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Hop On Hop Off Goa - City Sightseeing Bus Tour Attractions on Route
Mandovi River View

The Mandovi River also known as Mahadayi' or Mhadei river, is described as the lifeline of Goa. The river has a length of 77 kilometers in total. It originates from a cluster of 30 springs at Bhimgad in the Western Ghats in the Belgaum district of Karnataka. With its cerulean waters, Dudhsagar Falls and Varapoha Falls, it is also known as the Gomati in a few places. The Mandovi and the Zuari are the two primary rivers in the state of Goa.
Miramar Beach

Miramar is the beach area of the Goan capital of Panjim and is one of the most visited beaches of Goa. Many people, mostly tourists, come to this beach every day. Originally named Porta de Gaspar Dias by the Portuguese, the name was then changed to Miramar. Situated at the confluence of the Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea, it is a small beach that occasionally hosts some events.

Miramar Garden
Its a small natural garden near the Miramar Beach.
Goa Science Center

Goa Science Center is located on New Marine Highway, Miramar, Panjim. The Science Center is spread over 5 acres of land. The center also has a huge outdoor park complete with lush green lawns and exotic flowers. Most of the large exhibits require full participation from visitors as it teaches them about basic principles of physics. Daily Science Shows are organized for children; while the Digital Planetarium, 3-D Film Shows, Science Demonstration Lectures, Science Film Shows, Taramandal Shows and the Cyberlab Shows are meant for all ages. The Science Center has a fully air-conditioned auditorium with 140 seating capacity. The Cyberlab is a Multimedia Computer Lab designed to demonstrate and spread IT awareness to the public.

3D Show/Planetarium Show Timing - 10:30/11:00,12:30/1:00,2:30/03:00,04:30/5:00

Opening Hours: 09.30 am to 6.00 pm
Closed on: NA

Entrance Fee: Rs. 55/- per head
Dona Paula

Dona Paula beach is located just about 7-km from Panaji. This place is called the Lovers Paradise in Goa, named after Dona Paula de Menezes. A myth has been attached to this place and according one legend the Viceroy's daughter after facing objections from her family about her love affair with a poor fisherman jumped of the cliff.

The enticing story is about a girl named Dona Paula de Menzes, after whom the Goa beach has been named. She was the daughter of a viceroy in colonial India, who threw herself off the cliff, when refused permission to marry a local fisherman, Gaspar Dias.

Another legend says that punished for captivating Francisco de Tavora- the Count of Alvor with her charm, the Viceroy's daughter was pushed off a cliff to drown in the waters below. Her irrepressible spirit still continues to haunt every visitor with legends of her lovers. She is even supposed to have been seen emerging from moonlit waves wearing only a pearl necklace.

The place where two of Goa's famous rivers meet the Arabian Sea is the bay of Dona Paula with a very good view of the Marmagao Harbour. 7-km from Panjim, situated on the south side of the, hammer-shaped headland that divides the Zuari and Mandovi, is a fishing village. This is a spot to sunbathe and relax. Jet skiing is a very common sport at this beach.
Kala Academy

The Kala Academy is a vibrant representation of the culture and art of the people of Goa and this is expressed in the scores of events held in its premises. Audiences in the Kala Academy have three venues to choose from, the Dinanath Mangeshkar Kala Mandir (AC Auditorium), the Open Amphi-theatre and the Exhibition Hall. The Kala Academy has also four Schools of Music viz. The School of Indian Music, The School of Western Music, The School of Drama and The School Of Dance. Performances ranging from concerts to plays and varied exhibitions held from time to time form a major attraction for Goa's people and tourists. Even the casual entertainment-seeker will find a host of programs catering to a wide range of interests.

Opening Hours: 09:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Closed on: 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM Everyday

Panjim Market

A must-visit for all those who wish to carry a bit of Goa back with them, Panjim market offers a variety of goods like Wines, Cashew Nuts, Local Handicrafts, Goan spices and also has a multiplex and an array of eateries in the vicinity.
Offering amazing variety and price, Goa is a shopaholics dream in its true sense. Shopping in Goa is a mix of bargaining at the flea market, indulging into luxurious shopping at a plush mall, buying specialized fashion clothing and accessories from a designer boutique, scouting shops that sell eccentric beach wear and tees, or visiting book-stores that have everything from mythological to fiction. However, tourists in Goa have a keen interest towards hovering in mid-week flea markets or night bazaars that feature chirping voices, multifarious colors and where bargaining is on full. So, if you are a shopaholic , go on and read all about the best markets for shopping in Goa.
River Cruise Point

The Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC) runs a variety of river cruises on the Mandovi river — daytime, sunset and moonlight. There are two types of day cruises -- from the Panaji jetty, down the Mandovi into the Zuari bay and up the Mandovi to Aldona and a mineral water spring. A few private firms also offer a variety of imaginative cruises or boat tours for sunset views as well as for crocodile or dolphin spotting.

Opening Hours: 05:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Closed on: NA

Entrance Fee: Rs. 300/- per Adult and Child
(Children below 3' fit height is free)