Explore Goa

Explore goa

Goa at Glance

Beaches

The beaches of Goa are warm and welcoming. Experience tranquility in this paradise, get mesmerized by the sunsets, and let your mind wander with the breeze.

Watersports

The lovely beaches here are suited for a number of water sporting activities such as windsurfing, dinghy sailing, scuba diving, etc

Cycling

Start your trip at Britona around 07:00 AM in the morning and get ready to travel across Pomburpha Ferry and head to the magnificent Chorao Island.

Nightlife

From listening to the ocean waves and the whispering breezes of air to partying in clubs and trying luck in casinos Goa is heaven for the nightlife lovers.

Temples

Goan temples are different from other Hindu temples in India. The temples here are decorated with natural beauty and simple yet fascinating architecture

Churches

The churches are the varied heritage of Goa. Every church here is a classic example of Portuguese-style architecture and has its own story to tell.

Forts

The roads less traveled in Goa lead to the most spectacular forts. Each of these forts has a story to tell and is impressive enough to make you stand and wonder.

Spice farms

Embark on an exciting tour of the spice village in Goa and get a chance to explore the varieties of spices. Explore learn about their plantation and usage

Activities in and around Arpora

Given below are the major activities and attraction in and around Arpora

Saturday night market

The Saturday night market

Set amidst a Mango Orchard at Casa Babu, the Saturday night market has hundreds of stalls with all kinds of accessories and food put up by Foreign and Indian Artisan's accompanied by upbeat music.

Goa karting

Goa Karting

This track is located between Baga & Anjuna beaches. This go-kart operation offers a thrilling 340-m track featuring U-shaped turns & narrow stretches for a great adrenaline rush. A must try for a thrilling experience.

Chapora fort

Chapora Fort

Located 6.2kms from Arpora this fort rises above the Chapora River. The fort was built by Adil Shah and was called Shahpura, later altered to Chapora. This prime attraction was popularized by the movie Dil Chahta Hai.

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