Cabo De Rama FortCurrently Closed
- Address: Cola, Goa, India, Agonda
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +91-8322424001
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Historical Site, Fort
Cabo De Rama Fort - Review
Cabo de Rama is derived from the famous character of Ramayana, Lord Rama. The fort is associated with a mythological legend that Lord Rama accompanied by his wife Sita stayed at the Cabo de Rama fort for some time during his 14 year old exile. The atmosphere of the fort creates a sense of history and drama that very few would fail to appreciate. Located near the Agonda beach, Cabo de Rama is untouched by most of the visitors in this region. Apart from the myth that it entails, the fort also has a platform that offers spectacular views of the Arabian Sea from the hill tops and plateaus.
How To reach Cabo De Rama Fort by Public Transport
- Take a taxi.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Cabo De Rama Fort
95% of people who visit Agonda include Cabo De Rama Fort in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
39.76% of people start their Cabo De Rama Fort visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Cabo De Rama Fort
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cabo De Rama Fort
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Cabo De Rama Fort, Agonda Reviews
Decided to explore some lesser visited spots in South Goa and hence ended up at Cabo de Rama fort. The approx 1.5 hour drive was very enjoyable with lush green open fields and backwaters. The view of the sea from the Fort was a pure delight. While the place has nothing much to offer in terms of activities, One can sit on the edge for hours watching the sea. The government can surely work a bit on maintaing the fort and it can become one of the top attractions in South Goa. The place also has a beautiful church which just adds up to the beauty.
Nice place you'll be able to do adventurous things suggests that entrance fee be charged as the revenue so raised would help in maintaining the fort. It is also suggested that all undergrowth be cleared as they afford shelter to reptiles, which pose a risk to visitors. More importantly, the Cabo De Rama fort needs immediate attention from the maintenance point of view. The canons, ancient altar, historical jail and holy pond are in urgent need of attention. These are not just monuments, they are a part of our history and it is our responsibility to maintain the same.
Beautiful fort.. Chappel is well maintained important is most of the old structures give old glimpses.. so what you can expect here are breath taking sea views, green surroundings and great atmosphere. There were not many tourists may be because May when I visited was off-season. Way that leads to the fort is treat to your eyes.
One can get the essence of how this fort must have been years back.. But not at all maintained.. Infact people have written on the entrance walls and the gate is totally rusted.. Still if you are keen to go up the old broken steps you will be mesmerized to see the beauty of Arabian sea from the top of the fort.. The church stands beautiful in the premises.. Can visit this place once for sure....
There is no fort as such left... But the beach view was just fantastic.... The trees, the stone, the water, the everything about that.... You will regret if your in south goa and not visit that place... Just mind blowing.... There's also a Church inside which is also nice....... 😍
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