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Goa Tour Package

Tour Highlights

  • A private and customized tour.
  • Explore the North Goa Tour.
  • Beautiful South Goa Tour.
  • Famous beaches in Goa.
  • Experience a boat cruise.

Trip Overview

Seeking an escape from your hectic daily routine and want to unwind in a peaceful atmosphere? Then the answer must be Goa. Just the name conjures images of a laid-back beach lifestyle. Goa, located in western India along the Arabian Sea, became the 25th state of India after gaining independence from Portuguese rule in 1961. Renowned for its beautiful beaches, rich culture, pleasant climate, and historical sites, Goa boasts vibrant architecture, lush landscapes, and stunning coastlines. The state, spanning 3702 square kilometers, consists of two revenue districts: North Goa and South Goa, offering a harmonious blend of Portuguese and Indian influences. On this 4 Days Goa Tour Package, you will cover some of the most famous and must visit sights in both North Goa and South Goa. 

North Goa Tour

North Goa is one of the two districts that make up the state of Goa. Known for its vibrant beaches, stunning natural beauty, and lively ambiance, it is a popular destination for those looking for sun, sand, and adventure. North Goa is renowned for its bustling beaches, energetic nightlife, Goa trance music, diverse markets, hippie markets, and yoga retreats. You will be visiting some of the popular destinations in North Goa, such as Fort Agauda, Vagator Beach, Anjuna Beach, Baga Beach, Snow Park, and Calangute Beach

  • Fort Agauda: Situated on a hill near the River Mandovi in North Goa, this renowned tourist destination is one of the largest and best-preserved seventeenth-century Portuguese forts in Goa. Named after the Portuguese word "aguada," meaning water, the fort includes a lighthouse and overlooks the Arabian Sea from Sinquerim Beach. 

  • Vagator Beach: This beach, surrounded by red cliffs, is one of the most photographed beaches in Goa. Named after the nearby village of Vagator, it offers local charm and a peaceful environment. With freshwater springs on one side and shopping stalls on the other, this clean and beautiful beach is a perfect destination for those seeking peace. 

  • Anjuna Beach: Located about 18 km from Panaji and is situated in Bardez Taluka. Anjuna Beach is known for its mystical rock formations and scenic beauty. It is a popular tourist destination, providing water activities to its visitors such as parasailing, jet skiing, & banana boat rentals. This beach is popular for its nightlife, beach shacks, watersports, full-moon parties, and flea markets. 

  • Baga Beach: Baga Beach is one of the most popular beaches in North Goa, located near Calangute Beach, about 30 km north of Panjim. This beach is widely known for its wide range of water sports, Baga is named after the Baga Creek, which flows into the Arabian Sea. It is a favorite spot for nature enthusiasts who enjoy its scenic beauty.

  • Snow Park: Located between two famous beaches, Baga Beach and Calangute Beach. It is a unique and ultimate entertainment park for an amazing experience. You can experience the snow, take a selfie with the snowman, play in the snow, or enjoy the rhythms of the DJ's songs with laser lights and a mesmerizing thunder effect. There are many attractions, such as sledging cars, ice igloos, snow volleyball, ice sculpture, thunder storms, climbing walls, and many more. 

  • Calangute Beach: Located 15 km from Panjim, Calangute Beach is the longest beach in North Goa, extending from Candolim to Baga. It attracts all types of travelers, including nature lovers, adventure enthusiasts, and partygoers. As the largest and most popular beach in North Goa, it is renowned for its stunning beauty and vibrant atmosphere. The bustling markets offer everything from beer and food to jewelry, clothes, trinkets, and souvenirs. The beach is lined with dense palm and coconut trees, with the Arabian Sea providing a perfect spot for photography. 

South Goa Tour 

South Goa district is one of two districts that together constitute the state of Goa, India. This district covers the entire southern part of Goa State. It is famous for its natural beaches, temples, water falls, hill spots, paddy fields, and coconut groves. South Goa is more of a natural beauty and less crowded, so it gives you the feel of authentic Goa. It is rich in cultural heritage, offers various water sports activities such as kayaking, paddleboarding, and dolphin watching, and is home to vibrant markets, offering a glimpse into Goan culture with fresh produce, spices, and traditional handicrafts. You will be visiting some of the best attractions in South Goa, which include Old Goa Church (Basilica of Bom Jesus), Dona Paula, the Filmy Chakar, Miramar Beach, Mangeshi Temple, Panjim City, Mandovi River, and a boat cruise

  • Old Goa Church: Renowned as the Basilica of Bom Jesus, this Roman Catholic church is located in the abandoned city of Old Goa, Goa State, India. The word basilica is derived from a Greek term meaning “royal house.” Built between 1594 and 1605, it is regarded as an outstanding example of Renaissance Baroque and Portuguese colonial architecture. It contains the remains of St. Francis Xavier. This Goa church has the mummy of a renowned saint named Francis Xavier. He was the co-founder of a religious congregation (called the Society of Jesus, aka Jesuits) along with St. Ignatius Loyola, who was his close friend. 

  • Dona Paula Beach: Located 7 km from Panjim, Dona Paula is a popular tourist spot in South Goa, often called the "lovers' paradise." Named after Dona Paula de Menezes, the Viceroy's daughter, who tragically leapt from a cliff due to her forbidden love for a fisherman, it is renowned for its scenic beauty. The meeting point of the Zuari and Mandovi Rivers makes it a perfect place to click memorable pictures. 

  • Filmy Chakkar: Filmy Chakkar is a popular attraction offering a Bollywood-themed experience. The boat trip takes about 40-45 minutes from Miramar Beach to the Mandovi River, featuring commentaries on various Bollywood filming locations. The journey provides stunning views of Goa's coastline, rivers, and lush landscapes, and grants access to areas not easily reachable by road, offering a unique perspective of the region.

  • Miramar Beach: Situated approximately 3 km from Panaji, Miramar Beach, also known as Gaspar Dias, is the merging point of the Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea. The name "Miramar" originates from Portuguese, translating to "viewing the sea.”. It gives a spectacular sea view and a panoramic view of Aguada Fort. This beach, characterized by its silver sands and palm trees, is favored for picnics, barbeque gatherings, water sports, and dolphin spotting cruises.

  • Mangeshi Temple: Located in Priol, Ponda taluka, about 21 kilometers from Panaji, one of Goa's renowned temples stands out for its unique blend of Hindu, Christian, and Muslim architectural influences. It is the sole temple in the region where Lord Shiva is worshipped as Lord Mangesh. The entrance features a striking seven-story octagonal lamp tower. Constructed in traditional Goan temple architecture, during festive occasions, this majestic tower becomes a sight to behold when lit with oil lamps. 

  • Panjim City: Panjim, also known as Panaji, serves as the capital of Goa, situated along the banks of the Mandovi River. Initially a small village, it gained prominence in the mid-18th century when repeated plagues led to the abandonment of Velha Goa, the former capital. Panaji took over as the capital in 1843. The town has preserved Portuguese heritage, which features narrow streets, old houses with balconies, red-tiled roofs, and numerous small bars and cafes.

  • Mandovi River: It is a popular tourist destination in South Goa, serving as a significant water body in the region. This river contributes to the scenic beauty and ecosystem of the area. The river is famous for its sunset and river cruise dinners organised by the government and private operators. You will get a chance to experience the boat cruise on the Mandovi River. It is a popular tourist activity in Goa, offering a delightful experience along the scenic waters of the river. During the cruise, you can enjoy panoramic views of the riverbanks, lush greenery, and local villages. Typically, these cruises feature live music, traditional Goan dances, and entertainment on board.

As your tour wraps up, know that you've experienced all of Goa's must-visit spots. Though this 3-night 4-day package may seem short, it covers the most famous places, ensuring an unforgettable experience. Take a break from the ordinary and treat yourself to a relaxing getaway. Don't hesitate, secure your Goa tour package with Holidays to Nepal today and create lasting memories!

Detailed Itinerary

  • DAY 1

    Arrival in Goa.

    At (Your Arrival Time): Welcome to Goa!!! It is known for its famous beaches, culture, climate, and historical places. Upon arrival at the airport, you will be warmly greeted by our local representative, who will ensure your transfers to your hotel. Complete the check-in procedure and have some rest. The rest of the day is yours to spend; you can explore the nearby places and try some amazing foods. Later, head back to your hotel and enjoy your overnight stay.

    Meal: Not Included.

  • DAY 2

    North Goa Tour.

    At 07:30 AM: Have breakfast at your hotel and get ready for your tour to North Goa North Goa is known and loved as a land of golden beaches, palm trees, paddy fields, and wooded hills. First, you will be taken to Fort Agauda, which is a well preserved 17th century Portuguese fort. You can get an extensive view of the sea and the neighbouring villages. You can overlook the Arabian Sea and the Mandovi River, which is very attractive. After that, head towards Vagator Beach, which is one of the best beaches in Goa and is surrounded by red cliffs. The beach is a good place to spend some time in peace and helps recover from the glitz and crowds. Swimming is an option, but do it if you are confident and at your own risk, as there are no lifeguards on the beach. 

    Next, you will be taken to Anjuna Beach, which is known for its mystical rock formations and scenic beauty. You can enjoy a variety of watersports on Anjuna Beach that include jet skiing, banana boat rides, parasailing, bumping rides, and water scooters. You can savour delicious food and cheap alcohol at the beach shacks of Anjuna Beach, like Curlies, Shiva Valley, Tantra Cafes and Huts, San Francisco’s, Cafe Looda, and many more. Following that visit, Baga Beach is a major tourist attraction in Goa, where you can find water sports, fine dining restaurants, bars, and clubs. Water sports are the major tourist attraction on this beach. Parasailing, wakeboarding, windsurfing, kite surfing, and jet skiing are some of the top watersports activities to enjoy at Baga Beach. Then visit Calangute Beach, which is the longest beach in North- Goa. It is a popular peach where everyone goes when they step to Goa, so it is overcrowded in both peak and off seasons. This beach is filled with souvenir stalls, shacks, and other stalls selling everything from beer to trinkets to pawns. All these simply add to the popularity of the beach, making it a must-visit place in Goa.

    The last destination for today is Snow Park, which offers unique and endless entertainment activities, providing fun for the whole family, groups of friends, couples, and kids. Experience the snow, take selfies with a snowman, play in the snow, or enjoy the DJ's music. After visiting all the sights, head back to your hotel and enjoy your overnight stay.

    Meal: Breakfast Included.

  • DAY 3

    South Goa Tour.

    At 07:30 AM: Begin your day by having a fulfilling breakfast at your hotel and getting ready for your South Goa tour. Backed by a lush band of coconut plantations and green hills, Goa's south coast is fringed by some of the region's finest beaches. First, you will be taken to the Old Goa Church (Basilica of Bom Jesus). The basilica, known for holding the remains of missionary St. Francis Xavier (who founded the Society of Jesus and was a representative of the Portuguese Empire), has a marble mosaic floor with precious stones, giving it a solemn look. It also features a modern art gallery with paintings of biblical (relating to the Bible) scenes. After that, visit Dona Paula, a scenic tourist point that offers a beautiful view of the Mormugao Port & the setting sun in the Arabian Sea. This place is famous for seeing the whitewashed statue, commonly referred to as the ‘Image of India’, portraying Mother India along with Young India. Next visit, Filmy Chakar via boat; it takes about 40-45 minutes boat ride from Miramar Beach to Mandovi River and back with commentaries about various locations Bollywood movies were shot at.

    Then visit Mangeshi Temple, a famous temple in Goa. This temple is dedicated to Lord Manhueshi, who is a form of another Hindu god, Lord Shiva. It is quite popular among tourists. There is also a seven storied lamp tower in the temple complex and a few shrines dedicated to the family deities that are located within the temple complex. Afterwards, visit Panjim City, which is the capital of the Indian state of Goa. It is a well-known tourist place and is popular for its prominent churches, which are there in this city. You will visit Miramar Beach here, famous for its golden, soft sand and palm trees, which are perfect for shopping too. You will find a number of make-shift shops selling a range of interesting products, such as hand-made jewelry, colored stones, souvenirs made of shells, clothes, bags, and many more. You can enjoy a variety of activities, such as swimming, sunbathing, and strolling along the promenade. 

    Afterwards, visit Mandovi River, a popular tourist destination with its beautiful beaches, charming cafes, and bustling shopping areas, making it an ideal destination for beach lovers and shoppers alike. You will get a chance to go on a boat cruise in the Mandovi River, which is one of the most important rivers in Goa, India. The cruises offer a chance to relax and enjoy the beautiful views of the river, including the surrounding countryside, churches, and historical sites. After completing your South Goa tour, head back to your hotel and enjoy your overnight stay.

    Meal: Breakfast Included.

  • DAY 4

    Departure, Fly Back to Kathmandu.

    At 07:00 AM: It's hard to believe your wonderful tour of Goa is coming to an end. After breakfast at your hotel, please prepare to head to the airport according to your flight schedule. Safe travels, and may the memories of this trip stay with you always.

    Note: Reach the airport 3 hours before your scheduled flight time. 

    Meal: Breakfast Included.

Cost Inclusion

  • Welcome drink on arrival.
  • Airport pick up and drop on a private basis.
  • All 3 nights hotel accommodations are on double/ triple sharing basis.
  • Daily breakfast at the hotel.
  • Meals as mentioned.
  • Full North Goa Tour.
  • Full South Goa Tour.
  • Surface transportation in AC vehicle.
  • All tours and transfers are on a private basis.
  • Tours as specified in the itinerary.
  • All government applicable taxes and service charges.

Cost Exclusion

  • International flight tickets.
  • Nature of personal expenses.
  • Entrance fees to various sightseeing places.
  • Filmy Chakkar Boat Ride Tickets.
  • Mandovi River Boat Cruise Tickets.
  • Snow Park Tickets.
  • Additional sightseeing or the use of vehicles are not mentioned in the itinerary.

FAQS

  • Which are the famous beaches in Goa for water sports?

    Goa is well-known for its stunning beaches, and it's uncommon to visit without enjoying water sports. Various beaches in Goa offer fantastic opportunities for thrilling water sports. Among these are Baga Beach, Sinquerim Beach, Anjuna Beach, Calangute Beach, Colva Beach, Mobor Beach, Dona Paula Beach, and Majorda Beach, all renowned for their water sports offerings.

  • What is the best time to visit Goa?

    For Goa, the best time to visit is from November to February. It is a peak season, and you will experience pleasant weather, clear skies, and a cool sea breeze in the mornings and evenings, which are around moderate. During these months, the weather is pleasant, making it ideal for beach activities and water sports. Whereas in July, August, September, and October, you will enjoy heavy rainfall throughout the season.

Starting Price: NRP 25,000 per person

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