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Baga River

Baga River has its source at the dense mixed jungles of Assagao and Bardez. This 10 km long river system, rich in aquatic species, is a haunt for the fishermen. At Baga, there is a strange box-bridge nicknamed as ‘The Coffin Bridge’ across the river. This river separates the lush paddy fields on the south from the settlements on the north.

The river flows along the sides of Baga Beach and finally falls into the Arabian Sea at Baga. At the confluence of the river and the sea, there is a group of black rocks making an enchanting view of the nature. A river fest, known as 'sangodd', is celebrated at Baga.

Updated on 7th September, 2014


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