Goa which was liberated on 19th December 1961 along with Daman and Diu from 451 years Portuguese Colonial Rule, became the 25th State of the Indian Union when it was conferred Statehood on 30th May 1987. The State has been divided into 2 districts: North province and South Goa with headquarters at Panaji and Margao severally, and 6 divisions comprising eleven Talukas. Ensconced on the slopes of the Western Ghats (Sahyadri ranges) province is delimited on the North by Sindhudurg district of geographical region, on the East by Belgaum, on the South by Karwar district of Karnataka and on the West by the Arabian Sea.

Its rivers, Tiracol, Chapora, Mandovi, Zuari, Sal and Talpona, that are passable throughout the year, have their origin within the Sahyadri ranges and flow westward into the Arabian Sea, 60 km. away, breaking the long coastline covering a length of 105 km. into enchanting estuaries and bays which mark off idyllic palm-fringed beaches like Arambol, Vagator, Atijuna, Baga, and Calangute in the North and Colva. Betula and Palolem in the South. Goa, a tiny emerald land on the West Coast of India, with its natural scenic beauty, attractive beaches, and temples famous for its architecture, feasts, and festivals and above all hospitable people with a rich cultural milieu, has an ideal tourist profile.


Day 1: Arrival Goa

You will get a warm welcome by our Explore Tourismo representative when you arrive at Goa. Then transfer to a pre-booked hotel and relax for the day. There are dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2: Goa Sightseeing

After breakfast gets ready to explore the Basilica of Bom Jesus. UNESCO world heritage site consists of the remains of St. Francis Xavier, unbroken during a silver casket. After that visit the Church and Convent of St Francis of Assisi; superbly adorned with scenes from the Bible and consists of a sculpture of St. Francis. we have a tendency to conjointly visit the Se-Cathedral, St. Catherine’s Church and therefore the Arch of Viceroy of the province. Later return to the Miramar Beach; it lies close to the confluence of the Mondovi watercourse and therefore the sea. The soft, golden sand of this beach is right for a stroll.

Day 3: Goa Beaches

Today you can enjoy the beaches of Goa in your own way. The Baga Beach is apt for swimming thanks to its clean, white sands. You can enjoy water sports like parasailing and fishing. The nightlife of Goa occurs around the exhilarating water holes of this beach. Visit the Colva Beach, referred to as the Queen of all beaches. With 40 Km of endless white sand with numerous palm trees, this beach is perfect for a soothing sunbath. Enjoy boating on speedboats and paddlers at Dona Paula or spend some quiet moments at the enchanting Palolem Beach.

Day 4: Goa (Departure)

Today after enjoying a healthy breakfast at the hotel, our representative escorts you to the airport with adventures and lifetime memories.

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Goa    Goa that was liberated on nineteenth December 1961 along with Daman and Diu from 451 years Portuguese Colonial Rule, became the twenty-fifth State of the Indian Union once it absolutely was bestowedStatehood on 30th May 1987. The State of province encompasses an assembly with a strength of forty electoral members. Besides, the province has Read more

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