Here are the top 184 tourist attractions to see in Goa:

157. Cape Town Cafe

Cape Town Cafe

10 km
from city center
157 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Cape Town Café is a happening café located in Bardez, Goa. It is famous for its nightlife, music, ambience and the food served. The place is more of a club than just a café.

158. The World Famous Decades Bar Calangute

The World Famous Decades Bar Calangute
3.4 /5

9 km
from city center
158 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Located in : North Goa

The World Famous Decades Bar is a great place to go when you are not really in the mood to dance, but just want to go to a bar and have a good time with friends. There is live music on a couple of days in the week (check before going). You can also play a game or two of pool at the pool table.

159. Bora-Bora Life Morjim

Bora-Bora Life Morjim

18 km
from city center
159 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Bora Bora Life is a nightclub in Vithaldas Vaddo, Morjim, Goa and is open all 24 hrs. Mostly frequented by the foreigners due to the exotic location, the club plays soothing music all day long and gives access to free wifi.

160. Curlies, Anjuna

Curlies, Anjuna

12 km
from city center
160 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Located on the rocky and hippie beach of Anjuna in Goa, Curlies is a happening spot for unwinding. Possibly among the most popular hangout spots in Goa, it has become synonymous with the hippie lifestyle, laidback nature, and freedom that the destination offers.

161. HillTop, Goa

HillTop, Goa

14 km
from city center
161 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Located in Vagator, The HillTop is one of Goa's most iconic and happening trance party destinations. The place is decorated by neon lights spiraled around palm trees which will look enchanting when you come for partying or enjoying your food at Hilltop Goa.

162. Club Westend

Club Westend

6 km
from city center
162 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Club Westend is located on the hill top in Mollembhat Valley in Saligao, Goa. It mostly caters to electronic music fans and has a Ladies night on Fridays.

163. Silent Noise, Palolem

Silent Noise, Palolem

59 km
from city center
163 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Silent Noise in Palolem is definitely the one with the wildest nights and craziest parties. The parties are held on every Saturday and are an experience that must not be missed. 

164. Cohiba Bar & Kitchen

Cohiba Bar & Kitchen

6 km
from city center
164 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Cohiba Bar & Kitchen is another one of the amazing clubs situated on the Aguda Fort Road in Goa. The open air restaurant cum bar is setup on the Candolim beach.

165. Leopard Valley

Leopard Valley

55 km
from city center
165 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Located in the green and serene locales of Palolem in Canacona, South Gia Leopard Valley Goa is unique party spot which is situated in the laps of a jungle quarry. It is well-known to be one of the biggest and most happening night clubs in South Goa.

166. Cafe Lilliput, Anjuna

Cafe Lilliput, Anjuna

13 km
from city center
166 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Located on the rocky beaches on Anjuna Beach, Cafe Lilliput is synonymous with the hippie vibe and party atmosphere of North Goa. Facing the calm blue waters of the Arabian Sea, it serves traditional Goan food.

167. Shiva Valley

Shiva Valley

12 km
from city center
167 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Shiva Valley on the Anjuna Beach in Goa is known for outrageous nights of trance music and parties. One of the most popular party places in Goa, Shiva Valley is flocked by tourists all through the year.

168. Japanese Garden Goa

Japanese Garden Goa

168 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Japanese garden in Goa is known for its aesthetic beauty and charming scenery. Located on a hilltop, in Vasco Da Gama the garden accentuates the beauty of nature and thus provides a sharp contrast to the artifice of modern civilisation.

169. Nagesh Eco Ventures

Nagesh Eco Ventures

169 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Nagesh Eco Ventures is a water and amusement park in Goa. It offers a variety of adventure activities and fun games for both the adults and the kids. The property also has overnight stay packages and also hosts private pool parties, weddings etc.

170. Monsoon Fun Park

Monsoon Fun Park

170 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Monsoon Fun Park is situated near the Baga Beach in Goa and is a hub of water and fun adventurous activities. It offers a complete packages of fun games for both the kids and the adults. The place attracts a large tourist influx during the season.

171. Goa Kart Racing

Goa Kart Racing

22 km
from city center
171 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Goa Kart Racing is the most popular place in Goa for adventure activities especially kart racing. Situated on the Panjim road, the place is a big hit among adventure enthusiasts.

172. Splashdown Water Park

Splashdown Water Park

12 km
from city center
172 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

One of the coolest water parks of Goa, the splashdown waterpark has 5 pools, a variety of rides and flumes that makes it popular among tourists especially families and children. It located just 10 minutes away from Panjim and 10 minutes away from Mapusa.

173. Froggyland


24 km
from city center
173 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Froggyland water park boasts of being the largest waterpark in Goa spread across 35,000 sq. meter. Sophisticatedly designed, this modern waterpark attracts a whole lot of tourists and stuns them with their thrilling and adventurous activities.

174. Blue Whale Water Park

Blue Whale Water Park

11 km
from city center
174 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

With beautifully set coloured water slides that are visible from the famous Baga creek of Goa, the Blue Whale Water Park is one of the most popular themed waterparks of Goa. It is known for its spine chilling slides specially designed for the kids.

175. 6 Shades Of Nature

6 Shades Of Nature

39 km
from city center
175 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

6 Shades of Nature allows you to enjoy and spend a peaceful time with your friends and family in the lap of nature. A perfect place to relax and rejuvenate, the jungle-themed park a beautiful all in one destination with a number of activities from water activities to adventures fun games.

176. International Film Festival of India (IFFI)

International Film Festival of India (IFFI)

176 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

The International Film Festival of India (IFFI) held in Goa is India's most distinguished film festival that showcases outstanding films made by acclaimed directors and debutant filmmakers alike. It provides a platform for stories to be told through the medium of world cinema as well as Indian films. Since its inception in 1952, the International Film Festival has been one of the biggest of its kind in India.

177. Shigmo Festival

Shigmo Festival

177 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

The Shigmo festival that takes place in the Konkani diaspora of Goa, during the spring season, is a beautiful and auspicious festival of Hindus that celebrates the vibrancy of colours. The festival spans five days. In other regions of the country, Hindus, more commonly, celebrate Holi, which is a part of it.

178. Igitun Chalne

Igitun Chalne

178 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Igitun Chalne celebrated in May, is a religious festival in the northern district of Goa in the temple of Sirigao, which is located in Bicholim Taluka. It is also known as the “fire walk” festival. Devotees walk on hot coals in commemoration of the goddess Lairaya. 

179. Fisherman’s Wharf

Fisherman’s Wharf

1 km
from city center
179 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Fisherman’s Wharf is a dainty multi-cuisine restaurant chain in Goa that is especially swamped with seafood lovers. Located at Salcette, Calangute, and Panjim, it claims to serve the best and most authentic Goan food in the region.

180. Conco Island

Conco Island

8,986 km
from city center
180 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Also known as Monkey Island, Conco Island is one of the most visited islands near Agonda beach in South Goa. It is often referred to as Canacona Island and is called Monkey Island because the wooded island was once inhabited by monkeys that lived in nearby forests.

181. San Jacinto Island

San Jacinto Island

11 km
from city center
181 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

One of the tiniest islands in South Goa, San Jacinto is one of the most exotic islands to visit. This island is best known for its panoramic, beautiful and natural views from the Portuguese lighthouse.

182. Goa State Museum

Goa State Museum

1 km
from city center
182 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Also known as the State Archaeological Museum, Goa State Museum is an ancient archaeological and heritage museum situated at Adil Shah’s Palace in Panajim. It boasts of over 8000 artefacts that include stone sculptures, paintings, wooden objects, carvings, bronzes, manuscripts, rare coins, and anthropological objects.

183. Bigfoot Museum

Bigfoot Museum

25 km
from city center
183 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

Located in Ancestral Goa, a miniature Goan village which depicts the rural life of Goa as it was about a hundred years ago, the Bigfoot museum has a great collection of art and other traditional artefacts. The museum also features artwork done by local children and artists of State and National fame.

184. Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

71 km
from city center
184 out of 184
places to visit in Goa

If you are eager to witness some unique species, head to Cotigao. You find Gazelles, Sloth Bears, Porcupines, and Panthers in abundance. The best time to visit the sanctuary would be at dawn when you get to witness the sunrise along with sightings of rare species. It is noted for its observation deck which is an area nestled in the foliage to witness the animals closely but still remain unnoticed. It makes for a great feature.

FAQs on Goa

Can you suggest an itinerary for Goa?

Day 1 - Arrive at Goa and hire a bike, scooter or a car to visit Baga Beach and Calangute Beach. Indulge yourself in water sports like Parasailing and Jet Ski. Have lunch at Brittos. End the day with dinner at Mambo's or with a party in Tito's.
Day 2 - Get up early in the morning and visit Fort Aguada and Fort Chhapora followed by Chhapora Beach. In the afternoon visit the churches - Basilica of Bom Jesus and Lady of Immaculate Conception. End the day with a party at Club Cabana.
Day 3 - Take a road trip to up North. Visit Morjim, Arambol Beach and Candolim Beach.
Spend the evening in Casino Cruise ship at Panjim Jetty. You may visit Dona Paula or Miramar before the cruise.
Day 4 - You can spend the day visiting Panjim on your day of return. Take a walk through the streets enjoying the colonial architecture.

How can I commute within Goa?

Beaches in Goa are far apart, and it stretches more than 100 km from north to south. Bus connectivity is good for popular areas of Goa and fares are low and still gives you a great view of the city. But buses are not a great option if you are looking for beach hopping or going to hang around till late night. Also, there are no Ola and Uber services available in Goa. You could rent a motorcycle or a scooter if you have a valid license. The rent starts at INR 300 per day per bike like Honda Activa or around INR 400 per day for Royal Enfield bikes. This excludes petrol costs. Riding on bikes is the most popular way of commuting in Goa for young tourists, including foreigners. You can also hire a cab, with or without a chauffeur to roam around. Cars cost approximately 900 - 1300 per day. However, finding parking spots close to all beaches could be a problem whereas bikes give you the flexibility of going pretty close to the beach to park.

Here are some tips that will help you rent a vehicle safely and responsibly:


You will be required to submit your ID Proof like PAN Card or Aadhar Card to the dealer. Keep your Driving License with you.

Make sure to ask for the bike documents. You may need them if you?re stopped by the police and are asked for the registration.

Testing the Vehicle

1. Before renting the bike, be sure to look for any previous damages and inform the renter of them.

2. Do a test run and drive the vehicle for a while to make sure that it works fine. Ask the renter for a helmet if you're renting a bike.

3. These vehicles very rarely have fuel in them, so make sure you go to a petrol pump right away after renting.

4.  Take the renters information and contact details so that you can reach them if there is some trouble with the vehicle.

5. Return the vehicle on time. If you're late there are chances that the renter may charge you more money.

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How much does a package cost for Goa?

The packages for Goa start at INR 4100 which can be further customized based on number of people, days, hotel category, vehicle type and customizations. You can have a look at all packages here

What are the top restaurants in Goa?

The best places to eat in Goa are Waves Restaurant, Casa Vaz Tea Shop, Street-Food Stalls, Cinnabar, Tourist Inn, Zeebop by the Sea. You can see all the places to eat in Goa here

What are the top sightseeing places in Goa?

The top sightseeing places in Goa are Calangute Beach, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Water Sports in Goa, Fort Aguada, Baga Beach, Cruise in Goa.

What are the top shopping places in Goa?

The top shopping places in Goa are Flea Markets, Anjuna Flea Market, Shopping in Goa.

What are the top activities in Goa?

The top activities in Goa are Full Day Sightseeing Tour of South Goa, @ 300 Only, Scuba Diving at Grande Island in Goa-, Dudhsagar Falls and Spice Plantation Full Day Tour, North Goa Sightseeing Full Day Tour @ 300 Only, Romantic Couple Shoot in Goa, Water Sports in Calangute Beach, Goa @1599 Only.

What are the top hotels in Goa?

There are 1564 Hotels in Goa which can be booked through Holidify. The most popular hotels in Goa are Sabinas Nest, The Secret Garden Goa, 2BHK Apartment In Candolim CM011, Aspire Casa Amarelo, Beaumonte by Vista Rooms, APARTMENT AS-6. You can see all the hotels in Goa here
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