Goa has its own charm! We all know that, but Fort Aguada is a must for the first timers! The way itself makes you wall in love, specially when you are on your Activa! The red stone is common in Goa and so as in...More
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I had visited in the afternoon. Had clear sky and the scenery was beautiful. It was a good place to visit with wife. Took lots of pics and enjoyed ourselves.
There is a lighthouse, taking a scooter is the best mode of transport, road is good but very narrow traffic jams happen There is no entry ticket you just walk around and youll see spectacular views from the side walls well maintained
We took a walk out to the fort about 40 minutes from the hotel. Standard old fort construction nothing spectacular but worth a trip.
This place is just too beautiful. The fort is very ancient and it's structure is very massive. There is beach surrounding the fort and that's what looks amazing. Surrounded by greenary and beach, it is just not possible to miss this place.
Not exactly a fort. Was earlier used a water harvesting and reservoir for water supply. Nice view of the water body below from top of the fort. The fort is visible while taking boat ride at Coco beach. Parking available. Nice lemon soda is also...More
Took taxi from Candolim up to the fort on a. Sunday afternoon. The fort closes at 17:30. The fort is huge and you can walk all around the wall which has seek nice views out to sea. Very busy with locals at the time of...More
This fort was constructed by Portuguese people for defending against enemy attacks. It was also used as a watering point for their ships hence the name Aguada. It was also used as a jail to house freedon fighters. It is a marvelous monument . Entrance...More
This massively constructed Vauban style fortification, made from laterite blocks, with deep moat and 4 bastions, is an excellent example of 17th century military engineering. Both the Upper fort and old lighthouse and the lower fort on Sinquerim Beach are well worth extended visits to...More