PLACES - GOA
Ancestral Goa is built around the legend of Big Foot which
has endured over the centuries. The Big Foot is Goa's biggest
designer dance floor shaped like a giant foot and has been
created for the express purpose of being a versatile venue
for all types of functions and entertainment events like
weddings, anniversaries, seminars, dances etc...
OLD GOAN HOUSES
One legacy of the long period of Portuguese colonization which
is still quite in evidence and in everyday use is the magnificent
architecture of the traditional mansions of the Goan gentry.
Goa can perhaps claim to be the only place on the subcontinent
where houses dating back to the 1700s are still in pristine
condition and still inhabited by generations of the original
MUSEUMS IN GOA
State Archaeology Museum, Panaji
The State Archaeology Museum was initially located in rented
premises at St Inez in Panaji. It was opened for public
on 29th Sept 1977. A new building was constructed on the
outskirts of Panaji at the Patto Plaza, and the museum was
shifted to this new building and inaugurated by the President
of India on 18th June 1996...
Have you ever wondered where your powdered Cinnamon came from,
and what is mace?. Are spices for you small plastic bags with
colourful powder? If 'yes' is your answer, you should visit
the Spice Plantations scattered around the interior of Goa's
beautiful rural landscape...
Goa has some more things to offer. It is 35 km. from Panaji,
this artificial lake surrounded amidst rolling green hills
is an ideal picnic spot. In fact those interested in experiencing
a bit of the rural Goa, the village can revel in the experience
here in Mayem...
The Dudhsagar Waterfalls takes a steep plunge 2000 feet
down in the wooded mountains of the western Ghats. Believed
to be amongst the highest falls in the country, these magnificent
falls are located in a blissful tropical jungle with crisscrossing
streams. The view from the top of the falls is breathtaking.
The falls looks even better at magical light of dawn...
Arvalem Waterfalls cascades down from the mountains, from
a height of 50 mt, this waterfall is a amazing experience.
The spot can be best viewed after the monsoons...