A holiday in Goa is all about sea, surf and sand On the day you arrive in Goa, you will get a transfer from an agreed upon location to your hotel. Once you have checked-in, spend the day at leisure. After a scrumptious dinner, return to the room and get a comfortable overnight sleep at the Goa.
After Breakfast today you are free for Shopping or Leisure activities. or you get started driving towards North Goa to spend the day sightseeing around north Goa, while visiting the popular and beautiful beaches such as Calungate, Miramar and Baga Beach. You can also get the opportunity of visiting other tourist places like Old Goa Churches and Fort Aguada. After a tasty dinner, return to the room and enjoy an overnight stay at the Goa.
Calangute Beach The Calangute Beach is one of the popular beaches in Goa and is often dubbed as the "Queen of the Beaches". It is a perfect getaway for the hippies and the best time to visit this beach is during the Christmas season and in the month of May. The Calanguate beach portrays a perfect environment of the local Goan culture and it is said that the beach was discovered by the hippies themselves in the early 60s.
Candolim Beach The Candolim Beach is one of the most happening and frequented beaches in Goa that is also one of the longest beaches in the state. Nonetheless the Candolim Beach is also famous for hosting India's biggest electronic music dance festival, the Sunburn Festival, which is organized by Percept, an Entertainment, Media and Communications conglomerate. The Sunburn Festival is organized every year in the month of December.
Baga Beach Located in North Goa, the Baga Beach is one of the happening beaches in Goa that hosts everything from water sports to fine dining restaurants, along with a pulsating nightlife. The major attraction at Baga Beach in Goa is water sports, which includes parasailing, wind surfing, kite surfing and Jet Ski. Moreover the Baga Beach in Goa is popular for its rejuvenating nightlife. The Tito's Lane - home to the infamous Club Tito and Cafe Mambo are mostly frequented. The pulsating DJ nights and pouring cocktails fetches in tourists from in and around Goa to these lounges.
Morjim Beach Home to the Olive ridley sea turtle, an endangered species, the Morjim Beach is one of the popular beaches in Goa that is located in Pernem on the northern bank of the Chapora River estuary. Being in its ambiance one could easily discover why Morjim is often dubbed as "Little Russia".
In the morning, take your breakfast and proceed towards South Goa beaches. Enjoy the sightseeing of the main tourist attractions of South Goa comprising Mangeshi Temple, Santa Durga Temple and some more attractions. After enjoying the long sightseeing tour of South Goa, On the way back you have to option of going to the Boat Cruise with Music on the Mandovi River. After enjoying a hearty dinner, retire to the room and enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the Goa.
Dona Paula Located close to Panjim and overlooking the Arabian Sea, Dona Paula is one of the popular hangout destinations in Goa. During the tourist season, between the months of November and March, Dona Paula beats the clamour of tourists from different parts of the world which is otherwise a calm beautiful place during monsoons.
Shanta Durga Temple This is the most famous temple of Goa and holds a special place in the heart of every Goan Hindu and also in Goans as a whole. This is one of the most important tourist places in Goa
Shri Mangesh Temple The stunning 400-year-old Shri Mangesh temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is outstanding with its simple and elegant structure. It is considered to be the most beautiful among the temples in Goa and among the most important places to visit in Goa. A wonderful seven-storeyed lamp tower or deepstambha stands in the temple complex. The temple also has a beautiful water body, which many believe is the oldest part of the temple.
Churches Travelers must visit its famous churches as Goa is exactly synonymous with churches. All these churches are great example of rich historical past of Goa and are living testimonies of ancient culture. Reis Magos Church, Se Cathedral, Church of St. Augustine, Church of St. Francis, Mary Immaculate Conception and St. Anne Church are some of the famous churches in Goa.
After a scrumptious breakfast today, check-out from the hotel and get started driving towards to your onward journey.