Although it is the coastal areas that are the biggest draw for visitors to Goa, if you travel inland you’ll find jungles, mountains, and agricultural areas. The north is known for its restaurants, bars and party-hearty beaches. In central Goa you'll find the mammoth ghost town that is Old Goa, as well as Panaji, the state capital. The less-traveled south is home to several high-end hotels and resorts, as well as small villages that allow a glimpse into Goa beyond the beach shacks and all-night parties.
Note that in addresses the terms wadi, waddo, and vado all mean "street."