Cabo De Rama Fort

16 Km north of Agonda beach is an ancient fort known as Cabo De Rama Fort or Cape Rama Fort.

Built by Hindu warriors, the fort was named after Lord Rama of Ramayana. In 1763, it was surrendered to the Portuguese who renovated and strengthened it.

A few turrets and cannons used by Portuguese can be seen lying around in the premises.

The fort today is almost in ruins but is a must visit for the wonderful views it offers from various points. One can view and capture magnificent beauty of Colva beach and Canacona from the fort.

Legend of Cabo de Rama Fort

As the legend goes, Lord Rama along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana took refuge here for a while during his exile from Ayodhya.



How To Reach

One can hire a cab from any close-by beach or one can avail daily bus service from Margao.

Flip Side

The fort has nothing more to offer other than scenic views. Besides, there is nothing around except a small shop selling soft drinks.


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