The Chapora fort is one of the most popular forts in North Goa which was rebuilt by the Portuguese in the 17th century. This is also the fort where the famous scene from the Bollywood movie, DilChahtaHai was shot. This fort existed even before the Portuguese landed in Goa and was reconstructed by them in the 17th century.
The Dudhsagar falls are located in Goa. They are famous for their stunning beauty and is milky white. The Dudhsagar falls has a legend behind its name. It is said that a princess who was the daughter of the ruler of the Ghats was taking bath inside the falls with her handmaidens.
Baga beach is one of the most popular beaches that lie on the stretch between Calangute and Candolim. This is one of the longest sandy beaches in Goa. It is usually crowded and is a place for water sports and leisure activities. It is also popular for nightlife.
Anjuna is a village in the North Goa and has a famous beach where there are a lot of water sports and activities available. You can get a taste of hippie culture at this beach. Beach parties at Anjuna beach are organized regularly. Visit Anjuna beach to experience all kinds of water sports and activities available on the beach. For a weekend stay or a long stay, this is the beach that is a must-visit for fun and activities.
The Basilica of Bom Jesus is a UNESCO world heritage site and holds the remains of St. Francis Xavier. This is one of the oldest churches in old Goa that is built in the Baroque style of architecture by the Portuguese. This is a 400-year-old church that has a well-decorated casket. You will find gilded and fresco work inside the church.