Explore Goa

Explore all Goa has to offer, we can organise trips, transport and bookings on a variety of days out, sightseeing and fun things to do!


Dudhsagar Falls (sea of milk) is a magnificent waterfall located in the Indian state of Goa. It is amongst India's tallest waterfalls with a height of 310m, which is considered as must-visit in the top 100 highest falls in the world. It is also on the railway track of Konkan Railways and while on train you can watch the amazing nature passing by.

Located on the Mandovi River. There are a couple of pools that you can swim in, making Dudhsagar great place to take a picnic for a day of fun and frolic.



Start your tour after boarding the a shared vehicle at 9:30 from Palolem. Feel the thrill as you use variety of techniques like walking, scrambling, climbing, jumping, abseiling, and swimming to traverse through the breath-taking Upper Sauri Canyon. The narrow gorges with numerous drops, while surrounded by sculpted walls and spectacular waterfalls form an aesthetic backdrop for canyoning  The Upper Sauri Canyon has 6 main waterfalls to descend through! A 40-minute jungle walk to access the canyon, with 2 and 8-metre abseils, and 7 jumps. The easy canyon unravels its beauty during descent, and can be enjoyed by most age groups with varying skill levels. Conclude this exciting tour at around 5:30 PM and head back home with lots of memories after a 30-minute jungle walk.


If you want to spot some dolphins, the beach is lined with dozens of local boat owners and fishermen willing to take you out into the Arabian sea for a minimal fee. If, however, you don't get lucky, Butterfly Island is just a boat-ride away! Morning and sunset are the best time time to catch the dolphins and the local fisherman are experts at finding them!



Goa is very popular for its delicious Goan cuisine and various spices used. All the amazing food items that you try in the place are made from many different spices which cannot be found anywhere else. Thus, it is always a great attraction to know some details about the spices that make these Goan dishes so amazing and delicious.

A tour of spices plantation, helps the tourists and visitors to understand the history of south Goa in terms of its spices. You will also get to know many interesting facts about the spices used in the dishes. They also offer lunch and many organic spices, oils and organic freshly grown produce for purchase.


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Standing on the crumbling ramparts of what was once the most formidable and impregnable of the Portuguese forts in India, one looks out at a panoramic ocean vista, witnessing the confluence of the Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea, over which the fort has kept watch for more than four hundred years.

This is so majestic a sight that it is easy to picture a Portuguese galleon or carrack on the horizon, on the last leg of its arduous voyage from far off Portugal around the Cape of Good Hope, finally able to make safe harbour and replenish its supplies.
The Fort Aguada is open all days of the week from 9.30am to 6.00pm
This fort is located on the Aguada-Siolim Road in Sinquerim (Candolim, Goa). There are two options to reach the hilltop fort. The 4 km long road from Sinquerim beach is used by motor vehicles. The other is a shorter 2 km foot path, but it should be noted that it is a steep climb.


Pull in the fishing nets early in the morning and sometimes late in the evenings and help haul the boats on to the beach. When the locals are bringing in their catch, they're always grateful for a helping hand and if you volunteer without being asked to, they are most welcome.



Kayaking gives many adventure sports and nature lovers the chance to have an up-close and personal experience with the rivers, coasts, and backwaters of Goa.