Videotrip to Aguada lighthouse in North Goa

This video tells you about the Aguada Lighthouse in North Goa. The light of it is sure to become familiar to tourists sitting on the beaches in Candolim, Calangute and Baga in the evening and the night.

A restaurant visit to a beachshack is the reason to go to the beaches of Goa after dark, after the beach guards have left. And when you think of it, what could be more wonderful than sitting on an armchair at a beach restaurant listening to good music and the sea waves and admiring the starry sky in the embrace of the warm sea breeze. March, btw., is a very good month to experience the warm sea breeze in the evening in Goa. See this video – it’s a short excursion to the lighthouse in North Goa.

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Video from Aguada Lighthouse in North Goa

The cover image of this video is taken from the lighthouse window which faces North Goa, the beaches of Candolim, Calangute and Baga.

One can reach the lighthouse by a tourist taxi and then climb the narrow stairs up to the lighthouse, which is an official and chargeable tourist attraction. There were also photographic walls nearby the lighthouse to climb on. Fort Aguada itself is located much lower near the sea – see my panoramic photo of it here.

View from Aguada lighthouse towards North Goa

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