Goa is a perfect place where we can find a collaboration of modern and traditional aspects of life. We can choose ourselves whether to go for plush beaches or the natural means of landscapes which can really astonish you in one way or the other. Goa can be described as the best place to wander if you plan for a real sightseeing tour. There are a number of waterfalls, spice farms, forests etc. that are to be seen in Goa tour. These are all unique in their own way. Some of the busy and mostly tourist attracted places in Goa are described here.
1.Alorna Fort: This is situated in Alorna Village which is located 10 km to the east of NH17 in Pernem area. The Bhonsles of Sawantwadi built this fort in the 17th century. Four guns belonged this fort in the year 1746 and it was captured by Marquis of the Novo Castello from the Bhonsles area. This possession was really a short lived one.
2.Amthane Dam: This dam is located in a wonderful location which is 20 km away from the Mapusa. This is the water supply system for the Sanquelim water treatment plant. Not so big one but famous for the scenic beauty and catchment of the Sahyadri hill range.
3.Goa Museum: The Ancestral Goa museum is a very old one which is located in the small village of Loutolim which is only 25 km away from Panaji district. This beautiful museum and exhibition center combined on is also called as the big foot. This is a museum that is maintained by a private artist group in Goa.
4.Arvalam Waterfalls: This is one of the most awe amazing tourist spots in Goa and in India tour as a whole. Water falls from the cascaded mountains from a height of 50 meters above sea level. This is in the Northern region of Goa and is located only 2 km away from the small town of Sanquelim.
5.Banastari Bridge: This Bridge is also called as the Meta Bridge. This comes in the Banastarim area of Goa. This bridge is built across the Mandovi River. This is an important connection between the taluks of Tiswadi and Ponda.
6.Boca de Vaca Spring: This is situated very near to the Mahalaxmi temple in Goa. This is none of the two most famous springs that exist in the Panaji district of Goa. The literal meaning of the name Boca de Vaca Spring is the face of the cow. The appearance of this Prrtuguese built structure resembles that of the face of the cow. The soft decorative lights in the evening time make it more decorative and attractive.
7. British cemetery in Goa: This is also known as the military cemetery in Goa. This was built by the British force in the year 1802 and is more than 180 years old. This is the only living evidence of the British reign in Goa during the ancient times and included in most of the India tour packages.
8.Budbudyanchi Tali: This is also called as the Bubble Lake. The local name of the lake is Budbud Talli which is located in the Netravali region of the Sanguem taluk.