Area Attractions

When you stay with us at our beach resort in Goa, you are ensured of an experience that captures authentic Park Hyatt hospitality and is yet a unique reflection of the culture of Goa. From relaxing on the beach, shopping at a flea market or rejuvenating at the award-winning Sereno Spa, there are a host of exciting things to do and places to visit in Goa.

Learn more about Wellness at the Park- our newly introduced wellness packages.

Spend your day basking by the swimming pool, while younger guests can enjoy an adventure at Camp Hyatt. Our Fitness Centre is available 24 hours a day while our Yoga Programme is conducted every morning. Hone your culinary skills at our Cooking with Master Chefs’ class or take the intriguing Horticulture Tour with our resident expert.

Looking to go on a historical excursion? Let our concierge plan a guided tour of places to see in Goa including the immaculate churches, old village homes and historical forts dotted throughout the state.

Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa

Arossim Beach, Cansaulim
South Goa, Goa, India, 403 712



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Hotel Activities

Water Sports

The resort’s remarkable setting on the beach makes it an ideal location to enjoy the sun, sand, and sea. Water sports offered include jet skiing, parasailing, and a dolphin cruise. Deck chairs are available for sunbathing or watching the exciting water-sports activities.

Yoga and Meditaton

The yoga and meditation sessions held on the resort’s grounds combine pranayama breathing methods with gentle energy-awakening yoga poses. These sessions optimize health and nurture body rhythms to relieve stress.

Camp Hyatt for Kids

For children between the ages of 4 and 12 years, Camp Hyatt offers indoor activities, such as arts and crafts, pottery, a movie room, and a children's library. A special section is dedicated to toddlers up to the age of 4 years.

Horticulture Tour

Embark on a horticultural expedition with the resort’s resident landscape expert. Discover the diverse vegetation grown here, including okra, cashews, bananas, mangoes, papayas, and coconuts. The tour also includes a look at an organic spice farm and the natural conservation methods the resort has undertaken.


Arossim Beach

Arossim Beach is one of the most picturesque and scenic locations with its palm trees, immaculate blue ocean, golden sand, and wooden boats scattered throughout the shore. A host of water sports, such as parasailing and jet skiing, are available between mid-October and mid-April.

Palolem Beach

Palolem is a beach of white sand facing a blue bay between two headlands. It is also known as "Paradise Beach." This beach in south Goa is about a mile long and provides seclusion and idyllic scenery.

Baga Beach

Baga Beach has the feel of a painting come to life; majestic white waves rush to wipe out your footprints on the brown sand, while the wind flirts with the palm trees.

Vagator Beach

Offering a stretch of soft white sand, coconut palms, and a scenic view of the Arabian Sea, Vagator Beach is a favorite among tourists.

Houses of Worship and Historic Districts

Basilica of Born Jesus

Over 400 years old, the Basilica of Born Jesus is considered one of the best examples of baroque architecture in India. The design, inspired by St. Paul’s Church, is complete with curves and embellishments. It became the first church in India to be elevated to the status of minor basilica with the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier.

Shree Shantadurga

Shree Shantadurga temple houses an impressive idol of the goddess Shree Durga, who mediated between Shree Vishnu and Shree Shiva and stopped the fierce war between the two. The current temple structure of Shree Shantadurga Devi was built between 1713 and 1738.


Wander the narrow lanes of Fontainhas, a charming area full of beautifully maintained Indo-Portuguese houses, chapels, and public shrines. It is here that one comes face-to-face with the real Panjim, as it existed during the rule of the Portuguese here. Narrow streets are fringed with old houses sporting the most dazzling colors.

Ancestral Goa

Set amidst a backdrop of the old Goan village of Loutolim, Ancestral Goa encompasses a host of attractions, including a wishing rock, mini Goa, and the longest laterite sculpture in India. It also contains an art gallery known as Big Foot, a handicraft center, a spring known as Boca da Vaca, a bird habitat, a spice yard, and rubber plantations.

Monuments and Museums

Aguada Lighthouse

Fort Aguada is one of the largest and most impressive forts, and is preserved as one of the best-known landmarks in Goan history. One of the most distinctive features of the Aguada headlands are the lighthouses built as early as 1864, thereby marking them as some of the first lighthouses to be built in Asia.

Chapora Fort

Chapora Fort was built by Adil Shah of Bijapur on the southern headland of the Chapora River. The red-laterite citadel crowning the rock bluff was rebuilt by the Portuguese in 1617 on the same site. Although it's a crumbling ruin today, the view up and down the coast from the ramparts is still superb.

Terekhol Fort

Beyond the northern tip of Goa’s territory lies the famous Terekhol Fortress. The Terekhol or Tiracol fortress is an important landmark in Goan history and is a very scenic place.

Goa Chitra Museum

The museum has a unique collection of traditional farming implements and other ancient tools, set against the backdrop of a traditional organic farm. Having begun with 200 privately collected items, the collection has now grown to more than 4,000 objects on display.

Natural Wonders

Dudhsagar Waterfall

Dudhsagar Waterfall is among the top 100 highest waterfalls in the world. This cascading waterfall takes a steep plunge of over 600 metres (2,000 feet) down into the wooded mountains of the Western Ghats.

Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary

Lush, green, and strikingly beautiful foothills are home to the Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary, which is the smallest wildlife reserve in Goa. The sanctuary is home to sambar deer, gaur (Indian bison), black-faced langurs, jackals, different species of snakes, and wild boar, among other animals.

Scuba Diving in Bogmalo Beach

The shallow shores of Goa are famous for their rich marine life. Though there are no gigantic coral reefs here, the scintillating underwater life is sure to fascinate you.