One of the most spectacular beaches in South Goa, Palolem welcomes you to its golden sand and spellbinding scenic views. Dotted with vibrant beach shacks and swaying palm trees, the place exudes a chilled-out party vibe.
Located in the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park, this picturesque falls forms the border between Goa and Karnataka. The word Dudhsagar literally means ‘the sea of milk’
Big Foot is an off-beat museum in South Goa, one with a lot of difference.The 14-meter high Sant Mirabai sculpture, which apparently is the largest laterite sculpture in the country, is another attraction of the museum.
One of the popular places to visit in South Goa with family and kids, this museum exhibits huge machines and artifacts related to the evolution of naval aviation in the country.
Counted amongst the oldest forts in Goa, Cabo de Rama boasts of a rich past and has many legends associated with it. One such legend states that Lord Rama and his wife Sita had stayed at this fort during their exile from Ayodhya.
Dating back to more than 450 years, this ancient temple exemplifies the Indo-Portuguese architectural style.The Shanta Durga Temple is dedicated to the worship of Goddess Durga as a mediator between Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu.
Butterfly Beach is truly a hidden gem in South Goa.You will have to take a boat ride to reach this beach as the land route demands you to undergo a challenging hike through the forest.
Colva is a hot favorite among the families and couples heading towards South Goa for a wonderful holiday. While adventure freaks can have a great time indulging in a number of water-based activities, those looking for sunbathing
A lesser-known beach in the southern region, Agonda is beauty at its best form. The pristine shoreline of this beach is peppered with pretty cottages and shacks. Casuarinas and palms further add to its splendid beauty.