Goa beach and heritage tours are showcase of the Goan culture and its heritage through the past ages and the present. . Goa is a place not only for enthusiasts for adventure and fun, but also for lovers of heritage and culture. The forts in Goa are another worth to visit Goa and so include them in your Heritage Tour.
Aquada Fort is a vital monument where you can also see the lighthouse inside. The fort was built by Portuguese and so it stands as remains of Portuguese architecture. Now the fort houses the central jail. Chapora Fort was built by Portuguese and was made up of red laterite. You can see two tunnels which provided the routes for besieged defenders once. Reis Magos Fort is situated on the bank of river Mandovi. It was built by Portuguese to. Cabo Fort (Raj Bhavan) – 9 km from Panaji, it lies on the peninsula land jutting out in the Arabian Sea, at Dona Paula. Initially during the Portuguese era, a Franciscan Convent, was attached to the fort. This later became Cabo Raj Bhavan and is now the Governor’s Palace.
Planning for a heritage tour of Goa would make you enjoy the architectural beauty of Hindu temples in the state. Goa beach and heritage tours help you to visit the old churches, temples, forts and other monuments along with top Goa beaches. The important beaches of Goa are Calangute, Baga, Anjuna, Colva and Miramar. If not doing anything else, a tourist can simply lounge under the umbrella looking at the vast expanse of clear blue water. As such, a tourist can enjoy the sea at many such beaches. To visit and enjoy all these beaches, a tourist is advised to opt for any of the Goa tour packages offered by recognized tour operators.
Apart from savoring the picturesque beauty of beaches in Goa, There are several other places in Goa which are rich in culture and heritage. So plan your Goa beach and heritage tours at least once in a while for a memorable vacation.