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Wildlife in Goa

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Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary The Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary is a 208.5-km2 (80.5-mi2) protected area in the Indian state of Goa in the Western Ghats ofSouth India. It is located in the North Goa District, Sattari taluka near the town of Valpoi.[1] The sanctuary is an area of highbiodiversity, and is being[...]
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Handicrafts of Goa


From intricate wood carving to colourful wooden lacquerware, from sturdy bamboo craft to delicate papier-mâché, from fabulous terracotta and brassware to art pieces made from exotic sea shells, from intricate crochet and embroidery to rustic jute macramé, from delicate fibre craft to unconventional coconut masks, Goa’s art forms are as[…]

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Explore Different Places in Goa

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The state of Goa, India, is famous for its beaches and places of worship, and tourism is its primary industry. Tourism is generally focused on the coastal areas of Goa, with decreased tourist activity inland. Foreign tourists, mostly from Europe, arrive in Goa in winter whilst the summer and monsoon[…]

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Museum in Goa


The Indian Customs and Central Excise Museum The Indian Customs and Central Excise Museum is first of its kind in the country. This museum has been established to promote appreciation of the evolution of the Indian Customs and Central Excise from ancient times, its modernization and relevance today for revenue[…]

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Goa Beaches

5 Baga Beach in Goa lots of beach activites

Calangute Calangute is the most popular beach with thousands thronging it in both the peak and off-season. The waves rise high above as you wash away your city blues, though swimmer need to be a trifle cautious because of the sudden drop and the rising waves. Experienced swimmers will, however,[…]

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Adventures of Goa

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Yatch in Goa Kneeboarding in Goa Kayaking in Goa Trekking Hiking Hot Air Ballon Flight Wakeboarding in Goa Paddleboarding in Goa Scuba Driving Water Rafting Windsurfing in Goa Water Skiing in Goa Parasailing In Goa Banana Boat Rides Jet Skiing Water Scooters

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Festivals of Goa

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Goa festivals are an integral part of the state’s culture and heritage. Among the festivals of Goa, some are steeped in religious undertones while the others are expressions of the fun-loving nature of the people. The long colonial rule of the Portuguese notwithstanding, the majority of the Goans are Hindus[…]

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Temples of Goa

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Shanta Durga Temple The temple is dedicated to Shantadurga, the goddess who mediates between Vishnu and Shiva. The deity is also called ‘Santeri’ colloquially. Local legends tell of a battle between Shiva and Vishnu. The battle was so fierce that the god Brahma prayed to Goddess Parvati to intervene, which she did in the form of Shantadurga. Shantadurga[…]

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