Cabo De Rama Fort, AgondaCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: Cola, Goa, India, Agonda
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +91-8322424001
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Historical Site, Fort
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Cabo De Rama Fort
54.22% of people who visit Agonda include Cabo De Rama Fort in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
42.33% of people plan their visit to Cabo De Rama Fort between 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, Agonda Reviews
Well its a bit far off from the main South Goa hustle... Off the main highway lies this quiet, serene and beautiful fort which offers spectacular views of the sea... There is no entry fees and one can visit chapel within the fort premises... This fort calls for an adventurous "you" !! You might have to climb, duck or jump across to reach some hidden places of the fort which offers spectacular views of the sunset !! If you ever plan to visit South Goa, do plan this !
A serene 1763 fortress, with a mesmerizing view of the ocean. It's worth taking the effort to do the short 10 min hike right to the end, where you'll be treated to an abandoned chapel & solitude with a stunning sunset for company. Do carry a bottle of water & please take it back with you, don't litter. :)
If you're touring around Goa in this area, rent some mopeds and drive to this fort. The roads are perfect for scooters and it's super cheap. The fort area is beautiful and mostly vacant. A couple of friends and I explored the area and went swimming around the rocks in the ocean below.
If you are looking for sunset, it might not be the place or you should reach a quite early. There is a graveyard inside the fort which looks pretty haunting post sunset. Also be aware of monkeys. Recommendation is to complete site seeing at fort at least half an hour before sunset and move back from the fort just a little. There is a plateau and few restaurants around it. I believe from there the sunset could be fascinating.
Very good place. This place is an example for both the beauty of nature and of the fort. While visiting remember to get the water from outside, it will take long time to cover the fort.