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The fort overlooks the Chapora river and hence its name. Bollywood movies have been shot here for its scenic location, historical connect and rugged beauty. The best time to visit Chapora Fort is evening time because sunset sky looks spectacular from here. Moreover, when the sky paints everything…
Another beautiful spot to have 360 degrees views of Goa. The fort itself is not that impressive (only walls standing) but the views are amazing.
Panoramic views of the adjoining Vagator Beach and overlooks the Arabian Sea from all angles. The fort is located on top of a hillock with slopes on all sides and stands as beautiful ruins now.
also known as "dil chahta hai" fort because of the film . is very famous huge and again highly recommend place in North Goa. ideal time is 4-5pm
A Must Visit For Your Perfect 'Dil Chahta Hai 'Selfi or Groupie. A walk in to History of Goa. Lovely Fort build during Portuguese Times. Mesmerizing and Scenic Route. Don't miss out Vagator Bay on the way.
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