Goa India

Chapora Fort in North Goa is also known from Bollywood

Chapora Fort is a fortress on the hill of Chapora in North Goa and the name of Chapora was given to the fort by the Portuguese. The fortress was built a few hundred years ago and today there are only ruins left.

The Fort is a great afternoon trip destination for Goa travelers. The sunset view is great from top of the Chapora hill. You will also get to see Vagator beach in the South and Morjim beach in the North of Goa.

Fort Chapora wall in North Goa
Fort Chapora wall in North Goa in 2006
Chapora Fort wall and hill at dusk
Chapora Fort wall and the hillside at dusk
North Goan hills near Chapora
North Goan hills and palm trees near Chapora
View from Fort Chapora towards Morjim
Chapora hill and view of Morjim Beach in North Goa
View from Fort Chapora towards Anjuna
Chapora hill and the view towards Anjuna hill in Goa
View from Fort Chapora towards sunset
Fort Chapora and view of Vagator Beach at sunset

Fort Chapora has also become famous in India for the Bollywood film Dil Chahta Hai from 2001. Dil Chahta Hai is one of the best movies filmed in Goa.

Next you can watch a short video of Fort Chapora in North Goa made by me –

Short video of Fort Chapora

Check also my work INDIVUE – Trip to Goa, of which this video is a part of. Subscribe my blog and YouTube channel so you won’t miss the updates!

You can read about this Chapora Fort also in Finnish!

Goa India video

All the beaches in Goa in 1 minute (video)

What if you could experience all the beaches in Goa, India, from North Goa to South Goa, in just one minute – well check this video out!

The video begins from Tiracol Fort and Querim Beach in North Goa, and it will take you down the Goan coastline from North to South Goa. The video will give you a glimpse of Arambol, Vagator, Anjuna, Baga, Candolim, Sinquerim, Dona Paula, Bogmalo, Velsao, Arossim, Majorda, Betalbatim, Colva, Benaulim, Varca, Cavelossim, Agonda, Palolem, Patnem, Raj Bagh, Talpona and many other beaches in North and South Goa as well. All this in just one minute.

Photographs by Indivue, as usual.

Note: You can adjust the speed of this video to your liking with your YouTube-settings.

After watching this video you might be interested in knowing more about the beaches in Goa. You can read more about them in the updated post about All the beaches in Goa here.

For all the Finnish readers interested in Goa and its beaches INDIVUE has this article.

Read more about Goa and traveling in Goa from Travel Opus to Goa. Be prepared for getting some nice ideas for your next trip to the western coast of India!

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