For birdwatching enthusiasts, this quiet, rustic camp in the village of Matkan near Tamdi Surla offers one of Goa’s richest sources of...
Daily fishing and dolphin-watching trips are in no short supply in Utorda; ask around at the beach shacks that line the main stretch of...
Indian Music and Dance Recitals
Held in the outdoor courtyard of the Kerkar Art Complex, these soothing recitals seem a world away from the brasher, bolder side of...
Mallika ‘Northern frontier’ fine-dining courtesy of the swish Kenilworth resort. Mallika’s the place to come for succulent kebabs,...
Lonely Planet review
On your right-hand side on the main road north from Panaji you’ll reach O’Coqueiro , a well-known Goan restaurant in Alto Porvorim (Upper Porvorim), which boasts more than just a decent pomfret recheiado (fish stuffed with red masala filling). It was once the scene of one of India’s most famous captures (or at least recaptures), and nowadays boasts a life-sized statute of Charles Sobhraj, the elusive captive, to commemorate the event.