Cabo De Rama FortCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- 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
10 AM - 11 AM
44.58% of people start their Cabo De Rama Fort visit around 10 AM - 11 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
Cabo De Rama Fort Trips
Cabo De Rama Fort, Agonda Reviews
Nice Old Portuguese fort and it is one of the best places to visit in south Goa. The beauty of this fort captivates anyone with its blue waters, it's a must visit for its breathtakingly view. Portuguese colonial era sea Fort and church. While the church remains intact, the Fort has long since become ruins, There is also a chapel inside the fort. Historic, peaceful, serene. But No shops near the fort, so be sure to take water before entering fort. Visiting this place for passing time..
This fort is a located on a tactically important location. It has sea on three side. Fort walls are present but weathering out. Inside no ancient construction seen. Only a recently built/ renovated church can be seen. Most amazing part, fort decends down on sea side and view of blue sea is mesmerizing
This is a hidden gem in South Goa. Not much of a Fort left though. We had an amazing time with our furry kids. There is a small church located inside the fort which was closed when we visited. We spent almost 2 hours, met some lovely people from Delhi. Must visit place in South Goa if you want to stay away from the crowd
You can visit there in good weather. You feel awesome. The view is nice from top. In sunny weather you will be wet in sweat.
The place is a quiet gateaway with wonderful sights of the sea and interesting paths that lead to the top of its fortification as well as, through a hidden side exit, all the way down to the sea front. It hosts a church within its walls but little else. Only this church, the outer fortification and the entrance gate makes up this place today. A lot seems to have been lost to history. This place may not be significant to the history buff but will thrill nature lovers.