The state capital of Goa, Panaji or Panjim is a beautiful tourism destination known for its laidback vibe and buildings of Portuguese colonial era. As beautiful are the concrete structures, so are the promenades, clean streets, beaches and churches. The old houses at this town with its red tiled roofs and overhanging balconies reflect an old-world charm and evokes nostalgia. The best sightseeing tours in Panaji are plenty. One can take part in the heritage walks and discover the Hindu and Portuguese heritage of Goa. Walk along the Tobacco Square, The Casa De Moeda (Mint House) through Corte de Outeiro to the Catholic dominated precinct of Fontainhas, Chapel of Saint Sebastian and Fonte Phoenix. For those seeking an adrenaline rush, take part in adventurous treks to Dudhsagar waterfalls and Todo waterfall. How about exploring Goa and its picturesque coastline by hopping onto a houseboat. For those who want to get familiar with the old Goa specially the beautiful churches there, embark on an Old Goa tour.
There are many spice plantations dotting the picturesque place and one can visit these places during a guided tour and wind up by enjoying a Goan meal. While spotting fishes and aquatic creatures underwater is common at Goa, catching a sight of dolphin is something unique and a special attraction in Goa. Spotting dolphins in the luxury of the yachts is now possible. Thanks to the guided tours wherein you can spot the people-friendly creatures in their natural habitat, under the guidance of dolphin spotting experts. Enjoy these delightful mammals showing off their tricks and flips at Miramar beach. Other activities that could be enjoyed at Panaji are trekking at Udaan Dongor, trip to Grand Island, shopping at local markets and much more. The best time to visit Panaji is between December to March as the temperature hovers around 30 degrees Celsius making it ideal for the best sightseeing tours in Panaji.