espite being India’s smallest state, Goa is one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations. Every year, a large number of local and foreign visitors flock to this beach state. By choosing this 13-night, 14-day Adventurous Trip to Goa, you will see the best beaches, churches, flea markets, sightseeing, adventure activities, wildlife exploration, and more.
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When you arrive in Goa, check into your pre-booked accommodation. After settling in, head out to admire the expansive beach. Calangaute beach, Baga beach, Anjuna beach, and Dona Paula beach are some of the well-known beaches with plenty of activities. Take the day off.
Day 2 is reserved for exploring Goa's different forts, which are magnificent feats of architecture. Mormugao Fort, Aguada Fort, and Chapora Fort are among the forts you will see today.
The majority of churches and chapels in Goa were erected under the Portuguese occupation. The Chapel of Our Lady of the Mount and the Chapel of St Francis Xavier, for example, have particularly magnificent architecture.
Goa is well-known not just for its old churches and scenic beauty, but also for the state's handicrafts. You can go shopping at the flea market today. Shop for Bamboo Work, Shell Work, Creative Pottery, Paper-Mache, Furniture, Brass Work, and other items in Goa's marketplaces. You will also visit The Handicrafts Centre and The Big Foot Art Gallery, both of which are located in Ancestral Goa, a 100-year-old Goa community. There is a fantastic variety of Goan handicrafts.
Goa's beaches are ideal for water sports activities. Water games include banana rides, parasailing, water skiing, water jet scooters, and many others. After you've had your fill of beach fun, take a visit to the Sri Ananta Temple. Ponda is home to Goa's most famous temple, which houses the idol of God Ananta.
The day has been reserved for exploring Goa's wildlife, therefore you will be visiting some of the most well-known wildlife sanctuaries, which are home to a diverse range of animal and bird species. Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary, and Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary will all be visited.
Today, you will see some of the most stunning churches in North Goa, including The Church of St Francis of Assisi and The Basilica of Bom Jesus. The remainder of the day is dedicated to fun and leisure activities.
Day 8 is set aside to appreciate the tranquil beauty of Colva Beach. Unwind on the beach. Later, stroll among the shacks and businesses. Spend the day relaxing.
You are going to go scuba diving today. The Dona Paula jetty will serve as the starting point. Aqua Marine, located in Panjim, is another option. Rentable equipment is available.
The beaches of Goa are littered with a number of shacks that serve a wide range of food, including lip-smacking seafood and regional specialities. You can unwind on the beach.
Panaji, Goa's capital, is a lovely place. The Mahalaxmi temple and the Church of the Immaculate Conception are both housed here. Panaji offers clean streets where you may wander and take in the scenery.
Goa also has various temples that are architectural marvels. Shri Ramnath Temple, Shri Mahalsa Temple, and Shri Saunsthan Goudpadacharya Temple will be visited.
The sea in Goa provides tourists with the opportunity to go fishing. After renting a boat, you can go fishing. You can rent aqua cycles or pedal boats in Patto from Mayem Lake, Dona Paula jetty, or Ourem Creek. Enjoy the never-ending celebrations at night.
After breakfast, take an escorted transfer to the railway station or airport to join a train or fly to your next destination.