South Goa Trip
Cherish the beauty of the most scenic beaches of Goa,
Visit a ancient fort .
Duration: 1 day.
Cabo de Rama fort
The Cabo de Rama Fort is located in the Canacona region of south Goa, 29.3 kilometers from Margao.
It was constructed by the local Soonda rulers, who ruled from here. But the Portuguese took it over after their arrival in Goa by defeating the local kings. That was in 1763. Attracted by the big cape that offered good views of the Arabian Sea and the coastline, the Portuguese rulers soon carried out renovations to modernize the fort. The Cabo de Rama Fort is now in ruins, but you can still see many attractions from the past.
Agonda beach is the perfect beach in Goa for anyone who wants to relax away from it all. This seemingly endless pristine beach stretches for miles. It’s lined with shacks and huts, some simple and some fancy. Hawkers aren’t allowed on the beach, so you’ll be able to remain refreshingly undisturbed.
Palolem beach, enclosed by a thick forest of coconut palms in far South Goa, is one of the state’s most picturesque beaches. This mile-long, shady, semi-circle shaped beach continues to grow in popularity every year and has become very lively with the diverse crowd that it attracts.
Situated in South Goa, to the north of Palolem Beach, Butterfly Island and Beach is known for its tranquility and the serene calmness that it offers. Tourists who want to spend time with only with nature, without even a single form of disturbance must visit Butterfly Beach. This beach offers its visitors with a relaxed environment to rejuvenate you and a startling natural beauty to admire.