Goa enjoys living life to the fullest. Wonderful beaches host electric parties here, while historical structures bear witness to its fascinating history. The brilliantly designed 7-day Goa tour package allows you to sample the various flavours of Goa while also engaging in some lovely sightseeing. During this tour, you will see Goa’s most popular tourist attractions, such as its beaches, forts, and churches. You will also have the opportunity to participate in various water sports, see spectacular waterfalls, and sample the region’s delectable cuisine. In other words, this tour will allow you to sample the best of what this location has to offer.
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When you arrive at Goa airport, contact our guide, who will assist you with a seamless transfer to the resort. The evening is set aside for enjoying beach activities and spending time at your leisure. After that, there will be an overnight stay.
On the second day, start your journey to North Goa with a substantial breakfast. Anjuna Beach- This beach is distinguished by jagged laterite boulders and captivating red cliffs that overlook the sandy beachfront, which is repeatedly pounded by the surf. The laidback atmosphere of the locals, along with the exciting vibe in the air, will undoubtedly win you over. The beach also has a plethora of interesting activities available for direct payment, such as parasailing, yachting, and windsurfing. Goa's Fort Aguada- Despite the fact that Fort Aguada now serves as the Central Jail, it has witnessed countless historical wars and occurrences that have directly impacted the fort. Built in 1609-12, it is the largest and finest preserved bastion in the city.It was constructed to safeguard Old Goa from foreign enemy attacks. Water activities are also available in Baga / Calangute Beach. Then there's Vagator Beach, which has a magnificent silver sandy stretch surrounded by massive red cliffs. There are also two fresh bubbling springs near to the shore that appear pretty beautiful. Visitors to Mapusa can choose from a variety of tourist alternatives, ranging from lively bazaars to visually stunning mediaeval forts that are also great historical sites. The Mapusa Bazaar offers the sights and sounds of a rural bazaar while also selling real Goan ware. The entire town comes alive with the excited calls of sellers displaying their wares.The Shri Bodgeshwar Temple is located in Mapusa, around 12 km from Panaji. The temple, set in a lovely green setting, is a tiny shrine dedicated to Kanakeshwar Baba or Bodgeshwar, also known locally as Bongini. Bodgeshwar, also known as "Angavani," represents the one in whose name vows are made and who grants the devotees' wishes. The locals believe that all of their prayers and wishes would be granted. This is also one of the reasons why thousands of worshippers flock to this temple. Return to the resort for the night.
Enjoy your breakfast before heading to South Goa for some sightseeing. Se Cathedral Church: This holy monument is dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria and is one of the most old and prominent buildings in Goa. The construction of this edifice, which was commissioned in 1631, took more than 62 years. Bom Jesus Basilica: The Basilica, built in 1605, is one of Goa's most important attractions. It is famous for housing the tomb and mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier, who is considered by Catholics to be one of Goa's patron saints. The basilica, built in the Portuguese style, is notable for its architecture. Palolem Beach is the place to let go of all your cares and worry and simply enjoy yourself.The raw, preserved beauty of this beach is its main draw. This beach is populated by local fishermen as well as foreign tourists who reside in shacks along the beach or in the main settlement. This beach, also known as India's Paradise Beach, is visited by tourists all year, including both domestic and international visitors. Panjim Bazar: The River Mandovi travels the length and breadth of Goa before reaching the Arabian Sea, creating an amazing spectacle. This stunning scene may be seen from Miramar Beach, which offers spectacular views. Return to the hotel and spend the night there.
After a substantial breakfast, head to the Dudhsagar Waterfalls, which is considered one of Goa's most stunning waterfalls and is located on the state's eastern border with Karnataka. It is considered one of India's tallest waterfalls, falling from a height of 320m. As the water falls, it produces foamy milk. This is also why the waterfall is called Dudhsagar, which translates to "sea of milk." You begin your day by travelling across the state of Goa, past little villages, brilliant rice fields, and waving palm palms. Drive to Collem to catch the safari bus or safari jeep that will take you to the waterfalls.
A short stroll through the forest takes you to the waterfalls' base. You might swim in the cold waters of the pond or beneath the tumbling falls. Relax in the shade of the trees and watch the monkeys frolic. After lunch, take an elephant ride for some excitement. Feed the elephant and take a photo with him to create lasting memories (this is not included in your trip and must be paid for separately at the site, along with the safari prices). Later, go to the Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary. Return to the hotel to spend the night.
Enjoy two days at your leisure to participate in activities of your choosing. Investigate the resort's numerous features. Enjoy an evening of fun and frolic by the seashore, complete with Goan cuisine and beverages. After that, there will be an overnight stay.
After breakfast, check out of the hotel. Drive to the airport to catch your flight home.