The sights to see on your tour to Goa are:
Panaji: A journey to the capital of Goa, India, will take you to a heritage location in Western India. There are with many renowned buildings and Churches constructed in traditional Gothic style in Panaji town, which is situated on the left bank of the Mandovi river. Some of the well known churches and buildings are Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Church, the Chapel of St. Sebastian, the Goa State Museum, the Secretariat building and the statue of Abbe Faria, which you can see on your sightseeing journey in Goa.
Old Goa: The holy Basilica of Bom Jesus, is the resting place of the body of St. Francis Xavier. Roman Catholics from all over the world make the journey to this famous pilgrimage destination in India. Other famous churches in Goa are the Convent and Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Church of St. Cajetan, Church of Our Lady of Rosary, Church and Convent of St. Monica, Chapel of St. Catherine and Chapel of St. Anthony.
Calangute Beach, Goa: This beautiful beach in Goa stretches across the coast of North Goa. A favorite of people of all ages Calangute Beach is known for its 7 km expanse of sand and its food and trinket stalls.
Dona Paula Beach, Goa: At a distance of 7 km from Panaji, Dona Paula Beach is also called Lovers Paradise. The beach is a favorite venue of water sports lovers, since it offers many activities including windsurfing, water-skiing, snorkeling, water-scooter rides, parasailing, motorboat rides, yachting and kayaking.
Anjuna Beach, Goa: An 18 km journey from Panaji takes you to Anjuna beach, famous for its beach raves and trance parties. The flea market held near Anjuna Beach on Wednesdays, where souvenirs and trinkets are sold is also very popular with tourists.
Colva and Benaulim Beaches, Goa: Located 20 km from Panaji, these beautiful beaches in South Goa, are less crowded than the busy beaches near Panaji. Colva beach extends for 20 km and is Goa's longest beach. Beach stalls and the nearby Church's festival are popular with tourists visiting Colva and Benaulim Beaches.
Vagator and Chapora Beaches, Goa: If you make a journey of about 24 km from Panaji to North Goa, you will find Vagator and Chapora Beaches, known for their isolated beauty. The 500-year-old Portuguese fort in the vicinity is a fun place to explore the historic past of Goa on your Journey to Goa.
Fort Aguada, Goa: This heritage Fort, contains a lighthouse and a Jail, which makes a picturesque backdrop for the Fort Aguada Beach.
Dudhsagar Waterfall, Goa: named Dudhsagar for their milky appearance (the name means Sea of Milk in Hindi) these falls can be seen, 60 km from Panaji. This scenic location is amust-visit particularly after the monsoon, for the falls are at their best.
Palolem Beach: Palolem Beach, also called Paradise beach, is known for its calm ambience, and lack of crowds. You can see Dolphins in the sea or go on a fishing cruise on Palolem Beach.
Agonda Beach, Goa: Not far from Palolem Beach, Agonda beach is an undisturbed vacation spot. The palm-fringed beach and the Fort Cabo de Rama, worth visting on your journey to Goa.
Temples of Goa: Goa has many Hindu temples which are historically significant. Temples often visited by pilgrimsa are the Shri Ganesha Temple, the Shanta Durga Temple, the Shri Nagesh Maharudra Temple, Shri Chandreshwar Temple Shri Anantha Temple, the Mahalaxmi Temple, Devaki-Krishna Temple and Shri Mangesha Temple.
Note: That there are no nude beaches in India and nudity may offend local customs.