4 Days

Package Overview:

Destination: Goa, India

Duration: 3 Nights / 4 Days

Hotels Used: Calangute – Resort Terra Paraiso or Similar

Vehicles Used:

  • For 5-7 Pax: A/C Innova car
  • For 2-4 Pax: Dzire / Etios

Package Highlights

  • Goa is famous for its stunning beaches like Baga, Calangute, and Anjuna, perfect for relaxing and soaking up the sun.
  • Indulge in mouthwatering Goan cuisine, including fresh seafood dishes like fish curry and prawn balchão, along with tasty snacks like vindaloo and bebinca.
  • Enjoy exciting water sports such as jet skiing and banana boat rides, explore historic forts and churches, or unwind with Ayurvedic massages and yoga sessions.
  • Goa is generally safe for tourists, but it's always good to take basic precautions like avoiding isolated areas at night and keeping an eye on your belongings.
  • Pack light and comfortable clothes, including beachwear, sunglasses, and sunscreen, as well as some modest attire for visiting religious sites.
  • Easily navigate Goa with taxis, auto-rickshaws, or rental scooters. Many visitors also opt for private cabs or guided tours for convenience.
  • Be respectful of local customs and traditions, avoiding public nudity and excessive drinking in public places, and disposing of waste responsibly to support environmental efforts.


Welcome to Goa! Upon your arrival at Goa airport/ railway station, our tour representative will receive you and assist you with a smooth transfer to your hotel. On the first day of your trip, you will get acquainted with the rich Portuguese culture and heritage of this tiny beautiful Indian state. There are several remnants of Portuguese rule in Old Goa, in the form of century-old cathedrals such as Basilica of Bom Jesus and Chapel of St. Francis Xavier.
Goa is also known for its massive forts which were built by Indian rulers, the most famous being ‘Fort Aguada’ whose major portions have now been converted into a luxury hotel.
After sightseeing, you will return to your hotel for dinner and stay overnight.

Themes: Beaches and Islands

Begin your day with breakfast at the hotel. Then you depart on the North Goa Tour that takes you to beautiful Aldona, Vagator beach and Anjuna beach where you can shop for traditional jewellery, handicrafts and souvenirs in the local market. Enjoy Calangute beach and make your way to Fort Aguada and Coco Beach. Over night stay at hotel

Themes: Beaches and Islands

Day 3 starts with breakfast at the hotel. Then you depart to see the Old Goa Churches, Mangeshi Temple & Tropical Spice Plantation, Savoi Keri. Be enticed with a floral welcome at Tropical Spice Plantation where you are taken on fascinating walk around the plantation by a trained guide, regaling you with information on various spices and their medicinal values. You can opt for an elephant ride through the trees and grab the chance to wash these lumbering, loveable giants. [ Cost for elephant ride & elephant wash to be borne by guests).

Themes: Beaches and Islands

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast after which you will be assisted with smooth transfer for onwards journey.
Themes: Beaches and Islands


What What are the best beaches to visit in Goa?are the best beaches to visit in Goa?

Some of the top beaches in Goa include Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Anjuna Beach, and Palolem Beach.

What is the best time to visit Goa?

The best time to visit Goa is during the winter months, from November to February, when the weather is pleasant and ideal for beach activities.

What are the must-try dishes in Goa?

A: Some must-try dishes in Goa include seafood delicacies like Goan fish curry, prawn balchão, and crab xec xec, along with traditional Goan snacks like vindaloo and bebinca.

What are some popular activities to do in Goa?

Popular activities in Goa include water sports such as jet skiing, parasailing, and banana boat rides, as well as exploring the vibrant nightlife, visiting historic forts and churches, and indulging in Ayurvedic massages and yoga retreats.

Is it safe to travel to Goa?

A: Yes, Goa is generally considered safe for tourists. However, it’s always advisable to take standard precautions like avoiding isolated areas at night and safeguarding your belongings.

What clothing should I pack for my trip to Goa?

A: Pack light and comfortable clothing, including beachwear, flip-flops, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Also, carry some modest clothing for visiting religious sites or upscale restaurants.

How do I get around in Goa?

Goa has various transportation options including taxis, auto-rickshaws, and rental scooters or bikes. Many tourists also prefer booking private cabs or joining guided tours for convenience.

Are there any cultural festivals or events worth attending in Goa?

Yes, Goa hosts several cultural festivals and events throughout the year, such as the Sunburn Festival (electronic music festival), Carnival (pre-Lenten festival), and Christmas and New Year celebrations, offering unique experiences to visitors.

Are there any restrictions or guidelines I should be aware of during my trip to Goa?

While in Goa, it’s important to respect local customs and traditions. Avoid public nudity or excessive drinking in public places. Also, be mindful of environmental conservation efforts and dispose of waste responsibly.

What are some off-the-beaten-path attractions in Goa?

A: Some lesser-known attractions in Goa include the Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary, Dudhsagar Falls, and the spice plantations of Ponda, offering a different perspective on the region’s natural beauty and cultural heritage.

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