At the foot of the fort is the church dedicated to the Saint Jerome and the fort is famous for hosting the annual 'Festa dos Reis Magos' which translates to the Feast of the Three Wise Souls on the 6th of every January.
The best time to visit the Reis Magos Fort is in summer. Getting to Reis Magos Fort is easy and being relatively small, sightseeing doesn’t take long. From Panjim, Margao and Vasco, tours can be arranged, and it takes just under an hour to get there.
From Panjim, of course, the travel time is a lot lesser. If you’re based in north Goa, Candolim, Baga and Calangute, respectively, a cab ride is often the best way to get there or one can decide to ride down on a hired bike.