Agonda is a 3 km long lovely cove of white sand. There are no tourists, no souvenir stalls, no restaurants–just calmness and tranquility. The trees, the big beautiful ocean, the beach and you. It’s long and lonely, fringed with palms and casuarinas and dominated by a large hill. The best way is by a motors or scooter bicycle. It is not safe to swim out too much on this beach. There are no commodities available here and you need to carry all of the essential stuff.
It also makes for a fantastic day trip from Colva and Covelossim. For a real experience, hire a tent and camp for the night.
Not is Cabo de Rama, untouched by most of the visitors in this region. The atmosphere of this fort creates a feeling of play and history which very few would fail to love. The fort is named after Rama, hero of the Hindu epic Ramayana. According to legend, Rama stayed here throughout the span of his 12-year exile.