1. Anjuna Beach

Anjuna Beach, one of Goa's busiest beaches, has a long history of hippy culture. However, families and fans of water sports also love this almost 2km long beach.

2. Palolem Beach

Southern Goa, India's Canacona is where Palolem Beach is located. A large number of international visitors are drawn to the beach, particularly between November and March during the winter months.

3. Basilica of Bom Jesus

Located in Goa, India's Konkan region, the Basilica of Bom Jesus is a Catholic basilica.

4. Dudhsagar Falls

The four-tiered Dudhsagar Falls are located on the Mandovi River in the Indian state of Goa.

5. Baga Beach

Water sports, fine dining restaurants, pubs, and clubs can all be found at Baga Beach, one of Goa's biggest beaches.

6. Se Cathedral

The Patriarch of the East Indies is seated at the Sé Catedral de Santa Catarina, also referred to as Se Cathedral, which serves as the cathedral of the Latin Church Diocese of Goa and Daman.

7. Candolim Beach

Candolim Beach, one of Goa's longest beaches, is also occasionally referred to as the entrance to the other well-known beaches in the region.

8. Butterfly Beach

Butterfly Island and Beach, located in South Goa to the north of Palolem Beach, is known for its tranquility and peace.

9. Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary

In the Ponda taluka in northeastern Goa, India, sits the Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary. The park has an 8 km2 total area. Both visitors and schoolchildren like viewing it.

10. Galgibaga Beach

Galgibaga Beach, also known to as Galgibagh Beach, is situated in South Goa. It is one of India's least visited and most pristine beaches.