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A tiny emerald land on the west coast of India, with its natural scenic beauty, attractive beaches, churches and temples, famous for it's architecture, feasts and festivals and above all hospitable people with a rich cultural milieu, has an ideal tourist profile. Econced on the slopes of the Western ghats, Goa is bounded on the North by Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra, on the East by Belgaum, on the South by Karwar Districts of Karnataka, and on the west by Arabian Sea.

Its rivers - Tiracol, Chapora, Mandovi, Zuari, Sal and Talpona, which are navigable throughout the year, have their origin in the Sahyadri ranges and flow westward into the Arabian sea 60kms. away, breaking the long coastline covering a length of 105Kms. into the enchanting estuaries and bays which mark off idyllic palm-fringed beaches like - Arambol, Vagator, Anjuna, Baga and Calangute in the North, and Colva, Cavelosim, Betul and Palolem in the South.

Tourist Attractions of Goa

Panaji, the Capital of Goa

The capital of Goa lies on the banks of the Mandovi estuary, in the district of North Goa. Panaji means 'the land that does not flood'. Panaji has some beautiful Portuguese Baroque style buildings. The riverside too offers a fine view.

Churches of Old Goa

The churches at old Goa largely reflect European architectural styles as majority of these churches were built during the Portuguese regime in India.

Colva Beach and Benaulim Beach

Colva Beach is the longest beach in Goa with its splendid scenery or the guests can simply relax and enjoy snacks at Benaulim Beach.

Sahakari Spice Farms

Sahakari Spice Farm is situated amidst lush green surroundings at Curti. Located in The taluka of Ponda, the farm is extremely popular for its rich cultural heritage.
Dudhsagar Waterfalls

Dudhsagar waterfalls situated at a distance of 51 km from hotel. It is amongst the top 100 highest waterfalls in the world..