Fun Filled Goa (3 Nights & 4 Days)

Fun Filled Goa (3 Nights & 4 Days)

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 Inclusions

    Return Airfare Ex - Delhi
    Two half days sight seeing, boat cruise
    Accommodation for 03 Nights / 04 Days
    Airport /Railway Station or Bus stop pickup and drop
    Welcome Drink on Arrival
    Free use of swimming pool, gym and indoor games.
    Indian Breakfast
    Applicable Taxes.

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Goa Touristm Places


The party capital of India, this little paradise on earth is a package full of surprises. You can find some brilliant food and drinks on happening beaches in both North and South districts of the place, and an equal number of unexplored, quiet beaches for an astoundingly calm experience. Another high point of Goa tourism is the rich Portuguese history. The city and people of Goa will welcome you with open arms." Welcome to the surreal beauty of a vast expanse of the clear blue sea and silver sandy beaches, the imposing, grand forts and the verdant lofty mountains. Come to Goa for a complete holiday experience - soothe your senses with a cool drink on a beach bed or be a total party animal at happening beach and club parties. Goa tourism has much for adventure-freaks looking for an adrenaline rush, for there are water-sports and other adventure-sports in plenty. Those seeking the solace of religion will find a multitude of ancient temples and ornate churches, each with its own little story.

The Basilica of Bom Jesus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a must see for some great insights into the Portuguese history of Goa, which dictates most of Goan culture and lifestyle. A foodie-haven for sea-food lovers and other exquisite cuisines. To sum it up, between  its Portuguese past, its fishing village feel, its world famous beaches, ancient temples, paddy fields and plantations, Goa has something for everyone. This very tiny patch of India's west coast is very large-hearted land indeed. The Portuguese rule from 1510 to 1961 left its imprint on local language, religion, cuisine, music, and of course, built heritage. The sea beaches and hills were gifted by nature. Tourism brought water sports, Western migrants brought alternative ways of life, and everyone seems to have brought beer and fish. The Goan meanwhile is sussegad , laid back and easy.

Visited Places in Goa

Panaji:  The capital of Goa and headquarters of North Goa District, a small and charming city on the left bank of silvery Mandovi River, with beautiful red-roofed houses, built in Latin style, also          boasts of many modern houses, well laid gardens, statues and avenues lined with Glmohar, Acassia and other trees. Enchanting panorama unfolds from atop Altinho (HillTop).


Mapusa:  13kms. The capital of Bardez Taluka, on the National Highway 17, is at the cross roads of the network of highways covering whole of North Goa. Weekly fair on Friday is held at the modern streamline market, attended by large crowds.

Pilar: 11 Kms. Important religious and eductional centre of Christian Missionaries. The Church, Seminary and School atop hillock command a magnificent panorama of the countryside around and a fine view of Mormugao Harbour & Zuari River.

Margao: 33 Kms. The capital of South Goa District in the hinterland of Southern Goa in Salcate Taluka is a thriving commercial metropolis linked by rail to the rest of India & Mormugao Harbour and by National Highways, with Maharashtra and Karnataka. It has imposing old mansions and modern buildings.



Vasco-Da-Gama:  30 Kms. A modern, well laid out city close to Mormugao Harbour, has beautiful and extensive avenues. The air terminus of Goa at Dabolim lies on the outskirts of the city. It is also the railway terminus for passenger service on the South Central Railway.



Mormugao Harbour: 34 ksm. (4 kms. From Vasco-Da-Gama) is one of the finest natural anchorages on the West Coast of India and the hub of intense maritime activity.

Chandor (Chandar): 9 kms. East of Margao the menezes Braganza House, mostly late 18th Century and previously owned by Lemon nationalist and Journalist Luis De Menezes Braganza has a series of magnificent rooms especially the great salon with its fine furniture and the largest private library in Goa.

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