Goa Buddha Statue

Goa Buddha Statue | Buddha Hill – Mullem

The Goa Buddha Statue, located in Nagesh love forest, is a peaceful place to visit and enjoy the panoramic views. To reach the statue, you can either climb up (Walk), go on a bike, or drive a car on rough roads. The statue itself is small, but the view and overall experience are well worth the effort.

The roads leading to the Buddha Statue might be rough, but that’s by design. This intentional terrain encourages hiking, trekking, and rock climbing, making it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Stay tuned for the latest updates on the statue and surrounding area!


Goa Buddha Statue
Goa Buddha Statue | Buddha Hill – Mullem


Buddha statue in Goa location – Entry fee & Timings

The Buddha Hill, Gudi, Chandor, Goa 403714
Phone: 091307 22503/088058 76314
Visiting Hours: 8.00 am – 6 pm daily – Open on Sundays
Entry Fee: Rs. 150 for adults – Rs. 50 for children


About the statue | White Buddha statue in Goa

It’s not a historical monument. It is built as a tourist attraction by the Nagesh family and not by the Govt authority. The Buddha Statue statue is made of plaster of Paris like Ganesh Murthi.


How to reach the location from Margao to Chandor

The distance from Margao to Chandor is 22 min (10.8 km) via Margao – Quepem Rd. It is located at Nagesh Love Forest. The best option is to ride/drive up to the entrance of the gate where one needs to purchase the entry pass. From there one can easily walk, ride or drive. Not suitable for small kids as the roads are unsafe.


Goa Buddha Statue
Entrance Gate – Entry Fee Counter


Can one ride/drive up to the statue?

Take bikes and cars at your own risk. Two-wheelers need to be careful as the road causes bikes to skid and the road is full of stones and mud. I walked the distance quite easily, seemed tiring at times.

The ascent is 1-2 km rather sharp, over stones. along the way, there is a rock, a water fountain that does not work and a place for a selfie. Around 25 mins walk up the hill to the statue, but it is worth and once you are on top it’s just amazing. Definitely must visit place if you love adventure travels or want to just see some beautiful mountains. Most amazing sunset view one can capture.

Overall very pretty location and a photogenic place. The statue is beautiful, the view that opens up to the eye sitting next to the Buddha is cooler at times. An amazing mesmerising view from the hilltop, the huge white Buddha statue looks beautiful and serene


Goa Buddha Statue
Sign board at the entry point


Washrooms are available? What is the suitable time to visit

Yes, as one climbs up the hill, almost halfway through there are washrooms and resting places. It’s a private property owned by the Nagesh family. There is parking area in case one wishes to drive halfway through.


How is the view from the top?

The View from the top is magnificent. Begin your trekking journey early to avoid direct sun as there is no shelter or shade.


Clothing Recommendations for Optimal Comfort and Mobility

1 –  Opt for loose-fitting trousers that provide ample legroom for ease of movement. Tight clothing can restrict your stride and lead to discomfort, especially during extended periods of walking.

2 – Wearing sturdy and comfortable shoes is essential for walking long distances. Proper footwear will protect your feet from blisters and fatigue while providing support and stability on uneven terrain.

3 – Protect yourself from the sun by wearing a hat or cap. This will prevent sunburn and keep you cool during the day.


Additional Tips:

It is better to carry a hat or Umbrella. There are multiple adventurous places on the way but they are not fully operational. Take enough water bottles and snacks before climbing. The best time to visit is at sunrise or sunset.


Goa Buddha Statue
Way up the statue – Road condition


Is the place recommended for tourists?

A bit on the offbeat side and not a touristy place. Suitable for the locals as they are familiar with the situation.


What is the best time to visit?

Gudi Paroda the Buddha statue in Goa, the best time to visit is from October to March, during the morning or evening. They close before 6:00 pm, and most importantly beware of wild animals and hence not recommended beyond 6 pm.

If you are walking by that road it’s not a good idea to walk between 11 am to 3 pm approx. And as there are no trees on the way, one is bound to get exhausted and dehydrated due to the unfavourable roads.

Goa Buddha Statue – Conclusion

Whether you seek peace and introspection or an exhilarating adventure, the Goa Buddha Statue has something to offer everyone. Stay tuned for future updates on the statue and surrounding area, as this unique destination continues to evolve and captivate visitors.


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