Top 7 Places to visit in Goa Other than Beaches
Goa is best known for its nightlife, beaches and bars. With over 50 beaches, it is also known as one of India's most popular beach destinations. But you may not like to visit the beach for water sport again and again. Don't worry, there are many places to visit in Goa besides the beach. You may like to know everything about goa like famous food, best places, resort and many more.

Top 7 Places to visit in Goa Other than Beaches

1. Aguada Fort

At the top of Bades is this huge fort, built in 1612 as a Maratha and Dutch safety structure. The fort is known for its magnificent design, exclusive views and wonderful history. The freshwater springs inside the fort were intended to supply water to the ships moored at the fort. Visit this fort and immerse yourself in the history and architecture of  old Goa.

2. Dudhsagar waterfall

Quietly nestled on the border between Goa and Karnataka is Dudhsagar, one of India's tallest waterfalls. Most hiking trails like this offer rich flora and fauna and landscapes. However, there are additional highlights to this hike-one of the few hikes in the world-a good old railroad track!Hiking to this waterfall is accessible via the Indian Railways network and a jeep operated by a private tour operator. During the monsoon season, the waterfalls that fall from a height of 310m to milky white come to life. You can enjoy Dudhsagar waterfall trip in goa in rainy season with your family and friends.

3. Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary

Named after the famous Indian ornithologist, Ph.D. Salim Ali Moisdin Ali, this bird reserve is a carefully protected area on the Island of Chorao on the Mandvi River. The bird sanctuary, home to the Japan Wildlife Research Center and Forestry Office, is home to many rare birds and animals. The sanctuary is known for protecting the unique mangrove ecosystem and gives people a glimpse of it. From the watchtower, you can observe new species of birds and animals from a distance. You can also take a boat tour around the Mandvi River and cruise the pristine  natural lifestyle here.

4. Cycling Tour

Explore northern Goa, including the ramparts and fortress of Aguada, on this full-day cycle tour from Nerul. Team building activities include Cycling, Follow a friendly guide to explore the fishing village, pedal along the scenic river and experience  Candolim, Sinquirim and Nerul outdoors all day long.  You can enjoy cycling tour in goa with your friends and family. You can also visit all the historical and natural places on the island and indulge  in the splendor of exotic places, the lush nature with bright sunshine everywhere.

5. Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary

The Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary in goa is one of the most exquisite wildlife sanctuaries, alongside the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Refuge in Mollem. Located in the lush hills of the Western Ghats, 55 km from Panjim, it's a great place to tour and it's a very beautiful and quiet place. Bondla Forest is also famous for a variety of animal species  such as Sambar and wild boar. Famous for bird watching as well as Kotigao and Chorao, elephant rides offer the long-awaited entertainment in this remote location. Overall, Bondla is the perfect place to enjoy and enjoy the silent atmosphere of the tranquil forest.

6. Bungee Jumping

Bungee jumping in goa is a sport for  adventure junkies, but check out the list of sporting requirements. Start sports only if  it fits your body. Failure to do so can pose a serious risk to the individual. If you are suffering from low or high blood pressure, heart problems, anxiety, asthma or  recent fractures, this is not a sport for you and  should be avoided. Obviously pregnant women are also not allowed to participate in this activity as they may pose a safety risk.You must sign the consent form before you can experience the bungee jump. So don't skip complaining to  your instructor. The instructor is most useful.