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Goa Tour

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  • Holiday Region

    Western India

  • Duration

    03 Nights / 04 Days

  • Best Time

    Mid-November to Mid-February

Day 01 : Arrive in Goa

Day 01 : Arrive in Goa

On arrival transfer to hotel will be given on sharing basis.
Check in to hotel.
Day free.
Overnight Stay at The Hotel.

Day 02 : Explore Goa

Day 02 : Explore Goa

Breakfast at the designated restaurant
Day is free to explore Goa.
Overnight Stay at The Hotel.

Day 03 : Day at leisure

Day 03 : Day at leisure

Breakfast at the designated restaurant
Day free.
Overnight Stay at The Hotel.

Day 04 : Departure from Goa

Day 04 : Departure from Goa

Breakfast at the hotel
Check out by noon
Contact concierge for your departure Transfer to the airport..

Goa Markets

Goa Markets

The Anjuna flea market is held every Wednesday from morning until evening except during the monsoon season on the southern end of Anjuna Beach. The market has exploded in size and attracts people from all over Goa. It's now got over 500 stalls and is still growing. You'll find a huge assortment of goods there, but make sure you bargain. After a day of shopping til you drop, head over to Curly's beach shack and take in the sunset scene there.

If one market isn't enough for you, the very hip Saturday Night Market and Mackie's Night Bazaar, both in the Arpora Baga area, are also worth checking out. They offer entertainment, including live music, as well as an eclectic range of food.

Latin Quarter and Portuguese Mansions

Latin Quarter and Portuguese Mansions

Capital city Panjim is worth visiting for its Fontainhas neighborhood. Declared a UNESCO Heritage Zone in 1984, it gets its name (meaning "fountain") from the fountain at the foot of the hill. You'll be transported back in time as you wander past colorful old Portuguese homes, belonging to the last surviving Portuguese families of Goa. Narrow winding streets and lanes, quaint shops, art galleries, bakeries, and restaurants give it an undeniable charm. Plan your visit with this essential guide to Fontainhas.

Old Goa

Old Goa

Once the magnificent Portuguese capital of Goa India, these days all that remains of Old Goa is a handful of imposing churches and cathedrals. They are among the largest in Asia, though. Some of the buildings have now become archaeological museums, and provide a fascinating display of Goa's history.

One of the most interesting buildings in Old Goa is the Convent and Church of Saint Francis of Assisi, built in 1521. Just opposite is the Basilica of Bom Jesus, which contains the preserved remains of the body of Saint Frances Xavier, a revered missionary and the patron saint of Goa. The body is shown to the public every 10 years (the last exhibition happened in early 2015). Old Goa is situated not far from Panjim, Goa's current capital.

Wildlife Sanctuaries

Wildlife Sanctuaries

Goa India isn't just all about beaches and churches. The state's location along the mountainous Western Ghats is home to an array of birds and animals. Around 20% of Goa consists of wildlife sanctuaries. They're open all year round, although October to March are the best months to visit.

The two main sanctuaries are Bhagwan Mahvir (of which Mollem National Park is a part) and Cotigao. On the fringe of the Mollem National Park, you'll find the imposing Dudhsagar Falls, where the water rages down from a huge height during and just after the monsoon season. Accommodations, provided by the Goa Forest Department, are available at both sanctuaries. For a very eco-friendly stay, try a mud hut at the Shanti Nature Resort in Mollem National Park

Package Includes

Travel Insurrance
All drink inculded
Lunch in restaurant
All tickets museum
Tour guide