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Holiday Destination: Panaji

Panaji is one of the India's smallest and charming state capital of Goa located on the south bank of the wide Mandovi River. It is among the known tourist destinations of Goa where tourists get an opportunity to see preserved Portuguese heritage in the form of narrow winding streets, old houses with over hanging balconies, red-tiled roofs and numerous small bars and cafes. Some of the well-known attractions which fascinate tourists during visit to this place are Church square, Archaeological museum, Miramar Beach, Jama Masjid Mosque, Menezes Braganza Institute, Chapel of St. Sebastia and Mahalaxmi temple.


Summer, months from March to May vary between 26 degree centigrade maximum temperature to 21 degree centigrade minimum temperature. However the temperature is also known to rise to about 40 degree centigrade at times. Winters The temperatures around this time of the year range from 32 degree centigrade to 20 degree centigrade.

Tourist Season

Rournd the year


Panaji hotels are available for all budgets and tastes. Ideal for leisure and business alike, the hotels in Panjim, Goa are a preferred stay option at any time of the year.

General Information Of Panaji

Area 35.99 Sq Km Population 53,823 (1991) Altitude Sea Level Language Konkani, Marathi, Hindi, English Religion Hinduism, Christianity, and Islam STD code 0832

Tourist Attraction in or Near by Panaji


Dona Paula Beach

Dona Paula features prominently in tours of Panaji. The beach is named after Dona Paula de Menzes, the daughter of a viceroy during the Portuguese rule. The beach has come to be known as a favorite shooting destination for Bollywood movies. It is also a popular hub for various water sports.



Miramar Beach

Most of the time, with locals and tourists indulged in a multitude of activities. From the beach one can have a nice view of the Aguada fort across the river Mandovi.


Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception

The church in its present form is framed by two towers which were built in 1619. Its one important feature is the double flight of stairs leading up to the church which was added in 1871.


A colonial building with a sloping tiled roof, wide wooden verandahs and cast iron pillars. Now the emblem of the Indian government has replaced the Portuguese viceroy’s coat of arms, above the entrance to the building.

Institute Menezes Braganza

The Institute Menezes Braganza is named after eminent Goa freedom fighter Menezes Braganza.



By Road

Long-distance and local buses pull into Panjim at the town's busy Kadamba Bus Terminal, 1-km east of the centre in the district of Pato.



By Air

European Charter planes and domestic flights from Mumbai, Bangalore, Kochi (Cochin), Delhi, Chennai and Thiruvananthapuram arrive at Goa's Dabolim airport, 29-km south of Panjim on the outskirts of Vasco Da Gama, Goa's second city. Pre-paid taxis into town booked at the counter in the forecourt,



By Rail

Panjim is also connected by rail from Bombay, Bangalore, Hyderabad and New Delhi. The nearest railway station is Vasco-da-Gama, which is situated 30-km away from the capital city

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