20 Places To Visit in Goa with Family For A Memorable Trip
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Places To Visit In Goa With Family

Dudhsagar Waterfalls, Fort Aguada, Calangute Beach, Baga Beach, Candolim Beach, Mangeshi Temple, Reis Magos FortButterfly Beach and many more.

Goa is a place where you fall in love at first sight, as it is home to some of the most beautiful places in Goa to visit with family. Rarely has a visitor returned from this excellent vacation place unhappy or dissatisfied. Other than shacks, beaches, and parties, this teeny-tiny state has a lot to offer.

There are tons of best places to visit in Goa where you can head not only if you are seeking calm, peace, and tranquility but also if you are looking for raving parties, pulsating music and scintillating nightlife. Whether it is the adventure sports at Candolim Beach, quaint beach shacks at Calangute Beach or arcades of street shops and tattoo parlors by the edge of Baga Beach, the beaches of Goa will not fail to stun you. Whether it is the intriguing Portuguese forts like Aguada, Reis Magos, Cabo de Rama and Mormugao, the majestic Dudhsagar and Arvalem waterfalls, or the kid friendly Splashdown Water Park and Benz Celebrity Wax Museum, lose yourself in some of the amazing places in Goa.

Here are some of the tourist places to visit in Goa with family:

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Dudhsagar Waterfalls

Located inside the Mollem National Park, this is one of the tallest waterfalls in the country. The 310m high waterfall on the Mandovi River is segregated into 4 tiers and cascades down the hillside like thick frothy milk. The literal meaning of Dudhsagar is ‘sea of milk’ and the view that the falls present of pristine white rushing water, completely lives up to that. 

The waterfalls lie a little inland, on the Goa-Karnataka border, nearly 60 km from Panaji. You can either reach here by jeep, hired cars or even by train on the famous Dudhsagar Railway trek. The best time to visit Dudhsagar Falls is during the monsoons when the falls are in full glory.

Location: Sonaulim, Goa

Timing: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Price: Rs. 20 per person

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Fort Aguada

This Portuguese fort dates back to the 17th century and overlooks the confluence of Mandovi River with the Arabian Sea. The falling remains of Fort Aguada holds a charm of its own and stands quietly by Goa’s Sinquerim Beach, about 18 km from Panjim. A lone four-storeyed lighthouse, which is a one of its kind in the whole of Asia, that lies at one end of the fort is a main attraction here and so is the scintillating view of sunset from here.

The fort was built as a fortification from the Dutch and the Marathas in 1612 and was among the most critical structures under the Portuguese. It is named after a Portuguese word, “Agua” which translates to water and played a critical role as a replenishing source of freshwater for sailors. 

Location: Fort Aguada Rd, Aguada Fort Area, Candolim, Goa

Timing: 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM

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Calangute Beach

Located about 15 km from the capital city Panjim, this is the longest beach in North Goa, and extends all the way from Candolim to Baga. The popularity of the beach is such that it has been dubbed the “Queen of Beaches” in Goa and tourists flock here from all over the world. The beach also remains busy because of the vast number of adventure activities organized here like parasailing, jet skiing, banana boat ride and water surfing. 

The beach side is also dotted with unique eateries known as shacks where you can enjoy sumptuous seafood as well as some cool beer and cocktails. Nightlife on Calangute beach is an altogether unique experience filled with great music and beach fun. 

Location: North Goa

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Baga Beach

Home to the kind of psychedelic nightlife that Goa is so famous for, Baga Beach also hosts some of the signature places of Goa like Britto’s, Tito’s and Mambo’s around it. It is one of the most visited beaches of North Goa with an entire range of exciting water sports activities on offer.

Named after the ‘Baga creek’ that winds its way into the Arabian Sea, Baga lies around 30 km from Panjim. With arcades of littles shops for some exciting street shopping as well as designer stores along with tattoo parlors, palmistry and tarot shops, sundecks, spas and some of the best shacks, Baga Beach is a serene place that represents the essence of Goa within it. 

Location: North Goa

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Candolim Beach

As you head towards North Goa from the capital city Panjim, you will come across Candolim Beach just about 15 kms out. It is a part of the three party beaches in Goa, Calangute, Baga and Candolim, but is less crowded in comparison. It draws a lot of overseas tourists who visit here to soak in the sun, enjoy the vast variety of thrilling water sports on offer here and revel in its pulsating nightlife. 

A unique feature about Candolim that draws visitors here is the presence of scrub dunes on the shore as well as the Ship River Princess which has been here for over two decades after getting grounded on the shore. 

Location: North Goa

Mangeshi Temple

Shri Mangueshi Temple or Mangeshi Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the largest as well as most visited temples in Goa. The ancient temple built around 500 years ago draws devotees from all across the country and is known for its stunning architecture, huge domes as well as a unique water tank.

It was built in honor of Bhagwan Manguesh, the Kuldevata of Gaud Saraswat Brahmins. The temple also houses idols of Lord Shiva’s consort Goddess Parvati as well as Lord Ganesha among others. Lord Shiva is represented here in the form of the Shiva Linga.

Location: Dinanath Mangeshkar Rd, Mangeshi Village, Mardol, Goa

Timing: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM 
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Reis Magos Fort

Located on the banks of the River Bardez across Panjim, Reis Margos is the oldest fort in the state. Built in the 15th century by the Portuguese as a defense structure, the fort was later converted into a jail and then a hospital. After years of neglect, the fort was overhauled from its ruinous state and restored to its present state.

Today it stands tall, a majestic edifice with red walls and visible all the way from Panjim. It got enlisted under the Goa Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act and was opened to the public in 2012. There are regular exhibitions, fairs, performances, festivals and displays organized here to further the local culture and tradition.

Location: Nerul - Reis Margos Rd, beside Three Kings Church, Bardez, Verem, Goa

Timing: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Price: INR 50 per person

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Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church

Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, one of Goa's most prominent places to visit in Goa with family, is located on a hilltop near Panaji. The white gleaming church is known for its architecture and zigzagging flight of stairs to the top.

People refer to Our Lady of Immaculate Conception as the "Crown of Panaji," a "huge large wedding cake"-like building, and "a bride waiting at the altar." This well-known cathedral in Goa has also served as a backdrop in a number of Bollywood films. Every year in December, a one-day feast of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception is celebrated with pomp and circumstance, making it a must-see event.

Location: R. Emidio Gracia, Altinho, Panaji, Goa 403001

Timing: 9.30 AM - 12.30 PM, 3.00 PM - 5.30 PM

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Butterfly Beach

Tucked within the southern crevices of Palolem, this cozy little beach is also known as Honeymoon Beach owing to its picturesque setting amid dense trees. The beach is accessible mostly by ferry or boat ride from other beaches in the vicinity. It is one of the lesser known beaches of Goa lying in a secluded corner, which in fact, adds to its charm. 

Getting to this beach by land is a challenge as you will need to hike through dense forests, but if you are up to the adventurous trek through the forest, it makes for a great experience. The butterfly shaped beach is enclosed by thick forest on one side and miles of open sea on the other and is one of the only places in Goa to spot playful dolphins. 

Location: South Goa
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Splashdown Water Park

This is one of the coolest water parks in the state as well as among the best places to visit in Goa with family. Complete with the most exciting water activities and sports, five different sized pools, a plethora of rides and flumes, the Splashdown Water Park is famous for fun-filled outings especially during the hot summer days. The park also houses a plush resort within its premises that ensures you have a luxurious and comfortable holiday here. 

Located a mere 10 minutes away from the capital Panjim as well as from Mapusa, Splashdown is one of the most renowned, albeit offbeat destinations in Goa. It also lies very close to the popular North Goa beach, Calangute.

Location: Calangute-Anjuna Main Road, Padre Agnel Vaddo, Gauvaddi, Anjuna, Near Double Tree Hilton Hotel, Bardez, Goa

Timing: 10:30 AM – 6:00 PM 

Price: INR 450 per person

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Mormugao Fort

One of the top coastal forts in Goa, Mormugao is a great place to visit in Goa with family. A few kilometers from Vasco de Gama, it is located at Mormugao Fort and has become a much liked destination among tourists for its deep history and the rich landscape it provides of the amazing Arabian Sea. 

Although most of the fort is in serious disrepair, it still holds its own by the presence of its bulwarks and bastions that secures the area. An important feature of the fort, that is also a reason it draws a large number of visitors, is the presence of two stunning fountains, which according to legend, have originated from gold and sulphur mines- the Fonte de Malabar and the Fonte Santo Ignacio.

Location: Near the Mormugao Port, Goa

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Chapora Beach

Very close to the famous Chapora fort, lies one of the interesting places to visit in Goa with family, the Chapora Beach. Although it is one of the lesser known beaches in the state, it is an absolute gem because of the amazing views of the surrounding landscape that it offers. Imbibe in the stunning serenity and peace that you will feel here from the combination of cool turquoise waters, soft white sands, black lava rocks and acres of palm trees.

There are several avenues of water activities you can enjoy here like paragliding, surfing, fishing and jet skiing. By the beach side, there are umpteen eateries in quaint beach shacks as well as some great pubs and nightclubs. 

Location: North Goa

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Cabo De Rama Fort

Located between Cavelossim and Agonda Beach, this 17th century Portuguese structure is among the best places to visit in Goa with family. The fort is also legendary because of its association with Lord Rama from the Hindu mythology according to which the trio who were banished to 14 years of exile, Lord Rama, Goddess Sita and Lord Laxmana, spent some time in this fort during their wanderings. 

Most parts of the ancient edifice lie in ruins today, but the views from here are simply stunning. It was originally built in the 1760s by the Hindu Soonda rulers but was later captured by the Portuguese who made a military base out of it and later used it as a prison.

Location: Taluka Cabo da Rama, Canacona, Goa

Timing: 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM

Arambol Beach

Known for its beauty and serenity, Arambol is not only one of the best beaches in North Goa but its unique Bohemian feel makes it one of the best places to visit in Goa with family. It is still one of the lesser known beaches of Goa which in fact, enhances its untapped and unspoiled beauty many fold. 

Lying in the northernmost edges of Goa, Arambol shares its borders with Keri or Querim Beach on one end and Morjim on the other. The terrain of the beach, which is a combination of both rocky and sandy as well as jungles on one side and open sea on the other, makes it a rather spectacular place. From yoga classes on the beach to paragliding from the edge of the cliff and watching down the vibrant markets, there is something for everyone here.

Location: North Goa

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Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary

Get a chance to waddle in the richness of nature, wildlife, flora and fauna at Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary which makes it one of the best places to visit in Goa with family. Although it is primarily a zoo, the layout is such that it makes Bondla a typical reserve forest. Compared to the other wildlife sanctuaries in Goa, this is one of the smallest, albeit the most popular. 

There are a number of rides, activities, trails and adventures that you can engage in here which makes this a great place to visit in Goa with family. You can go for an elephant ride here or just stand by and soak in the lush forest hills that form a picture perfect backdrop to it. If you want to unwind and spend the night amid the wilderness, take an eco-cottage on rent and rest awhile.

Location: Usgao-Ganjem VP, Goa

Timing: 9:00 AM TO 5:00 PM

Price: INR 50 per person

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Bogmalo Beach

Situated very close to Vasco de Gama, Bogmalo is a calm and peaceful beach known for its cleanliness and leisurely activities. This also makes it one of the finest places to visit in Goa with family where you can spend carefree evenings relaxing and indulging in sumptuous fares in one of the knick knack stalls and beach shacks. You can also get a picnic basket and sit amid swaying palm trees overlooking tranquil turquoise waters of the sea, with your family and near ones.

Even during peak tourist seasons, the beach does not see a lot of visitors making it an ideal place to visit in Goa with family if you are looking at spending a quiet and quality time. 

Location: Bogmalo Rd, South Goa

Benz Celebrity Wax Museum

Get up and close with your favorite celebrities from the world of movies, politics and sports under one roof at Goa’s Benz Celebrity Wax Museum. Well, if not the real stars, you could certainly be in close proximity with their life sized likeness. Make this one of the places to visit in Goa with family when making your itinerary, not only to find some great amusement but also a lot of interesting facts about the greatest people to have walked on earth.  

From Barack Obama to Robert Downing Jr or even Rowan Atkinson, popularly known as Mr Bean, there are wax statues of well-known figures from across the globe. There is also a 9-D action theatre and a dashing cars arena in this wondrous zone. 

Location: Junction, Calangute - Arpora Road, Arpora, Goa

Timing: 10.00 AM to 10.00 PM

Price: INR 300 per person

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Shantadurga Temple

Dedicated to Goddess Durga, this is one of the largest temple complexes in Goa and among the best places to visit in Goa with family. Apart from the main Shantadurga deity, who mediates between Vishnu and Shiva, the main attraction of the temple is also its golden palanquin which serves as the deity’s vehicle around the temple during the Mahapanchami festival.

Constructed around 1715 AD, the temple comprises one main building and three smaller ones with pyramidal roofs, a dome and pillars and floors made in Kashmiri stone. After the Portuguese invasion here, the temple was shifted from Koloshi and redone in beautiful Indo-Portuguese style that is a treat to the eyes. 

Location: Kapileswari - Kavlem Rd, Donshiwado, Ponda, Goa

Timing: 6:00 AM – 8:30 PM

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Arvalem Falls

Located near the Sanquelim Beach in North Goa, this is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Goa with family. It is also locally known as the Arvalem Falls and has a unique feature about it. It collects into a huge pool of water near its base, one that is almost as big as a lake. This draws tourists from far and wide as well as picnickers who wish to spend a quiet afternoon by the water’s edge.

During the monsoon, the sight of the falls is one to behold, majestic and powerful. However, after that it merely reduces to a trickle. 

Location: Rudreshwar Colony, Sanquelim, Mapusa, North Goa

Timing: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

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Morjim Beach

One of the most peaceful beaches in the northern part of Goa, Morjim Beach lies near Ashwem Beach. A key feature of this beach, which makes it one of the best places to visit in Goa with family, is that it serves as a nesting habitat for Olive Ridley turtles. For this reason, the Morjim Beach is also known as the Turtle Beach. It stretches almost 3 km and is great for peaceful walks by the gently breaking waves and a gorgeous sunset in the backdrop.

Morjim Beach is lined by quaint palm fronds, shacks and sun beds that let you spend a lazy afternoon in this ‘Little Russia’, a moniker it earned because of the large number of Russian travelers who visit here. 

Location: North Goa

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People Also Ask About Goa

  1. Which are the best places to visit in Goa?

    1. Anjuna Beach: One of the best places to visit in Goa with family, the Anjuna Beach stretches almost 2 km and offers a plethora of beach activities, water sports and adrenaline filled adventures. It is also popular for its golden coastline, full moon night parties, beach shacks, flea markets and nightclubs.

    2. Chapora Fort: Among the most famous of all the forts in Goa, Chapora has gained immense popularity after being featured in a popular Bollywood film. Catch mesmerizing views of the surrounding lands and turquoise waters till as far as the eyes can see.

    3. Basilica of Bom Jesus: This is now a UNESCO World Heritage site and a great place to visit in Goa with family. It is famous for housing the tomb with remains of St. Francis Xavier, which is opened once in every ten years.

    4. Dona Paula:
    Not only famous for its striking stretch of beach, but also the intriguing legend that goes behind it. It is popularly known as the lover’s paradise and has a Dona Paula Jetty adjacent to it that gives exciting views of the Arabian Sea and Mormugao Harbor.

    5. Arvalem Waterfalls: Catch mesmerizing views of the majestic falls as they plunge down hundreds of feet.
  2. Which are the best beaches to visit in Goa?

    1. Calangute Beach: This is the largest beach in North Goa stretching from Candolim all the way to Baga. Calangute Beach is dotted with exciting beach shacks, water sports offerings like parasailing, banana ride, jet skiing and water surfing, making it a tourist and backpacker’s paradise.

    2. Baga Beach: Baga Beach is one of the most popular beaches and finest places to visit in Goa with family with the maximum footfall primarily because of its pulsating nightlife, dazzling shacks, arcades of street shops and signature places in Goa like Mambos and Britto’s around the corner.

    3. Butterfly Beach: Cut off from the treaded path, Butterfly Beach can be reached only by boat or after rigorous trekking through deep jungles. The quiet and peace of the beach makes it attractive among couples and families looking for quiet time.

    4. Vagator Beach: Counted among the most beautiful beaches of Goa, Vagator comes with soft white sand, beautiful rocky cliffs and miles of blue sea.
  3. Which are the best adventure sports to do in Goa?

    1. Scuba Diving: Explore the vibrant underwater life below the azure waters and discover mind boggling richness. Sea creatures in every conceivable hue deep down in their natural habitat is a sight you would not want to miss.

    2. Jet Ski: This is one of the most loved and sought after water sports in Goa. Cut through the deep blue waters on a thrilling ride atop a high speed jet ski and experience a rush that no words can explain.

    3. Parasailing:
    An adventure that is a must-try when you visit the exquisite beaches of Goa. Get bird’s eye views of the sea and gorgeous treetops as your parasail, firmly secured to a motorboat underneath, wades through miles of free sky.

    4. Banana Boat Ride: In this water sport, you sit along with a group of other enthusiasts in a narrow inflatable boat in the shape of a banana.
  4. How many days are enough for Goa?

    Five days for your trip to Goa is enough as you will be able to cover most of what this exotic land has to offer, from its mesmerizing beaches, intriguing forts, beautiful churches, attractive flea markets, scintillating nightclubs and sumptuous seafood.
  5. What is the best time to visit Goa with family?

    The best time to visit Goa with family is from the middle of November to the middle of February. This is the time when the party scenario at Goa comes alive in all its glory with all the beach shacks open and some of the best all-night parties organized on the beaches. The weather during this time is also pleasant.
  6. Is Goa safe for the family?

    Goa is a very safe place for travelers. While it is very popular among solo travelers as well as those of you traveling with friends and partners, it is also an extremely family friendly destination. You will however, need to maintain caution when it comes to your personal belongings.
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Simply WOW!! Quite a thrillophilic journey with immensely warm hospitality, perfect planned schedules and of course amazing travel. As planned we were picked up @7 in the morning and were taken to the falls which happens to be around 100 kms. Bus they provide are very comfortable and AC will also be sufficient to beat the heat of sultry Goa. We also covered a landmark church of Goa enroute. They will give you around 15 20 mins to get that holy feel. Once we reached the venue we were given time to have breakfast, meanwhile the guide arranged tickets for the whole group and settled us up in the bolero which takes you from there further. It was again a Splendid journey of 45 mins through mahavir national park where you will cross several streams also. Pure off roading and adventurous experience. From the parking u have to walk for 5 mins to finally reach the destination which, you undoubtedly will feel deserving enough to have travelled for. Such a sublime scene and cool clear water with fishes around you will quench all the tiredness you might have had after traveelinh to several beaches. You get around 1.5 hours in total after final parking out of which for bathing you will get around 45 mins. Caution : please travel with good non slippery shoes as the rocks are too slippery and carelessness might get fatal. No worries though, you wont drown as they will provide you with life jackets so a good news for non swimmers. Post bath again you will be taken back and be served with complimentary lunch in goan style which is quite palatable. Then a short spice plantation tour followed by a return drop to the reapective pick up points. The trip will end in North Goa around 6 evening. ps : If you have time on your goa trip, do visit this place and thrillophilia is definitely a good option to consider coz it will wave off your trip organisational headache.
03 February 2020
Superb cycling experience, it was just the 3 of us including the guide and we were able to complete the trip real fast. The bird sanctuary is where we took most of the pics. We went off road through the forest area as well and we could find the railway lines located there. Couple of steep ups and downs which made cycling challenging. The total distance would be 30 kms. Best I've ever cycled
An unforgettable experience for me. For the first time got a chance to get into snorkeling and see the marine life. Thanks alot guys for an amazing experience.
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A well planned and executed sightseeing trip. Good for family tourists like us. We visited some of the famous beaches and churches of Goa. It was nice experience overall.
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Arvind Yadav Sunset Cruise in Goa
Goa is famous for its beaches and its parties but amid all the chaos of Goa, this is one soul-soothing experience. This a must-do activity and should be part of any goa itinerary. A 01-hour long cruise journey will give you immense memories.
07 March 2021
Very Good
Overall experience was good Ambience was Owesome 10/10 Location was good 6/10 Fod was ok 4/10
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Very Good
Overall experience was good. Ambience was great and romantic 10/10 Location was good 7/10 Food was ok ok 4/10
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Abeer Arsiwala Cycling at Chorao Island
Had an amazing morning with the best people! Rohan and his team are amazing hosts and if you are looking to cycle along scenic views and connect with some good folks- you should definitely try this!
"good trip....dudhsagar was good, lunch provided was too good, spice plantation was not that good as I come from kerala all are same spices what i see at home, so was not that great for me.... overall its a good experience.. "
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Danish Krone
DOP - $
Dominican Peso
DZD - د.ج
Algerian Dinar
EGP - ج.م
Egyptian Pound
ETB - Br
Ethiopian Birr
FJD - $
Fijian Dollar
Ghanaian Cedi
GIP - £
Gibraltar Pound
Gambian Dalasi
Guatemalan Quetzal
GYD - $
Guyanese Dollar
HKD - $
Hong Kong Dollar
Honduran Lempira
HRK - kn
Croatian Kuna
Haitian Gourde
HUF - Ft
Hungarian Forint
IDR - Rp
Indonesian Rupiah
Israeli New Sheqel
JMD - $
Jamaican Dollar
Kenyan Shilling
KGS - som
Kyrgyzstani Som
Cambodian Riel
KYD - $
Cayman Islands Dollar
Kazakhstani Tenge
Lao Kip
LBP - ل.ل
Lebanese Pound
Sri Lankan Rupee
LRD - $
Liberian Dollar
Lesotho Loti
MAD - د.م.
Moroccan Dirham
Moldovan Leu
MKD - ден
Macedonian Denar
Myanmar Kyat
Mongolian Tögrög
Macanese Pataca
Mauritian Rupee
Maldivian Rufiyaa
Malawian Kwacha
MXN - $
Mexican Peso
Malaysian Ringgit
NAD - $
Namibian Dollar
NIO - C$
Nicaraguan Córdoba
NOK - kr
Norwegian Krone
NPR - Rs.
Nepalese Rupee
NZD - $
New Zealand Dollar
PEN - S/
Peruvian Sol
Papua New Guinean Kina
Philippine Peso
Pakistani Rupee
QAR - ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
Russian Ruble
SAR - ر.س
Saudi Riyal
Seychellois Rupee
SEK - kr
Swedish Krona
SLL - Le
Sierra Leonean Leone
SOS - Sh
Somali Shilling
Salvadoran Colón
Swazi Lilangeni
THB - ฿
Thai Baht
TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
Yemeni Rial
South African Rand
JPY - ¥
Japanese Yen
Vietnamese dong