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The smallest Indian state, Goa is also one of the richest thanks to a GDP per capita that is 2.5 times greater than the national average.

You can unwind on beaches with sunny white sand while in Goa, and you may sample delectable seafood and local cuisine. In Old Goa, you will also see the magnificent cathedrals and buildings that are products of the Portuguese culture.

Explore the white sand beaches of Goa

Take a boat, parasailing, tubing, or jet ski out on the open sea.

Enjoy wonderful evenings at Goa’s renowned nightclubs.

Learn about Dudhsagar Falls

Visit Goa’s churches.

Explore Loutolim, a historic city where Christians and Hindus coexist together.

Explore Goa’s flea markets.


Day 1: Goa

Greetings from India! Our guide will meet you in the arrivals area of the Goa airport and accompany you to your accommodation after you land. Then, choose a spot on the golden sands to unwind. In addition to learning about Goa’s delectable food, you will sunbathe in Calangute and Candolim. The seafood produced in this state is renowned, as are the delectable dishes made with crab, shrimp, squid, lobster, and oysters. Indian cuisine, particularly that of Goa, an ex-colony that proudly preserves its distant past, has been heavily impacted by the Portuguese. You will observe the sunset on the popular after-dark Baga beach. You will dine there by candlelight while enjoying the tranquil murmur of the ocean. A hotel room night.


Day 2: Goa

You will tour Old Goa, known for its magnificent Portuguese legacy and particularly for its churches, after breakfast. You’ll tour Saint Catherine’s Cathedral, one of Asia’s biggest. Additionally, you will witness Bom Jesus, the first basilica in India, which houses Saint-François-Xavier’s bones. You will meander through Fontainhas’ Latin Quarter, which has winding, former-Portuguese-era streets reminiscent of many ancient European capitals. There are villas and historic structures with colorful balconies and red tiled roofs. The remainder of the day will be spent at the Dona Paula Bay, where the Mandovi and the Zuari meet the Arabian Sea. Sailing, swimming, parasailing, and windsurfing are enjoyable activities. A hotel room overnight.




Day 3: Goa

You will tour Fort Aguada and the lighthouse after spending a leisurely morning on the beach. The entire southern peninsula of Bardez (more than 35 hectares) is covered by this defensive structure, which dates back to 1612 and magnificently commands the Arabian Sea. The fort used to defend the Portuguese from Maratha and Dutch invaders thanks to its advantageous location at the mouth of the Mandovi River. The remainder of the day will be spent at Morjim Beach. The area known as “little Russia” serves as a turtle breeding ground and a prime location to view Goa’s incredibly diverse bird species. A hotel room night.




Day 4: Goa

It will travel south to investigate magnificent white sand beaches. This area, which is far from the hustle and bustle of the north, offers a tranquil ambiance, a lush landscape, and opulent hotel complexes. You will initially arrive at Mobor Beach. You’ll stroll silently alongside the creek, past palm trees, and past ponds filled with water lilies. The location is also well-liked by adventure seekers. Cruises to see dolphins, underwater fishing, towed buoys, parasailing, or even water skiing are just a few of the amazing things available. In Majorda, you may also go jet skiing. The day will come to a finish on the calm beach of Varca, where you can have a boat trip in the waning light of the sun. A hotel room night.




Day 5: Goa

You’ll spend the morning strolling around Cavelossim’s lovely, serene beach. This oasis of peace has a mysterious enchantment because to the white sand and black granite. After that, proceed to Dudhsagar Falls, which are located on the border of Karnataka and Goa. The term “sea of milk” (Dudhsagar) refers to the crystal-clear, snow-white waterfall, which truly lives up to its name. It is one of the biggest in the area and is tucked away in the middle of the deciduous forests of the Mollem National Park and Bhagwan Mahavir Reserve. Tambdi Falls, Devil’s Canyon, and Tambdi Surla Temple are also nearby. You will admire the beautiful scene provided by the Mollem National Park from dark to sunset. You are free to enjoy the evening once you’re back in Goa. A hotel room night.



Day 6: Goa

The morning is open for you. Then, proceed to Loutolim to see the magnificent architectural relics that Goa has retained from the illustrious Portuguese past. Hindus and Christians coexist together in the little village of Loutolim in the southern part of the state. Another fascinating location is the Ancestral Goa Park, which is home to a significant collection of sculptures depicting the way of life in the area. The Casa Araujo Alvares is across from it. It is one of the many stunning Portuguese mansions in the area and is around 250 years old. Elegant furnishings may be seen inside, enhanced by a little sound and light performance. You’ll unwind on the beach for the evening. A hotel room night.



Day 7: Goa

As your time in Goa draws to a close, take advantage of the beach and sun. Ayurvedic massages will help you unwind, unless you’d rather shiver while playing in the water. Additionally, it will present a chance to explore Goa’s bustling and vibrant marketplaces. Beachwear, t-shirts decorated with batik prints or dyed using the tie-dye method, posh accessories… You won’t be let down because there is something to suit every budget and taste. You will either party or have a peaceful dinner at the hotel in the evening. A hotel room night



End of this journey. Your transfer to the Goa airport will be coordinated by us. If required, our representative will be available to assist you in vacating your hotel and will go with you to the airport. To avoid last-minute issues, we suggest that you arrive at the airport at least three hours prior to your flight and that you keep a printed copy of your ticket and your passport close to hand. We hope you will visit India again soon to see even more of its wonderful diversity and beauty, which are only a small portion of this program. Namaste!



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