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Spice Plantation Tour

Spice Plantation, Goa's traditional Plantation, Kingfisher dive

Starting from USD 35
Discover Goa

Discover small villages, viewpoint over the river Sal, villages Betul

Starting from USD 55
Fishing Trip

Fishing, west coast of Goa

Starting from USD 50
Bird Watching Tour Goa

Chorao Island & Mayem Lake for bird watching, Carambolim

Starting from USD 55
Saturday Night Market

Saturday Night Market, performances by Indian/ international artists

Starting from USD 19
Anjuna Flea Market

Enjoy shoping at Anjuna Flea Market

Starting from USD 20
Crocodile Dundee

Goa’s beautiful backwaters, Crocodiles spotting

Starting from USD 70
Island Fantasy

Hot Bar-be-Que lunch, Grande Island, Fishing and Snorkeling

Starting from USD 55
Heritage Trail

Braganza house, Taluka Quepem, PALACIO DO DEAO mansion, Markets

Starting from USD 60
Full Day Tour of Goa

Basilica of Bom Jesus, St. Francis Xavier Church, Shree Manguesh temple, Sahakari Spice Farm

Starting from USD 40
Jungle Book

Garden of Eden, jungles of Goa, Elephant ride, Campfire, Shanti waterfalls

Starting from USD 200
Elephant Jungle (Day Trip)

Bhagawan Mahavir Wildlife sanctuary, Elephant safari

Starting from USD 86
Dudhsagar Waterfalls Tour

Dudhsagar waterfall, Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary

Starting from USD 65
Mapusa Market Tour

Shopping at Mapusa market

Starting from USD 20
Diving in Goa

Scuba diving, explore the underwater treasure

Starting from USD 130
Luxury Yacht

Spot dolphins on a luxury Luxury Yacht, Beaches of north Goa

Starting from USD 80

The smallest union territory of India – Goa is located on the western coast of India and shares its boundaries with the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka. Being among the favorite vacation spots of India, this union territory is frequented by vacationers. No wonder, Goa tour packages are taken up like hot cakes. Panaji, also known as Panjim is the official capital of Goa and the largest city of Goa is Vasco. Portuguese influence on lifestyle, Konkani culture, nightlife, beaches, flea markets, traditional cuisine, and historical significance of Goa attracts tourists from far and wide. Arabian Sea marks its coastline, making it an all-season destination. So, Goa holiday packages area availed round the year. Owing to its favorable location and unique culture, Goa is a favorite of several vacationers not only domestic but also international.

To enjoy a vacation in Goa, various tour packages are available with great deals and discounts. With our well-designed Goa tour packages for families, honeymooners, couples, solo travelers, and more; we offer the best of Goa to tourists. Goa tour packages can also be customized. Tourists can also choose weekend getaways to Goa from nearby places.

Goa can be conveniently reached; thanks to its smooth connectivity with major Indian cities. Dabolim International Airport in Goa is connected with the rest of the country by various domestic airlines as well as international major cities in U.K. and Germany. Tourists can also reach Goa through road via regular bus services. The nearest bus station is Kadamba bus stand in Panaji. Buses also ply between Goa and major cities of Mumbai, Bangalore, Mangalore, and Hyderabad. Railway connectivity is available in main railway stations - Vasco da Gama, Madgaon, and Thivim. Goa by train routes are well-connected by broad gauge railway that connects Goa with major cities in India.

Best time to visit Goa

As the climate of Goa is tropical, it is pleasant round the year. The union territory receives showers from June to September. However, the best time to visit Goa is from October to March, when it experiences a huge influx of tourists. During this time, the days are balmy and evenings are breezy. In the month of December, tourists teem in as the festive season sets in.

Places to visit during your Goa trip

When it comes to places to visit in Goa, the list is unbeatable. Dating back to the Portuguese period, Goa is divided in two parts – North Goa and South Goa. And both parts are packed with numerous places of interest. Marvel at the Portuguese structures in North Goa that include the Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral, Chapora Fort, and Fort Aguada. South Goa is more about adventure activities and nature’s splendor. Several wildlife sanctuaries such as Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary and Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary are worth a visit that teems with flora and fauna. Dudhsagar Falls also commands a visit.

This small union territory of India is replete with scenic beaches that offer stunning sunset views for a visual treat. Tourists having different inclinations can visit beaches in both, North and South Goa to satiate their vacation delight.

For those looking forward to some adventure, the beaches of North Goa are perfect. Holidaymakers can enjoy water activities such as scuba diving, kayaking, parasailing, paragliding, and banana boat rides. Among the most famous beaches where watersports can be enjoyed are Calangute beach, Baga beach, Vagator beach, and Anjuna beach.

Visit famous beaches during your Goa tour

Beaches of South Goa are a haven of scenic charm and serenity. It is home to pristine beaches that are perfect spots for spending some secluded times. Some of the most visited South Goa beaches are Colva beach, Benaulim beach, Palolem beach, and Butterfly beach.

There are various flea markets for pocket-friendly shopping in Goa. Flea markets in North Goa sell handicrafts, clothes, accessories, hammocks, pottery, jewelry, trinkets, and much more local items at super affordable prices. In North Goa, tourists can go shopping at Bicholim, Saturday Night Market in Arpora, Anjuna Market on Wednesday, and Mapusa Market on Friday. Some of the best places for shopping in South Goa are Covered Margao Market, Palolem Beach Market, Colva Beach Market, Margao Municipal Market, and Gandhi Market.

When you visit Goa must attend most famous festivals of Goa

Goa is also known for its festive celebrations. The famous Goa Carnival, Christmas, and New Year Eve are known to all. However, Feast of St. Francis Xavier, Three Kings Feast, Grape Escapade, Goa Food & Culture Festival, Goa Cashew & Coconut Festival, Sao Joao Festival, Vasco Saptah, Shigmo, Sunburn, Bonderam Festival, and Goa Mango Festival are among other festivals of Goa.

Must try the famous cuisine of Goa on your Goa trip

The cuisine of Goa reflects Portuguese, Hindu, and Muslim culture mélange. It also offers coastal Konkan flavors with coconut and fish as staples. Authentic Goan food to try include vindaloo, Crab xec xec, Prawn balchão, bebinca, sanna, Goan red rice, Chouris pão, poee, feni, kokum, toddy, and Port wines. There are many cafes and beach shacks in North Goa to savor authentic Goan cuisine.

Enjoy Nightlife in Goa

The nightlife of Goa is so happening that makes it one of the must-visit places in India. Both North and South Goa are dotted by several places to party. To enjoy throughout the night, tourists can head to various North Goa nightclubs. Beach parties and full-moon parties are unparalleled attractions here. North Goa also has many offbeat things to do at night such as cruise tours and a bike night ride. Casinos in Goa are also good places to try your luck and enjoy the nightlife.

Best places to stay during you holiday in Goa 

Accommodation in Goa is available for tourists of every budget. There are several hotels, hostels, beach shacks, homestays, and resorts to stay in Goa. North Goa offers easily affordable accommodation options with warm hospitality. Additionally, holidaymakers can enjoy the picturesque scenery and easy connectivity to get around from these accommodation options in North Goa.

Latest Goa Tourism Guidelines You Must Know

  • Tourism activities in Goa will open after locals in Goa make at least the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine.
  • The concerned Goa tourism authority is aiming to vaccinate the people of the coastal town by 13 July 2021.
  • 2 doses for Covid-19 vaccine is compulsory for tourists to enter Goa.
  • Fully vaccinated travelers don't have to produce Covid-19 negative test reports anymore.
  • River cruises, casino, flea markets, and swimming at pools is restricted.
  • Shops for essential daily items will remain open from 7 AM to 6 PM.
  • Restaurants and bars will be functional in Goa with a maximum of 50% capacity between 7 AM to 9 PM.

Note: The guidelines to Goa tourism are subject to change at any time. These guidelines have been updated on 7th July 2021. Make sure you check the latest travel guidelines to Goa before you visit.