Goa is undoubtedly India’s West Coast Paradise. It’s a perfect blend of natural beauty, lively nightlife and tropical environs. This pocket-sized state has been luring travellers from far and wide with its scenic beaches, lip-smacking Goan delicacies, breath-taking water sports, and abundant sunshine.
With a kaleidoscopic blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures, this state has an inordinate inclination towards spirituality and holds a rich heritage of sumptuous churches and temples.
Back in the ’60s, the North of the island became a hippy-haven, a place to escape the everyday chaos and quickly became a place for holiday-goers to hang out and party.
Sip on your Martinis while we take you on an awesome sauce vacation to the party-state with a flexible Goa tour package to experience its mixed cultures while you swim your way through it.
Goa, the smallest Indian state, is situated in the coastal Konkan region and on the bank of the Arabian Sea which forms its Western Coast. It’s known for its prominent landscape, palm-fringed beaches, historic monuments, and bustling nightlife.
This amazing beach-town offers an exclusive opportunity for travellers to rejuvenate themselves with some flexible hotel packages with luxury accommodation.
Best Time to Visit Goa
Although there is no fixed time to visit, the most preferred one is between October to March when the weather is beautifully balmy and clear with the cool sea breeze blowing through and the sky looking blue with moving white clouds.
It’s that time when monsoon just crosses over to the rest of India after having drenched the land of Goa.
It’s the model time to relax on the beaches amidst other tourists who make the most of it during these months. In December, Goa witnesses one of its most popular festivals, Sunburn, besides extensive Christmas and New Year celebrations and is home to several visitors from across the world.
The international airport in Goa at Dabolim, 29 kilometres away from the state’s capital- Panaji is well connected by daily flights from major cities in India and countries across the globe such as Qatar, Britain, Germany, and Russia among others.
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The two major railheads in Goa- Madgaon, and Thivim, are well connected by trains from cities all over the country.
In Goa, there are many public as well as private bus operators that offer options for intra-city and inter-city conveyance.
Highlights Of Travelling To Goa
- Relax on the glorious sands of different beaches.
- Explore the various Flea markets.
- Enjoy some heart-thumping water sports along with a dolphin sightseeing tour.
- Experience the best-known nightlife in Goa.
- Visit some of the beautiful churches and temples in Old Goa.
- Try some lip-smacking local cuisine.
Goa, India Tour Itinerary 2020
Day 1:Arrival in Goa
On arrival in Goa, you will be driven in an A/C private car by our tour representative. After check-in, a short briefing session of the tour will be provided.
After a good rest, you have the entire day at your disposal so do whatever pleases you. You can begin by visiting some near-by beaches. I’m sure that the swaying coconut trees and laid-back fishing villages will set the tone of your vacation.
Put on your best clothes as an evening full of dance, music and some gambling awaits you. Check out the popular pubs and try your luck at the casinos in Goa. End your day by heading back to the hotel and getting a good night’s sleep.
Day 2:North Goa Tour
Explore North Goa’s happening markets and beautiful beaches on this day. We start by visiting the Aguada Fort which is home to many iconic scenes from Bollywood films followed by exploring the beauty of Sinuerim Beach which also offers a variety of fun water sports.
Next, you will get to experience the serenity of Calangute Beach also known as the “Queen of Beaches” followed by enjoying some food and drinks at Baga Beach.
You could also enjoy shopping at the hippie flea markets of Anjuna Beach whilst exploring the Vagator Beach which is well-known for its soft white sand and is dotted with huge rocks and palm trees.
Next, you can engage yourself in viewing the history-rich ruins of Chapora Fort which offers a breath-taking view of the Vagator Beach, the Arabian Sea, the Chapora River and the scenic surrounding areas. End your day by heading back to the hotel and getting a good night’s sleep.
Day 3:South Goa Tour
Post breakfast, we will proceed for a full-day tour to some of South Goa’s tourist spots. The perfect blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures will make this day worth remembering.
We kick start the day by visiting the Shri Shantadurga Temple in Kavlem followed by the Shri Maguesh Temple in Priol.
We now move on to Old Goa’s famous churches which include Basilica of Bom Jesus, Catholic Church of St. Francis of Assisi and Se Cathedral.
The grandeur of these churches will leave you speechless! We end our day at Miramar Beach. After a tiring yet fun-filled day, get back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 4:Leisure Day
We leave Day 4 for you where you can explore Goa on your own. After breakfast, you can either spend your day in the hotel where you can enjoy a swim in the swimming pool or you can stroll around the streets of Goa and check out the markets where you can find some good souvenirs to take back home.
Don’t miss out on the delicious Goan delicacies which will leave you wanting for more. Get back to your hotel and unwind.
Day 5: Departure from Goa
Post a scrumptious breakfast, it’s finally time for you to finish all your check-out from the hotel and bid adieu to Goa. You will be driven to your final destination as per your bookings.
- Meet and assist at arrival and departure.
- Welcome drinks on arrival at the hotel.
- Intracity travel by private A/C car with driver, fuel and taxes.
- Accommodation for 4 nights / 5 days in the hotel.
- Government taxes.
- Service charges.
- Gymnasium and Recreations.
- Sightseeing of places that are part of the package.
- 24×7 local support.
- Airfare / Train fare / Busfare
- All personal expenses.
- Travel insurance.
- Any services not mentioned under inclusions.
Q. How many days are required to explore Goa?
Ans. A minimum tour package of 3 nights / 4 days is required to explore Goa.
Q. What is the best time to visit Goa?
Ans. Although there is no fixed time to visit, the most preferred one is between October to March when the weather is pleasantly cool.
Q. Are water sports included in this package?
Ans. No, but you can ask your tour representative to customize it if you want water sports to be included.
Q. How much will a Goa tour cost?
Ans. A trip to Goa can cost anywhere between INR 10,000 to INR 25,000 depending upon your accommodation and the quality of services offered.
Q. Can we hire vehicles in Goa?
Ans. Yes, one can hire two or four-wheeled vehicles if one has a valid driving license.
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