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Reis Magos Fort in Bardez, Goa stands exactly opposite the capital city of Panjim across the sea. It is a well restored fort having a breathtaking view from the all the angles. It stands majestically tall between the lush green nature.
A must visit fort. Timings force you to go there when its sunny but totally worth it.
I've been there a few times and i have seen many tourists missing the best part.
One of the rooms with the oil dropping hole, has a very...More
Ride to fort is pleasant. Entry fee is 50 rs for Adults. Don't expect it to be a huge one. It's a small , clean and lovely little fort. Gives u wonderful views. Historic information is very nicely put up. Easy to access for Kids....More
This is the poorer cousin of Fort Aguada. Less explored, less famous and less crowded. However, it offers a lovely view and can be visited as an off-the-beat destination visit
Be advised that you should be in good health and the walks are steep
We wanted to explore quiet places and google referred me this in the search engine.
Its a very scenic place with greenary and sea view.
Entry fee was Rs 50 per head and Rs 200 for camera.
The fort is renovated and well maintained.
If you are looking for a nice quaint peaceful place amongst Goa’s humdrum this is the place for you .. it’s relatively unknown, well maintained and standing lone on the lines of river Mandovi. Far moved from the hustle bustle of the other touristy places...More
Response from Renjith P | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there is a minimal fee for entry but nothing for parking. Two wheeler can be parked in front of the office on first come first use basis. Four wheeler I saw parking on the road side. It was not crowded when we visited... More
Yes, there is a minimal fee for entry but nothing for parking. Two wheeler can be parked in front of the office on first come first use basis. Four wheeler I saw parking on the road side. It was not crowded when we visited. There is a charge for camera but I don't remember the charges but mobile phone with good camera will do the trick.