One of the most visited destinations in India, Goa promises a fun-filled and entertaining holiday to every traveler. Explore with our 4 nights and 5 days Goa tour package that promises you the most memorable time of your life.
The state of Goa, India, is famous for its beaches and places of worship, and tourism is its primary industry. Tourism is generally focused on the coastal areas of Goa, with decreased tourist activity inland.
Day 1: Arrival in Goa
As you arrive at the Goa airport/railway station, Our representative will receive you and escort you to the hotel. Complete-check-in formalities and relax for some time.In the evening, you can go to enjoy a stroll around the beach or indulge in your favorite beach activity.
Stay overnight at the hotel.
Day 2: North Goa sightseeing tour
This morning, after having your breakfastget ready to embark on a full-day North Goa sightseeing tour. This part of the state is dotted with some of the most beautiful beaches namely Dona Paula, Calangute, Baga, and Miramar Beach. Along with that, North Goa is home to a number of tourist attractions like Fort Aguada, Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se Cathedral.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 3: South Goa sightseeing tour
Today on your Goa vacation, explore the eye-catching attractions of South Goa.After having your breakfast, head towards South Goa. Today, you will be sightseeing the major attractions of South Goa including Colva Beach, Mangeshi Temple, Santa Durga Temple and more. Begin with a visit to Margao, the capital of Salcette taluka and headquarters of the South Goa district.
Next, take a trip to the churches of Old Goa like Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se Cathedral. Post lunch; visit the Dona Paula Bay and Miramar Beach. Later on, your Goa holiday, indulge in street shopping at the Panjim Market.
In the evening, enjoy boat cruise at the Mandovi River. Towards the end of the day, return to the hotel and sleep off the night.
Day 4: Dudhsagar Waterfall, Spice Plantation
Morning after breakfast, leave for Dudhsagar waterfall trip followed by spice plantation tour and Elephant wash. Have lunch and return to the hotel for a restful sleep.
Day 5: Departure from Goa
Post breakfast, check-out from the hotel and you will be transferred to the airport/railway station to reach your home destination, thereby, marking an end to your fun-filled Goa holiday.
Anytime is fine. The peak tourist season to visit Goa is between October and January. However, Goa is at its most beautiful during the monsoons from June to September, when the hotels offer the best discounts.
Goans proudly speak Konkani, which is Goa's official language. There is a lot of variation in the way it is spoken among different communities and locations in Goa, this is partly due to history. Konkani uses "Devnagiri" script which is common with Hindi. English is widely spoken and understood with an accent variation depending on the educational background of the speaker and the area of origin.
Goa is the perfect embodiment of cultural and religious harmony between the Konkani and Portuguese, so much so that you can even spot some of the Portuguese in Hindu temples. With rice, seafood, coconut, vegetables, meat, pork, and local spices being some of the main ingredients, Goan food gives you taste of the west while satiating your Indian taste buds. You could love seafood or be a vegetarian; Goa has something in store for all. Make your next trip to this place all about trying the delicious Goan food and be sure to try these six dishes: