Fun-Filled Week in Goa

Goa

Overview

Goa is a small state on the Southwestern coast of India. It is one of the most popular destinations known for its scenic beaches, tropical climate and long coastlines stretching along the Arabian sea. The tastefully crafted Fun-Filled Week In Goa tour allows you to make the most of your holidays at the party capital. Escape from everyday life and simply hang out or party hard with this weeklong tour.
Counted as a perfect getaway, the coastal state beguiles with its civilized culture, famous churches and beaches.

During the excursion, you are going to enjoying sightseeing of North Goa which includes exploring prominent attractions like Vagator Beach and not to miss the Aguada Fort. In addition, experience the various flavors of the state as you cherish an excursion to South Goa. Admiring the beauty of the Dudhsagar Falls will surely awestruck you. Get ready for an amazing Goa holiday experience with this package.

Trip Highlights
  • Relax at the beaches in Goa
  • Try the famous water sports
  • Peek into the rich history of Aguada Fort
  • Shop till you drop at the local markets
  • Guided tour to popular churches
  • Feel bliss at Dudhsagar Waterfalls
  • Meet the peanut lovers at Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Treat your taste buds with delectable Goan cuisine
Tour Map route map
Itinerary Details

After the arrival at the Goa airport, our representative will guide you with an assisted transfer to the resort. After check-in, you can relax in the hotel. In the evening, enjoy the beach action and spend the rest of the evening leisurely.

Stay in the hotel for the night.

After the delicious breakfast, start your drive towards North Goa for an exciting sightseeing tour which is a major highlight of your 6 nights 7 days Goa package. The tour starts from Anjuna Beach: - It is a popular beach in Goa which has witnessed the Hippie culture back in the olden days. The flea market here still holds the topmost position. The beach is famous among foreigners. This seaside is not new for travelers, hippies, and the ones who are looking for cheap stays or guesthouses. Next, you head towards Fort Aguada– Albeit Fort Aguada currently serves as the Central Jail, it has seen many historical battles and incidents that had a direct impact to the fort itself. It was built in 1609-12 and is the largest and best-preserved bastion in Goa. The intention of building the fort was to protect Old Goa from the external enemy attacks. You can also enjoy water sports at the Baga and Calangute Beach.

Then there is the Vagator Beach, which has an attractive silver sandy stretch with huge red cliffs overseeing it. One can also find 2 fresh, sparkling springs in close proximity to the coast that seem quite captivating. A cruise ride on the Mandovi River which lies around 30 km from here is also on the list. Next you will be takes to Mapusa. Here, the tourists can choose from a variety of exploration options from the busy bazaars to ancient forts that are visually alluring, in addition to being great historical attractions.

In the Mapusa Bazaar, you can experience the best sights and sounds of a rustic market. You can also pick up some authentic Goan ware. The whole market flourishes with the fervent calls of vendors displaying their products, with the sandy streets lined with colorful stacks of fresh fruits and spices.

Next is the Shri Bodgeshwar Temple, which is located in close proximity to Mapusa and about 12km from Panaji. The temple is situated amidst a lush green location and is home to a small shrine devoted to Kanakeshwar Baba or Bodgeshwar, locally identified as Bongini.

Bodgeshwar, who is also called as "Angavani", stands for the one in whose name vows are made and who fulfills the desires of the devotees. The people here hold a belief that all their prayers and wishes will be fulfilled. This is also the reason why thousands of devotees are attracted to this temple.

Return to the resort for an overnight stay.

Day 3 of your Goa itinerary for 7 days comes with lots of surprises. After breakfast, continue your sightseeing journey towards South Goa. Today, you will be covering places like St Cathedral Church: This spiritual shrine is one of the oldest and famous buildings in all of Goa. It is dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria. It was constructed in 1631 and took about 62 years to complete.

Basilica de Bom Jesus: Built in 1605, the Basilica is one of the top attractions of Goa. It has the famous tomb and the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. He was one of the patron saints of the Catholics in Goa. The construction is in Portuguese style and hence the basilica is renowned for its architecture. Next on the list is Palolem Beach where you let yourself loose and just have a fabulous time. The raw, preserved beauty is one of the greatest attractions of this beach. This beach is thronged by the local fishermen and foreign tourists alike. It is also called as the Paradise Beach of India. This beach is visited by tourists all year long which includes both international and domestic travelers.

Call it a day at the Panjim Bazar as you shop away at the market. This is a must-visit place for all those who wish to carry a bit of Goa back with them. Panjim bazar offers a variety of goods like wines, cashew nuts, local handicrafts, etc.

Head back to the hotel and stay there overnight.

After the delicious breakfast, leave for the Dudhsagar Waterfalls. It is viewed as one of the most stunning waterfalls of Goa and is located on the eastern border with Karnataka. The water falls from a height of 320m which is considered as one of the highest waterfalls in India. As the water plunges down it appears like milk is pouring down. Hence the name of the waterfall is Dudhsagar, which means, "sea of milk".

You can reach Dudhsagar from Colem and hop on a safari van or safari jeep which passes through small villages, past bright paddy fields and swaying palm trees. A short trek through the woods will lead you to the base of the waterfalls. You can have a splash in the cool waters of the pond as well as under the waterfalls.

After lunch, enjoy a thrilling ride on the elephant and feed the elephant. Click pictures with the huge creature and cherish the memory for a lifetime. However, this is not included in your Goa trip package and is available on a direct payment basis, along with the safari charges. Afterward, visit the Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary.

Return back to the hotel and stay overnight.

On these two days, you can spend your leisure time on your own. Plan some activities that interest you. Note that transport will not be provided.

Soak in the comforts provided by the resort. Enjoy the day filled with fun and frolic along the seacoast while savoring some delectable cuisines of Goa and cocktails.

Stay overnight in the hotel.

After breakfast and check out of the hotel. Head to the airport to board the flight back home.

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