a woman on a wooden bench in a patio in Goa

Campal- Goa walking tour

Monish, Rohit, and I sprinted towards the bus which just revved its engine. The bus had just picked up some speed when we managed to barge in it at Panjim Bus Depot. All decked up and excited about the walking tour at Campal Goa walking tour in Panjim we sat in one of a kind mini bus. While ogling the streets of Panjim oozing with trees and plants, I was thinking how Panjim has always been one...
a woman sitting in a fort in Panaji

Things to do in Panjim, Goa

Goa has a stereotypical image of partying, booze, clubs, and dancing. Little do we know about its rich history and an option of indulgence in its Indo-Portuguese culture. This blog post here is to shatter this stereotypical image and open doors to the other side of Goa that you did not know existed! . A story you should know... We all know that India attained its freedom in 1947 but did we know...
A woman on a parked boat on a river

Offbeat North Goa – A day in Divar Island

An island in Goa?! I was equally shocked to hear the same. I zoomed in 5x in Google Maps to figure out where is it geographically placed! It had to be zoomed because Divar Island falls under offbeat north Goa. I could finally locate this little gem and was thrilled to be able to visit it that too with a storyteller along! Formally known at Devgad was later renamed 'Divar' by the Portuguese, this...
A woman kayaking in a river in Olaulim, Goa

Offbeat Goa- 3 days in Olaulim

Goa has always had an image of parties, alcohol and late-night fun. We hardly see another side of Goa. A Goa -of history, birds, animals, nature, mountains, rivers and most importantly - a tranquil Goa is which anyone's hardly seen. And luckily, Olaulim is here to help break this Goan stereotype! Read further on "How" this town is breaking the party stereotype beautifully! . Where is this...