The Bondla Wildlife sanctuary is located in Ponda taluka. There are varieties of animals that can be seen in this place. The zoo includes Tigers, elephant, Panther, Gaur, Deer’s,…
Bondla Widlife Santuary, Usgao_Ganjem, Ponda, Goa
The Butterfly conservatory is located on a remote hill in Pirol village of Ponda taluka, this conservatory is designed as a sanctuary and not as a zoo. This conservatory is…
Butterfly Consevatory, Pigsal-Priol, Ponda, Goa
The sanctuary is named after Dr. Salim Moizzudin Ali, India’s pre-eminent ornithologist.Located on the island of Chorao in the Mandovi River, the sanctuary is accessible by a…
Dr. Salim Ali Bird Santuary, Chorao-Tiswadi, Goa
The Mahdei wildlife scantuary is located in the near the village of Valpoi. This sanctuary is known for the recent spotting of Bengal tigers within its grounds. There is a…
Mahdei Wildlife Santuary, Valpoi, Goa
This sanctuary is located on the eastern border of the state of Goa, near the village of Mollem. The price of admission is extremely reasonable. Adults are charged Rs 20 each,…
Bhagwan Mahavir Santuary, NH 4A, Caranzol, Goa
The sixth annual global art festival of Goa ‘Spandan’ will be held from January 1 to January 31 at the Art Gallery, Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG). As part of the exhibit, over 150 artists will exhibit their art, presenting a melange of imagination, perspectives and styles. Details: 9821037261
The Lokotsav Festival of 2020 will have more stalls in comparison to last year. It will take place at Kala Academy’s Darya Sangam from 10th to 19th January. There will be a lot of Goan folk dances as well as folk dances from South India and other states. Different stalls by SHG’s and local artisans will be present which will contain different handicraft items. Visitors will also be able to try different dishes from food stalls. Live performances will take place from 6:30 pm to 10 pm. The Lokotsav Festival is organized by the Directorate of Art & Culture along with the West Zone Cultural Centre, Udaipur.
‘Dev Borem Korum’, a tribute exhibition by artist Mohan Naik will be unveiled on January 11, 7 p.m. at Carpe Diem Art and Learning Centre, Majorda. The exhibition is open for public viewing until February 9. Details: 2881035
Vidhyan Parishad Goa will organise the fifth edition of the Science Film Festival of India (SCI-FFI) from January 15 till January 18 at the Entertainment Society Goa, Panaji. A teacher’s workshop titled ‘Challenges and Prospects of Science Education in Goa will take place on January 15 at ESG, Panaji. Open to all.
To celebrate the rich food culture of Punjab, Novotel Goa Dona Sylvia Resort hosting a Punjabi Food Festival from January 15 till January 25, 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. The festival will include northern cuisine such as lassi, sarson da sag, makai di roti, dal makhani, baingan da bharta, butter chicken and so on.
The Government College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Khandola, Marcela is organising a two-day workshop on ‘Gender sensitisation and skilling of girl students’ on of January 17 and 18. The core areas of the workshop are women health and wellness, women safety and security and financial independence of women. There is no registration fee. Details: 9822981328/ firstname.lastname@example.org
The third bird festival of Goa will take place on January 17 at Valpoi-Surla, Sattari. The festival will feature bird walks, workshops and talks by experts. The festival is organised by Goa Forest Department, Goa Tourism and Nestle. Details: www.birdfestival.goa.gov.in Click here for additional information.