INDIVUE – Trip to Goa will guide you to the beaches and sights of Goa in India. It will have unique images, videos and travel experiences of a European travel blogger, photographer and an artist. INDIVUE has been online since 2005. It is the oldest bilingual (Finnish and English) travel and art blog originating from Finland, having facts from the past 17 years by 2022.
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Goa is a tiny state in India and a legend tells that the first European to find it was a Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama. A few hundred years later Goa was found by the Western hippies. Nowadays North Goa is the happening place for all kinds of tourists, with lots of entertainment and shops, and all the positive and negative side-effects of tourism.
Read and see more about North Goa and its beaches, sights, villages, towns and talukas from the links below. Names marked with a *star are links to videos in question.
|Anjuna Flea Market|
|*Anjuna Flea Market Beach (video)|
|*Baga Beach (video)|
|*Calangute Beach (video)|
|Ingo’s Saturday Nite Bazar|
|Mackies Saturday Night Bazar|
|*Mapusa Market (video)|
|*Sinquerim Beach (video)|
|*Vagator Beach (video)|
Central Goa does not officially exist. There is just North and South Goa, in-between which the Central Goa is located. Areas like Panaji, the capital of Goa, the Dabolim airport, the harbor city of Vasco da Gama and the area of Old Goa belong to Central Goa. Few beaches are also there, like Bogmalo Beach, Miramar Beach, Dona Paula Beach and Japanese Garden Beach.
Read more about these places in Central Goa as well as the other beaches, villages, sights and talukas in Central Goa from the links below.
MORMUGAO taluka (South Goa)
TISWADI taluka (North Goa)
South Goa has less program for tourists than North Goa. Being less crowded and more in touch with nature, it is a treasure for peaceful holidays. Many beautiful beaches and beautiful nature can be found from South Goa, like Arossim Beach, Agonda Beach, Sunset Beach, Majorda Beach, Cola Beach and Galgibaga Beach, just to name a few. Read and see more South Goan beaches, villages, sights and talukas from the links below –
|*Arossim Beach (video)|
|*Benaulim Beach (video)|
|*Betalbatim Beach (video)|
|Cabo De Rama -fort|
|*Carmona beach (video)|
|*Cavelossim Beach (video)|
|*Colva Beach (video)|
|*Colva busstand (video)|
|*Fatrade Beach (video)|
|*Madgaon Railway station (video)|
|*Margao city (video)|
|*Sernabatim Beach (video)|
|*Sunset Beach (video)|
Articles and blogposts about Goa
INDIVUE videos inspired by GOA
|Video collection: Authentic Goa|
|Travel videos inspired by Goa|
|Video exhibition: South Goa|
|All the beaches in Goa in 1 minute|
|Goa travel menu|
|Goan fishermen at work|
|* Restaurant: Joel’s Beach Shack|
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