Dental Tourism

Feeling aesthetically pleased with yourself provides you the much needed confidence and enhances your physical beauty.

Research across countries and continents by various renowned universities has proven that attractive people are considered to be more persuasive and possess the key personality traits such as strong social skills which in turn convert to effective communication and other soft skills. Attractive people

• Are viewed as healthier
• Have ease in finding mates
• Are considered to be relatively intelligent
• More persuasive
• Have the possibility of higher earnings
• Socially better accepted
• Are perceived as more likable and trust worthy

Good looks would naturally take us further in life. Feeling good about ones beauty ensures being in a good mood always, it improves the positive facial muscles and avoids unnecessary wrinkles due to stress and unhappiness. Whether in personal lives or the business arena the significance of being aesthetically presentable is imperative. Thus it is essential in life to feel attractive and beautiful.

Modern lifestyle and individual dietary habits have led to a spike in the incidents of dental and oral health problems, needing immediate dental treatments. Even with increased awareness towards care for the teeth and oral cavity people tend to neglect dental health. It is challenging to find appropriate solution to dental problems from the financial perspective, busy work schedule.

To overcome the challenges, Dental tourism is the right solution. It helps to create solutions for the dental problems and providing the much needed vacation. Dental tourism provides an opportunity to get dental treatment outside the country where one lives at a price that is lower along with an opportunity to have a vacation and unwind oneself. The cost of the dental care and treatment, travel, food, accommodations, and side trips to places of tourist attractions is less than the price of the dental care in one’s own country.

The process flow is as follows

1. Traveler either contacts the dental surgeon or tour operators. All queries are answered and a schedule is decided
2. All documents are arranged by agents or tour operators
3. Traveler visit the tourist country
4. Dental treatment is done or started
5. Post treatment or during procedures, the traveler visits the places of tourist attraction. The trip maybe self planned by the tourist for which itinerary assistance maybe sought from the dental office. Tour operators maybe engaged to provide necessary support.
6. Traveler may need to visit the dentist for the completion of the procedure or a follow-up as required.
7. Traveler departs the country and remains in regular contact with the dentist

Why India for dental treatment and tourism?

India is gaining significance as a favored destination for dental treatment and tourism owing to its advanced infrastructure and technology which is at par with the advanced countries. We provide world class facilities at an economical price. We have trained dental experts who have the experience of treating more than a 10 million cases to their credit each, coupled with the latest dental facilities.

The advantage India and in Dhotrad’s Sunny Dental Clinics is

• Quality dental care at a fraction of the cost of similar treatment in the western world
• Reduced waiting time
• Improved sterilization techniques
• Lower medication price
• Comfort level
• Places of tourist interests
• Prices that are the same for the citizens of the local country
• Knowledge of English the global lingua franca
• We understand our patients and their needs

Comparative price of common treatment

Dental Treatment Private Dental Clinics Prices Dhotrad’s Sunny Dental Clinics Consultation/Examination £ 26 - 105 £ 5 X-ray (small) £ 19 - 24 £ 3 X-ray (Panoramic) £ 24 £ 10 Teeth Scaling complete mouth £ 26- 32 £ 15 - 20 Tooth extraction £ 47 - 126 £ Wisdom tooth extraction £ 130 £ 30 - 65 Tooth filling (Amalgam) £ 42 - 78 £ Tooth filling (Tooth Colour) £ 42 - 162 £ Inlay/Onlay £ 300 - 325 £ Bridge/Crown (porcelain-metal alloy) per tooth £ 300 - 700 £ Non metal Bridge/Crown (all ceramic) per tooth £ £ Root canal treatment (RCT) per tooth £ 300 - 400 £ Veeners per tooth £ 300 - 350 £ Dentures full £ 500 - 800 £ Implant per tooth £ 2000 £ 400 Whitening per complete jaw £ 305 £ £ £

Choose the best value, not the cheapest quote. As with so many things in life, the lowest price is not always the best value.

Time required for some treatment after initial consultation

• Root Canal treatment
- 2 visits of 30 to 45 minutes each
• Crown/ Bridges
– 3 visits of 30 to 45 minutes each in a week
• Tooth filling (single)
- An hour to an hour and a half
• Implants
– Requires 2 visits for the complete procedure. The first visit for 5 days and the second visit for duration of 2 weeks, after a period of 3 to 4 months. In special and justified cases the procedure may be completed in a single visit.

You may enjoy the time in between the treatment procedures to soak in the beauty of the historical monuments, waterfalls, reservoirs, wildlife sanctuaries and check off the items on your bucket list and fulfill your dreams.

You may fulfill your dream of

• Photography of monuments, serene water bodies, flaura and fauna • Water rafting • Camping • Trekking • Trekking for bird watching, insect watching, studying trees • Discovering the relationship of a human with nature • Be in complete harmony with nature • Living the Indian life completely surrounded by beautiful nature

“Experiences, as fleeting as they may be, deliver more lasting happiness than things.”

Let your experience become a part of your identity.

Places of Significance

Within 10 kilometers

Unkal Lake:

Unkal Lake is beautiful water spot in Hubli & is about 110 years old. This lake is spread across 200 acres of land. Centre of the lake is situated the statue of Swami Vivekananda which is the prime attraction of the lake.

Nrupatunga Hill:

One of the most popular spots in the town, Nrupatunga Hill serves as a picnic spot for the citizens of Hubli-Dharwad and tourists alike. The hillock provides a panoramic view of the entire cityscape amidst a green and serene atmosphere. It is a very beautiful place, ideal for bird watching and trekking.

Chandramouleshwar Temple:

On the banks of the Unkal lake beside the Nrupatunga Hills in the Hubli-Dharwad city is a 900-year-old temple of Chandramouleshwara. Lord Shiva is the deity of the temple. The temple has marvelous sculptures that attract any art lover. Due to its archeological importance, the temple is preserved under the Archeological Survey of India under the Act 1958 on Ancient Monuments and Archaeological sites.

Siddharooda Math:

Swami Sidharoodha is known to have been a famous spiritual leader during the times of the independence struggle. The Siddharoodha Math is an excellent shrine that features a marble statue of Swami Sidharoodha. It is a beautifully carved marble statue and a prime attraction of this renowned shrine.


Moorusaviramath is in the heart of the city Hubli, Karnataka, India. About 800 years ago, Sri Channabasavanna and his 3000 disciples stayed here for some days on their way to the pilgrimage.

Kittur Rani Channamma Circle:

The Kittur Rani Channamma Circle is very famous landmark circle in Hubli.

Saint Joseph’s Church:

St Joseph’s Church, established in 1890, is one of the oldest churches of Hubli. The newly constructed architecturally beautiful Church was inaugurated in 2013, in place of the old one.

Indira Gandhi Memorial Glasshouse:

The Indira Gandhi memorial glass house is an excellent glasshouse that hosts numerous exhibitions and events. One can find beautiful gardens surrounding this area. The finest attractions of this place include the toy train, the musical fountain show and the various beautiful sculptures that are a part of the garden.

Sai Mandir:

This temple of Shirdi Saibaba built on a spacious 30,000 Sq.Ft area of land is situated opposite Unkal Railway Station.

ISKCON Temple:

ISKCON’s “Sri Krishna Balarama” Temple is located at Rayapur by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). The Temple shares striking similarity with the model of the Temple of ISKCON in Bangalore. The ISKCON’s Akshaya Patra kitchen provides midday meals to around 80,000 schoolchildren of the twin city of Hubli and Dharwad.

Akshaya Patra Kitchen:

Hailed as one of the largest kitchens in the world, Akshaya Patra is the result of an extraordinary public-private partnership to address one of India's greatest challenges - to ensure that its next generation becomes healthy, educated adults and productive members of Indian society.

Law University:

The Karnataka State Law University is an Indian state university in Navanagar, Hubli. It was established in January, 2009 by the government of Karnataka with a campus spread over 55 acres of land.

Within 10 to 50 kilometers

Utsav Rock Garden:

Utsav Rock Garden is an indoor and outdoor sculpture museum located at Gotagodi, Shiggaon Taluk at Haveri district in Karnataka. It Utsav Rock Garden consists of life like sculptures depicting North Karnataka culture. Various murals, all which are hand-crafted are arranged in prosaic manner.

Agadi Thota:

Located just about an hour's drive to the south of Hubli is a lush 30-acre farm called Agadi Thota that gives you an insight into North Karnataka's rural life.


Sadhanakeri is a park honouring the great Kannada poet Da Ra Bendre. There is even a lovely Kannada song ' Baro Sadhanakerige".


Nuggikeri Hanuman Temple is situated around 7.5 km from Dharwad, Karnataka, India. Nuggikeri Hanuman Temple is an ancient temple in Dharwad.

Karnatak University Dharwad:

Karnatak University is a state university in Dharwad district, in the state of Karnataka in India. It was established in October 1949 and officially inaugurated in March 1950.

Dharwad Regional Science Center:

Dharwad Regional Science Centre is situated in the pristine Karnataka University Campus in Dharwad surrounded by a natural ambience with an aura of academic ambience. This Centre is an ideal place to engage the young and old alike in creative activities of the science centre and for spreading scientific temper among its visitors.

University of Agricultural Sciences Dharwad:

University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad is a state agriculture university established by the Government of Karnataka which imparts education, research and extension activities in the fields of agriculture, forestry, food science, agricultural marketing and home science.

Indian Institute Of Technology Dharwad:

Indian Institute of Technology Dharwad (IIT Dharwad) is an autonomous premier Science and Technology Institute established by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India in 2016.

Neerasagar Reservoir:

Neerasagar Reservoir, a source of water supply to Hubli – Dharwad is beautiful picnic spot situated close to Hubli-Dharwad.

Murugha Math:

A revered place for all the Lingayat followers. This Math imparts spirituality besides providing free boarding and Hostel facilities to thousands of needy students.

Hebich Memorial Church Dharwad:

One of the oldest church in Dharwad, established in 1845 by the Basel Missionaries. A simple yet beautiful Gothic structure with lot of open space around it. The structure is almost in its original condition.

Between 50 and 100 kilometers


Home to the historic Kittur Fort, Kittur is a popular tourist attraction in Karnataka, 50 km from Belgaum. The little town attracts scores of tourists with its grand palaces, monuments and statues. The main attraction is the Kittur Fort. Also known as Kittur Chennamma Fort, it holds immense historical significance. The fort once served as the residence of the brave ruler Rani Chennamma, who led one of the first freedom struggles of India.


Located on the Western Ghats of Uttara Karnataka, Dandeli also known as the ‘Adventure Capital of South India’ is bestowed with the lush green forests and lies on the banks of the Kali river. It is renowned for its numerous fantastic adventure opportunities


Ulvi temple and cave close to Dandeli is home to the most famous pilgrimage place Shri Ulavi Channabasaveshwara Temple situated in the heart of the forest and attracts lacks of tourists every year.

Supa Dam:

Supa Dam is built across Kalinadi or Kali river in state of Karnataka in India. The dam is situated at GaneshaGudi, which is in Joida taluk of Uttara Kannada district. The power house at the foot of the dam has two electricity generators of fifty megawatt each.


Lakkundi and area around has lot of temple ruins such as Mallikarjuna, Someshwara and Lakshminarayana temple. Lakkundi is a place of special interest for people with interest in architecture and history as there are as many temples and hundreds of stepped wells and dozens of inscriptions belonging to Chalukya and Hoysalas period.

Nandgad Hills:

Nandgad is a small village 75 Kms from Hubli. There is a holy cross atop a hill at the entrance of the village. Legend says – Deadly plague had been haunting the villages around Nandgad and had brought many deaths. Tired of these deadly occurring, the people here prayed and vowed to God that they would erect Christ’s cross on one of the hills. To everyone’s astonishment that the plague really disappeared and haunts them no more.

Yellamma Temple, Savadatti:

Yellamma Temple, also known as Renuka Temple, is a temple of Goddess Renuka and a pilgrimage destination located about 5 kilometers away from the town of Saundatti. It is situated on a hilltop known earlier as Siddhachal Parvat and now known as "Yellamma Gudi", named after the temple. The Temple is built in the Chalukya and Rashtrakuta Style of architecture. The carvings in the Temple indicate Jain architecture.


Nestled in the thick forests of the Western Ghats in the Uttara Kannada district, Yellapur, at an elevation of 1774 feet, has wonderful waterfalls that gush down the hills into the scenic valleys. It has some of the most awesome waterfall like Sathodi Falls, Magod Falls, Vibhuti Falls, Unchalli Falls and Shirley Falls to name some.

Between 100 and 200 kilometers


Badami, formerly known as Vatapi, is a town and headquarters of a taluk by the same name, in the Bagalkot district of Karnataka, India. It was the regal capital of the Badami Chalukyas from AD 540 to 757. It is famous for its rock cut structural temples.


Belur, situated close to Badami is home to ancient Temples, such as Narayan Temple and Ishwar Temple, built by the Chalukyas


Pattadakal, formerly known as Raktapura, is a small town in the Bagalkot district of north Karnataka, India. It is famous for its UNESCO world heritage site. Pattadakal region was settled in pre-historic times, as evidence by megalithic dolmens.


Aihole, also referred to as Aivalli, Ahivolal or Aryapura, is a historic site of ancient and medieval era Buddhist, Hindu and Jain monuments in Karnataka, India dated from the sixth century through the twelfth century CE, though the most of the surviving monuments date from the 7th to 10th centuries.


Bijapur, officially known as Vijayapura, is the district headquarters of Bijapur District of Karnataka state of India. It is also the headquarters for Bijapur Taluka. Bijapur city is well known for its historical monuments of architectural importance built during the rule of the Adil Shahi dynasty. Famous for the Gol Gumbaj the second largest dome in the world and Ibrahim Rauza which is considered to be the Taj Mahal of the Deccan


Hampi, the city of ruins, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Situated in the shadowed depth of hills and valleys in the state of Karnataka, this place is a historical delight for travelers. Surrounded by 500 ancient monuments, beautiful temples, bustling street markets, bastions, treasury building and captivating remains of Vijayanagar Empire, Hampi is a backpacker's delight.


Sirsi is a town in Uttara Kannada (North Canara) district. It is one of the best tourist destinations in the Malnad region. Here is situated the very famous for Shri Marikamba Temple which attracts large number of devotees from the states of Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra.


Gokak is also known for its old Hindu Temples. The most famous once are Mahalingeshwara temple, Savalagi Shivalinga Matha, Yogikolla temple and Duradundeshwara temple in Arabhavi. Mahalingeshwara temple is well-known and is located on the Ghataprabha Riverside near Gokak water-falls.

Gokak Falls:

Popularly known as the Niagara of India, Gokak Falls is one of the prettiest in the country. It sources its water from the Ghataprabha river, which takes a leap of 170 ft over a horseshoe-shaped sandstone cliff after a long winding course. The cliff is nestled in a picturesque gorge of the Gokak Valley.

Jog Falls:

These are the highest waterfalls in the state and the second highest plunge waterfall in Asia. One has to visit this sublime spot to even be able to imagine the roaring beauty of the Sharavati river falling in a multi-streamed plunge from the emerald green forests around the falls. The mighty falls is about 253 m high. The four different water streams into which the river splits after the initial plunge are locally referred to as Raja, Rani, Roarer and Rocket. Just behind the falls, the fierce flow of the Sharavati river is tamed by the Linganamkki Dam that stores huge amounts of the river's water.


Goa is India's smallest state, nestled in the Western Ghats and unlike any other, known for its white-sand beaches along the Arabian Sea, stellar nightlife, eclectic seafood, and world-heritage listed architecture. Its long history as a Portuguese colony prior to 1961 is evident in its preserved 17th-century churches and the area’s tropical spice plantations.

Top Places to Visit In Goa

Goa Carnival:

The Goa Carnival is a legacy of the Portuguese rule and has grown from being a quiet event to a popular, massive scale festival, attracting thousands of tourists from India and abroad. One of the most awaited occasions in the state, the carnival has a long history of its origin, stretching back right to the ancient Roman Empire. The atmosphere is charged with spectacular parades, dances, musical events and the great food, all of which are major crowd pullers.

Basilica of Bom Jesus:

This historic church is located in Goa and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built in the year 1594 and consecrated in 1605. The Basilica houses the tomb and remains of St. Francis Xavier. Even after 400 years, the remains are in a good condition and are taken out once every decade.

Se Cathedral:

Se Cathedral, or Sé Catedral de Santa Catarina, is one of the largest churches in Asia. Located in Old Goa, it is dedicated to Saint Catherine. It is a famous landmark in Goa exhibiting Portuguese-Manueline architectural style.

Calangute Beach:

Calangute is a largest beach in north Goa stretching from Candolim to Baga. Due to its sheer size and popularity, it is a hub for tourists and backpackers from all over the world.

Dudhsagar Falls:

Dudhsagar Falls (literally Sea of Milk) is a four-tiered waterfall located on the Mandovi River in the Indian state of Goa. One of the tallest Indian waterfalls, it has an average width of 100 feet and a height of 1017 feet.

Miramar Beach:

One of the only two beaches in Panjim, Miramar Beach is the longest beach in Goa stretching as far as 2 km. With silvery sand and palm trees, it is popular for picnics, barbecue parties, water sports and dolphin spotting cruises.

Fort Aguada:

Fort Aguada is a 17th-century Portuguese fort looking out at the confluence of Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea. The highlight of the fort is a lone four-storey lighthouse (which is one-of-its-kind in Asia) and a stunning view of the sunset.

Baga Beach:

One of the most popular beaches in North Goa, Baga Beach is located close to Calangute beach. Baga is the perfect destination to witness the dazzling nightlife of Goa.

Cruise in Goa:

Cruise in Goa allows one to explore the exotic scenery, pristine waters and marvel the breathtaking view of the sunset. There are several types of cruises in Goa ranging from simple evening cruises, elaborate and romantic dinner cruises, backwater cruises, and casino cruises.

Anjuna Beach:

Anjuna Beach is among the most popular beaches in North Goa, stretching almost 2km. A hippie paradise of sorts it is characterized by its rocky outcrops. From family outings to adrenaline-filled adventures, Anjuna Beach is famed for its golden coastline, nightclubs, beach shacks, water sports, full-moon parties and flea markets.

Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Church:

Located in Panjim, Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Church is one of the most popular and also one of the oldest chapels in Goa. Built in a Portuguese Baroque style, the church is located on a slight elevation, on a hillock. It is known to house the second largest church bells in Goa.

Dona Paula:

Dona Paula is one of the most popular tourist hangouts in Goa famous for its vast stretch of beach. The small beach is also popular as the Lover's Paradise and features a jetty (Dona Paula Jetty) adjacent to it.

Chapora Fort:

Chapora Fort, located 10 km away from Mapusa, is undeniably one of the most famous forts in Goa. Built by the Portuguese in 1717, Chapora Fort has a long and fascinating history attached to it.

Butterfly Beach:

A little to the south of Palolem in Cancona region of Goa lies the Butterfly Beach. This beach, also known as Honeymoon Beach, is in the form of a small cove surrounded by dense trees.

Arambol Beach:

Beautiful and serene, Arambol Beach is among the best beaches of North Goa and is relatively unexploited by tourist activities. Considered to be one of the most spectacular beaches in Goa, Arambol beach has a distinct Bohemian feel to it, which attracts tourists from all over the world.

Vagator Beach:

Vagator beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa. It is famous for its soft white sands and imposing but beautiful rocky cliffs. The beach is divided into two major parts, namely Little Vagator, also known as Ozran Beach, and Big Vagator. It is also popular for its sweeping panoramic views, beach shacks and trance parties.

Palolem Beach:

Palolem Beach, located in the South Goa is one of the most beautiful beaches of the Union Territory has to offer. Mostly unspoiled, the beach is often flocked with foreign tourists.

Colva Beach:

One of the most happening beaches in South Goa, Colva beach is mainly renowned for its shopping and phenomenal nightlife. The beach is full of shacks and eating joints.

Morjim Beach:

Morjim is sometimes referred to as "Little Russia" owing to the large population of Russian immigrants staying here. Morjim beach is home to exotic species of birds and some rare endangered animals such as sea turtles.

Candolim Beach:

Candolim Beach lies around 15 kms ahead of Panjim, along the stretch of Fort Aguada. Forming a part of the trio of Calangute, Baga and Candolim party beaches in Goa, this beach is known for its pulsating nightlife and thrilling water sports.

Cavelossim Beach:

With magnificent black rocks that contrast with the white sand shores of this idyllic beach, the Cavelossim Beach is located in South Goa. Cleaner and quieter than the clichéd party beaches of Goa, it is the perfect spot for travelers looking to enjoy the endless expanse of the clear blue waters.

Church of Saint Cajetan:

The Church of Saint Cajetan, located in Old Goa close to the Se Cathedral, is one of the most beautiful churches in Goa. The only surviving domed structure in Goa, the church is admired for its wonderful and graceful architecture that reminds of Basilica of St. Peter in Rome.

The Butterfly Conservatory of Goa:

The Butterfly Conservatory of Goa is a butterfly sanctuary and garden in the Ponda district of Goa. Spread over 4000 square meters, it is designed as a place to stroll and absorb in the serene beauty of nature.

Sri Mahadeva Temple:

Sri Mahadeva Temple, Tambdi Surla is one of the oldest temples in Goa to Lord Shiva. The inner sanctum of temple has a Shiva Linga mounted on a raised pedestal. There is also a statue of headless Nandi. The locals believe that there is a huge king cobra permanently sitting near the Shiva Linga.

Tiracol Fort:

Across the Terekhol river from the Querim beach in North Goa lies the majestic Tiracol Fort. Once a crucial part of the maritime defense, it now serves as Fort Tiracol Heritage Hotel. It is popular for an unbeatable panoramic view of the Arabian Sea.

Galgibaga Beach:

With clear waters meeting a silver sand shore populated by rows of swaying coconut palm trees the Galgibaga beach is one of Goa’s most scenic hidden gems. Along with its unspoilt natural charm, the Galgibaga beach is also one of the three beaches of Goa known to be a nesting site for the Olive Ridley turtles.

Velsao Beach:

Velsao Beach located in South Goa is one of the beaches in Goa which is popular amongst foreign tourists. The golden sand beach is ideal for walking along the seashore and simply relaxing. Despite being a sizable coast, Velsao Beach is not as crowded as the other beaches of Goa.

Cansaulim Beach:

Part of India’s second longest beach stretch, the quiet Cansaulim Beach is a beautiful little stretch of golden sands and palm groves. An extension of the massive Velsao beach stretch, this idyllic little beach is considered one of the best beaches in Goa for water sports.

Majorda Beach:

One of the more crowded beaches of South Goa, Majorda beach is an enchanting destination filled with golden sands and swaying palms that are met by the calm azure waters of the Arabian Sea. One can see a whole range of activity on this beach, from water sports to lazing on the beach or chilling in one of the many shacks.

Mangeshi Temple:

Mangeshi Temple or Shri Mangueshi Temple is Lord Shiva temple located in the Mangeshi village in Ponda region of Goa. The largest and most visited temple in Goa, it is built in the honour of Bhagwan Manguesh. The 450-year old temple is known for its stunning architecture with grand domes and a magnificent water tank.

Shri Shantadurga Temple:

Shri Shantadurga Temple is one of the largest temple complexes in Goa. It is dedicated to Goddess Durga who is one of the patron deities of the Gaud Saraswat Brahmins. The temple was built around 1715 AD.

The Holy Cross Shrine:

Well known all around Goa as Fulancho Khuris i.e. Cross of Flowers in Bambolim witnesses visitors all day all night without regards to the weather. The Holy Cross Shrine stands right behind this miraculous cross. Compared to the other churches in North Goa, the Holy Cross Shrine is a more recent construct.

Shri Mahalaxmi Temple:

Shri Mahalaxmi Temple - Bandora is dedicated to Goddess Mahalakshmi with quite a unique feature - a Linga on the head of the deity. The deity was worshipped by the Silahara rulers and the Kadamba Kings.

Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary:

Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park is a 240 square kilometers protected area located in the Western Ghats India. This sanctuary contains pristine vegetation classified as West Coast tropical evergreen forests, West Coast semi-evergreen forests and moist deciduous forests.

Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary:

Named after a famous ornithologist, Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary houses the natural habitat along the River Mandovi. The sanctuary has paved walkways amidst the gorgeous estuarine mangroves that make bird watching a delightfully experience to observe the local and migratory bird species.

Caves of Khandepar:

Caves of Khandepar are four ancient rock-cut caves located in a jungle near Khandepar Village dating back roughly to the 12th century. They were discovered in 1970 and have two interconnected caves, while the other two are free standing.

Fort Aguada Jail:

Located at the bottom of Aguada Fort, Fort Aguada Jail is famous for its panoramic view, architecture and historic significance. It was once the largest jail in the state used to imprison legal offenders. but since 2015 it is open to the public as a heritage site.

Tambadi Surla Waterfalls:

One of the most mesmerizing waterfalls of the region, Tambadi Surla Waterfalls flow in Surla in Goa. The waterfalls are enveloped in dense forests giving it the very enticing mystical charm. The highlight of the spot is also a heritage temple situated at the base of the waterfalls.

Kesarval Waterfalls:

Situated in Quelossim in Goa, Kesarval Waterfalls, also known as Kesarval Spring is another mesmerizing waterfalls in Goa. Ideal for swimming and other water activities, the waterfalls are crowded with eagles in the forests inhabiting the forests of betel palm plantations.

Divar Island:

Located at a distance of 10 km from Panjim in Goa, Divar Island is a slice of heaven tucked away in dense woods amidst the beauty of nature. Connected to Old Goa only through ferry service, this island is synonymous with natural beauty, serenity and tranquillity. Commonly recognized as a ‘village stuck in time’; the area is still unexplored and unexploited by tourism or commercialization as it is disconnected from city life.

Chorao Island:

Located at a distance of 5 km from the state capital Panaji, Chorao Island is the largest of the 17 islands present in Goa. Boasting of old world charm, dainty cottages and narrow muddy pathways, the island is a slice of heaven tucked away in time.

Big Foot Cross Museum or Ancestral Goa Museum:

Ancestral Goa Museum is an open air museum, presenting a glimpse into the rural life of Goa. Also known as bigfoot, this museum stand beautifully at a small village called as Loutolim. A popular tourist spot. The sculpture of Saint Mirabai, a 14 meters long carving which was carved out by MJA Alavres in about 30 days is the main attraction here at the Ancestral Goa Museum. The longest laterite sculpture in India, this sculpture boasts of making its place in the Limca book of records for the same.