These 7 walkways and roads in Goa will soon have you falling in love with Goa's abundant natural beauty.
As you head inland towards Canacona, prepare to be amazed by the breathtaking sight of terraced paddy fields.
Panjim, the capital of Goa, is a well-planned city with many gardens -- perfect for an evening stroll or some relaxing downtime.
Just like Parra's famous coconut palm-lined road, Goa has many villages with equally scenic roads, flanked by trees.
A narrow road leads to the Chapel of Three Kings in Cansaulim, situated on a hilltop, which offers stunning views of the surrounding paddies and more as far as the eye can see.
If you're in South Goa, be sure to visit Cabo De Rama, a magnificent fortress in the midst of lush greenery and a vast blue sea. The verdant hills and valleys here will leave you invigorated and refreshed.
Rain or shine, Paroda is blissful, with paddy fields and green mountains framing the view.
Divar Island comes to life during the monsoons, when charming greenery cascades over the narrow, winding roads.