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  • Alice Mary Topno
  • Editorial, 25 Feb 2022, 15:05 IST

5 Magnificent Forts To Visit In Goa For A Unique Travel Experience

Goa - India's most popular tourist destination, with a unique blend of Indian and Portuguese culture.
  • Alice Mary Topno
  • Editorial, 25 Feb 2022, 15:05 IST
Travel Experience

Goa is a great place to refresh yourself amidst the beauty of nature. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India and one of the most famous Indian states in the world. Though Goa is most known for its beaches, the state also offers a diverse terrain that includes hills, waterfalls, forts, and more. The following is a list of some of Goa's most stunning forts, which are a must-see due to its history, architecture, and landscape.

1. Aguada Fort

north goa

It's without a doubt one of Goa's most remarkable forts, well-preserved and overlooking the magnificent Arabian Sea. When you come here, don't forget to bring your cameras. Also, visit this location in the late evenings to take in the breathtaking sunset views.

2. Chapora Fort

Chapora Fort

It's the most popular fort in North Goa, situated at the confluence of the Chapora River and the Arabian Sea. And the reasons are self-evident. People flock to this location because of the stunning sunrise and sunset views. Furthermore, the fort's steep hills on all sides allow tourists to catch stunning vistas of the Malabar region with the sea on one side.

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3. Sinquerim Fort

Sinquerim Fort

Sinquerim Fort, 18 kilometres from the capital city, overlooks Sinquerim Beach and splits the shoreline into two sections. The fort was utilised to secure the land against the Marathas and Dutch, as well as act as a reference point for supplies arriving from Europe. It is one of Goa's must-see attractions, and you will be treated to breathtaking vistas of the Arabian Sea and its unrivalled beauty.

4. Ponda Fort

Ponda Fort

It's one of the most famous forts in Goa, and it's a must-see for anybody visiting the state. It was taken in 1665 and named after the legendary Maratha emperor Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The fort also has a garden, which is a perfect area for friends and family to enjoy a day out together. When visiting this fort, visitors can also plan to visit adjacent attractions such as the Goa Butterfly Conservatory.

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5. Colvale Fort

most famous

This fort was built in 1681 and is now one of Goa's most famous ruins. Travelers come to enjoy the beauty of the place and its surroundings, so it's called a beauty. It's also a fantastic destination for history buffs who want to explore not only the surroundings but also the ruins.

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