Goa Tour

Goa Tour

Package Duration
4 Days / 3 Nights
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  • Description :
    Saligao Church
    Saligao, which is just outside the North Goa beach-belt, has seen significant concerns over the large-scale sale of ground-water from a number of wells in the village, particularly at Donvaddo. There has also been concern raised by villagers over the dumping of garbage from the coastal belt on the hillock atop the village, partly on village lands and partly on land belonging to the Calangute comunidade but very close (and overlooking) the village.

    Bom Jesus of Basilica
    The Basilica of Bom Jesus, "Good" or "Infant" Jesus, is a Catholic basilica in Goa, India. It is best known for housing the tomb of St. Francis Xavier, the Jesuit missionary to India and Japan. One of the richest churches in Goa, the Basilica of Bom Jesus is covered with marble and inlaid with precious stones and paintings depicting the life of St. Francis Xavier. The basilica is considered the finest example of baroque architecture in India.

    St Cathedral
    The St. Cajetan church is located in Old Goa near the Se cathedral church. The church is visited by numerous tourists because of exquisite architecture. This vast and strikingly beautiful church has been constructed on the primary design of the Basilica of St. Peter located in Rome. The architectural style is basically Corinthian in nature and is used generously inside as well outside the church. The Saint Cajetan church of India was originally named as Church of Our Lady of Divine Providence.

    Manguesi Temple
    The Mangesh Linga is said to have been consecrated on the mountain of Mangireesh (Mongir) on the banks of river Bhagirathi by Lord Brahma, from where the Saraswat Brahmins brought it to Trihotrapuri in Bihar. They carried the linga to Gomantaka and settled at Kushasthali, the present-day Cortalim, establishing their most sacred and ancient temple of Mangesh on the banks of the river Gomati or Zuari as it is called today. Lord Mangesh is worshipped here in the shape of a Shiva linga. According to the legends Lord Shiva had manifested in to a tiger to scare Parvati. Paravati who was paranoid at the sight of the tiger went in search of Lord Shiva. Parvati was supposed to say "Trahi maam Gireesh" but instead out of nervousness she said: "Trahimangeesh".

    Fort Aguada
    Fort Aguada was the most prized and crucial fort of Portuguese. The fort is so large that it envelops the entire peninsula at the south western tip of Bardez. Built on the mouth of river Mandovi, it was strategically located and was the chief defence of Portuguese against the Dutch and Marathas.

    Vagator Beach
    Barely a couple of kilometers of cliff tops and parched grassland separate Anjuna from the southern fringes of its nearest neighbor, Vagator. A desultory collection of ramshackle farmhouses and picturesque old Portuguese bungalows scattered around a network of leafy lanes, the village is entered at the east via a branch off the Mapusa Road, which passes a few small guesthouses and restaurants before running down to the sea.

    Calangute Beach
    Famous in the region as "Queen of the Beaches" calangute beach boasts through its presence in north-east from state capital Panaji at mere 15 kilometers. It is said that calangute beach Goa remains largest one in the northern region. As stories go on, hippies had discovered this beach during the 60’s so is it famous since then. Locals and tourists find here a true replica of Goa beach culture so its popularity is unbound indeed.

  • Day 1: Goa

    Arrival at Goa by afternoon, day full for leisure. Dinner will be served in the resort itself, overnight stay at hotel.

    Day 2: Goa

    After breakfast from the hotel, proceed for north goa sightseeing, Sightseeing includes visit to Fort Aguada, Vagator Beach Anjuna beach, Calangute Beach, evening enjoy boat cruise and evening if time permits, Saturday night bazzar (walk able distance) back to hotel.

    Day 3: Goa

    After breakfast proceed for south Goa sightseeing, Sightseeing includes visit to Donapaul beach- sight view, Miramer Beach, Old Goa Churches, Mangushi Temple, Colva Beach Night stay at Hotel.

    Day 4: Goa

    Morning after breakfast drop at Airport/Railway Station.

Contact Detail

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Mr Abdul Rasheed

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Hpo Road, Sulthanpet, Palakkad, Kerala, India - 678001

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