Beach Packages in Goa


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Goa Leisure

Day 1: CHECK IN

Check in at your stay by 12.00 noon.
Take rest and enjoy the evening your way.
Suggestion: Goa has an amazing collection of Beach shacks.


NORTH GOA

Day 2: NORTH GOA IT IS...!

Tour begins @ 9.30am
Places covered:
Fort Aguada | Coco Beach | Mayem lake boating
Halt for lunch
Beaches to explore:
Vagator Beach | Anjuna Beach | Calangute Beach | One Hour River Cruising
The tour ends for the day.


THE JOURNEY OF SOUTH GOA

Day 3: THE JOURNEY OF SOUTH GOA

South Goa Tour begins at 9.30am.
Places covered:
Basilica of Bom Jesus | Museum of Christian Art | Temples of Shantadurga & Mangeshi | Ancestral Goa at Loutolim
Halt for Lunch
Beaches to explore:
Agonda Beach | Dona Paula Bay | Miramar Beach


Goa Leisure

Day 4: CHECK OUT

Breakfast at your stay.
Check out by 12.00 noon.
Time to say Dasvidaniya.


Anjuna Beach

Located in the town of Anjuna in North Goa, this beach was known to be a favorite of the ‘hippies’ of years gone by. Trance parties are held here during the tourist season. The popularity of the beach has ensured that it is abutted by several eating and drinking outlets. It has water-sports and parking facilities. The water is safe for swimming and the beach is also a favourite of sunbathers. Anjuna hustles and bustles with activity every Wednesday, when it hosts the Flea Market. A variety of items, from jewellery to electronic gadgets, are up for sale in the market.

Agonda Beach

The pristine Agonda beach is the ideal destination for those who want to be away from crowds. It is ideal for relaxation, sunbathing and swimming. Nearly 3 kms long, it is lined with simple beach shacks. The beach is hawker-free, which ensures that visitors are able to enjoy themselves without distractions. It is a nesting site of the endangered Ridley Turtle. Leisure boat rides are available. Alongside the beach are quite a few decent but simple outlets in which to eat and stay. Not very far from the beach is the Cabo de Rama fort, which was built by Sambhaji, the Maratha king, in the 17th century. The Portuguest subsequently acquired the fort and named it Cabo De Rama (i.e. Cave of Rama on the basis of tales that they had heard from the locals).

Fort Aguada

One of the many tourist attractions in Goa that had strategic importance in the bygone age. This fort was built in 1612 by the Portuguese army to guard against the Dutch and Maratha invaders. For the ones, who find the name Aguada a bit weird, it is a Portuguese word for a place where water is collected as this fort houses a fresh water spring that gives the fort a constant supply of potable water. This fort is crowned with a four-storey lighthouse. Part of the fort is ruined, however, the intact part is turned into jail, which is one of the biggest jail in goa.

Coco Beach

Another great beach at Goa! If you want to enjoy tranquility in the northern part of goa, then this is just the place for you. There are hardly any local vendors to bug you and plenty of shacks to relax. You can take a fascinating boat trip around the bay and watch dolphins dancing, the Central Jail, A millionaire's Rs 80 Crore palace, and ofcourse the breathtaking view of Aguada Fort Lighthouse etc.

Mayem Lake

Mayem lake is the most famous lake in Goa. A quiet place, yet it attracts many visitors. A famous picnic spot for the locals of Goa and tourists alike. The shores of this lake are beautifully decorated with natural foliage of cashew trees, areca nut palm trees with betel leaves and pineapple plantations.

Vagator Beach

This crescent shaped beach is located about 22 Kms from Panaji and is situated in Bardez taluka. You know what is the beauty of this secluded beach? It gifts one privacy as the number of visitors are less and one can enjoy the tranquility of nature all by yourself. This beach offers a great sunset view that you dont wana miss!! One has to come all the way down from a dusty brittle path, but that is worth a shot..! Vagator is also known for the mid-parties it houses. Tourists trek up the hill to the Dil Chahta Hain aka Chapora fort. There are a number of buses that run from Mapusa and Calangute Beach to Vagator.

Basilica of Bom Jesus

This Baroque style church is crowned as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Basilica of Bom Jesus is one of the oldest churches in Goa which was constructed in the year 1605 and is one of the most important destinations for the Roman Catholic world. The important feature of this church are the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. The casket holding the remains are taken out for public viewing every decade. The church is adorned with paintings of scenes taken from the life of St. Francis Xavier.

Museum of Christian Art

Asia’s one and only museum of Christian art that entices many tourists and Indians who love art. It a small museum with a ‘never-seen-before’ artwork. The beautiful collection of artifacts includes statuary, paintings, sculptures, religious silverware some of which dates back to the 16th century. This Museum made a mark on the global shores too. Out of the many, only two museums were shortlisted for international exhibitions held in Australia. Five exhibits were borrowed for the exhibitions which includes an ivory statue of Infant Jesus (saviour of the world), a gilt silver reliquary monstrance believed to hold a thorn from Jesus Christ's cross, a silver and wood reliquary chest that once held a surplice worn by St Francis Xavier, an incense holder in the shape of a boat and a painting of a monstrance that dates back to the 17th century.

Temple of Shantadurga

These temples are among few of the oldest temples in India. Shantadurga temple is situated at the foothill of Kavalem village in Ponda Taluka, Goa. The tale behind the idol of the goddess Shantadurga holding two serpents, one in each hand, is that once upon a time a battle began between Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. The battle was so fierce that the Lord Brahma had to pray to Goddess Parvati to stop this battle and bring peace, which she did in the form of Shantadurga. Shantadurga placed Vishnu on her right hand and Shiva on her left hand and settled the fight.

Manguesh Temple

The Manguesh temple is situated in Priol village of Atrunja Taluka, is dedicated Lord Shiva. Folklore says that once Lord Shiva was playing a prank on his wife Parvati by manifesting in the form of tiger to scare her. Frightened at his sight, she cried out "Trahi Mam girisha!" (Oh Lord of Mountains, save me!). These words got abbreviated later to Manguirisha or Manguesh and hence the name!

Ancestral Goa at Loutolim

Unfold the book of Goan history by visiting this place. Here, there are a number of places to visit such as a museum where one can see work done by local children and artists of State and National fame, a handicraft centre where one can find some locally made artifactsts, a cross, a spring known as Boca da Vaca, a bird habitat, a spice yard, rubber plantations and many more. The open-air museum recreates Goan rural life as it was a hundred years ago.

Calangute Beach

Calangute beach is one of the most crowded beaches in Goa and is often referred to as the ‘Queen of Beaches’. Many tourists are attracted to this beach as the there are lot of activities that one can do here. Sunbathing, Watersports, swimming ,etc. This luscious sweep of silvery sand houses, countless shacks and picturesque huts that serve food entice people on the beach. The other places that one should not miss while at Calangute are Kerkar Art Gallery and Church of St. Alex. There is also a Tibetan market in Calangute.

Miramar beach

This beautiful beach, orginally known as ‘Gasper Dias Beach’, is a golden fringed beach, lined with palm trees. Later came the name ‘Miramar’which means ‘viewing the sea’ in Portuguese and hence the tourists get to enjoy a glimpse of the magnificent Arabian Sea from the beach. It also offers a kaleidoscopic view of the Aguada fort that you just can’t miss!

Dona Paula Bay

Dona Paula a lovely sandy cove, which is situated 3-4 miles away from the capital, Panjim. Once a silent village, today it is one of the most commercialized areas of Goa. The Dona Paula sculpture offers a number of legends, all totally romanticized. Local legend says Dona was married to Paulo, a poor fisherman, he ventured out to sea and never returned. Dona, the dutiful wife, waited for him at the jetty for so many years that she finally turned into stone, which explains the stone statue at the jetty. This place is so beautiful that it attracted Bollywood’s attention, many movies have been shot here.
All this, plus the water sports, attracts thousands of tourists.