Colva Beach

Colva Beach

Colva beach stretches for around 2.4 km, part of a beach consisting of about 25 km of powder white sand, lined along its shore by coconut palms, and extending as far as Bogmalo Beach to the north and Cabo de rama Beach to the South

Arambol Beach

Arambol Beach

The newest beach developed in Goa, Arambol Beach is a part of a fisherman’s village, and attracts a number of tourists across the year. Arambol Beach is considered to be the most beautiful beaches in Goa, and borders the Mandrem Beach and Keri Beach on

Dona Paula

Dona Paula

Dona Paula beach is located just about 7-km from Panaji. This place is called the Lovers Paradise in Goa, named after Dona Paula de Menezes. A myth has been attached to this place and according one legend the Viceroy’s daughter after facing objections from her

Divar Island

Divar Island

The beautiful Divar Island that is rarely visited is situated across the Mandovi River from Old Goa. A ferry connects the southern end of the island with Old Goa. The ferry wharf is situated near the Viceroy’s Arch at Old Goa. Another ferry links the

Butterfly Beach

Butterfly Beach

A little to the south of Palolem in Cancona region of Goa lies the Butterfly Beach. This beach, also known as Honeymoon Beach, is in the form of a small cove surrounded by dense trees. One of the most secluded and lesser-known beach of Goa,

Chapora Fort

Chapora Fort

Chapora Fort, located at the northern side of Goa, is famously called Dil Chahta Hai Fort. You can relive those moments by visiting it yourself. This fort overlooks the Chapora river and and is only 700 meters away from Vagator Beach. So, whenever you are

Fort Aguada

Fort Aguada

The Fort Aguada is one of the largest and impressive forts preserved as one of the best known landmarks in Goan history. Its prominence has grown from the fact that its headland on which it is built offers a wonderful site for military architects due

Calangute Beach

Calangute Beach

Dubbed the Queen of Beaches, Calangute Beach is unarguably one of the most popular beaches in Goa. It is also the busiest beach in North Goa with restaurants, shacks, and clubs fringing it. Calangute is also quite popular amongst adventurers as it has a number

Anjuna Beach

Anjuna Beach

The Anjuna beach in Goa is known for its full-moon (acid house) parties. Held for and by young tourists, these parties have attracted thousands of tourists. The trance party with dance, frolic, and merriment goes all night besides the fire. It is just the right

Dudhsagar Falls

Dudhsagar Falls

Dudhsagar Falls of Goa is a majestic waterfall where the white water gushing through the steep and vertical face of the mountain portrays a cascading effect. Standing as tall as 310 metres, it makes sure to stand in the list of tallest waterfalls in India. 

Glow Lake

Glow Lake

There are numerous water bodies in Kamlang Sanctuary, and the most pristine amongst them is Glow Lake. 20 kilometers from Wakro, Glow Lake covers an area of 8 square kilometers and with a circumference of about 4–5 kilometers. The lake is accessible only by trekking.

Pankang Teng Tso Lake

Pankang Teng Tso Lake

Pankang Teng Tso Lake is another attraction to visit in Arunachal Pradesh. This lake is also known as P.T. Tso. and it is one of the most interesting lakes surrounded by the brilliance and beauty of Mother Nature. This must visit attraction in Arunachal Pradesh

Mehao Lake

Mehao Lake

The beautiful Mehao Lake is located within the Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary and it is at a height of 3000 feet and from Roing town the Mishimi Hills is almost 14 kilometers away. This tourist destination in Arunachal Pradesh is less explored and very few people

Sangetsar Lake

Sangetsar Lake

Formed by a flash flood after an earthquake in the year 1950, Madhuri Lake is originally known as Shonga-tser Lake, which is one of the most popular lakes in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh. The lake was renamed so after the shooting of Bollywood movie Koyla, starring

Keetham lake

Keetham lake

Keetham lake, also known as the Sur Sarovar. This scenic lake, is about 12 km from sikandra is located within the Sur Sarovar Bird Sanctuary. Keetham Lake is linked by Railway track at Keetham Railway Station and was declared as National Bird Sanctuary on 27

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