1. BAGA BEACH
Baga beach is situated between the anjuna and calangute beach. This beach is small but perfect place for those, who want to away from hustle and bustle and enjoy quite movement with someone. At this beach dolphins also find around 1 – 2 km from the shoreline. This is also famous for water sport like – banana rides and parasailing. It is also known for its Baga creek.
2. PALOLEM BEACH
Palolem beach is situated in south goa. It is one of the best beaches for relaxation. This beach is very close to the monkey point and can go there by walking. There are two more beaches one is butterfly beach you can go there by hiring boat and another is honeymoon beach which is usually visited by couples. Fishing trips and dolphins cruise are the other popular attraction.
3. DUDHSAGAR FALLS
Dudhsagar falls (Sea of milk) is located in the border of Indian State Goa and karnataka on the mandovi river. This falls is fourth tallest waterfalls of India with height of 1017 feet. The whole area around this falls is surrounded by deciduous forest with a rich diversity. When the monsoons arrive that time this falls is worth seeing. Ideal time to visit this place is between October to december.
4. BASILICA OF BOM JESUS
The basilica of bom jesus is part of UNESCO world heritage site. The meaning of bom jesus is “infant jesus”. It contains the tomb and mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. This church baroque architecture is regarded as the one of best example in the India. The church took 11 years to built. Contruction of this monument begun in 1594 and was completed in the 1505. In this church embalmed body of the saint lies in an airtight glass coffin which is placed in a silver casket. Once every 10 years, the body is allowed to be viewed by the people who visit this holy place. The last time it was in 2014 and the next will be in 2024.
5. AGUADA FORT
The Aguada fort and its lighthouse is located in mandovi river candolim, goa. This fort was built by Portuguese conolian ruler on the sinquerim beach at the arabian sea in 1612 to prevent the entry of ships to protect the old Goa from the attacks of marathus and dutch. The story behind how the fort get its name Aguada meaning “water” is that a freshwater spring within the fort provided water supply to the ships that used to stop by. The fort is split up in two segments. In this fort there is a secret escape passage to use during time of emergency and war. This is one of the prime tourism place of the goa where you can go and enjoy.