Sanguem is a city in the South Goa district. Sanguem is one of the five talukas that comprise the South Goa region. Sanguem and the abutting regions were under the rule of the King of Soonda amid the sixteenth century. After the Portuguese attack, Sanguem, alongside Ponda, Canacona and Quepem was converged with the Portuguese region in 1791. Despite the fact that specify of Sanguem does not invoke the picture of a visitor center point, it brags of ious attractions. The Dudhsagar falls are the fifth most noteworthy cascade in India and a traveler hotspot for its sylvan environment.
Amid the storm time frame the cascade changes into an amazing display as the Mandovi waterway falls down from a stature of 310 meters. The Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary is situated at Mollem and is the biggest natural life asylum in Goa. Spread over a zone of 240 sq. km, the haven houses the Mollem National Park in its center zone. The Tambdi Surla sanctuary is a holy journey that goes back to the Kadamba period.