Goa is one of the prominent and important places of India which is world acclaimed and acknowledge for its wonderful beaches, palm trees, hills, seashore, fish village, the carnivals and Christmas celebration, for which people want for the entire year to come. Goa is the city which got its modernity after the arrival of Portuguese who made various buildings and various other residences which have now became the tourists’ destinations of Goa. in Goa one can see places like:
These caves originated in the 6th century which is linked with Pandava. The cave was one the place of Pandavas who come here after they get exiled for 12 years. The place is well connected to road where visitors can easily go and enjoy the place.
Banastarim is also known for the Meta Bridge which has important link to the Tiswadi and Ponda taluka as well as to the Mondovi River. The bridge is situated 16km away from Panjam and is known for the markets.
Boca De Vaca Spring
Earlier it was known as major source of water supply, where the water was supplied to local people of the city. This Boca De Vaca Spring is located next to the Mahalaxmi temple. Moreover, this spring is one of the two springs that exist in Panaji Goa which is structured as per Portuguese patterns. The spring is perfectly decorated with make is beautiful.
British Cemetery in Goa
British Cemetery in Goa is one odf the famous destinations which was in between 1799-1813. It is considered to be more than history of 180 years which has 56grave stones and 47 tombstones. The place is well connected to road where people can easily reach there.
The Budbudyanchi Tali is a sacred tank of bubbles attached to the Gopinath temple where one can see the con tiniues bubble rise. Bomadyanchi Talli is located in Netravali in the Sanguem taluka which is perfectly connected to roads where one can safy reach and experience the wander of the temple. Moreover, near this temple one huge box shaped laterite pedestal at the centre of the tank.
Cabo De Rama
Cabo de Rama is situated 16 km north of Agonda which was originally built by Hindu and rebuilt in Portguses in 1763. The place is also known as The Cape of Rama, which is known from epic Ramayana hero. It is being believed that Lord Rama stayed here after his exile from Ajodhya.
Cabo Raj Bhavan / Governors Palace
The palace is built in 1540 which has history of 500 years. The place is situated at the end of a narrow cape and the Bhavan also known as the Governor's Palace. The place was once the official residence of the governor of Goa.