Excursions from Goa

Excursions from Goa
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Goa being a tourist hotspot, excursions from Goa is very popular, as several of them are conducted from the major cities in Goa to reputed destinations within Goa by both local and government.

A list of places of interest from the main cities of Goa is given below:

From Panaji:
Dona Paula Bay7 kms
Old Goa (with its Basilica of Bom Jesus,Se Cathedral, Archaeological Museum10 kms and other churches)
Mangueshi Temple22 kms
Shantadura Temple33 kms
Calangute 16 kms
Baga Beach18 kms

From Mapusa:
Beaches of Calangute8 kms
Baga10 kms
Arambol/Harmal 31 kms
Anjuna 8 kms
Vagator 9 kms
Mandrem 30 kms
Temples of Shri Dutta & Shri Vithal at Sanguelim25 kms
Temple of Sapta Koteshwar at Narve 24 kms
Temple of Kalikadevi at Kansarpal14 kms
Church of Mae de deus at Saligao10 kms
Church at Monte de Guiri2 kms
Mayem Lake 21 kms
Arvalem Waterfalls 29 kms
Terekhol Fort30 kms

From Margao:
Beaches of Colva 6 kms
Benaulim 8 kms
Majorda8 kms
Varca10 kms
Cavelossim 15 kms
Mobor18 kms
Betul16 kms
Agonda 40 kms
Palolem47 kms
Cabo de Rama 21 kms
Ranchol Seminary 8 kms
Shree Damodar Temple at Zambaulim22 kms
Shree Shantadurga Temple at Fatorda18 kms
Cotigao Wild Life Sanctuary33 kms
Dudhsagar Waterfalls 59 kms (by train)

From Vasco:
Margao Harbour3 kms
Bogmalo Beach9 kms
St.Jacinto Island7 kms
Velsao Beach10 kms
Kesarval Springs15 kms
Pilar Seminary19 kms

From Ponda:
Bondla wildlife,
Molem wildlife

Last Updated on : 22/06/2013

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