Romance in Goa (3 Nights & 4 Days) - Starting Price Rs 6,499 per person

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Romance in Goa (3 Nights & 4 Days) - Starting Price Rs 6,499 per person

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Rs. 6,499


  • Welcome drink (non-alcoholic) on arrival.
  • Return Airport/ Magaon railway station transfers by a/c shared vehicle.
  • 03 nights accommodation in well appointed air-conditioned "Executive Room/Club Cottage/Chalet/Premium room/Club Suite" as per the plan chosen.
  • Meals - Breakfast and dinner (TDH/ BUFFET).
  • Full Day Sight seeing of Old Goa Church, Miramar Beach, shopping trip to Panjim City by a/c shared vehicle followed by 45 min. Boat cruise on River Mandovi (Subject to weather conditions) once during the stay.
  • Vehicle will leave the resort for sightseeing at 11:00 am. Guests to report at the reception by 10:45am (No Lunch will be provided on Full Day Sightseeing as per APAI Plan). Complimentary two drinks 30ml each OR One
    pint of beer OR Two aerated soft beverages 200ml each per adult per evening served between 7.30pm & 9.00pm at a designated area only, strictly from our collection of house brand hard & soft beverages.
  • Complimentary use of in-room tea / Coffee maker - Replenishment once a day. Additional requirement will be on chargeable basis.
  • Free use of swimming pool in proper swim wear only.
  • All presently applicable hotel taxes. Should there be any further levy of Govt. / statutory taxes / charges; the same shall be chargeable extra as and when applicable.
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Price Does not include
  • Any Transportation
  • Important Notes:
  • For latest update & offers on above Package email us : [email protected]
  • Terms and Conditions
  • Above rates are per person
  • Service Tax
  • Hotel rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.
  • Rates are subject to change in case of any changes in hotel rates, rate of exchange, transport rates, government taxes or entrance fees.
Meals unless specified are not included.
The check in time is 1200 hours and check out time is 1200 hours for all the hotels. Early check in / late check out is subject to availability of rooms.
Above rates are not valid during His Holiness Teaching Period, Major Festivals,week long holidays.



Goa is actually squeezed between the seas and the lush forested hills. It has beautiful beach strips fringed with coconut palms and ultra fresh seafood. It was a Portuguese colony until 1961. Sometimes known as "Rome of the East", "Tourist Paradise" and "Pearl of the Orient", the state of Goa is located on the western coast of India in the coastal belt known as Konkan. Panaji (Panjim) is the state capital located on the banks of the Mondovi river and Vasco, Margao, Mapusa and Ponda are the other major towns. The magnificent scenic and serene beauty and the architectural splendors of its temples, churches and old houses have made Goa a firm favorite with travelers around the world. The best time to visit Goa is the winter season, when the whole city is decorated with lights and balloons and the people are in festive mood. Goa has a blend of western and the Indian culture. Goa has a multi-hued and distinctive lifestyle quite different from the rest of India. Goa offers tourism like beach, wildlife and monument tourism. Goa was liberated by the Indian Army from Portuguese colonization on December 19, 1961 and became a Union Territory along with the enclaves of Daman and Diu. On May 30, 1987 Goa was conferred statehood and became the 25th state of the Indian Republic. The warm and tolerant nature of the Goan people allows them to celebrate and enjoy the festivals of various religions such as Ganesh Chaturthi,Diwali, Christmas, Easter and Eid with equal enthusiasm. The tourist season in Goa begins in late September and carries on through early March. The weather in these months is usually dry and pleasantly cool. Besides the natural beauty, the fabulous beaches and sunshine, travelers to Goa love the laid-back, peaceful, warm and friendly nature of the Goan people. Goa offers different types of tourism ranging from beach to wildlife. The staple food of Goa is rice and Fish. Most commonly used languages are Konkani, Marathi and English. Goa is serviced by an international/national airport located at Dabolim near Vasco. It is well connected by rail and road too.


Places to see

1. Goa beaches

Goa's long stretch of sandy coastline is renowned for its multitude of beaches. There's something on offer for everyone, from luxury resorts to makeshift huts, and trance parties to tranquility. The Goa India beach that's right for you will depend on the kind of experience you want to have. Want water sports? Head to Baga. Want to hang with the hippies. Try Arambol. Prefer isolation? Agonda or Patnem might be the beach for you.

2. Anjuna Flea Market

The Anjuna flea market is held every Wednesday from morning until evening, except during the monsoon season, on the southern end of Anjuna Beach. The market has has exploded in size and attracts people from all over Goa. It's now got over 500 stalls, and is still growing. You'll find a huge assortment of goods there, but make sure you bargain. After a day of shopping til you drop, head over to Curly's beach shack and take in the sunset scene there.

If one market isn't enough for you, the Saturday night market in Arpora (not far from Calangute Beach) is also worth checking out. It offers entertainment, including live music, as well as an eclectic range of food.

3. Old Goa

Once the magnificent Portuguese capital of Goa India, these days all that remains of Old Goa is a handful of imposing churches and cathedrals. They are amongst the largest in Asia though. Some of the buildings have now become archeological museums, and provide a fascinating display of Goa's history.

One of the most interesting buildings in Old Goa is the Convent and Church of Saint Francis of Assisi, built in 1521. Just opposite is the Basilica of Bom Jesus, which contains the preserved remains of the body of Saint Frances Xavier, a revered missionary and the patron saint of Goa. The body is shown to the public every 10 years, with the next exhibition due in 2014.

Old Goa is situated not far from Panaji, Goa's current capital.

4. Wildlife Sanctuaries

Goa India isn't just all about beaches and churches. The state's location along the mountainous Western Ghats is home to an array of birds and animals. Around 20% of Goa consists of wildlife sanctuaries. They're open all year round, although October to March are the best months to visit.

The two main sanctuaries are Bhagwan Mahvir (of which Mollem National Park is a part) and Cotigao. On the fringe of the Mollem National Park you'll find the imposing Dudhsagar Falls, where the water rages down from a huge height during and just after the monsoon season. Accommodations, provided by the Goa Forest Department, are available at both sanctuaries. For a very eco-friendly stay, try a mud hut at the Shanti Nature Resort in Mollem National Park.

5. Spice Plantations

Another highlight of a trip to Goa India is the spice plantations around Ponda. Goa's tropical climate and dense forests makes it an ideal place to grow spices. The spice farms are open to visitors. You can take a guided tour, enjoy the picturesque scenery, and finish with a spicy lunch.

One of the most acclaimed spice plantations in Goa is the Savoi Plantation, reached by an enchanting drive through dense jungles and hills from Ponda. Others include the Sahakari Spice Farm, Pascol Spice Village, Abyss, and the Tropical Spice Plantation. Accommodations, and other activities such as elephant or boat rides, are offered at many of the farms.



Goa Beach
Goa Fort
Fort Aguada
Goa Water Sports
Goa River Mandovi Cruise


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