After breakfast from hotel proceed to Candolim Calangute beach area in North Goa. Check-in and after fresh up proceed for the sightseeing of famous fort Agueda, Candolim beach, Calangute, Baga beach Chapora fort, Vagator beach and Arjuna beach. Evening return to hotel and overnight stay at hotel. Candolim is a small town in the western Indian state of Goa. Standing on the shores of the Arabian Sea, t/’s known for Candolim Beach and, to the north, lively Calangute Beach. In the south, the sturdy walls of Aguada Fort, built in the early 1600s under Portuguese colonial rule, surround a 19thcentury ighthouse. The whitewashed, centuries-old Church of St. Lawrence stands on a nearby hill. FortAguada is a well-preserved seventeenth-century Portuguese fort, along with a lighthouse, standing in Goa, India, on Sinquerim Beach, overlooking the Arabian Sea. It is an ASI protected Monument of National Importance in Goa. Chapora Fort located in Bardez, Goa, rises high above the Chapora River. The site as the location of a fort built by Muslim ruler Adil Shah called Shahpura. Vagator Beach in Goa offers tourists and travel enthusiasts the opportunity to have an experience of a lifetime. It is situated on the absolute northern fringes of Bardez Taluka, on the opposite side of the river Chapora, which starts from Morjim in Pernem. Towards the south of the Vagator Beach lies Anjuna, one of the oldest tourist destinations in Goa. Anjuna Beach has a rich past of hippie culture. However, this beach that stretches almost 2 km is also popular amongst families and water sports lovers. At night, Anjuna Beach becomes one of the best hubs in Goa for nightlife. At Anjuna Beach, there is one of the most popular nightclubs in Goa, Paradiso. There are a number of great eateries like Curlies that/’s perfect as a daytime hangout. Apart from its scenic beach stretch, Anjuna is also known for its Wednesday Flea Market.