Dudhsagar Waterfall in Goa
The Dudhsagar falls in Goa (the ocean of mik as it is often called) is one spectacular sight that you will not want to miss if you are in a vacation to Goa.The white curtain of water that plunges down 2000 feet into the rugged valley and said to be one of the highest waterfalls in India attracts a steady inflow of visitors every year, from the coast to the rugged Western ghats. Sight seeing in Goa can never be complete without visiting these falls.
Aguada Fort Goa
the Aguada Fort derives its name from the freshwater (agua) fountains that are incorporated within the confines the of the fort. Aguada Fort is not a stupendous structure but act as the major tourist draw. The construction of this fort can be traced back to 1612, but the fort is one of the best preserved monuments that bear testimony to the Portuguese stronghold in this part of India.
The construction of Aguada Fort was a prompted by the necessity of screening Goa against the Dutch and the Maratha invasion. The upper ramparts of the fort enable the visitors to enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
Basilica of Bom Jesus Goa
Basilica of Bom Jesus, Goa, is the most well known Church of Goa. This church is situated in Old Goa. Numbers of people visit this Church. This church has great significance among the Christian community of the World. This church is 16th century architecture and it is the first Minor Basilica in India.
Banana Boat Rides Goa
Tourists coming to Goa can enjoy an extensive array of water sports that this place has to offer. You would indeed be spoilt for choices when it comes to having a pick from amongst the list of Water Sports in Goa. Sailing, water surfing, parasailing, fishing, windsurfing, scuba diving and dinghy sailing are some of the famous Water Sports of Goa. However, nothing would match the fun of Banana Boat Rides in Goa.