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Sep 26, 2017 11:46 AM IST | Source: Moneycontrol.com

Goa's Chopara Fort: Why it's a must-visit

A view of dazzling blue waters of Chapora River and the Arabian Sea meeting the blue of the sky on the horizon will make your spirit soar.

If Bollywood fame is anything to go by, Chapora Fort has had its time in the sun with the blockbuster movie ‘Dil Chahta Hai’. Three best friends vacationing in Goa are soaking in a beautiful view of the sea from the fort when one of them remarks that life is unpredictable and it might take them in different directions.
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If Bollywood fame is anything to go by, Chapora Fort has had its time in the sun with the blockbuster movie ‘Dil Chahta Hai’. Three best friends vacationing in Goa are soaking in a beautiful view of the sea from the fort when one of them remarks that life is unpredictable and it might take them in different directions.

Most people visit Chapora Fort in the evening in a bid to capture a spectacular orange-tinged sunset, but the mornings are beautiful too. It’s a short hike up a hill and when you pass an archway of rocks, a flat, seemingly never ending vista spreads out before you with the monotone of dry grass broken by green blobs of shrubbery.
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Most people visit Chapora Fort in the evening in a bid to capture a spectacular orange-tinged sunset, but the mornings are beautiful too. It’s a short hike up a hill and when you pass an archway of rocks, a flat, seemingly never ending vista spreads out before you with the monotone of dry grass broken by green blobs of shrubbery.

On the Vagator beach, holiday crowds frolic in the sand and on water scooters, snack vendors walk about hawking their food, cows munch on leftovers, and on a cliff above, are stalls where tourists buy ‘I love Goa’ T-shirts, fridge magnets, and knick-knacks to take back home as gifts for friends and relatives.
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On the Vagator beach, holiday crowds frolic in the sand and on water scooters, snack vendors walk about hawking their food, cows munch on leftovers, and on a cliff above, are stalls where tourists buy ‘I love Goa’ T-shirts, fridge magnets, and knick-knacks to take back home as gifts for friends and relatives.

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