Cabo De Rama Fort, Agonda
Cabo De Rama Fort, Agonda - Address, Phone Number
Address: Cola, Goa, India
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Cabo De Rama Fort, Agonda
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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Awesome views from the top. If you love hiking and exploring, this is the place for it. The trail starts from the church (on your left when you face the church) Point #1 The descent down the hill for the rocky beach. Perfect picturesque location. If you can make your way through the beach rocks towards your left you will have another magnificent view of rocky and green hill slopes with lots of coconut trees Point #2 Climb back and walk along the wall of the fort to reach sunset point - another magnificent view from there. Mind you way though the tall grass though. Don't forget to carry your best camera!
Historical place with a great views, old trees, canons and much more. Rocky beach is the most beautiful part of this fort. This place is quiet and peaceful. Just don't go alone or else you will get some spooky feels at the fort.
The journey towards this fort is beautiful, going through the different picturesque villages in south Goa. It has a small entrance, people have done some graffiti there and you will see some old relics. Once you walk down, there is a small water pond and little bit ahead you get to see one of the most breath taking view. Clear sea in front of you and the horizon
Bit underrated and less maintained place yet worth a visit if you're travelling solo or in a couple and looking for a peaceful destination to visit in goa. Tip: Find a stairs going down to a secluded rocky shore down the fort. you can really have a good time there!
One of the very old forts in the town, it gives you one the best views from the top. The fort area is largely covered with thick vegetation but once you find your way through it to the walls, it’s magnificent. Not much history is mentioned there, no guide or self explanatory placards are available.