Fort Chapora in Goa is a total hot spot after the Bollywood flick Dil Chahata Hai featured three boys reminiscing life on top of the fort ruins. When you step out of the fort towards the sea-face, what you see is thousands if white birds on the shore pecking for fish.
Beyond the curvy coastline is the raising cliffs and an occasional fisherman's boat that makes the hike up to Chapora fort all worth.
Vagator beach is in North Goa, India. Most of the North Goa beaches are rocky beaches and descend from the cliff. Chapora fort is up the cliff.
How to Reach: You can rent a car/ bike at Anjuna beach which is more popular among tourists and drive to Vagator village. The road to Chapora fort is good until the final ramp, which is a muddy path.
Places to eat: Chapora fort is in the middle of nowhere touristy. Carry your own snacks and remember to bring back the garbage. There is no habitation to clean up your mess.
There are good restaurants on the road to Vagator beach.
Places to Stay: Vagator beach has good guest houses, both sea facing and interior. Anjuna beach area is a more accessible and tourist friendly place to stay with better equipped guest houses and super markets.