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Goa Itinerary


Day 1

Your Plan

Start your beautiful trip, on your arrival at the Panjim Airport / Railway station / bus stand, meet our great representative and go to the hotel. Unpack and relax. Visit the local market in the evening or enjoy the nightlife at Goa beaches. For party hoppers there are plenty of options in Goa, majorly where you can visit are Titos, Club Cubana, Club Blue, Capetown Café.

Drop back to hotel and overnight at the Hotel.

Day 2

Your Plan

After breakfast at the hotel, you can enjoy on your own at the beaches of North Goa. The Baga Beach is apt for swimming due to its clean, white sand.Then you can visit Vagator beach, which is highly photographedand is just 8km away. The rocky cliffs make a good contrast with the yellow sand. Experience a relaxing fun filled dolphin safari to spot wild dolphins in the Arabian Sea. Next, visit Fort Aguada,the fort is a popular tourist spot, so Enjoy the cool sea breeze while at the beaches and the breath taking sunset.

In the night return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 3

Your Plan

Keep this day for exploring Old Goa. You can start with Fontainhas, the ancient Portuguese neighborhood in Goa. This area is quiet, peaceful and has a historical charm to it. Fontainhas is a heaven for a lover of offbeat environment. Next, you can start your spiritual journey of this region, first visit Mangeshi Temple, it is a beautiful temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Post lunch you can start the other half of the day from Se Cathedral and 7 mins away Basilica of Bom Jesus church.You can also visit other spiritual sites afterwards.

Come to the Miramar Beach; it lies near the confluence of the Mondovi River and the Arabian Sea. The soft, golden sand of this beach is ideal for a stroll. And in the evening visit Dona Paula view point and also enjoy Boat Cruise rides. Shopaholicscan also go for some local shopping at Mapusa Market. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 4

Your Plan

After enjoying a traditional Goa breakfast,rejoice in a double treat as you tour the dewy spice plantation of Goa and also enjoy an elephant ride later.Upon reaching the spice plantation farm, you will be greeted by the farm people in a traditional way. Welcome drinks will be served, followed by a guided tour of the plantation farm.

Since Goa is known for its nightlife, there are plenty of options for partying two of them being Sinq Night Club, Cafe Mambos.

Day 5

Your Plan

Relish your breakfast and visit Loutlim big foot museum ,a miniature Goan village set up to recreate the rural life of old days. If you really wish to see Portuguese culture in India, it’s the perfect place to go. Bondla Forest is situated at a distance of about 29 kilometers from this museum. It is a major attraction for children and nature lovers.The night life of Goa occurs around the exhilarating water holes of this beach. Visit the Colva Beach, known as the Queen of all beaches. With 40 Km of endless white sand and numerous palm trees, this beach is perfect for a soothing sun bath. Apart from these, there are several number of beautiful beaches which you can explore: - Calangute beach, Arambol beach and so on.

Day 6

Your Plan

It’s time to say goodbye to Goa. Enjoy a wholesome breakfast then prepare for a fond farewell transfer to the airport and fly back, carry memories of this trip that will live with you for a lifetime!
  • Accommodation
  • Transfers
  • Sightseeing
  • Traditional Welcome in the hotel
  • Meals as per the itinerary
  • Transportation by Non A/C Innova/ Scorpio/ Tempo Traveler as per the category opted and number of people.
  • Airfare
  • Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered Entrances fee
  • In case of incomplete tour no refund due to personal reasons and natural calamity.
  • Travel insurance
  • Additional costs due to flight cancellation, road blocks etc.

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