Goa

  • Saturday Night Market at Arpora.
  • Anjuna flea market, every Wednesday?
  • Stroll along the Mala & Fontainhas, Goa’s historic Latin Quarters.
  • Reis Magos Fort?
    • Fort overlooking Mandovi river has been beautifully restored into a cultural centre with a museum.
  • Spice plantation tour in Ponda?
  • South Goa beaches like Agonda, Betul or Palolem.
    • Try Palolem at least. Maybe Agonda again.
  • Saligao – North Goa- rural way of life along with the touristic buzz on the beaches. Local life of Goa.
  • Cabo De Rama Fort- amongst one of the oldest Portuguese establishments.
  • Kayaking: http://goakayaking.com/
  • Churches in old Goa:
    • Church of Santa Monica.
    • Church of our Lady of the Immaculate Conception in Panjim.
  • Local food: https://the-shooting-star.com/2013/09/27/best-goan-restaurants-in-goa/
  • Crocodile spotting: http://www.johnboattours.com/CrocodileSpotting.html
  • Salcete, the old Portuguese heartland of Goa.
    • Jila Bakery?
  • Assagao, a picturesque valley village a few miles inland from Anjuna beach, which in recent years has grown into something of a creative hub. Gunpowder restaurant here.