Experience Mulgao in Goa through its folk culture, heritage

Join Make It Happen's newest heritage walk in Mulgao village and immerse yourself in Goan village life and sustainable practices!
Goa's ethos is intricately woven into its village life.
Goa's ethos is intricately woven into its village life. Photo: Make It Happen

Discover the wonders of Mulgao, a Goan village rich in history, traditional customs, and age-old heritage, by joining Make It Happen's latest tour on November 14, 2023.

The tour will delve into enchanting temples, coconut plantations, sustainable methods, and numerous other intriguing elements.

Participants will get a peek into some of the traditional customs and heritage of Mulgao.
Participants will get a peek into some of the traditional customs and heritage of Mulgao. Photo: Make It Happen

Furthermore, participants will have the opportunity to enjoy a musical performance and gain knowledge about the importance of coexisting with the environment in a society that promotes sustainability.

Mulgao is also known for temples and shrines. There are over fifty temples and shrines in Mulgao. Participants will also get a glimpse of history of the place.

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One can gain knowledge about coconut plantation in Goa and know about its various uses. Additionally, one can learn about the extent of dependence of the local population on coconuts.

For those seeking a peaceful retreat and a taste of authentic Goa, Mulgao is a hidden gem worth exploring.

DETAILS

WHEN: November 14, 2023

WHERE: Mulgao, North Goa

CONTACT: 9764972646

INSTAGRAM: @makeithappen.co.in

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