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How it gets its name “Bonderam”? The word “Bonderam” delivered from the Portuguese word “Bandeira” meaning “flag”. Bonderam is the festival of flags. When and where it Celebrated? It takes place on Divar Island on the fourth Saturday of August. The celebration of this festival has a unique history behind it. The villagers many years back resented the rules that were adopted for settling disputes regarding the land issues. The Portuguese then set up flags…

If our are planning to go out for the picnic with your family, friends then here some of the top picnic places in Goa Goa popularly known as the pearl of the orient and tourist paradise. It located in India’s coastal belt on the western called the konkan coast. It has an alarming scenic beauty. The architectural work done on temples,churches and old houses has brought great laurels to Goa where you can go out…

The Calangute Beach Calangute Beach Calangute beach is the one of the largest beach in North Goa. This beach is most of the visited is during Summer vacation by Goans and the tourists. During Christmas and New Year there is also large amount of tourists to visit this beach. Also another mosted visited beach is closesr to this beach which is Baga Beach which atmost 2Km from Calangute beach . You go there by road…

If you are planning visit Goa during your Summer Vacation then here we have some of the places for you. Beaches  Goa also known for its beaches, ranging from popular stretches at Baga and Palolem. Calangute, Baga, Sinquerim crowded beaches. Beaches like Morjim, Ashven, Palolem are famous beaches and less crowded beaches. However in summers all the beaches are less crowded. Casinos You can enjoy at Goa’s largest luxury floating casino like Deltin Royale, Casino…

Types of Goan Food Goa has several excellent restaurants that represent the culinary diversity of the state. Among the best is Panaji’s Mum’s Kitchen, which offers a mix of familiar dishes like xacuti (a curry with coconut, spices and poppy seeds), balchao (a fiery tomato-chili curry) and cafreal (fried chicken marinated with spices). Its menu comprises of traditional recipes, which have been sourced from Hindu, Christian, and Portuguese families all over Goa. Another good bet…

Wildlife Sanctuaries in Goa Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary It is one of the beautiful and prominent popular wildlife sanctuaries in Goa. Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary is the smallest of the Goan Wildlife Sanctuary, spread over an area of 8 km. Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary The hills in the Western Ghats are situated at an altitude of 3000 feet. It is an ideal place for nature lovers and picnic. You can enjoy seeing a variety of fauna. This Sanctuary…

1] St. Elizabeth’s Church St. Elizabeth’s Church This church in North Goa has a striking Mannerist architectural style, with impressive rococo features. It was constructed by Franciscan friars in 1618. Though a storm destroyed it in 1708, it was rebuilt on a much larger scale. This elegant church has a magnificent statue of Jesus Christ on the front of the church. Location: Aldona, Balbot, Ucassaim, Goa 403508Built in : 1618 2] Church of Lady of Rosary…

Beach Resorts 1. Pousada Tauma Pousada Tauma A 5 star property, Pousada Tauma is among the finest luxury beach resorts of Goa. It is a theme based resort that offers a lavish holiday experience with its fine ambiance, excellent decor, and finger-licking gastronomical fare. The unique Goan architecture of this boutique hotel is simply beautiful. What’s special: The delectable fine dining at Copper Bowl restaurant, casual inviting atmosphere at the Pousanda Beach sea front restaurant,…

Temples to visit in Goa 1) SHRI SAPTAKOTESHWAR TEMPLE SHRI SAPTAKOTESHWAR TEMPLE Narve Bicholim Holding an architectural beauty of the Mughal era, this temple in Goa captivates everyone’s heart through its magnificent craftsmanship. The most important festival celebrated here is the Gokulashtami in which devotees from all around the world visit this place. Location– Narve, Bicholim, South Goa 2) MARUTI TEMPLE MARUTI TEMPLE Ponda Once you are in Goa, you can’t afford to miss out…