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Go Solo - Goa


2 Nights & 3 Days

5,200/- (per person)

Solo travelling has been popping up on bucket lists the world over, and contrary to what you might believe, it's far from isolating. Travelling solo brings out an unforseen side to both you, and the area you're discovering—and is definitely an experience worth exploring. From wandering about Old Goa, sightseeing your way through museums, getting adventurous and bird-watching.


Safety: Goa’s cheap for alcohol but we ain’t running out of it: The Rs 380-priced Old Monk in Mumbai is Rs 90 in Goa. But don’t get excited about the alcohol rates. Don’t drink and drive, don’t get rowdy after drinking especially at the shack or a night club and don’t yell after drinking unless you’re alone on the lonely side of the beach. Have a designated driver. Also, do not ask if there are strip clubs in Goa and do not go up to a DJ in a club and request for Bollywood music.

This market on Arpora Hill, between Baga and Anjuna, is known as much for its party-like atmosphere, as for the actual shopping. This is the best place to get a first-hand experience of Goa’s international denizens, with funky jewellery, clothes, bags and other accessories on offer. There’s live music, bars and restaurant stalls offering everything from Greek food to organic salads to chocolate-drenched waffles. You can also head to the relatively smaller Mackie’s Saturday Nite Bazaar held on the banks of the river Baga River just nearby.
Dona Paula Bay is one of the most popular destinations for windsurfing in this place. The bay provides an almost lake like condition with its placid waters and cool breeze. While the morning breeze is calm and light, it gets stronger in the afternoons. The mornings are perfect for beginners while the afternoons are just right for those with more experience.
There could be no better way to enjoy the beauty of Goa than to explore its lovely roads on a bike. Bikes are available on rent in Goa provided you have a valid license. Foreign nationals will be required to carry their International Driving Permit.
A visit to the spice plantations in Goa is one of the most refreshing things to do in Goa. There are several spice villages and spice farms here which can give you an interesting insight into the spice business. You can walk through the fresh and aromatic plantations and learn more about how different spices are grown. This experience will definitely serve as an eye opener for you.
The Dudhsagar Falls are located high up on the Mandovi River, about 10 km upstream from Collem village. It is the largest waterfall in Goa and the fifth largest in India. It is a popular hiking and trekking destination, however, entry is restricted during the monsoons.
The sea and water escapes of Goa present a perfect opportunity to indulge in backwater kayaking across the various waterways of the state. The Zuari River, The Mandovi River, The Sal Backwaters and Nerul River are especially ideal for indulging in this sport. This activity can be availed at any time during the year including monsoons. However, if it is the season of rains, make sure you carry and wear appropriate water repellent clothing to avoid any slippage or loss of grip on the oars of the kayak.
Going to Goa and not indulging in water sports is like having a plate of cake and not eating it! Snorkelling involves the practice of swimming underwater with face down using a snorkel i.e. a diving mask and a tube for breathing. Snorkelling in the state of Goa is a relatively lesser known activity that is practiced only for a few months every year.
How would you like the world of sun and sand to go by you in a blur as you fly like a bird above it? Sounds impossible, somewhere else, it may be; but in Goa it’s possible. You can indulge in a gorgeous experience of parasailing across the Goan landscape! See the waves whoosh by you and the scenery will take on a whole new beauty as you do! The best place to indulge in this activity in Goa is the Arambol and Baga Beaches.
Enjoy the true vibe of Goan heritage and stunning sights of the sunset over the lilting waters as you embark on the Mandovi River Sunset Cruise. The river cruises are operated by the Goa tourism development authorities themselves and are a delight to explore! These hour long cruises depart from the Santa Monica Pier which is right next to the Mandovi River. The cruises are carried out on two ships, namely the Santa Monica and the Shantadurga.
  • 2 nights stay in beach cottage
  • Mandovi river boat cruise ride
  • All taxes.
  • Pick up & Drop from Hotel
  • Boat pick up from coco beach
  • Fishing
  • Snorkeling
  • Dolphin sightseeing
  • Local sightseeing
  • Beach B.B.Q. ( Fish & Chicken )
  • Free Beers,Hard drinks, softdrinks, snacks
  • (Fresh fruits, Snorkeling gear)
  • Swimming jacket
  • Beach b.b.q. Lunch ( Veg & Nonveg)
  • Things to carry - towels, swimsuit etc.
  • Any Air / Rail / Bus fare
  • Any meals other than includes
  • Any sightseeing
  • Personal expenses.

By Air

The Dabolim Airport lies just 29 kilometres from the state’s capital, Panjim. It is well connected by daily flights from Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Cochin and Bangalore.

By Train

The two major railheads in Goa are Madgaon and Thivim, which are well connected by trains from all over the country.

By Bus

There are a number of public as well as private bus operators in Goa, which offer options for intra-city and inter-city conveyance. KSRTC, MSRTC and KTC are some of the Government undertakings that operate from Panaji, Madgaon and Vasco Da Gama. Private bus operators include the likes of Neeta Tour and Travels, Paulo Travels and Naik Tours and Travels. Goa enjoys daily bus service from important cities like Mumbai and Pune.

Booking Procedure
You have to deposit 50% advance in our account for final booking confirmation voucher. After received amount in our account, you will get final booking confirmation voucher by mail.
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