Located at the extreme end of a narrow cape jutting into the Arabian Sea. Situated on the rim of the water-space formed by the merging of the perennial rivers of Mandovi, on one side, and Zuari, on the other, into the Arabian Sea, it is one of the Palaces of historical and architectural significance and antiquity in Goa. Earlier, during the Portuguese regime, it was the Official Residence of the Governors-General, which was then known as "Palacio do Cabo". Later, it was the Official Residence of the Lt. Governors of the Union Territory of Goa, Daman and Diu, under the name of "Cabo Raj Niwas", which name it retained till Goa was given the status of a State in 1987.
Hon'ble Governor Shri Bharat Vir Wanchoo at the Inauguration of National Level Training Programme on Cashew at Old Goa on April 22, 2014.... READ MORE
Hon'ble Governor Shri Bharat Vir Wanchoo garlanding the Statue of Bharat Ratna Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar on the occasion of his 123rd Birth ... READ MORE
Hon'ble Governor Shri Bharat Vir Wanchoo at the Annual Social Gathering of Vidhya Vruddhi Saunstha at Ravindra Bhavan, Margao on April 6,... READ MORE
Hon'ble Governor Mr. Bharat Vir Wanchoo at the 51st National Maritime Day celebrations at Dabolim on April 5, 2014.... READ MORE
Hon'ble Governor Mr. Bharat Vir Wanchoo at the Annual Social Gathering-cum-Prize Distribution Function of Goa Medical College at Kala Aca... READ MORE
Hon'ble Governor Mr. Bharat Vir Wanchoo at the inauguration of Music Concert by Arti Ankalikar organized by Swastik Cultural Association ... READ MORE
Hon'ble Governor of Goa, Shri Bharat Vir Wanchoo addressing the participants of the 26th Naval Higher Command Course on "Internal Se... READ MORE