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Day 1 : Goa Arrival


Your splendid holiday in Goa would begin with your arrival at Goa Airport/railway Station. From there, you will get a private transfer to your hotel. Check-in and spend a day at leisure.


Day 2 : North Goa Sightseeing


Start your day with a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel and head for a half-day sightseeing of Goa, covering the 15th century Reis Magos Fort which was built to protect the narrowest point at the mouth of the Mandovi estuary. Proceed to Fort Aguada and its Lighthouse, a Portuguese fort that stands on the beach south of Candolim and at the shore of Mandovi river. It was built in 1612 in order to guard the Portuguese empire against the Dutch and the Marathas and offers an expansive view of the Arabian sea. Next stop would be the Sinquerim beach which is a haven for water sports with wide stretches of endless sand. Proceed to the Calangute beach which buzzes with life with water activities and numerous beach shacks serving delectable food and drinks. Few minutes ahead is the Baga beach, the most famous beach in Goa famous for its lively nightlife. Then, move to the Anjuna beach known to host one of the best flea markets of Goa (held every Wednesday). Finally, visit the Vagator Beach for its laid-back vibe and clean waters. By evening, return to the hotel for a comfortable night stay. You may also choose to relax in the evening by the poolside.


Day 3 : South Goa Sightseeing


After breakfast, head to explore South Goa. Begin with visiting Shri Mangueshi Temple, one of the largest and most frequented temples in Goa, it is dedicated to Lord Manguesh (an incarnation of Lord Shiva). From there, head to Shantadurga Temple which is a private temple complex belonging to Goud Saraswat Brahmin community and is dedicated to Shantadurga, the goddess who mediates between Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. Both the temples are located in Kavlem, Priol. After that, proceed towards the churches of old Goa. Starting with the Basilica of Bom Jesus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier and is one of the best examples of baroque architecture in India. Next stop would be Se Cathedral which was built from 1562-1640 to commemorate the victory of the Portuguese over a Muslim army. Inside the cathedral hangs a large bell known as the ‘Golden Bell’ which is the largest in Goa and one of the best in the world. As the day comes to an end, get back to the hotel for a relaxing night stay.


Day 4 : Departure from Goa


After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and get a private transfer to the airport/railway station for your return journey.