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The "Dil Chahta Hai" fort

This place is about 12kms from Calangute/Baga. Popularly known as "Dil Chahta Hai" fort. Beautiful... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
nikhil3084
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Bengaluru, India
via mobile
Awesome sunset view

Its a 20 min drive from Mapusa city. Actually, there is nothing to see on the fort (like monument... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Waman_Parulekar
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Ratnagiri, India
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For the best sunset views in the area, head to this beautiful old fort at Vagator Beach.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Chapora Fort Rd, Chapora 403509, India
Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed April 23, 2015

A must visit place at North Goa.. a test for ones strength and ones camera! Popularly known as the "Dil Chatha Hai" fort, this place offers awesome panaromic views of the Arabian Sea & the Chapora River. This place is near Vagator Beach.. about a...More

9  Thank SunMoh
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Reviewed March 24, 2015

This is a vandalized , not maintained and abandoned fort. You hardly see 5-6 people just who come hereto take Dil Chahta Hai pic. The fort looks good in monsoon and spring when the rock fort is colored with wild grass and greenary otherwise its...More

6  Thank Rajsahitya
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Reviewed yesterday

Chapora fort is a must go place whenever you are with a friend in Goa, The fort might be broken but the view it provides is not. Experiencing sunset here is what you can look for a perfect day with your close friends.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Beautiful place. This is place is very famous for the Dil chahta hai movie. But there is a breath taking view of Arabian Sea and Vagator beach. You will get lots of inputs to take photos.

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Reviewed 5 days ago

Once neglected, the Chapora Fort got popularized by the movie Dil Chahta Hai and is now a prime attraction of Goa. It is the best place to capture perfect shots of the Vagator beach, the Morjim beach and the Arabian Sea. Chapora Fort is a...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This place is about 12kms from Calangute/Baga. Popularly known as "Dil Chahta Hai" fort. Beautiful sunset view point. Ample parking space available for both 2 & 4 wheelers. No entry fee. Though you get water, juice enroute, do carry a water bottle. One need to...More

Thank nikhil3084
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Chapora fort was made famous by Dil Chahta movie. The place has amazing views of the sea and is really beautiful at sunset. Try to park your vehicle down below and walk to the top of the fort - you will get a nice adventurous...More

Thank SerendipityIndia
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Its a 20 min drive from Mapusa city. Actually, there is nothing to see on the fort (like monument, sculptures etc) but views are awesome from the fort. The beautiful view of beach and seashore you can observe from the fort. If you visit this...More

Thank Waman_Parulekar
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Chapora Fort is located in Bardez, Goa. The current fort was built in 1717. It is a pleasant place to wander that offers fantastic views north across the Chapora river to Pemem, south over Vagator and also out to the Arabian Sea in to...More

1  Thank 811michael
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I had high hopes with this place but was quite disappointed as there is not much left of the fort and hardly anything interesting.The only thing interesting is the view from the top of the surrounding forests and beach which looks better around sunset. Also...More

1  Thank PreetiC158
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Time to spend : 1-2 hrs depending on sunset view and visit to Fortalice Best time to Visit: The best season to visit the fort is definitely after the Monsoons. Lush green with deep blue sea give one the joy of seeing What to see?...More

1  Thank sam_mohite
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The Chapora Fort is in North Goa, 21 kilometers from Panaji and near to Vagator beach.It is located on a hill just above the Vagator beach, with the Chapora beach on the other side.The present Chapora fort was erected by Adil Shah of Bijapur on...More

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palaks145
June 3, 2016|
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Response from Jaya_Chaudhari | Reviewed this property |
There is no such time restrictions. You can visit anytime. Its open for all day. Its awesome in monsoons.
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palaks145
June 3, 2016|
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Response from krjihma | Reviewed this property |
Hi traveller! No timing, it is open always and you will need to hike a bit to get there. According to me the best time is during sunrise or sunset. Happy travels!
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