Delhi Goa Tour
Goa is a famous place for breathtaking beaches, situated in the southwestern part of India. Panjim is the capital of Goa that offers beach holidays in India. Think of beach holidays in India, Goa is the first name strikes in traveler's mind, a paradise for beach lovers. Goa is one of the smallest states of India and well connected by flights, trains, and roads from all the major cities of India. A large number of foreigners flock the beaches of Goa every year. Delhi Goa tour is very famous due to the infrastructures of the international standard it offers to the visitors and of course the breathtaking beaches. Beaches are the prime attractions of Goa Tours.
Goa Tour packages also offer visits to marvelous temples and Churches. The best time to visit Goa is between November From March.Mid December to February, Goa is visited most by foreign travelers. Goa is divided into two districts namely North Goa and South Goa. Apart from being an iconic place for beach lovers, Goa has been blessed with Temples, Churches, Historical sites, and museums. During winter season Goa holiday packages are sold like anything by the Indian travel agents.
Delhi Goa Tour Package
03 Nights / 04 Days
Destination Covered :
Delhi - Goa
DAY 01 : DELHI - GOA (BY FLIGHT)
Arrive at Goa's Dabolim Airport or Madgaon Railway Station and check into your hotel or resort.
Relax on the Beach:
Spend the afternoon relaxing on one of Goa's beautiful beaches like Calangute, Baga, or Anjuna. Enjoy the sun, sand, and sea.
Visit Fort Aguada:
In the evening, visit Fort Aguada, a 17th-century Portuguese fort known for its stunning views of the Arabian Sea. Explore the fort and learn about its historical significance.
Dinner and Nightlife:
Experience Goa's vibrant nightlife by visiting one of the popular beach shacks, restaurants, or clubs. Enjoy Goan cuisine and live music.
DAY 02 : GOA
Full day city tour of Goa. Goa is famous for its beautiful beaches, Churches, Forts, Lake, waterfall, wildlife preserves, and temples. The main attractions here are Dona Paula, Mapusa, Margao, Panaji, Vasco Da Gama.
Panaji Goa :
Panaji is the capital of state Goa and also the headquarter of North District. It is situated on the bank of Mondovi River. The city is an attraction for tourists all across the world by all means whether it a leisure trip or commercial purposes.
Dona Paula :
It is placed 07 km away from the city of Panjim. It is one of the best and most visited beaches of Goa. Dona Paula beach is a perfect haven for the water sports lover. You can enjoy some water sport by riding on water scooters, motorboats, windsurfing, parasailing, water skiing, ski biscuit. All relevant pieces of equipment and sports gear are available at Local Dona Paula Club.
The National Oceanography Institute set up in 1960 is also a major attraction in Dona Paula. The Marine Biology Museum offers you certain interesting facts about Oceanography and Marine life.
or Mapsa as it is called by the locals is the third-largest town in Goa. It is also the capital of Northern Bardez Taluka. Mapusa is a small cluster town and lies near Calangute, Candolim, and Anjuna Beach. The town is mainly residential with modern buildings and bungalows sprawled around the little hillock.
Here you can have the glimpses of Christian and Portuguese Architecture, lifestyle, and cuisine in this Place because it has a strong Christian and Portuguese flavor. It is a densely populated area located in the Salceda Taluka in south Goa and also acts as a commercial center of the area.
Vasco Da Gama :
Commonly referred to as Vasco, the place was named after the famous navigator Vasco da Gama. Vasco da Gama is a famous picnic spot in Goa. It is an eminent tourist locale and is widely appreciated by people, dotted with greenery, amidst the azure water that just touches the brown line of the shore. The Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama landed here in 1498; afterward, it gained sufficient importance in the field of tourism and trade.
DAY 03 : GOA
South Goa Tour:
On the third day, explore the scenic beauty of South Goa. Visit the famous Mangueshi Temple, Shanta Durga Temple, and the beautiful churches of Rachol and Chandor.
Visit Spice Plantations:
Experience the aroma of Goa's spice plantations with a guided tour. Learn about different spices and their cultivation, enjoy a traditional Goan lunch, and try your hand at elephant rides.
Beaches and Sunsets:
Spend the evening at one of South Goa's serene beaches like Palolem or Colva. Relax on the beach, take a dip in the sea, and witness a breathtaking sunset.
DAY 04 : GOA - DELHI (BY FLIGHT)
Start your day early and embark on a day trip to the magnificent Dudhsagar Waterfalls. Located on the border of Goa and Karnataka, these cascading waterfalls are a sight to behold. Enjoy swimming in the natural pools and admire the beauty of the surrounding lush greenery.
Return to Goa by late afternoon and spend the rest of the day exploring the local markets for souvenirs and handicrafts. Visit the Anjuna Flea Market or the Mapusa Market to find unique items.
In the evening, check out from your hotel and proceed to the airport or railway station for your onward journey.