Mumbai Goa Tour Package
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‘Delightful Goa Vacation’ tour is an exciting mishmash of South Goa and South Goa destinations. In North Goa,
you will visit the famous Baga and Calangute Beaches, each of which is best known for its beach shacks, sun
lounges and nightlife. The journey also includes a visit to the Dona Paula Beach, famous for its water sports.
Other places that you will visit include Old Goa churches such as The Basilica of Bom Jesus and Chapel of St.
Francis Xavier and Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Fort Aguada and Chapora Fort. Then there is Colva Beach in
South Goa famous for its beach shacks, food stalls, restaurants & bars. Read the itinerary given below.
Return economy class airfares.
All Sightseeing by private car.
4 Night Accommodation in South Goa as per itinerary.
Govt. Service Tax @ 3.09%
Kindle your spirit as you enter the lanes of Goa. Get wooed by its charm and merriment environment.
Swaying palm trees and sparking water bodies, sandy beaches and alluring Goan cuisine, sensational night
life and obscure rejuvenation water sport activities, together has made Goa a place full of glitter and gold. In
fact entertainment and Goa goes hand-in-hand. Below is the 5 day itinerary planned for you in South Goa?
Have a look!
You arrive at Dabolim, international airport in Goa. From airport you will be transferred to your hotel. You
will get a traditional Indian welcome. A warm cup of coffee will be served on your arrival. Rest of the day is at
If you are looking for a stunning sandy beach, warm waters and waves, Palolem Beach, South Goa is the best
beach to start your trip with. This beautiful part of Goa, has beach hut accommodation, restaurants/bars
along the water and of course the beach itself. The sandy beach is perfect to lay out in and have a cocktail
while you relax and look toward the ocean. The water is amazing because it has a pleasantly warm
temperature in which you can soak in all day long. Spend at few hours here either relaxing or trying any of
the water sports. Catamaran sailing or Hobie cats is not only a relaxed but also a fun-filled sailing activity.
Goa's ideal climate with good weather conditions makes it apt for catamaran sailing. Goa Sailing is one of the
best outfits in Goa that can organize catamaran sailing trips for you. They are based at Palolem Beach.
For lunch, head to the Dersy Bar and Restaurant. With the multi-cuisine fares, some of the worth-trying
dishes are Kingfish fry, the Calamari Butter Garlic and classic Fish Curry.
Timings: 8am to 12midnight
Cuisines served: GOAN, INDIAN, CHINESE
Address: Near St Anne’s Church – Goa, Ph.: 2647503
Of course there are the tourist hotspots and needless to say, they are always teeming with people. There are,
nevertheless, must-goes. As you are traveling to Goa, I must say you should not miss visiting some of these
places. For a real taste of the colonial times, head over to Old Goa. Nothing beats the golden ages and this
place proves it. Starting from Se Cathedral to its many monasteries, cathedrals, monuments, nunneries like
the legendary Nunnery of Santa Monica (the only nunnery in Goa, built on the likes of a fortress), Ruins of
Church of St. Augustine and the many shrines that pop up at every nook and corner - a backpacker's dream
Most of the time will be spend exploring Old Goa and by the time you are back it's going to be late evening.
Have dinner before hitting a nightclub.
Have dinner at Simrose Restaurant popular for its Fried Pomfret, Frish Curry Rice, Tandoori dishes and
freshly prepared streaks. You can also sip in mocktails as you admire the alluring beauty around.
Timings: Timings: 9am to 12midnight
Cuisines served: GOAN, INDIAN, CHINESE, CONTINENTAL
Address: Near St. Anne High School, Near Cemetary – Goa, Ph: 2647259
DAY 3 say, they are always teeming with people. There are,
In the morning after breakfast, head to the Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary. It is the second largest sanctuary in
Goa. It borders the state of Karnataka and consists of thick forest with animals like deer, panther, bears, wild
boars and more. It has several watch towers from where you can view the wildlife.
You will take at least 2-3 hours here. By the time you come, it's going to be afternoon. So have lunch
at Fiplee’s. Fiplee is one of the best-known seasonal joints in South Goa. Some of the most recommended
dishes here are Chicken Tikka, the Malai Kebab and the Chicken Steak with Mushrooms.
Post lunch, take some rest and catch a glimpse of the turtles crawling towards the sea in Galgibaga
Beach located in the southernmost corner of Goa. This idyllic beach is used for the conservation of turtles,
hence you won't find a single commercial place near the beach. Tourists are also hard to find except for the
locals who come here on weekends. The beach is great for just relaxing or swimming.
You can then head to Cabo da Rama Fort, a fort named after God Rama of Hindu Ramayana epic fame. The
fort has occupies the mouth of the Sal river for centuries and then came into the possessions of the Portugese.
It was then used as a prison centuries ago and now is considered as a tourist attraction.
Then visit the Covered Market in the South Goa. The covered market in the centre is one of the largest and
most racous markets in Goa.
Have dinner at the Goan Hideout Restaurant & Bar, a brain child of a foreigner couple who had landed once
on this sandy beach. Try here the Pepper Steak, the Beef Steak, the Seafood Pasta and the Tiger Prawn dishes
to go with the drinks. The restaurant is surrounded with lush green coconut palms and a garden.
Location: Near Taj Exotica, Cal Vaddo – Goa
Johnny Cool’s child of a foreigner couple who had landed once is another great hang out place while you are in South Goa and best place to enjoy the second
night. Quite popular for its beers, snacks, feni. The crowd is usually young and the place is gets pretty
crowded. Good for chilling out over a couple of drinks, listening to local music and people watching.
Start your day with the most popular Colva Beach. This place has an aura of its own. The silvery mackerels
can be seen on the sand while taking a walk along the beach. Over here you can get into some activities such
as Jet-skiing. In Goa jet-skis will surely provide you an exhilarating experience. The best time to go for this
adventure sport is from September to March. Goa is definitely the one stop destination for all things exciting
and adventurous. So when it comes to adventure sports like parasailing, you can be rest assured that you are
in for one thrilling joy ride. Colva is known mostly for its speed boat rides and jet skiing, but you can still find
some decent parasailing operators in the beach.
There are many beach shack restaurants offering delicious seafood along with some vegeterain cuisines as
well. In South Goa you'll find Zeebop, a shack on the beach which serves good food but the ambiance is what
gets it a full house, then there's the newly opened Skie Grille in Utorda that by far serves the best Tandoor
and barbecues, Goa has seen, (head here for the Cocktails too).
Post lunch head to Loutolim Village, in Salcette district of South Goa that is located about 26 kms from Colva.
Loutolim is easily the prettiest village you will come across in Goa. At first, all you'll see here are picture
postcard perfect villas but a closer examination will reveal the mesmerisingly beautiful Portuguese finishing
to the architectural style that has been preserved painstakingly over the centuries. Loutolim is also home to
India's first open-air museum cum parkland known as the Big Foot, replete with huge lifelike laterite
sculptures on the ground, some as long as 14m, of Hindu Gods, Goddesses and prominent figures in Indian
History such as the famed singer Saint Mirabai.
Big Foot is easily a half day's affair. Even if you decide to skip it, Loutolim is filled with surprises. Go past the
stately Braganza Mansion and Miranda House, a charming old house owned by the famous Goan cartoonist
Mario Miranda whose work is open for public viewing.
After you are back head for the Agonda Beach. Stroll along the sandy seaside and enjoy the cool breeze
sweeping past the sea in the evening. Spend some quiet time over here with your family and then try
something different in Goa after two days of seafood.
If you are in a mood to bite into that perfect cheezy pizza then this is the place for you. It is an Italian
restaurant in Agonda. I was pretty impressed by what I read. Here it goes:
In morning after breakfast check out from hotel & get driven to airport for board a flight to your home or
where you want to wish go ahead with sweet memories.
Grand Total: INR 55814/- Inclusive of all taxes for 2
adults + Child Including all taxes.
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