Cotigao is Goa's second largest wild-life sanctuary. It measures 105 square kilometers and was established in 1968 to protect a remote and vulnerable deciduous forest on the Goa-Karnataka border.
The temple is at least 200 years old, and is nestled in an enchanting valley, surrounded by mountains and Goa's luscious greenery.
Talpona River originates in the dense, mixed jungles of Ravan Dongor in between Nane and Kuske on the Sahyadri Mountains.
The popular Goan beach fort Cabo de Rama is named after Lord Rama. Also known as Cape Rama Fort, this ancient fortress is located in the Canacona district of Goa,just 20kms from PGH.
Palolem beach is one of Goa's most famous beaches, and is well known for its crescent shape, surrounded by a forest of palm trees along the coast line. Palolem offers a variety of things to see and do, whether you want a quiet beach day, a romantic dinner by the sea, or want to get involved in a wide range of activities.
Galgibaga in Canacona, South Goa, a secret enclave sandwiched between the Arabian Sea and a tiny hillock.It offers a breath of fresh air to city-weary souls in the warm embrace of nature.