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On India’s western coast, there is a small state by the name of Goa. It is regarded as the 25th State in the Union of States of India after being freed from Portuguese sovereignty in 1961. It separated into a separate state on May 30, 1987.
Goa’s northern boundary is established by Maharashtra, its eastern and southern boundaries by Karnataka, and its western coast by the Arabian Sea. It is also regarded as the richest state in India. Vasco da Gama is Goa’s largest city, and Panaji is its capital. Margao is regarded as Goa’s historic capital.

North Goa Tour

Sinquerim Beach

The scintillating Sinquerim beach is an excellent shoreline that has a fabulous extend of sand and it is also one of the best North goa places to visit.

Anjuna Beach

The beach is famous for its stunning ambience arraying with swaying palms trees and is marked by an unusual rocky formation overlying a cove of white sand and black rock that juts out in the sea. The Anjuna beach in Goa is one of the beaches in goa that fetches a crowd of hippies from all around the world. 

Baga Beach 

Baga Beach is famous for its nightlife activities as it homes to some entertaining beach side bars and night clubs. Here you will find many travellers engaged in partying all night. In daylight the beach is known for its never ending water experience, sunbathing and soaking up in the live atmosphere. 

Fort Aguada 

Fort aguada is a well preserved seventeenth century portuguese fort along with a light house, standing in goa, india, on Sinquerim beach overlooking the Arabian sea. It is an ASI protected monument of national importance in goa.

Saligao Church

Stark, stern and yet with a glamorous charm all its own, Mae de Deus or Mother of God Church is a breath taking site. Situated amidst picturesque surroundings of the typical Goa countryside, this church at Saligao which is situated in the Bardez taluka was built in 1873. It is amongst the finest in the gothic style and is attractively illuminated at night. 
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