The Portuguese moved the capital from Old Goa to Panaji in 1843. But it's hard to believe that sleepy Panaji, sitting on the southern bank of the Mandovi...more
Old Goa, former capital of this Portuguese colony, was once so grand that it rivaled Lisbon in magnificence. Known formerly as Rome of the East, the town still...more
Hard to believe that only about 25 years ago, little existed of what visitors today know as Colva, the main package-holiday resort of south Goa. Benaulim Beach,...more
A few miles east of Margao lies the small, sleepy village of Chandor, once the site of Chandrapur (capital of the ancient state of Govarashtra), the most...more
Famous throughout Goa for its Wednesday flea market, Anjuna, together with nearby Vagator and Chapora, is now the hub of Goa's party scene. The flea market...more
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