Things to do in Goa

Goa Chitra

Museum | 8 KM

A quirky little museum housing a large collection of local agricultural implements and household items.

St. John the Baptist Church Road,
Mondo- Waddo, Benaulim

PALÁCIO DO DEÃO

Portuguese Palace/Lunch | 25 KM

18th Century Restored Portuguese palace by the banks of the River Kushvati. Rubin and his wife Celia are still restoring this palace and are living here with their 2 children.

Opp. Holy Cross Church, Quepem

SAHAKARI SPICE FARM

Spice Plantation | 8 KM

The farm is used to dissipate knowledge about the different spices and their medicinal values to the foreign as well as local visitors who since time immemorial are visiting India in search of spices and trading with Indians in different varieties of spices.

Post Box No. 31
Ponda belgaum Highway Curti, Ponda

Basicila of Bom Jesus/ Chapel of F. Xavier

Old Goa | 33 KM

Bom Jesus' (literally, 'Good (or Holy) Jesus') is the name used for the infant Jesus. The Jesuit church is India's first minor basilica, and is considered to be one of the best examples of baroque architecture in India.The Basilica is more than 408 years old and is open to the public everyday. The body of St. Francis Xavier is kept in a well-decorated casket. The church is located in Old Goa, which was the capital of Goa in the early days of Portuguese rule.

Water Sports

Colva Promenade | 2KM,
Benaulim Beach    | 7km

Water Scooter, Parasailing and Banana Boating can be enjoyed at Colva and Benaulim Beach. Front Office can organise the hire of bicycles for riding on the beach.

Famous Local Food

Shacks and Convenience stores

Tourists must try Goan Fish Curry and Brown Rice,
Dessert Bebinca Cake,
Cashew Nuts,
World Famous Goan Alcohol -
Cashew Feni

Please contact our front office to book tours or get more information on tourist attractions.