Goa had its famous Portugese Colonies back in 17th Century. The turn-of-the-century taverns that have been standing strong, helping many a Goenkars nurse broken hearts and dreams. The familiar fac-es with raised glasses that greet you as you open the creaky door to your regular joint. The smell of food in the air and old songs playing on the radio somewhere is enjoyed by every tourist from around the globe.
3. Old Goa – Christian Art Trails
7. Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary
Located in Ponda taluka, north-eastern Goa, the Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary is spread over a total area of 8 km². It is a popular picnic spot visited by school children and tourists alike. One can look out for Indian Bison, Malabar Giant Squirrel, Sambar Deer and more.