Panjim- Goa, 11 Unique Tourist Places To Explore The Natural Beauty!

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Gopika VC

Panaji's Latin neighborhood is Fontainhas. It appears Portuguese in every aspect of its architecture. The brightly painted cottages and red tile roofs make it feel like Europe.



The Basilica of Bom Jesus is a large edifice that has been around for nearly 400 years and is a recognized World Heritage Site.

Basilica Of Bom Jesus, Panjim


Aguada Fort is a renowned tourist spot in Panjim, located on the southwestern tip of Bardez and giving spectacular views of Sinquerim Beach.

Aguada Fort


Visiting Goa's oldest fort is like diving into the state's rich cultural and historical heritage. The massive fort was built in phases in 1550.

Reis Magos Fort


Shree Shantadurga and Shree Mangesh are two of the Hindu Goud Saraswat Brahmin sect's most adored patron deities.

Shantadurga Temple


In the middle of the Mandovi River in Goa is an island known as Divar.  The region's rich and varied heritage will surprise and enchant any tourist, even if Goa is largely Catholic.

Divar Island


Se Cathedral, a spectacular blend of Portuguese and Gothic architecture, was built to commemorate the Portuguese triumph against a Muslim force that led to the conquest of Goa.

Se Cathedral


The Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary is one of Goa's smallest protected reserves, but it's also one of the most vulnerable. It's situated on Chorao island along the Mandovi River.

Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary


Dona Paula, a beach on the Arabian Sea where the rivers Mandovi and Zuari meet, is both attractive and strategically important location.

Dona Paula Beach


In 1679, Shivaji, the Hindu King of the Marathas, built the Cabo de Rama fort, also known as the Kalhad fort.

Cabo de Rama Fort


Bambolim Beach features everything a vacationer might want, including golden sand for relaxing, rich foliage for photo opportunities, and clean, calm water for swimming.

Bambolim Beach