Goa is reputable for being the memorable winter destination for those who are seeking natural rejuvenation. If you are planning to explore North Goa, there is much for you to explore besides beaches, as the interior is filled with historical heritage and proliferated ecological diversity. One of the unique attractions here is the Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary on the island of Chorao, accessible via a ferry ride leaving every half an hour from Ribander near Panaji. The main attractions here are mangroves, herons, drongos, mudskippers, flying foxes, and migratory birds from Siberia in winters. Do not forget to apply a mosquito repellent to keep insects away. Another exciting attraction here is organic Sahakari Spice Farm where you can explore the pungent spices that make up spicy and aromatic Indian recipes. You start by tasting lemongrass tea followed by a tour of cultivated rows of tropical fruits and spices such as cloves, curry leaves, cardamom, and nutmeg. However, walks can be long! Lastly, do take some oils and fresh spices from an on-site shop. For a different stay experience, holiday homes in Goa are just perfect! This time, be in one of them and experience local hospitability amidst cultural ambiance. In short, amidst the charming backdrop of palm-edged shores and attractive diverse attractions, anybody can experience an idyllic holiday in Goa.