Goa

Sun, Sand and beaches! Palm fringed picture postcard beaches, scenic Arabian sea, the green Konkan belt – Goa is a tourist's delight. One can soak up the sun for that perfect tan, leisurely sip the famous feni, go for a brisk surin or take part in adventure sports while enjoying the holidays in Goa. It rightly called India's Tourist Paradise.Goa, an endearing abode of scenic charm is a paradise, squeezed between the seas and the lush forested hills.

Also called as the Pearl of the Orient, Goa is located on the west coast of India. Being a Portuguese settlement, Goa retains its foreign air – with a strong Portuguege influence in every walk of life. Lively and happening, Goa is abuzz with the country's biggest party scene.

Panaji is Goa's famous capital. Quaint and comfortable, Panaji is fully equiped to handle foreign tourists, with every modern comfort being easily available. One can go on a variety of cruises in Panaji, sailing smoothly into the Arabian sea.  Vasco da gama is Goa's biggest city. Margao is another popular town exhibiting much of the Portuguese influence in Goa.

One cannot talk of Goa without mentioning its amazing beaches. Baga, Anjuna, Chapora, Calangute beaches of North Goa attract a lot of tourists and are lively throughout the year. These beaches are lined with shacks that provide fresh sea food and drinks. Some shacks arrange special events to attract more customers.  Many parties, concerts happen throughout the year. Miramar, Dona Paula are other beaches of the north. The beaches of Goa are a bee-hive for adventure water sports. From the fancy banana boat ride to sky-diving, the tourist has every opportunity to use up the adrenaline. Majorda, Palolim, Benaulim, Colva, Bogmalo are some of the south goa's popular beaches. Fort Chapora and many a forts in Goa, make it a cute picnic destination. Goa also has a lot of churches. The Bascilica of Bom Jesus is the most popular. It is a world heritage site, having the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier.

The aromatic, sumptuous sea-food flavoured mildly with the spices of the Konkan is a must-eat. The feni, the Kokam are unique to Goa.

So move your feet, groove to the light jazz, feel the wind, hold that sail and live it up, at Goa! There's no place quite like this!

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Goa

Day 1:

Pick up from the Airport/ Railway station and transfer to the hotel in Panjim. Later check in to Hotel and morning is free for individual activities and shopping. In the evening have a boat cruise and overnight night stay in Panjim. 

 

Day 2:

After breakfast proceed for a full day North Goa tour, visit the Temples, Churches, Portuguese Forts and beaches in North Goa. Overnight stay in Panjim

 

Day 3:

Sun, Sand and beaches! Palm fringed picture postcard beaches, scenic Arabian sea, the green Konkan belt – Goa is a tourist's delight. One can soak up the sun for that perfect tan, leisurely sip the famous feni, go for a brisk surin or take part in adventure sports while enjoying the holidays in Goa. It rightly called India's Tourist Paradise.Goa, an endearing abode of scenic charm is a paradise, squeezed between the seas and the lush forested hills.

Also called as the Pearl of the Orient, Goa is located on the west coast of India. Being a Portuguese settlement, Goa retains its foreign air – with a strong Portuguege influence in every walk of life. Lively and happening, Goa is abuzz with the country's biggest party scene.

Panaji is Goa's famous capital. Quaint and comfortable, Panaji is fully equiped to handle foreign tourists, with every modern comfort being easily available. One can go on a variety of cruises in Panaji, sailing smoothly into the Arabian sea.  Vasco da gama is Goa's biggest city. Margao is another popular town exhibiting much of the Portuguese influence in Goa.

One cannot talk of Goa without mentioning its amazing beaches. Baga, Anjuna, Chapora, Calangute beaches of North Goa attract a lot of tourists and are lively throughout the year. These beaches are lined with shacks that provide fresh sea food and drinks. Some shacks arrange special events to attract more customers.  Many parties, concerts happen throughout the year. Miramar, Dona Paula are other beaches of the north. The beaches of Goa are a bee-hive for adventure water sports. From the fancy banana boat ride to sky-diving, the tourist has every opportunity to use up the adrenaline. Majorda, Palolim, Benaulim, Colva, Bogmalo are some of the south goa's popular beaches. Fort Chapora and many a forts in Goa, make it a cute picnic destination. Goa also has a lot of churches. The Bascilica of Bom Jesus is the most popular. It is a world heritage site, having the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier.

The aromatic, sumptuous sea-food flavoured mildly with the spices of the Konkan is a must-eat. The feni, the Kokam are unique to Goa.

So move your feet, groove to the light jazz, feel the wind, hold that sail and live it up, at Goa! There's no place quite like this!

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Goa

Day 1: Pick up from the Airport/ Railway station and transfer to the hotel in Panjim. Later check in to Hotel and morning is free for individual activities and shopping. In the evening have a boat...