North Goa Sightseeing is full of exciting colors and beaches. While sightseeing in North Goa one must first head to Fort Aguada to uncover its deep history and its features, from its architecture to its lighthouse. Then head to Calangute Beach and see the locals, and enjoy shopping for local handmade craft items. Then spend some time by Sinquerim Beach, Candolim Beach, Baga Beach, to enjoy the sand and the surf and head to Anjuna Beach afterward, the most famous beach in North Goa.
... One of the two districts that form the Indian state of Goa, North Goa is bordered by the Maharashtrian districts of Ratnagiri which is also known as Sawantwadi and Kohlapur along with South Goa. The geographical features of this place are similar to other regions on the West Coast, such as Maharashtra and Karnataka. The capital of Goa – Panaji, is situated in this district along with other cities like Mapusa and Old Goa. Pristine silvery beaches, dense palm trees, wildlife parks, and an exciting nightlife make this place one of the most happening tourist destinations in India. As well there are several places in North Goa for the people who have a religious interest. You’re your trip to North Goa and explore the stunning beauty of this region.
Q. What North Goa is famous for?
Ans. North Goa is famous for adventure activities, flea market and its villas and homestays.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from North Goa?
Ans. Anjuna Beach, Aguada Fort, Dona Paula Beach, The Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, and Arvalem waterfalls.
Q. How to Reach North Goa?