Nestled in the picturesque hinterland of South Goa you’ll find Chandor - a quiet hamlet where the past and present seem to coexist in perfect harmony. This sleepy village houses an enduring legacy of its former roots as Chandrapur - the glorious capital city of the ancient Kadamba dynasty. Travel back in time and explore the region’s rich history and culture with this heritage trail around charming Chandor!
Discover Chandor’s past as a flourishing kingdom and trading hub to centuries-old dynasties, and discover the intriguing legend of an ancient ‘Queen’s Curse’.
Enjoy an archaeological goldmine of 11th century temple ruins and carefully preserved statues.
Explore a piece of living history as we visit a 500-year-old heritage home that predates the Portuguese era in Goa. Hear intriguing tales of its various past occupants who have contributed to the home’s rich and ever-evolving history, making it the iconic landmark it is today. The home also houses a treasure trove of artifacts that have been collected over the years – including ancient artefacts dating as far back as the Kadamba era.
Visit the mansion of an Indo-Portuguese family who were considered nobility during the colonial Portuguese period.
Soak in the natural beauty of Chandor, as we walk up to a local chapel atop a small hillock and enjoy scenic views along the Kushavati river.