THE GOA COST SAVER (4 Days, 3 Nights)

THE GOA COST SAVER (4 Days, 3 Nights)

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Overview

Itinerary
Day 1: Arrival at Goa Airport / Railway station / Bus Stand
Our representative meets you at the Dabolim Airport / Madgaon Railway Station / Panajim Bus Stand and transfers you to the resort in an exclusive chauffeured Air Conditioned car / coach. Relax at the Resort till the evening. Leisure walks to the nearby beaches in the evening. Overnight stay at the resort.
 
Day 2: Sight-seeing in Goa
After breakfast, enjoy a full-day tour to the sight-seeing attractions of South Goa like Dona Paula, Mangeshi temple, Goan churches, etc. In the evening, enjoy a boat cruise on the river Mandovi with live entertainment. Overnight stay at the resort.
 
Day 3: Relax at the resort
After breakfast, enjoy a half-day tour to the sight-seeing attractions of North Goa like Fort Aguada, beaches, churches, etc. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure. In the evening, stroll the nearby beaches, explore the local Goan markets or just relax at the resort. Overnight stay at the resort.
 
Day 4: Departure from Goa Airport / Railway Station
After morning breakfast, you will be transferred to the Dabolim Airort / Madgao Railway Station / Panajim Bus Stand in a private and exclusive chauffeured Air Conditioned car / coach for further journey to your hometown.
 
Travel Plan
Arrival at Goa
3 Nights stay in North Goa
Departure from Goa
 
PACKAGE INCLUDES:
 Accommodation:
Accommodation in the specified rooms in the selected Room Category with meals subject to the plan selected. All rooms will be Air Conditioned.
Twin sharing accommodation with private bath or shower and toilet in each room, where available.
Meals:
Daily buffet breakfast and dinner at the hotel for the all guest travellers
Pick up and Drop:
Pickup and drop will be done from the Goa Airport / Railway station / Bus station on the arrival and departure day respectively.
 Road Transfers:                                                                                                                          
All sight-seeing and land transfers in chauffeured Air Conditioned Car or Coach accompanied with an English/Hindi speaking friendly driver-cum-guide throughout your trip.
Transfers between the appropriate overseas airports/stations/ports and your hotels as specified in your itinerary
Driver allowance, toll, parking, road tax, fuel charge, etc.
 Complimentary:
Child below 5 yrs will be complimentary with the guest.             
Services of our local representatives as applicable
 
PACKAGE EXCLUDES:
Air / rail / bus tickets from hometown to Goa and back
All personal expenses related to flight / train tickets from your Hometown to Goa.
Entrance fees at all sightseeing spots, wherever applicable.
Any other optional activities not mentioned in the itinerary.
Lunch and any other food and beverages, etc. (not mentioned in the itinerary)
Travel insurance.
The cost of personal items such as laundry, drinks with meals or otherwise, incidentals etc.
Airport security charges if levied by any airport to cover the cost of security arrangements. 
Airport departure taxes payable locally.
Pilgrimage Tourism in Goa
Being a state of miscellaneous religious populations, Goa is home to many places of worship that draw tourists from all over the world. Churches, temples and other religious places have made Goa one of the most visited destinations of the world. Religious places in Goa have a soul, which plunges deep into its unique history and rich culture. The Churches in Goa are a memento of its age old custom and even the bits and pieces of its celebrated past. With a significant population of Goans being Christians for many generations today, the Church is a significant factor in Goa`s social, cultural and religious life. Inhabited mostly by Christians the Churches in Goa are not only an instance of architectural spectacle but even replicate the traditions of the simple Goan people. Se Cathedral of Goa is one of the largest in Asia. Religious pilgrims are enthralled to hear of the Cross of Miracles, which is placed in the cathedral. This cathedral in Goa is a must see religious center for the pilgrimage tourists. The church of St. Anne is another popular destination for the Christians who come from all over the world to offer their prayer here. The Basilica of Bom Jesus located in old Goa is of great religious significance. It is a World Heritage Monument in India. The church is renowned all over the world for the preserved mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. He was the member of Society of Jesus and came to India to spread Christianity with the Portuguese. Every year thousands of people visit the cathedral especially in the month of December. Hindus also form a considerable part of the population in Goa. There are many temples which are of utmost religious importance. Sri Mangueshi temple at Ponda in Goa is the most well-known among temples. It is one of the most visited religious centers of the Hindus. Shri Mahalakshmi temple at Bandora is regarded as the dwelling place of the original Goddess of the Shakti cult. Its significance lies in the fact that it was the first Hindu temple to be built in this Indian state. Though there is very little Muslim population in Goa but there are many well known places of worship for them. There are around twenty six mosques which are scattered all over the state of Goa. The Jama Masjid and the Safa Shahouri Masjid are two of the most famous mosques in Goa. These mosques hold great religious significance for the Muslim pilgrims.
 
Nature Tourism in Goa
Goa is a nature lover`s dream destination. Visitors holidaying in Goa will take pleasure in the large assortment of water falls, parks, and popular wildlife sanctuaries. Goa is a luxuriant natural bliss bounded on the one side by the foothills of the Sahyadri range and on the other side by the Arabian Sea. Goa is gifted with lakes, waterfalls and springs of matchless exquisiteness. They are situated far from the hustle and bustle, away from the coast, in the interiors. There are three major waterfalls of Goa which emerge from great heights and flow through the uneven terrains. These three rippling streams of silvery water draw innumerable tourists who desire idyllic solitude of secluded nature. The Arvalem waterfall of Goa looks stunning with the roaring cascade of water gushing down the rocky topography of the mountain behind it. The Dudhsagar Falls is one of the most interesting falls of India and the largest and highest fall of Goa. It is a lucrative tourist haunt. The Kesarval waterfall is another magnificent spectacle for the nature lovers. Lakes in Goa are also a mush visited destination for the tourists. The Corambolin Lake in the east of old Goa is a wonderful place for the lovers of nature. Another place which is an important tourist destination is the Mayem Lake in Goa. This is a man made lake in Goa and is surrounded by undulating green hills. It serves as an ideal picnic spot for the tourists. Wild life in Goa is an integral part of its tourism. Major portion of the land of Goa is allotted to forests and wildlife. The wildlife sanctuaries in Goa are doing their best to safeguard their flora and fauna. The Bondla wildlife sanctuary is the smallest wildlife reserve in Goa and is a big favourite with school children and people who love nature. The sanctuary houses a botanical garden, a small deer-park, a rose garden, and a zoo, which was in the beginning established to refuge orphaned animals. The Bhagvan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary is a huge crowd puller and the biggest sanctuary in Goa. It is in true sense a paradise for the bird watchers. The Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, near Panaji in Goa is a safe haven to the local and migratory birds and a must see for the travellers.
 
Leisure Tourism in Goa
The monumental wonder in Goa is bound to mesmerise its tourists. Goa is a treasure trove for architectural marvel. Studding the country side beyond and among the bright green paddy fields are the divine houses of sanctity, beautiful churches and Portuguese styled country mansions that delight every tourist with their Portuguese aroma blended with Goan fragrance. The complete scale and quantity of the country mansions together with the majesty of its interiors makes them the most splendid of all country mansions. The landscape of Goa is dotted with villas, heritage houses, mansions that are a reminder of the Portuguese epoch. The Salvador Costa mansion in a village in South Goa is a grand architectural creation. It is noted for its gothic style windows and verandas and the fairy tale gardens. The Figueredo mansion in Goa is another spectacular mansion and a much visited site for the leisure tourists. A visit to the forts of Goa is a memorable experience of a life time. Located in a land of rivers and canals, these forts are surrounded by Arabian Sea in the west. The Tiracol fort on the coast of the Arabian Sea was built during the 16th century and is an architectural spectacle. The fort has in its courtyard the century old Church of St. Anthony. The church is opened only on special occasions and has a classical late Goan facade. The Mormugao fort is situated at the extreme northwestern point of Salsete and guard the entrance to the port. As, a main component of Goan history, and being one of the most significant India forts it is also very popular with the tourists taking interest in historical travel activities of Goa. The Chapora Fort of Goa is one of the finest specimens of Portuguese architecture. The view from the fort is splendid and the houses built in dense groves of coconut palms, inhabited by fishing community look very pleasing to the eyes. These historical monuments in Goa give a glimpse of the bygone era of this state.
 
Beach Tourism in Goa
Beaches in Goa are the most vital part of its tourism. These beaches are divided into North Goa and South Goa Beaches. The Candolim beach in north Goa is not too crowded and is a popular hub among the package tourists. Baga is a small fishing beach with an orchard of shady palms close to the water`s periphery. It is flat, safe for swimming and has white sand. The Bambolim beach is a small and clean beach in north Goa. Tourists out here can enjoy good food at the Bambolim Beach Resort restaurant, where cheerful folk music is also heard. There are some beautiful beaches in south Goa as well such as the Palolem beach which is a fishing beach popular for its dolphin cruises and fishing trips. The Agonda is a virgin stretch of beach twelve kilometers from Palolem. The waters are crystal clear and it`s easy to see the underneath the shore while swimming. Among the other popular beaches in Goa are the Colva beach, the Anjuna and the Calangute beach. The numerous palm-fringed sandy beaches are a major tourist attraction in Goa. Ferry rides in Goa are also popular among the leisure tourists. Goa also has a few museums and the important among them are Goa State museum and the Naval Aviation museum. 

 

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