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Chapora Fort Information

 Chapora Fort, located in Bardez, Goa, rises high above the Chapora River. The site was the location of a fort built by Muslim ruler Adil Shah called Shahpura, whose name the Portuguese altered to Chapora.

Chapora Fort


Chapora Fort, located at the northern side of Goa, is famously called Dil Chahta Hai Fort. You can relive those moments by visiting it yourself.

Which fort was Dil Chahta Hai shot?

Chapora Fort

“It may sound funny but when tourists come down to Goa they’d ask for the Dil Chahta Hai fort. And I am like, ‘what? ‘ Then we explain that the film was shot at Chapora Fort.

Why Chapora fort is famous?

The site was the location of a fort built by Muslim ruler Adil Shah called Shahpura, whose name the Portuguese altered to Chapora. It is now become a popular tourist spot and offers a view north across the Chapora river to Pernem, south over Vagator and also far out to the Arabian Sea in the West.

How do you get to Chapora Fort?

Chapora Fort is accessible from the market town of Mapusa, about 10 km away. CabGoa.Com taxi service that run regularly from Calangute town to Anjuna Beach and Vagator Beach makes a stop at the fort. Travellers can also hire a taxi from Mapusa or Panaji to reach the fort in Goa.

How long does it take to climb the Chapora Fort?

There are not many steps just to reach the peak of the fort. A climb of 15 to 20 mins will take you there. Along the climb, you will enjoy the fabulous view of the Chapora River.

How many steps are in the Chapora Fort?

PANAJI: To ease the approach to the scenic Chapora fort, perched atop a hill overlooking the Arabian Sea in Anjuna, the public works department (PWD) has built a 300m-long road, a parking area, and 150 steps leading to the fort…

What beach is near Chapora Fort?

Vagator Beach

Chapora Fort, located at the northern side of Goa, is famously called Dil Chahta Hai Fort. You can relive those moments by visiting it yourself. This fort overlooks the Chapora river and and is only 700 meters away from Vagator Beach.


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