Goa - A place where Mystical East meets the Modern West

Goa is visited by honeymooners, nature lovers, beach enthusiasts as well as leisure travellers from all over the world, due to its diverse culture and tourist destinations. Besides the vibrant beaches, Goa is famous for its ancient market places, temples, churches, dense forests and beautiful paddy fields. The romantic and party ambience of this Indian State makes this an excellent destination for couples as well as party lovers who want to have unlimited celebration away from the hustle and bustle of the urban cities.

Book a room at Amara Baga Villa today and check these magnificent tourist destinations in no time. Enjoy the blended Portuguese and Indian cultures in this pocket-sized paradise. Are you an avid traveller looking to try out something different for an astounding Instagram profile? Well, then you should definitely head over to these popular places to visit in Goa!

Candolim and Sinquerim

A peaceful stretch of beach lined by restaurants and shacks, the Candolim Beach is a popular spot for foreigners who want to have a private beach experience. If you want to go to an even more secluded area, you can head over the south to the Sinquerim Beach (home to the Aguada Fort).


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Snow Park Goa


A family-oriented attraction for all age groups, The Snow Park Goa is a snow play centre that is uniquely designed to rain snow 365 days a year! After enjoying the scorching sun on Baga Beach, this is possibly the best destination in Goa to cool yourself off and more, Take exotic snow rides, build igloos and drink hot coffee in this 5000 square feet area of pure fun and enjoyment.


The Blue Whale Water Park

Located just minutes from the Amara Baga Villa, this fascinating water park in Arpora is the next great fun destination in Goa beside the sprawling beaches. Perfect for every age group, you will be spoilt for choice here with the plethora of pools, swirls, towering slides and water rides. What's more, you can feast on relishing snacks and drinks while watching special events hosted by renowned DJs.

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Chapora Fort

Located in Bardez the Chapora Fort is smeared with historical significancen and was once home to a Muslim ruler named Shahpura or Adil Shah. This fort was made as the base camp when Prince Akbar joined the Marathas in 1683 to end the Portuguese Rule in Goa. Get amazed by the steep slopes of the fortified walls and overally, the spectacular sea view around. A perfect photogenic spot!

Calangute Beach

Dubbed as the Queen of Beaches, this is the longest sea beach in Goa which stretches from Baga to Candolim. This beach is always thriving with activities with occasional music rhythms coming from the shacks. With a number of sumptuous restaurants, nightclubs, bars and water sport activities, Calangute Beach is still the number one destination in India for tourists coming from India as well as abroad.