Take a Stroll Through Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary
Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary gets its name from Salim Ali, the esteemed ornithologist. It is a swampy mangrove habitat on the western tip of Chorao Island. Also called an ‘ornithologist's paradise’, this sanctuary is home to some exotic birds. A tall watchtower lets you sneak a peek into the lives of some fascinating creatures like eagles and Redshanks. This spot is perfect for visitors who want to relax and float away to the music of the chirping birds.
Go on a Safari Ride Through Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary
Bondla is among the smallest wildlife sanctuaries in Goa. However, it is a paradise for nature enthusiasts. From large beasts like Indian bison to a variety of peafowl, this sanctuary brings you close to the wild in many ways. You can either go out on a safari or choose to stay at a jungle resort to experience the essence of the sanctuary. And if you are feeling adventurous, you can choose to explore one of the several nature trails in the area.
Explore the Rich Diversity of Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary
Soak into the Beauty of Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary
Nestled away in the immaculate forests of the Kali River basin, Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary is a haven for adventure seekers. Flanked by deciduous woods and evergreen meadows, this sanctuary is home to fascinating species like panther and Indian Cobra. Spread over 211 sq. km., Netravali has several bodies of water sprawling across its stretch that are perfect for dipping your feet in for a quick unwinding session.
Wander Around Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary
Tired of walking around Goa’s many wildlife sanctuaries all day? Come unwind in the luxurious accommodations at Heritage Village Resort and Spa in Arossim. If you’re planning a visit to Goa in the near future, we recommend setting up an itinerary so you don’t miss out on any of the prominent locations in the ‘Pearl of The Orient’.