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5 best places In Goa for a family photo shoot

Goa is one place that can pretty much cover anyone’s needs. Be it a honeymoon trip or a family one. There’s always so much to do. If youโ€™re looking forward to a great family trip to Goa, then look no further. With so many things to do and so many places to be, your kids will be spoilt for choice. There’s also plenty of photos to go around once you return. So hop aboard as we explore Goa like never before, with you and your family! 

5. Fort Aguada 

The laid back Fort Aguada in North Goa seems to have found a special place in Bollywood. Back in the day when Dhoom was released. The primary notion of Goa from your average Indians perspective was the usual sleep all day and party all night mentality. Fort Aguada is a great place to visit with your kids and can be a great starting point to get them into history.

Fort Aguada

4. Science Centre Panjim

It would be a shame to visit Miramar without finding yourself at Goas only science center that’s right next door. There’s plenty of fun experiments to try out. However, the real reason you want to be there at this time is to check out their fabulous 3D show. Be sure to get your kids along for the trip.

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3. Photography in Goa : Bondava Lake

Looking for an isolated lake to just chill out with your camera? Then this lake in Goa is for you. Bondava lake is basically the reservoir created for Salaulim dam that provides water to the nearby locations for both irrigation and drinking purpose. However, it feels like a mini wildlife sanctuary. 

There is a lush green cover all around where many birds and other animals live. Most lakes in Goa are pretty popular, but not Bondava. You can expect almost complete silence alongside the occasional chirping of birds.

2. Heritage sites at Old Goa

We now head over to Old Goa. After all, it’s the home of some of the Oldest standing structures in the state. 

Today, Old Goa is a World Heritage site. There is a small village around the huge churches and convents. Some of these are still in active use, and others have become museums. The Basilica of Bom Jesus, Sรฉ Cathedral and the Museum of Christian Art are some of the places you can bear witness to during your time here.

The beautiful architecture, St. Francis Xavier Church, Old Goa. Courtesy : India.com

1. Chorla Ghat

Goa has a massive forest cover in its eastern part. Grab a chance to have a lovely photography session surreal. If you love photographing you then you simply canโ€™t go wrong with an attire that contrasts the green backdrop can make an impressive mark.

The Chorla Ghats is a perfect choice because of its lush greenery and pleasant weather. Avoid doing a family photo shoot here during the monsoons though, unless you want a very tough journey. Expect monkeys to photobomb your pictures every now and then ๐Ÿ˜›

family photo shoot
Courtesy: Amogha Varsha

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