Goa Tour Package (3Nights/4Days)

Goa Tour Package (3Nights/4Days)

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Beaches of Goa:
Experience sand, sea and surf. Goa beaches are extremely surprising beautiful and globally famous for their charm. Goa tour packages to experience and enjoy holidays with your friends and family enjoy Goa tour package from Delhi with your love once..
Churches of Goa:
Churches of Goa are country’s oldest churches which are proof of the state’s glorious and honorable past. The churches of the Goa are extremely beautiful and are not having only historical importance but religiously too. People come to From entire world for Goa tour.
Wildlife of Goa:
Goa Tour Package also famus for its wildlife for rich nature and its beauty. The wildlife of the Goa is home for various species of birds and animals like cobras, Malayan giant squirrel, elephants, deer’s, pythons, tigers and for many types of colorful birds and snakes. Goa is paradises for nature lover, wildlife and bird watchers are Bondala Wildlife Sanctuary, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary, and Cotigoa are some of the popular and key wildlife sanctuaries in the Goa.

Welcome To Goa
· Delhi - Goa - Delhi Return Airfair.
· Welcome Drink on Arrival
· 3 Nights Accommondation in Goa
· A/c Deluxe room with LCD TV, Fridge &Tea/Coffee maker(Charges applicable for replenishment
· Electronic safe, Hair dryer & Vanity mirrors
· Breakfast Only
· One complimentary sightseeing followed by evening boat cruise on River Mandovi BY  non a/c shared vehicle.
· Free usage of Health club, Swimming Pool
· Incl. of all applicable taxes.
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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.

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.
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.
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.
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


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