava Caves

Nearly nine kms to the south of Bicholim town in North Goa is situated the 6th century Pandava cave complexand also Arvalem waterfalls. This cave complex is forked into 5 compartments and the ‘linga’ preserved in the mid of compartment is held in great respect by devotees at this place. Similarly, another Fascination close to the Arvalem caves is the popular Arvalem waterfalls. The water flowing down from a height of nearly fifty metres makes for an amazing view. Similarly there is also is a park nearby from where you can easily witness the waterfall as well as the splendid lake at the bottom. The entire space is beautiful and worth visiting.

Thus, there are plenty of other spots too in Goa that might catch your interest instantly. You should make the most of these tourist spots once you are in this city. After all, the land …