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Goa Tour Packages

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.


Goa Holiday Packages

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3 Days Trip to Goa

2 N / 3 D

Goa (2N)

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  • Visit to Old Goa churches
  • Forts sightseeing
  • Enjoy North & South Goa beaches
  • Go for shopping

Delightful Goa Vacation

3 N / 4 D

Goa (3N)

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  • Visit North & South Goa beaches
  • Sightseeing of Churches
  • Learn about Goan rural life
  • Explore relics of the Portuguese era

Goa Honeymoon Package

3 N / 4 D

Goa - North Goa - South Goa - Goa

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  • Forts Sightseeing
  • Explore popular beaches
  • Cruise on Mandovi River
  • Indulge in watersports

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Goa Goan Village Beach Resort So My Plaza 03

  • Breakfast

  • Airport / hotel transfers + city tour + Drives as per the itinerary by Air – Conditioned Swift Dzire / Similar

Amazing Goa

3 N / 4 D


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  • Visit Aguada Fort and Lighthouse
  • Explore charming Goa beaches
  • Lavish Stay at Goan Village Resort
  • Sightsee Churches in Old Goa
  • Sunset Cruise on Mandovi River
  • Dolphin Trip

Fun-Filled Week in Goa

6 N / 7 D


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  • Sightseeing of Forts
  • Visit beaches
  • Explore Churches and Temples
  • Excursion to Dudhsagar Waterfalls

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  • Explore attractions of North Goa
  • Delight in a sunset cruise
  • Excursion to South Goa
  • Have fun at the Goa beaches

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  • Sightseeing North & South Goa
  • Visit holy churches, beaches
  • Enjoy Dudhsagar Falls
  • Lunch at Goan spice plantation.

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  • Enjoy at beaches
  • Cruise on Mandovi River
  • Try watersports
  • Taste Goan cuisine

Mumbai Goa Tour

5 N / 6 D

Mumbai - Goa - Mumbai

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  • Mumbai sightseeing tour
  • Delight in street food
  • Goa sightseeing including churches
  • Enjoy at beaches
  • Learn about Goa's Portuguese roots
  • Taste Goa cuisine

Destination Nights 3 star Hotels 4 star Hotels 5 star Hotels
Mumbai 02 Keys Hotel Kohinoor Continental Sun & Sand Hotel
Goa 03 So My Plaza Baywatch Resort Holiday Inn

Breakfast & Dinner

  • Airport transfers with staff assistance.
  • Garlanding on arrival at Mumbai airport.
  • Air-conditioned transport (private).

Golden Triangle with Goa

8 N / 9 D

Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Goa

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Goa and Kerala Tour

12 N / 13 D

Goa - Cochin (Kochi) - Munnar - Periyar (Thekkady) - Kottayam - Alleppey (Alappuzha) - Kovalam - Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram)

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  • Guided tour of Old Goa churches
  • Indulge in Ayurveda massage
  • Sightseeing in Cochin
  • Explore charms of Munnar
  • Boat safari on Periyar Lake
  • Visit Kumily spice market
  • Backwater cruise in Kottayam-Alleppey
  • Beach pleasures at Kovalam

Mumbai Goa Kerala Tour

10 N / 11 D

Mumbai - Goa - Cochin (Kochi) - Munnar - Periyar (Thekkady) - Kumarakom - Alleppey (Alappuzha) – Cochin

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  • City tour of Mumbai
  • Visit UNESCO Elephanta Caves
  • Sightseeing in Goa
  • Watch Chinese Fishing Nets in Cochin
  • Spot Nilgiri Tahr in the Eravikulam National Park
  • Leisure walk and shopping for souvenirs in Munnar
  • Boat ride safari at Periyar National Park
  • Backwater cruise from Kumarakom to Alleppey

Mysore Goa Tour

8 N / 9 D

Mysore - Hassan - Bangalore - Goa

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  • Mysore city tour
  • Temple hopping at Hassan
  • Bangalore sightseeing tour
  • Explore attractions of Goa
  • Enjoy a wildlife safari
  • Indulge in water sports

Kerala & Goa Luxury Tour

12 N / 13 D

Mumbai - Cochin – Munnar - Thekkady - Kumarakom - Cochin - Goa - Mumbai

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  • Enjoy exploring Mumbai
  • Explore the Elephanta Caves
  • Cochin sightseeing tour
  • Excursion to Munnar
  • Delight in a jeep safari
  • Spot exotic species of birds
  • Soak in the charm of Old Goa
  • Cherish a boat ride on Mandovi River
  • Visit the Aguada Fort
  • Guided tour of South Goa

Goa Offbeat Tour

4 N / 5 D

Panjim Airport - Thivim Railway Station - Aldona - Arvalem - Goa backwaters (optional)

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  • Kayak across the backwaters
  • Delight in homestay
  • Explore rock-cut caves
  • Admire spectacular sunset views

Golden Triangle with Goa & Kerala

15 N / 16 D

Delhi - Agra – Jaipur – Goa - Cochin – Periyar- Kumarakom - Alleppey - Kovalam – Trivandrum - Delhi

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  • Sightseeing in Delhi
  • Visit Taj Mahal
  • Enjoy Agra sights
  • Guide tour of Jaipur
  • Tour of Goa churches
  • Delight in Goan nightlife
  • Cochin city tour
  • Boat ride on Periyar lake
  • Safari at Tiger Reserve
  • Bird watching in Kumarakom
  • Houseboat cruise on Alleppey backwaters
  • Beach fun at Kovalam

Adventurous Trip to Goa

13 N / 14 D


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  • Explore various forts
  • Visit churches in Goa
  • Shopping at the flea markets
  • Indulge in water sports
  • Delight in wildlife safari
  • Admire the beauty of Colva Beach
  • Go scuba diving
  • Savor Goan cuisines
  • Guided tour of Panaji
  • Worship at the temples

3 Days Cordelia Cruise - Mumbai Goa Mumbai

2 N / 3 D

Mumbai - Goa - Mumbai

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4 Days Cordelia Cruise - Mumbai Goa Mumbai

3 N / 4 D

Mumbai – Goa – At Sea – Mumbai

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6 Days Cordelia Cruise - Goa Mumbai Lakshadweep Goa

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Goa - Mumbai - At Sea - Lakshadweep - At Sea - Goa

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Faqs for Goa Trip

Q: Can I visit Goa in December?

Ans: Yes, you can visit Goa in December. The weather remains cool and pleasant with the temperature ranging from 21°C to 32°C. December is the perfect time to join the Christmas and New Year celebrations and have fun in Goa.

Q: Can I visit Goa in January?

Ans: Yes, you can visit Goa in January. Located on the southwest coast, Goa experiences moderate temperature in January that ranges between 19°C and 30°C. So, you can easily plan a trip to Goa and enjoy its charming atmosphere.

Q: Is Goa open for tourists now?

Ans: Yes, Goa is open for tourists now. As per the new guidelines, tourists can plan and book their Goa tour. With Unlock 4.0, the Goa government has permitted resumed tourism activities and also granted permission to hotels to operate while keeping in mind some guidelines.

Q: Which Goa packages is the best for Family Trip?
Short Escape to Goa 02 Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
4-Day Trip to Goa 03 Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
North & South Goa Family Trip 04 Accommodation, Meals, Transfer , Sightseeing
Mumbai with Goa Tour 05 Accommodation, Meals, Transfer , Sightseeing
Q: What are the rules and guidelines for tourists in Goa?
  • Institutional quarantine is compulsory for symptomatic tourists until the test result is available.
  • Booking accommodation at a registered hotel is compulsory.
  • If passengers furnish a COVID-19 negative test result issued by an ICMR-recognized lab not older than 48-hours prior to the arrival in Goa, then they can head towards their accommodation.
  • Tourists will be required to undergo self-isolation until the test results are out. The isolation facility will be offered by the booked hotel.
  • If tourists show symptoms upon arrival, they have to undergo a COVID-19 test at his/her own expenses.
  • All the bills related to quarantine, test, etc. shall be paid by tourists.
Q: What are the top things to do in Goa?

Ans: There are a plethora of top things to do in Goa as this place offers an immeasurable chance to have fun and entertainment. Given are below:

  • Indulge in Water Sports
  • Experience Canyoning
  • Dolphin Ride
  • Mandovi River Sunset Cruise
  • Enjoy at Goa Carnival
  • Visit the Casino
  • Enjoy the nightlife in Clubs
  • Enjoy the Beach Parties
Q: What are the best beaches in Goa for families?

Ans: Goa is known for its white sandy beaches and is famous among families for the holiday destination. The best beaches in Goa for families are: Calangute Beach, Baga, Sinquerim, Colva Beach, Dona Paula Beach, Morjim Beach and Anjuna Beach etc.

Q: Which are famous beaches to enjoy adventure activities in Goa?

Ans: Goa has plenty to offer in terms of adventure and experiences. It is famous for various adventure sports namely snorkeling, scuba diving, windsurfing, kayaking, waterskiing, aqua zorbing, and many more. The best beaches where one can enjoy adventure sports in Goa are: Calangute Beach, Sinquerim Beach, Colva Beach, Baga Beach, Anjuna Beach and Majorda Beach.

Q: Which beaches is perfect for family holiday in Goa?

Ans: Goa is a perfect place to unwind yourself and enjoy quality time with your family. The famous beaches in Goa for couples are: Calangute Beach, Baga Beach, Sinquerim Beach, Agonda Beach, Colva Beach and Arambol Beach.

Q: Which are the best places for enjoy New Year party in Goa?

Ans: New Year is the time when the entire state is jam-packed with the tourists where you can indulge in the crazy parties. Goa is the most exciting place to celebrate the New Year. The best places for New Year party in Goa are:

  • Café Mambos, Baga
  • Paulo Cruise
  • Club Cubana, Arpora
  • Hilltop, Vagator
  • Shiva Valley, Anjuna
Q: How many days are enough to visit Goa?

Ans: The ideal duration for the Goa trip entirely depends on the places you wish to explore and in activities you wanted to indulge. Depending upon your itinerary and budget, 5 to 10 days is a good time to explore Goa.

Q: What are the best restaurants in Goa?

Ans: Goa is famous among the tourists for its tantalizing food and specialized cuisines. The best restaurants in Goa where you can savor these delicacies are:

  • Calamari Bathe & Binge, Candolim
  • Mum’s Kitchen, Panaji
  • Venite Bar & Restaurant, Panaji
  • Thalassa, Vagator
  • La Plage, Arambol
Q: What is the best time to visit Goa?

Ans: The best time to visit Goa is from October to March. During these months, the region experiences the balmy and pleasant weather. The tourist season in Goa is generally the winter season and travelers can enjoy the sunbathing at the famous beaches.

Q: Which places are best to enjoy the nightlife in Goa?

Ans: Goa is a popular party destination with an exciting nightlife. The best places to enjoy the nightlife in Goa are

  • Beaches – Baga beach, Calangute beach, Anjuna beach (Flea market), Arambol beach.
  • Pubs & Clubs - Tito’s Lane, Curlies’ Beach Shack, Club Cabana, Silent Noise Club, LPK Waterfront, SInQ, etc.
  • Casinos
  • River Cruise at Sunset
Q: How can I hire a car to explore Goa and what would it cost?

Ans: There are several car rentals available in Goa. You can easily book a car from there or can ask your hotel staff for the same. Depending on the type of car, you can get a range of INR 1000 per day that can go up to INR 3000 to INR 4000 or higher. These prices can be negotiated according to the demand and tourist season. Self-driven cars also require a security deposit of INR 2000 to INR 5000.

Q: Which are the non-crowded places in Goa?

Ans: If you are searching for less crowded places in Goa, then visit:

  • Keri or Querim Beach, near Tiracol Fort
  • Patnem, north of Palolem
  • Cola Beach near Agoda
  • Betul Beach near Margao
  • Gajlibag below Patnem
Q: Which are the best places for New Year celebrations?

Ans: Curlies, Thalassa, Silent Noise Club, SinQ, Tito’s, Cafe Mojo, Big Daddy Casino, and Casino Strike are some of the best places to celebrate New Year in Goa.

Q: How do I hire a bike in Goa?

Ans: Goa has bike rentals at every corner. You can ask the hotel for the nearest bike provider and pick a bike on rent. They are also available near railway and bus terminus.

Q: Which beaches are famous for nightlife?

Ans: For a happening night in Goa, head to Anjuna Beach, Vagator Beach, Ashwem Beach, Arambol Beach, Baga Beach, Candolim Beach, and Palolem Beach.

Q: Which part of Goa is best for adventure activities?

Ans: North Goa is the best area to indulge in activities like parasailing, banana rides, paragliding, kayaking, and scuba diving.

Q: Which beach shacks are good for staying in Goa?

Ans: The best beach shacks for a comfortable stay include:

  • Dwarka Eco Beach Resort, Cola
  • Yab Yum Resort, Ashwem
  • Beach Street Resort, Mandrem
  • Little India Beach Cottages, Baga
  • Turtle Hill, Patnem
Q: Where should I stay in Goa when I am traveling with my family?

Ans: Goa has a lot of family-friendly hotels, which are suitable for kids. These hotels have kids zone for fun and entertainment.

  • Seashell Suites and Villas, Candolim
  • Vivanta Goa, Panaji
  • Grand Hyatt Goa, Bambolim
  • Alila Diwa Goa, Majorda
  • Beleza By the Beach, Colva
Q: Which time is affordable and best to enjoy Goa?

Ans: March to May is off-season in Goa and not flooded with tourists. Not just hotels but the bike and car rentals are affordable, which makes your Goa trip pocket-friendly. You can explore popular attractions, go on a trek, and have a peaceful time in Goa.

Q: Planning a vacation to Goa for 4 days and 3 nights. What things should I do?

Ans: From scenic beaches, age-old churches, vibrant nightlife, Portuguese neighborhoods to museums, and wildlife sanctuaries, Goa has a lot to offer. Pick what interests you and have the best of Goa in 4 days and 3 nights.

  • Explore North Goa beaches - Baga, Calangute, Anjuna, Vagator
  • Go on a city tour and visit Old Goa and temples - Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Sanctuary
  • Try scuba diving, watch dolphins, go to a casino and try your luck
  • Laze out on sun-kissed sands of South Goa beaches - Colva, Palolem, Agonda
Q: Which area is better to stay in, North Goa or South Goa?

Ans: Tourists can find affordable hotels, resorts, and beach shacks with beautiful views in North Goa. But if you love luxury and peace, then head to South Goa.

Q: What is the best place to stay in Goa for a 3-4 days trip?

Ans: Ans: If you are visiting Goa for 3-4 days with family, friends, or your loved one, then booking accommodation should be the first thing. Here are some places where you can stay.

  • Beaches - Cavelossim, Mobor
  • Water Sports and Nightlife - Baga
  • Outdoor Activities - Calangute, Candolim
  • Sightseeing - Panaji
  • History - Old Goa
  • Families - Cavelossim
  • Yoga and Spirituality - Anjuna, Vagator, Palolem
Q: Which part of Goa is good to visit: North or South?

Ans: North Goa is hip and happening while South Goa is peaceful. Whereas in South Goa, you will find calm surroundings and cleaner beaches. If you like crowds, then visit North Goa where beaches like Baga and Calangute are always packed with tourists.

Q: What are some tips to know before planning a trip to Goa?

Ans:Here are some important tips you should know before visiting Goa:

  • Respect holy places and the culture of Goa
  • Keep your important documents in the hotel locker. Carry attested copies while traveling.
  • Avoid carrying a large sum of cash. Instead, carry plastic money.
  • Always look for “Photography restricted” signs.
  • Although you can wear whatever you want, nudity is not allowed.
  • Do not do drugs or otherwise, you have to pay penalties.
  • Carry your driving license for car rentals.
  • Bargain in Goa’s shopping markets for great deals.
  • Beware of who you are talking to, especially women.
  • Enjoy Goa’s nightlife but avoid walking to the hotel alone late at night.
  • Pack light and comfortable clothes and enjoy your time in Goa.