Reach hotel, check in and relax. Head for a swim and Back To Hotel Overnight stay at The Hotel in Goa.
Day 2 : South goa tour *Breakfast at Hotel and after some leisure Depart for South Goa Tour Places covered:, Shri Shantadurga Temple at Kavlem, Shri Manguesh Temple at Priol, Old Goa Churches Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral, Lunch halt at old Goa ,Dona Paula bay, and the lovely Miramar Beach
*Spice Plantations (Entry tickets at own)
Experience the variety of Indian spices that can be sampled at a number of spice gardens around Ponda which is after Old Goa. Most kids who have never been to a plantation loves walking through the plantations and looking at pepper corns and huge banana leaves. Many of the spice farms offer lunch with authentic herbs and spices from their own plantations so that's a double incentive to go.
*Dudhsagar Falls (Entry tickets at own)
Often considered to beIndia's own answer to the Niagara Falls, Dudhsagar Falls are the second-highest waterfall in India. Plummeting a good 605 meters, they are a spectacular sight! The falls are just 2 hours away from Margao (and extremely close to Candolim and Benaulim beaches). It’s a short train ride to the gushing falls. Click here to read a blogger's first-hand account of the falls.
Day 3 : North Goa tour(At own cost) Breakfast at Hotel and after some leisure leave for North Goa Tour at around
1. Vagator Beach:
The crescent shape beach known for Sunburn is secluded in other months of the year. The cracked rocks surrounding the beach is one of the best North Goa attractions.
2. Anjuna Beach:
The beach nests between the Aravalli hills. It is famous for its flea market that is set on every Wednesday and the awe-inspiring view it renders.
3. Calangute Beach:
It is named as “queen of beaches” by many tourists. Shopaholics—big showrooms of graceful handicrafts from Indonesia, Tibet and Kashmir are lined up on the main road alongside the beach.
4. Sinquerim Beach:
This sandy beach is frequented by adventure enthusiasts, for, it offers the best opportunities to try water sports in Goa like Scuba diving, water-skiing, wind-surfing and much more.
5. Candolim Beach:
There are no shops, restaurants or any commercial activity. It is a calm and peaceful beach with pacific water. Scrubs covered dunes at the back is the major attraction.
Day 4 : Back to home
*Check-out the hotel after breakfast, that driver will drop you at Railway Station.
Souvenirs after which you'll be transferred to Goa & back to home.
Check In - 1-Nov-2016
Check Out - 4-Nov-2016
Accomodation : Double Meal plan : Breakfast Welcome Drink Transfers (Railway/Airport) Tv with cable connection English Speaking Driver Use of Swimming Pool and Tanning Beds Sightseeing Government Taxes/VAT/ Service Charges Transfers (Railway/Airport) : Arrival Transfers (Railway/Airport) : Departure Cab : Private