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Goa, though carrying a rich colonial past, has attained fame as India’s centre of international tourism. Its present culture still reflects the association to its multi-cultural roots in the form of many churches, temples and synagogues that are located here. However, with the younger crowd, it is renowned as the destination to go to for a fun-filled and partying getaway.

For tourists who prefer natural experiences Dudhsagar Falls, Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary and Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary are good options to explore. Goa’s many beaches are places where one can indulge in watersports or simply lounge around in the shacks located there. Basilica of Bom Jesus, Shantadurga temple and Church of St. Francis of Assissi are few of the religious places one can visit while touring Goa

Water sports and nightlife can be experienced at the beaches. Go on a river cruise, visit the churches and temples, enjoy wildlife and bird watching, and appreciate scenic beauty.

Places to Stay: Best resorts in Goa

Type of Destination:
Beach, pilgrimage, family and kid friendly

Best time to Visit: October to February

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Located along the western coast of India, Goa is commonly known as the Rome of the East, and is further categorised into North and South Goa. Exuding a deep-rooted Portuguese culture, age-old traditions, rich heritage and immense beauty, North Goa is also home to some of the most pristine beaches in India, such as Anjuna and Calangute. 

From scenic beaches, to luxury hotels, resorts, quaint cafes and bistros, to fine dining restaurants, as well as a wide array of water sports, adventure activities, clubs and more, there is nothing more that you will need on your visit to North Goa. 

North Goa is also amongst the most popular party hotspots in the region, known for its amazing beach parties, pubs, festivities, and carnivals. In addition to historic places of attraction, like Fort Aguada, Chapora Fort and Anjuna Market, you can also find several adventure activities to indulge in during your stay here. Some of these include spice plantation tours, sunset boat cruises, trekking, parasailing and scuba diving, among others. 

For others, there are several flea markets and boutiques where you can enjoy some retail therapy and shop for unique things. North Goa has something for everyone, and is a place that you will keep wanting to come back to.

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South Goa is a complete blend of historical churches and temples, exotic and sandy beaches, glimpses of Portuguese architecture, delicious seafood, and an undisputable romantic vibe. It is a place that will make you feel a different shade with its popular tourist attractions. The place is a complete paradise for visitors who are fond of leisurely walks at the beaches and are in search of peace. 

You must take out some time from your busy schedule and visit South Goa to have a chill and relaxing vacation. The exotic dolphin sighting at the Butterfly Beach, ayurvedic massage at Palolem Beach, and the full-moon parties at the Colva Beach are some of the exhilarating things to do in South Goa. 

The mouth-watering local dishes and international cuisines at South Goa are a must-try for every individual. Both the interiors and exteriors of the restaurant lining the beaches of South Goa provide a perfect getaway for a date night with your loved ones. The thrilling water sports like kayaking, snorkeling, and scuba diving are some of the exemplary activities for adventure lovers. Therefore, Goa has everything to suit the interests of all age groups.

So, pick up your bags and get ready for an electrifying experience at the heart of South Goa.

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Panjim, also known as Panaji, is the capital city of India’s beach paradise Goa. Situated on the southern left banks of the serene Mandovi River, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Goa. Characterised by a cluster of rolling terraced hills and the Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church overlooking the city, Panjim is a small, but fascinating city that displays the unique blend of the ancient times with the present. 

The old tiled-roof buildings, tree-lined avenues and age-old bridges in Panjim speak of its rich Portuguese past and its influences. Considered to be one of the most beautiful state capitals, this city is known for its scenic beaches, colonial structures, floating casinos, as well as immense natural beauty. 

A visit to Panjim is guaranteed to be memorable, with the yellow-red-blue painted buildings dotting the streets that you can explore on a bike or on foot. From taking a walk on the stunning Miramar Beach surrounded with palm groves, to walking through mangrove forests in the Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Panjim has a lot of places of attraction for you to explore. From local flea markets like the Anjuna Market, to ancient churches and structures like the Reis Magos Fort and Fort Aguada, as well as pristine beaches like Vagator and Dona Paula, Panjim is a treasure trove of sightseeing attractions. 

There is no dearth of things to do in Panjim as well. The city is one of the best places in all of Goa to indulge in a wide array of water sports and activities, including surfing, scuba diving, parasailing and boating, among others. Besides that, wildlife tours, heritage walks, shopping, as well as gorging on delicious local Goan delicacies are some of the best things to do in Panjim.

Known for its typical subtropical climate, Panjim, like the rest of Goa, experiences rather hot weather conditions all through the year. The days here are long and sunny, while the nights are pleasant, with a cool sea breeze blowing around. The summers here, from March to May, are extremely humid, followed by the rainy season till early September, which are the wettest months of the year. October onwards, until February, are the best months to visit Panjim, since the weather during this time is ideal for sightseeing, water sports and beach activities.

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Old Goa

Old Goa, also fondly referred to as Velha Goa comprises of a deeply historic portion of Goa. The city located in the Northern region of the state was originally constructed by the Bijapur Sultanate that can be dated back to the 15th century. In fact, this place was so popular that it served as the capital of the Portuguese India from the time they ruled in the 16th century till the end of the 18th century. Unfortunately, plague struck back then and much of it was remained to be in ruins. However, whatever does exist holds great value and is also considered to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The formation of the name, Old Goa can be traced back to the 1960’s. One could find simplistic rural life in this place. Much can be accredited to the Portuguese as it is only after their arrival and consequent departure that this city gained tremendous popularity.

The beauty and richness of this ancient city reflects so much power that a Dutch visitor once compared it with Amsterdam. Old Goa of today is located approximately 9 kilometers east of Panaji. This city is filled with churches, convents, monuments, forts and a kind of very relaxing scenario.

There are a range of activities that Old Goa offers to its visitors. The night-life is quite soothing and relaxing as well. Old Goa – on the contrary to the wide belief of Goa being the party hub of India – is the perfect getaway for those looking for a solace and calming time out of their busy, bustling city – life schedule.

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Candolim promises to be a fun-filled sojourn on your visit to Goa. Located in Bardez Taluka of North Goa, which is a popular tourist attraction, Candolim is a one-stop shop for visitors due to the large number of clubs and parties held here. Besides the happening streets, Candolim also houses the largest beach in Goa, making it one of the most happening spots in Goa. 

The Candolim beach, which is a 5 km white sand jewel, offers numerous water adventure sports to adrenaline enthusiasts. Bask in the Sun or walk by the sea as the pristine waters at Candolim touch your feet. Candolim also offers visitors a chance to relish the exotic Goan cuisine by the beachside as the region is dotted with several multi cuisine food joints and shacks, offering you an opportunity to sip a drink while staring at the horizon.

Located near the popular beaches like Baga and Calangute, Candolim offers an ideal blend of privacy and frenzy in the beach city. The region is also dotted with several luxurious hotels and guesthouses, allowing you to choose your ideal accommodation. Immerse yourself in the views of the setting Sun and prepare yourself for a happening evening as Candolim promises to make your trip to Goa memorable. 

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This beach has won the hearts of tourists for its tranquil ambience, adventure sports and other amusement options. The enchanting Candolim Beach is particularly famous for its nightlife which ensures fun and some crazy moments to remember for a lifetime. Interesting adventure sports, spellbinding scenery and a unique festivity makes Candolim Beach one of the best beaches in Goa.

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“Untouched and Unexploited”  are words which perfectly describe this beach. Here, one can indulge in an unusual experience away from the chaotic cities as, it is not at all crowded. The cool sea breeze blended with extraordinary scenic views adorns the elegance of the beach.

The serenity in the aura of the beach is perfect to rediscover oneself and, refreshes the mind and soul. Endless river, panoramic scenes, and aqua activities can all be witnessed at once at this impressive beach.

Distance from Panjim Bus Stand:
Approximately 7.8 km

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Exuberant extravaganza of Birds” is what you will find here. Spreading over almost 2 km this bewitching Bird Sanctuary is the smallest wildlife sanctuary with variants of avian fauna and, is one of the most captivating places to visit in Panjim.

Truly the Paradise for the bird watchers as this place has countless varieties of birds and, to add up to the amusement here, one can also spot crocodiles and jackals.
Apart for the easily spotted birds here, one can also find coots and pintails which are mainly the winter birds and cannot be seen everywhere.

The place gives an entirely new dimension to birdwatching as it has a three-storeyed massive building which is built only for this purpose. From here you can take a glance at all the types of birds and, explore the eye-popping flashes with vibrant colors.

Chorao Island, Ilhas, Ribandar, Goa 403006

6:00 AM- 6:00 PM

Entry Fees:
Rs. 10/- for Indians
                    Rs. 100/- for foreigners
                    Rs. 25/- for still camera
                    Rs. 150/- per camcorder

Distance from Panjim Bus Stand:
Approximately 4.8 km

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Baga Beach in Goa looks as though it has come straight out of a work of art. Lofty white waves hurrying to wipe out the prints of feet left by you on the white sand while the breeze keeps on playing with the palm trees is a sight to behold at this majestic beach in Goa. It is a decent place to appreciate some moments and abide in a serene consideration with oneself. It is counted as one of the best beaches in Goa where you can see wonderful.

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Another amazing casino life could be experienced at Casino Pride (Majestic Pride) which has its anchor tied down in Mandovi river. The casino boat has the best of the facilities and services having well-trained staff, delicious meals and a good range of drinks making it one of the best places to visit in North Goa in 1 day.

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This relatively unexploited beach is becoming a buzzing North Goa places to visit. The place occupies a tiny semicircular bay on the high northern end of Palolem beach and the most astounding feature is that you can spot millions of butterflies flying over the hilltop blossoms. The golden sands against the warm blue water create postcard perfect location with palm trees and scores of butterflies.

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Owned by the Goa government, the Reis Magos Fort is among the popular ancient monuments in Goa. The 400 year old fort, constructed in the year 1551 happens to be one of the oldest forts in Goa. It is believed that the name of the fort was laid after three men from the Bible. Today, the fort falls under the ownership of the Goa government and finds itself on the list of Goa ancient monuments. It has been fully restored and serves as a heritage centre in the town. 

What started as a defence fortress, this fort has served multiple uses as a jail and then a hospital. Back in 1993, the fort was completely abandoned and left to perish in a neglected state. After being renovated, the fort was opened to the general public in the year 2012. 
At present, the fort serves under a guided vision and mission to promote cultural heritage in Goa. This is why, it has also become a centre for displaying numerous exhibitions, fairs, festivals and educational events. 

The fort is built in a typical fusion style of architecture, combining Hindu and Portuguese styles. It is known that the altitude of the fort gives a splendid view of the surrounding sea and landscape of Goa. 
It is also home to several artefacts, including 7 guns from the Portuguese era. The place is well connected with major railways stations, including Karmali, Verna, and Vasco da Gama. One can also get here by plane through the Dabolim airport.

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Rich in history and heritage, Korlai Fort is one of the most majestic destinations in Goa. The fort overlooks the vast blue expanse of the Arabian Sea, and offers a stunning view of the gorgeous scenery all around. A haven for nature lovers and history buffs, this fort is an unmissable tourist spot in the state of Goa. The Korlai fort once used to be an elaborate military fortification, and it was occupied by the Portuguese during the 16th century.

It was originally built as an extension of the island in 1521, and it was used as a shield against the Revdanda creek inlet. In those times, this small piece of land was known as Morro De Chaul. The name comes from Morro, which refers to a small hill, and Chaul which was then used to refer to a village nearby whose residents spoke Portuguese-Creolo (also known as the Kristi dialect).

The fort is now in ruins mostly, but once it was considered a majestic property. Nonetheless, the history and heritage of the Korlai Fort still stands untarnished. In its golden era, the fort was rumoured to have the capacity to house nearly 7000 horses and just as many men. The fort enjoyed a strategic location during invasion primarily due to its geography.

There are many reasons why the enemy forces found it difficult to penetrate this fort - for one, it is located on the slopes of a hill which would require the enemy soldiers to climb a steep slope. Second, the fort houses a tall lighthouse which allowed the residents to see any enemies approaching. Lastly, it has 11, huge gates which were all heavily guarded. 
Spread over a length of 2828 feet and the breadth of 89 feet, the fort almost looks like a community of its own now, and offers some of the most magnificent glimpses of the creek. Whether you are a history nerd or simply appreciate nature in all its wild forms, Korlai Fort is definitely worth checking out.

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Situated in the tranquil vicinity of south Goa, Utorda beach is popular as one of the cleanest, gorgeous beachside in the area. One of the lesser-known beachfronts, Utorda is visited by a selective number of tourists every year who come to the location to unwind and rejuvenate themselves. 

Home to some of the finest beachside resorts and spas, Utorda offers several interesting seaside activities such as dolphin boat trips, fishing, cycling, water skiing, and windsurfing. Located close to Majorda beach, Utorda also offers a list of remarkable sites to visit including but not limited to Mother of God Church, Three Kings Chapel, Indian Naval Aviation Museum, and Milsim Goa Paintball. 

The beach is also within close distance to Dabolim International Airport and Madgaon Railway Station which makes it easily accessible from every part of India as well as other countries in the world. Home to the striking sandy beach shores dotted with swaying palm trees, Utorda is an amazing choice for a leisure vacation.
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Aguada is a Portuguese word which means “Water" so basically this Fort was renowned as the biggest water reservoir in Asia. As you will visit the campus of  Aguada Fort you can easily remember the scenes by several Bollywood movies which were shot here. You will be amused by the beauty of this place.You can witness the endless sea, a beautiful lighthouse and an amazing fort which altogether will give you feel of a perfect landscape.

This fort was built by the Portuguese rulers and has beautiful Italian design carved on the walls. You can see a  massive reservoir and a huge bell there. The Fort has a glorious history and is seen as an important part of Nation as it stands holding the pride and conveying its significance to the generations. You can also see the gunpowder room in the upper fort and it is said that earlier there were 200 cannons installed for the defence of locals.

Its brilliant architecture as well as the breath-taking views it offers of the Arabian Sea collectively make it a top tourist fascination in the region. It is also a great spot to watch sunsets while in the Party Capital of India.
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The Mapusa Market, situated on the beaches of Goa, is a unique flea market famous for its trade, variety of products, and low prices. The scope of products available in this market is unbelievable. 

Everything ranging from ancient artifacts and antiques to finished textiles, local pottery items, handicrafts, rare fabrics, exotic spices, meats, vegetables, precious stones, and jewelry can be found in this lively market.

The market with all of its vibrancy and hustle is a significant attraction for both locals and tourists. A distinct feature of the Mapusa Market is that every Friday, the local merchants, traders, artists, farmers, and artisans showcase their products and handiwork. 

This draws crowd of people towards the market. All items showcased on this day are fresh and brand-new. Friday is also the day when the objects sold can be bought at meager prices as there is no middleman price involved. 

The flea market is also an excellent place to practice haggling and bargaining. People come here to get discounts on all kinds of fabrics and finished items of clothing. 

A hub for fashion enthusiasts, the market is always awash with both trendy and traditional attire. The market is also a paradise sent buffet for food-lovers.

The Indian bazaar is still covered with the fragrance of the exotic and local spices as well as with the flavorsome aroma wafting from local street food-joints.

The shopkeepers of this market have genuinely learned to identify the needs and desires of humans and the means to produce merchandise that can fully cater to them.

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Deltin Casino is Asia’s largest floating casino and is the ultimate destination for thrill-seekers, casino-enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies. The Deltin Casino is the largest, most luxurious floating casino in all of Asia, and can be found on the Mandovi River in Goa- the party capital of the country. The place buzzes with live entertainment and an incredible offering of over 970 games. Another attractive feature of the Deltin Royale Casino, apart from its vast gaming floor, of course, is its multi-cuisine in-house restaurant where you can enjoy world-class fine-dining food and drinks, prepared by renowned national and international chefs. 

Guests can enjoy a wide range of dishes and cuisines from the buffet dinner which comes with unlimited beverages and cocktails in the Vegas Restaurant, which is famous for its fine dining experience. You can also unwind at The Sky Bar & Whisky Lounge, from where you can get incredible views of the ocean and the beaches of Goa, as well as an impressive selection of cocktails. The Deltin Royale Casino is a literal paradise for all those who are interested in casino games. 

It is frequented by people from all over the world every day that it is open, making the energy and vibe of the place as exciting as the games themselves. It is also a wonderful place to meet new people and make new memories as you try your hand at various games that might just win you a fortune.
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Goa, known for its exotic party life, has a lot more in store than beaches. Right from panthers to Indian venomous snakes, Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary manages to shelter almost every common and rare species. One of the unexplored sights of India, this place is set up to protect and conserve the wildlife.

Step into the prized possessions of Goa, the sanctuary resides in the Western Ghats, and is spread over a vast area of 208 km2 near the village of Valpoi.

Mhadei holds many feathers in its hat. Due to the unique range of birds housing in this area, it was declared as an International Bird Area. Moreover, several Bengali tigers were recently spotted in the Sanctuary’s premises. It led to a proposal of making it into a ‘Project Tiger’ reserve.

Besides, Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a staggering range of flora and fauna. From the blossoming flowers of Ashoka tree to the Indian venomous snakes, this place has a lot to offer.

Explore the wildlife sanctuary during the day time and get in touch with nature. Maintaining a safe distance from the animals, you can learn more about them from the professional guides.

 Moreover, indulge in watersport activities like white water rafting, trekking at nearby suggested trails. A tip, keep your camera ready for some Insta-worthy photos!

Here is a rundown of the details you must know before planning your trip to this beautiful marvel!

History of Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary - 

After the official declaration of wildlife preserve came in 1999, Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary was accounted as a recent addition to the wildlife sanctuaries. Due to its formation, Goa became the only state of India to protect the Western Ghats that are located within its boundaries. The Western Ghats houses a staggering range of flora and fauna.

Flora and Fauna at Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary – 

The biodiversity of the Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary is staggering. Its 208.5 km2 covers a major part of Western Ghats. The different and sometimes dangerous, species of the Mhadei are endlessly fascinating
The most-varied biological reservoir, the sanctuary contains several species of insects, plants, birds, snakes, and other forms of life. On the contrary, it is one of the least-explored sanctuaries in India.

Flora – The trees amidst the sanctuary are massive and full of nutrients. Moist forests of Mhadei contains deciduous vegetation and some evergreen species. The presence of the flora amongst the sanctuary is a significant part of Western Ghats, as they influence Indian monsoon weather patterns.

Here, you can spot an evergreen variety of the Ashoka tree which blossoms with distinct saffron-coloured flowers. Also, sheltering under the Western Ghats, Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary confines of several endemic and rare vegetation. You will come across many endemic orchids too.

Fauna –
 Away from the hustle-bustle of the city, Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary is a safe repository of animal life. Some animals can be seen within the sanctuary, some rarely, whilst others are commonly seen. 

The rare animals you can spot here are Black Panther, Sloth bear, Giant squirrel, Mouse deer, Dhole or Asian wild dog, and much more. Whereas, you can easily notice Sambar deer, Indian hare, Ruddy mongoose, Black-faced langur, and whatnot.

Apart from animals, Mhadei is home to more than 255 species of birds. The place is lively because of some unique birds like the Nilgiri wood-pigeon, Malabar parakeet, Malabar grey hornbill, Grey-headed Bulbul, etc.

Also, these birds are the reason behind the declaration of Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary as an International Bird area. The results even show that 53 out of 255 species breed in the sanctuary.

What’s less known is the fact that the Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary – contains a large variety of snakes and amphibians. 

You can easily spot the ‘big four’ of Indian venomous snakes like Indian krait, Russell’s viper, Saw-scaled viper, and Spectacled cobra. Whereas, the amphibians include the endangered Marbled ramanella, Maharashtra bush frog, Malabar gliding frogs, and much more.
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The coolest water-theme park in Goa, Splashdown features five pools, an array of slides, flumes, and other exciting features. You will find some activity for all age groups, a few rides mild and some for people with a strong heart. Relive the fun child in you as you glide down the water slides. 

The park wasn’t built overnight because it is not merely a water park but was designed after re-examining each step to provide you with a revitalizing experience.

Your fun and excitement aren’t complete if you do not dive into pools or slide down rides such as Zoom Flume and Awesome3some. Splashdown is one such park where adventure meets fun, and the freedom unleashes the child in you, forget all your worries. 

Splashdown boasts of four-storeyed rides, leisure pools, cannonball slides, lazy rivers, adventure walks, and many more. You can also stay at the park’s resort and use a season pass to let you spend a luxurious vacation within Splashdown. Besides, you can have fun with your family and friends at the park’s Big Kahuna Beach. 

The park is one of the most coveted tourist destinations in Goa for all water babies in the world. Just choose your partner to shake your legs to the beats of foot-tapping and peppy dance numbers. Spend some special moments with your loved ones, enjoying fun-filled rides and treasuring these memories forever. 

Whether it is a vacation, friends get together, birthday bash, festival, corporate meeting, school outing, or college reunion, Splashdown is the place to be. Do not forget to savor the finger-licking combo meals at the park’s BBQ food joints, pizza corners, cafes, and bars.

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Away from the hustle-bustle of city life resides a Shiroda beach occupied with a soothing atmosphere, an array of fun activities and tons of watersports, perfect for a weekend getaway trip. Found in the Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra, this beach is a favorite among tourists for its long stretch of endless shore and sunny yet gentle aura.  

Water sports at the beach especially jet skiing, paragliding, having a joyous bath in the ocean and parasailing are very much relished by the tourists. Additionally, even at peak hours, the beach is thronged with just a few visitors making it perfect for travelers to enjoy a peaceful time and the mesmerizing sunset. Also, the beach is embedded with a sting of restaurants and shacks. They are particularly famous for their delicious dishes and alcoholic beverages and their close proximity to the beach also makes them a good place to relax and rejoice. 

Additionally, the beach is couple and family-friendly allowing them to enjoy a great time and indulge in various activities together.  All in all, if you are a backpacker or a family holiday maker looking for a reason to get away from the daily tiresome life, Shiroda Beach is the location for you.

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One of the most popular casino hotels in India, Deltin Jaqk is a gamers’ paradise. Sprawling across an area of more than 12,000 square feet, this luxurious place is set amidst the serenity of Panjim, Goa.  The 5-star hotel attracts amateur as well as professional casino players from all over the world to try their hand at the jackpot. The Deltin Jaqk casino encompasses unique and exclusive stay and play packages for all its customers.

If you are a beginner, there is a special learning table for you to understand the play before you step into the real game. As for our experts, they can choose from numerous play options, such as, American Roulette, Indian Flush, Slot Machines, Baccarat, 5 Card Poker, and Casino War. There are 50 tables and 30 slot machines that are distributed in three gaming floors. The casino also offers unlimited buffets and drinks in-between the plays. 
Apart from the casino, this place also provides an opulent stay in one of its exceptional suites. The 286 square meter rooms are enriched with a warm decor style featuring hues of yellow and brown. 

Additionally, the rooms also have a private bathroom, a courtyard, and a swimming pool. 
There are numerous other world-class services rendered by this beautiful hotel. From bar-hopping, having a fine-dine experience at the hotel’s restaurant, walk near the Candolim Beach, and breathtaking entertainment, including, live performances and dance shows, this mesmerizing hotel is an absolute dream. But all this aside, the best part of the hotel is the beautiful casino. Whether you are just starting out, or a professional player, we highly recommend checking out this space for an unforgettable, unparalleled experience.

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The Baina Beach is one of the most sought after beaches in Goa located near Vasco Da Gama. The place fairly boasts of its sandy beaches, earliest churches, mixed culture and a stunning panorama across the Arabian Sea. Although a popular tourist site, the beach is known for its tranquil environment and arresting natural beauty. It is one of the safest beaches in Goa for the beach bums where they can enjoy basking in the sun. 

Baina beach is the first beach in Goa to facilitate underwater sea walking to the tourists. It is a great hideout for those who want to enjoy swimming in the crystal sea water or try some adrenaline-charged water sports such as kayaking, jet-skiing, parasailing, Dolphin Safari, and snorkeling. The beachfront resorts in and around this shore offer deluxe accommodation to the tourists who want to spend their vacation in luxury and style.

There are also shacks, pubs, casinos and discos at the beach where you can witness the nightlife in Goa in its true colours. So, before you head for an unforgettable journey to Baina Beach we have provided the essential details of the place with some valuable travel tips.
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Newly Added Goa Experience
12 April 2019
Simply WOW!! Quite a thrillophilic journey with immensely warm hospitality, perfect planned schedules and of course amazing travel. As planned we were picked up @7 in the morning and were taken to the falls which happens to be around 100 kms. Bus they provide are very comfortable and AC will also be sufficient to beat the heat of sultry Goa. We also covered a landmark church of Goa enroute. They will give you around 15 20 mins to get that holy feel. Once we reached the venue we were given time to have breakfast, meanwhile the guide arranged tickets for the whole group and settled us up in the bolero which takes you from there further. It was again a Splendid journey of 45 mins through mahavir national park where you will cross several streams also. Pure off roading and adventurous experience. From the parking u have to walk for 5 mins to finally reach the destination which, you undoubtedly will feel deserving enough to have travelled for. Such a sublime scene and cool clear water with fishes around you will quench all the tiredness you might have had after traveelinh to several beaches. You get around 1.5 hours in total after final parking out of which for bathing you will get around 45 mins. Caution : please travel with good non slippery shoes as the rocks are too slippery and carelessness might get fatal. No worries though, you wont drown as they will provide you with life jackets so a good news for non swimmers. Post bath again you will be taken back and be served with complimentary lunch in goan style which is quite palatable. Then a short spice plantation tour followed by a return drop to the reapective pick up points. The trip will end in North Goa around 6 evening. ps : If you have time on your goa trip, do visit this place and thrillophilia is definitely a good option to consider coz it will wave off your trip organisational headache.
03 February 2020
Superb cycling experience, it was just the 3 of us including the guide and we were able to complete the trip real fast. The bird sanctuary is where we took most of the pics. We went off road through the forest area as well and we could find the railway lines located there. Couple of steep ups and downs which made cycling challenging. The total distance would be 30 kms. Best I've ever cycled
An unforgettable experience for me. For the first time got a chance to get into snorkeling and see the marine life. Thanks alot guys for an amazing experience.
12 December 2015
Garud Desai North Goa Sightseeing
A well planned and executed sightseeing trip. Good for family tourists like us. We visited some of the famous beaches and churches of Goa. It was nice experience overall.
06 December 2019
Arvind Yadav Sunset Cruise in Goa
Goa is famous for its beaches and its parties but amid all the chaos of Goa, this is one soul-soothing experience. This a must-do activity and should be part of any goa itinerary. A 01-hour long cruise journey will give you immense memories.
07 March 2021
Very Good
Overall experience was good Ambience was Owesome 10/10 Location was good 6/10 Fod was ok 4/10
06 March 2021
Very Good
Overall experience was good. Ambience was great and romantic 10/10 Location was good 7/10 Food was ok ok 4/10
18 February 2021
Abeer Arsiwala Cycling at Chorao Island
Had an amazing morning with the best people! Rohan and his team are amazing hosts and if you are looking to cycle along scenic views and connect with some good folks- you should definitely try this!
"good trip....dudhsagar was good, lunch provided was too good, spice plantation was not that good as I come from kerala all are same spices what i see at home, so was not that great for me.... overall its a good experience.. "
"here's the review of scuba diving \n"

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