Goa Off The Beaten Path

  • Fishing Harbour in a Goan Village
    Fishing Harbour in a Goan Village
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  • view from our hut
    view from our hut
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  • palolem beach
    palolem beach
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Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Goa

  • OTHERS, Goa

    1. OTHERS

    Honeymoon island which is just off the Palolem beach is a beautiful spot for people who love quiet places, especially couples. Hire a boat and visit Honeymoon Island which are usually not crowded. If...

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  • BEACHES, Goa

    2. BEACHES

    Yes, I think you mean Baga! Never mind but one of the most scenic walks really a long time ago,with a bit of a climb is to be had there. I guess most travelers dont know about it but I happenned to do...

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  • RELIGIOUS SITES, Goa

    3. RELIGIOUS SITES

    I recently went on a pilgrimage to Meherabad and loved it. It is home to the Samadhi or Tomb-Shrine of Avatar Meher Baba, who claimed he was God in human form. Engraved on Baba's gravestone is the...

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  • Portuguese houses, Goa

    4. Portuguese houses

    If you keep an eye for it, all across Goa, you will come across Potuguese style houses which are quite well preserved. I loved the very look of them. Especially...

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  • Tiger reserve, Goa

    5. Tiger reserve

    The highlight for me of our visit to Karnataka was seeing these magnificent Bengal Tigers at a safari park within the Shettihalli Wildlife Sanctuary near...

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  • Elephant refuge, Goa

    6. Elephant refuge

    A trip to Karnataka by train gave us the chance to visit Sakrebyle, a refuge for elephants who had been hurt by traps, or orphaned when their mother was killed...

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  • Tatoos, Goa

    7. Tatoos

    Near sea beach markets there are Tatoo shops where one can engrave tatoos on shoulders, back and hands.My elevan year old boy tempted on seeing so many...

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  • Good charitable work, Goa

    8. Good charitable work

    You have the chance to visit the wonderful work of EL SHADDI, a registered charity which helps street children. You can visit the school, college and the...

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  • Feeding the monkeys, Goa

    9. Feeding the monkeys

    If you go to Dudhsagar Falls be sure to ask your driver or stop off at a local store to purchase some bananas or fresh vegetables. There are colonies of...

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  • World's Top 20, Goa

    10. World's Top 20

    One of the highest falls in the country, Dudhsagar Falls are among tropical jungle forests of the western ghats on the eastern Goa-Karnataka border. The falls...

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  • Exploring Goa, Goa

    11. Exploring Goa

    When most people come to Goa they rarely venture from their hotels, the beach or the organised tours, which is such a shame as Goa is much more than that. Take...

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  • Look inside!, Goa

    12. Look inside!

    When you visit Goa, don't just restrict yourself to a visit to the beaches, the restaurants and the markets. There is so much to see when you "look inside" Goa...

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  • GOAN HOSPITALITY !, Goa

    13. GOAN HOSPITALITY !

    Goans have a very WARM, HOSPITABLE & a FRIENDLY attitude towards tourist especially Forigeners and very often they would always love to invite you to their...

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  • Goa Travel Scene !, Goa

    14. Goa Travel Scene !

    Goa has always been a hub for travellers from all across the globe since the 60's. The beauty part is that even if a person travels alone there, he/she would...

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  • Get a feel of the Real Goa, Goa

    15. Get a feel of the Real Goa

    Most parts of Goa are very touristy - and hotels and resorts are never far away. But if you want to get a feel of the real Goa and the way people live, you...

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  • Querim, Goa

    16. Querim

    The very northern part of Goa Tiracol is wild, beautiful, unspoilt and totally uncommercialised and is one of the last idyllically peaceful spots in Goa. Nearby...

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  • Nice statues on the road, Goa

    17. Nice statues on the road

    I don't know the name of this statue or the place but we crossed it quite a few times while travelling from Panjim to Old Goa. I loved the concept and the...

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  • Portugues style name boards, Goa

    18. Portugues style name boards

    All across Goa one can come by this kind of Name boards on walls, gates etc. that is in a typically portuguese style. Especially the old buildings have them.

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