Goa, with its sunny beaches, seafood, nightlife, parties, flea markets, majestic forts, and age-old churches exudes an enticing vibe that is hard to resist. It is the ultimate travel destination where you can indulge in a wide range of activities on land as well as in water
Upon arrival at Goa Dabolim Airport/ Railway station, our executive will receive you with a warm welcome. Our representative will take you to Hotel. The evening will be free to stroll on beaches & chill out at the shacks. Have good rest and overnight stay at the Goa hotel.
Begin your day with a healthy breakfast. Today you will be taking a day tour of North Goa. The places to cover in North Goa will be Fort Aguada, the dolphin trip (own tickets), Calangute Beach, Baga Beach, Anjuna Beach, Vagator Beach, and snow park (own tickets). By evening you will be escorted back to Hotel and stay overnight at the hotel in Goa.
Meal: Breakfast & Dinner
Begin your day with a healthy breakfast. Today you will be taking a day tour of South Goa. The places to cover in South Goa will be – Dolphin Trip (own tickets), Miramar Beach, Old Goa Churches, Augustine Tower, Mangueshi, Balaji Temple, Panjim Boat Cruise (own tickets), and Panjim Shopping. By evening you will be escorted back to Hotel and stay overnight at the hotel in Goa.
Meal: Breakfast & Dinner
After a healthy breakfast check out from the hotel of Goa. Our representative will take you back to Goa’s Airport/ Railway station/ Bus Stand for dropping off. Take with you good memories.
It is located between the Indian states of Maharashtra to the north and Karnataka to the east and south, with the Arabian Sea forming its western coast. It is India’s smallest state by area and its fourth-smallest by population.
The legal drinking age in Goa is 25.
Yes, Goa is quite safe for everyone.
The weather in Goa is perfect during the months of November to February. The climate during this time is neither too hot nor too cold making it the best time to visit Goa.
One can enjoy the complete experience of Goa on a trip that ranges from 4-7 days.
Cashew nuts, Spices, handicraft, and Cashew Feni are some of the things one can buy in the local Goa market.
Generally take clothes that are comfortable and loose fitting, preferably cotton or linen; we also recommend a hat as protection against the strong midday sun. When visiting temples in Goa, it is important that your shoulders and legs should be covered. Although dress is not formal, in the evenings most hotels and restaurants require gentlemen to wear shirts and long trousers or dress shorts. A jumper or cardigan may come in handy on some evenings.
The crime rate in Goa is generally low. As in all destinations, especially in the larger towns, we advise you to exercise caution and not show valuables or large amounts of cash. Please also observe caution when walking around resorts at night.
The vast majority of British nationals visiting Goa do so without any problems. Take particular care of your bags and purses, and avoid unlit and remote beaches after dark. Keep your passport and other valuables safe. You should follow warnings posted at beaches and instructions issued by lifeguards.
Goa is an ideal winter sun destination. It enjoys almost uninterrupted sunshine and virtually no rainfall during the months of November to March. Daytime temperatures are on average 30˚C, and in the evening the temperature cools off nicely.
From April until June, the heat and humidity starts to build, leading to the arrival of the monsoon. It is not until October that the skies start to clear again and the humidity gradually dissipates.