Goa - 4 Days Holiday

Goa Tour (3 Nights and 4 Days)

Beaches, Lagoons, visit to farms, heritage Goa, Parties, hippies, Goan Cuisine, music and shopping its all there..

Day 1
Explore the beautiful coastline of the Pernem taluka of long sandy beaches, lagoons and coconut plantations. In the Novas Conquistas area - is Goa's northernmost district and one of its least explored regions.  Places to be covered Tiracol fort, Querim beach,  Arambol beach, Mandrem beach
Day 2
Visit the celebrity beaches of Goa which  host a lot of parties, shopping bazaars, adventure sports  and many other activities, A hippies paradise,  drawing  motley crowd of Passover hippies, travellers, philosophers, thinkers, babacools, rastamen and musicians.
Day 3
Enjoy the serenity of a remote forest village and experience the Goan tradition and cuisine
Tambdi Surla
A eight kilometre trek to Tambdi Surla temple situated at about 18 km from the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary ghat. It is the only surviving structure of the Kadamba Yadava dynasty. Thus it is the oldest temple of Goa that survived from the Portuguese as it was set next to a stream in the middle of the small clearing, hidden in the dense.
Spice Village Tour
 Spice village an organic spice farm is situated at the foot of the Western Ghats, on the banks of the river Khandepar. It is about an hours' drive from the capital city of Panaji. It is 7 kms from the temple town of Ponda. This 50 acre farm has almost all the tropical spices and fruits along with about 2500 species of garden plants and flowers.
 You will given a traditional welcome with a Garland  and a shower of flowers and a welcome drink. Followed by a tour around the plantation with well trained guides who will expain the various spices and the medicinal use.  You will then be lead to the sitting area and served a local Hindu village lunch.
Day 4
Visit the state's capital  Panaji, known for its idyllic beauty and rich tradition and culture
Old Goa
Old Goa, the erstwhile  capital of the Portuguese  domination, and the regal capital Sultan Adil Shah of Bijapur  before the arrival of the Portuguese on the Goan shores, witnesses a   profusion of magnificent churches and majestic buildings- Sé Cathedral (St Catherine's Cathedral), Francis of Assisi Church and Archeological, Basilica of Bom Jesus and Tomb of St Francis Xavier
 Panaji
Located on the western coast of India, Panjim or Panaji is situated at the distance from Dabolim Airport in Goa. Panaji is the smallest but pleasant state capital The church on the main square, the Baroque architecture, pretty villas, cobbled streets and interesting buildings give Panaji a distinctly Portuguese ambience.. The Old Portuguese quarter of Fontainhas, a charming section of Panaji with its narrow cobbled streets, quaint taverns, tiny pubs and bars, are a nostalgic kickback to the days of yore.
 Dona Paula( if time permits)
At the place where two famous rivers meet the Arabian Sea lies the once secluded bay of Dona Paula with the fine view of Marmugao Harbour. This place carries with it an aura both romantic and mythical. Here's a peek into this enigmatic scene.
Dona Paula is nestled on a rocky, hammer shaped headland. This former fishing village has now become a commercialized location for beach resorts and restaurants. With the romance and myth attached to it, tourists throng the Dona Paula beach and Jetty in search of the mystery, besides indulging in water sports.

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