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2 Night 3 Days Goa Tour

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Duration : 2 Nights / 3 Days

Destination Covered : Panjim

Tour Activities : Boating, Beaches Sightseeing, Sightseeing

Tour Themes : Beaches and Islands

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Panjim Tour Overview

Goa is a blend of ancient Portuguese colony, sandy shores, forests, monuments and delightful cuisine- you can't get enough of Goa. 1) AMAZING BEACHES: Had to be the #1 on the list, Goa is world-famous for its beach life. From North to South of Goa for every five minutes of travel, you will find a new beach.

Panjim Tour Itinerary

Day 1
North Goa-
Anjuna Beach
Anjuna Beach is among the best spots to experience the classic Goan vibe. During the day, this gorgeous beach sizzles with its glowing white sands, a plethora of water-sports, and several restaurants and shacks that offer a taste of authentic Goan cuisine and more. Once evening hits this beach, it transforms into a spot for enjoying an enticing nightlife, making it one of the top places to visit in Goa at night. The flea market held here every Wednesday is a crowd-puller. If you happen to be in Goa on a Wednesday, you shouldn’t give it a miss.
Calangute Beach
Stretching from Candolim to Baga, Calangute enjoys the reputation of being the queen of beaches in Goa. This scenic white sand beach is a paradise for people looking to engage in a session of adventurous water sports in Goa, including speed boat rides, banana rides, parasailing, water surfing, and lots more. If days are adventurous on this beach, nights are no less than sizzling. Enthralling beach parties can keep you dancing and drinking all through the night
Fort Aguada
Standing at the mouth of River Mandovi, Fort Aguada presents a majestic sight. The colossal fort dates back to 1612 and is considered to be among the most iconic forts in Goa. At one time, it was under the control of the Portuguese rulers, who valued it much for its strategic location. Today, the fort mesmerizes visitors with a spellbinding view of the Arabian Sea. There’s also an old lighthouse and a series of prison cells located inside the fort, which are among its key highlights. The presence of a secret passageway inside the fort adds to its appeal.
Chapora Fort aka Dil Chahta Hai Fort
Chapora Fort must be in your list of places to visit in Goa in 4 days, especially if you are traveling with your friends. The fort was featured in the Bollywood movie Dil Chahta Hai, which told the story of three friends named Sameer, Siddharth, and Akash. Two things happened ever since – firstly, it became a favorite spot for friends visiting Goa and secondly, the fort came to be known as the Dil Chahta Hai Fort. Located above the Chapora River, the fort has a rich history that dates back to 1717. Though nothing much of its old grandeur is left these days, the fort offers excellent views of the surrounding areas and the Vagator Beach from high up.

Casino Pride
Casino Pride is a luxury gaming destination spread over 30,000 sq. ft. This floating gamers’ haven hovering on the Mandovi River is among the most happening casinos in Goa. It boasts of a bewitching ambiance, highlighted with golden-hued embellishments. Spread over three levels, this casino with its numerous playing tables and gaming slots is where you can have a tryst with destiny. The barbeque counter, bars, and restaurants inside this casino will ensure that you won’t have a dull moment once you step inside.

Basilica of Bom Jesus
Noted for its architectural beauty, the Basilica of Bom Jesus is among the most fascinating churches in Goa and it traces its origins back to more than four hundred years. Designed in the Portuguese architectural style, this church exhibits a non-plastered look on the exterior. In contrast, the interiors display a magnificent ornamented look. The main attraction of this church is the mummified body of St. Francis Xavier, which is housed inside a silver casket here.
Se Cathedral
Another UNESCO World Heritage Site in Goa, Sé Catedral de Santa Catarina or Se Cathedral is dedicated to the Catherine of Alexandria. Designed in the Portuguese-Manueline style of architecture, the church exhibits flawless structural beauty. Among the highlights of this 250-feet-high church is its tower bell, which is known as the Golden Bell. Considered to be the largest bell in Goa, this bell boasts of a rich tone
Museum of Christian Art
Christianity has played a major role in the history of Goa and here’s a museum that captures the history of Christianity in the region in a spectacular manner. With its centuries-old artifacts and exhibits, the Museum of Christian Art traces a fascinating journey into the past. You can take a look at the impressive collection of statues, furniture pieces, paintings, ivory, precious metals, textiles, and a lot of other artifacts.
Interested in taking a trip back in time and uncover the mysteries of the past? You can include some of the other popular museums in Goa in your itinerary.



Mangeshi Temple
Standing in the vicinity of Velha Goa, Mangeshi Temple attracts travelers and devotees as one of the largest and oldest temples in Goa. The temple, which traces its origin to more than 450 years, is dedicated to the worship of Lord Mangesh, who is an incarnation of Lord Shiva. What makes this temple a popular tourist attraction is its splendid architecture that boasts of domes, balustrades, and columns. The seven-story octagonal lamp tower located at the entrance of the temple is one of its main highlights. Interestingly, it is the only temple in India built in honor of Lord Mangesh.

Other Places
• For beach lovers: Vagator Beach, Baga Beach, Candolim Beach, Sinquerim Beach, and Arambol Beach
• For history buffs: Reis Magos Fort, Mahalakshmi Temple, Goa State Museum, Houses of Goa Museum, Church of Saint Francis of Assisi, and Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception
• For shopaholics: Anjuna flea market, Arpora night market, Mapusa Friday market, Mackie’s Saturday night market, Panjim municipal market, and Calangute market square
• For foodies: Tamarind Café (Arambol), La Plage (Ashwem Beach), Bhatti Village (Nerul), Thalassa (Vagator), The Lazy Goose (Candolim), and Spice Goa (Mapusa), Britto’s Bar and Restaurant (Bardez, Baga)
• For party lovers: Club Tito’s (Calangute), Café Mambo (Calangute), Cavala (Calangute – Baga Road), Cohiba (Candolim), Café Mojo (Panaji)
Day 2
South Goa Beaches-Day-2
. Colva
Colva is the longest beach in South Goa extending till 20kms. Surrounded by palm trees, Colva is a white sand beach which makes it even more attractive. Colva is always crowded because of its versatility where you can indulge yourself in various activities like sunbathing or adventure sports such as windsurfing, speedboat riding, and parasailing.
Benaulim
Benaulim is just 2 km away from Colva and is comparatively less crowded. If you want to spend a good time watching the sea and sipping your drink, head to Benaulim. You can also try water sports, sail to long distance, or opt for a dolphin sighting tour at the beach
Cavelossim
Cavelossim is a paradise for those who want to spend leisure time soaking in sun. The beach also offers views of River Sai merging with the sea. It is an ideal spot for dolphin sighting, morning walks, and souvenirs shopping.
Palolem
If you want to relax at a secluded beach, head to Palolem. This white sand beach is known for calm waters and is again famous for dolphin sighting, flea market, and shacks that serve delicious food. If you’re a party lover, the beach holds a lot of happening clubs in the vicinity.
Nightclubs
Johnny Cool’s
A beachside shack near Colva Beach, Johnny Cool’s is frequented by the young crowd. If you want to chill and enjoy good food, there couldn’t be a place better than this shack. The live performances of local bands at Johnny Cool’s attract a lot of crowd at night.


Down The Road
If you are planning to spend the entire evening singing and dancing, Down The Road is the perfect party place. It is one of the most popular bars amongst locals, Indian tourists and foreigners. They organize live performances and karaoke nights regularly.
Gatsby’s Club
Groove to EDM music while enjoying a chilled beer at one of the most happening clubs in South Goa. If you don’t like hard drinks, head to their coffee shop to steal away some quiet moments from your busy travel itinerary.
Silent Noise
A lively pub on Palolem beach, Silent Noise is a one-of-a-kind-of place that lets you party without actually playing loud music. Just wear headphones, play your favorite pop, trance, hard rock, or hip-hop music, and break the floor with your dance moves. Even if you are short on days in Goa, a visit to this unconventional club is highly recommended.
Churches
Se Cathedral
Se Cathedral is the largest cathedral in Asia. There are five bells in the cathedral, of which the infamous Golden Bell is the largest in the world. The church was built in 1510 to celebrate the win of the Portuguese over the Muslim army. Influenced by Portuguese-Manueline architecture, the church has six panels carved with scenes from Saint Catherine’s life
St Xavier’s Church
St Xavier’s Church is a fine example of Gothic architecture. It is one of the most beautiful churches in Go famed for holding the incorrupt body of Saint Francis Xavier. The church was built in 1605 and is a prominent landmark for Catholics.
St. Cajetan Church
Also known as the Church of Divine Providence, St. Cajetan Church has origin dating back to 1661. It is included in the list of World Heritage Churches of Goa. The church resembles the shape of a Greek cross and has a massive dome with inscriptions from the Gospel of Matthew written in Latin.

Other Attractions
Vasco Da Gama
A small town on Mormugao Peninsula, the place was named after the famous Portugese explorer Vasco Da Gama. The town connects you to most of the beaches in South Goa, which means you should not skip it from your travel itinerary. Vasco Da Game is a small-sized yet charming town, giving the glimpse of Goan atmosphere
Chandor
A sleepy town that is heavily influenced by Portuguese culture and architecture, Chandor was called Chandrapur in the 11th century. If you want to see the relics of old times, this small village is a paradise. Some of the Portuguese buildings in Chandor date back to 6th century BC.
Loutolim
If the history buff in you is getting curious to witness the legacy left by Portuguese, visit Loutolim. The village has castles, churches, and places that will take you back to the Portuguese era. Big Foot is one of the main attractions in Loutolim
Cabo de Rama Fort
One of the oldest forts in Goa, it has seen many rulers and battles. The massive fort is named after Lord Rama and houses a small church within the premises. The fort also mesmerizing view of the Arabian Sea.
Dudhsagar Waterfalls
Dudhsagar means the sea of milk in Hindi. If you take a look at the waterfall during the monsoon, you will realize why it’s been named so. The stream of water gushing down against the backdrop of verdant greenery gives an impression of a river of milk flowing down in abundance. Falling down a height of 1017 feet, this four-tiered waterfall offers a spectacular sight to behold. The waterfall is also surrounded by some scenic trails that are a hot favourite among trekking enthusiasts.



Mollen National Park
Mollem National Park is a green paradise that covers the core area of the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary. With an exotic variety of animals, birds, butterflies, and reptiles, this park promises an exciting time for wildlife enthusiasts as well as nature lovers. You can spot a number of animals roaming around in this national park, including the Bengal tiger, spotted deer, leopard, sambar, and several other species. Just opt for the open jeep jungle safari that takes visitors into the deep area of the park and you are set for a thrilling time among the wonders of nature.
Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary
Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary is another place where you can witness the beauty of Goa sans the beaches and shacks. The sanctuary comprises of a wonderful world of flora and fauna and is home to several species of animals like mouse deer, slender Loris, Malabar trogon, Indian pangolin, Malayan bittern, and many others. One of the highlights of this sanctuary is a treetop watchtower that overlooks a watering hole. You can watch the inmates of the jungle visiting this place to quench their thirst.
. Indian Naval Aviation Museum
How about learning a thing or two about the history and evolution of naval aviation in the country? Make your way to the Indian Naval Aviation Museum where you can enjoy a great time with your family and kids. The place displays many interesting artifacts and machines related to naval aviation. You can also buy some souvenirs from the shop located within the museum or have a cup of tea from the Cockpit Café. The museum also has a mini theatre where you can watch documentaries and movies related to naval aviation.
• For beach lovers: Agonda Beach, Benaulim Beach, Butterfly Beach, and Galgibaga Beach
• For history buffs: Alex Church, Three Kings Church, Goa Chitra Museum, Big Foot Museum
• For shopaholics: Margao Market, Palolem Beach Market, Colva Beach Market
• For foodies: Zeebop by the Sea (Majorda), The Fisherman’s Wharf (Salcette), Martin’s Corner (Beltabatim), The Red Ginger (Colva), Johncy’s (Benaulim Beach)
• For party lovers: The Gatsby Pub (Colva), Club Ziggy’s (Colva), Leda Lounge (Colva), Firefly Goan Bistro Bar (Benaulim), Silent Noise (Palolem Beach)



South Goa Beaches-Day-2
. Colva
Colva is the longest beach in South Goa extending till 20kms. Surrounded by palm trees, Colva is a white sand beach which makes it even more attractive. Colva is always crowded because of its versatility where you can indulge yourself in various activities like sunbathing or adventure sports such as windsurfing, speedboat riding, and parasailing.
Benaulim
Benaulim is just 2 km away from Colva and is comparatively less crowded. If you want to spend a good time watching the sea and sipping your drink, head to Benaulim. You can also try water sports, sail to long distance, or opt for a dolphin sighting tour at the beach
Cavelossim
Cavelossim is a paradise for those who want to spend leisure time soaking in sun. The beach also offers views of River Sai merging with the sea. It is an ideal spot for dolphin sighting, morning walks, and souvenirs shopping.
Palolem
If you want to relax at a secluded beach, head to Palolem. This white sand beach is known for calm waters and is again famous for dolphin sighting, flea market, and shacks that serve delicious food. If you’re a party lover, the beach holds a lot of happening clubs in the vicinity.
Nightclubs
Johnny Cool’s
A beachside shack near Colva Beach, Johnny Cool’s is frequented by the young crowd. If you want to chill and enjoy good food, there couldn’t be a place better than this shack. The live performances of local bands at Johnny Cool’s attract a lot of crowd at night.


Down The Road
If you are planning to spend the entire evening singing and dancing, Down The Road is the perfect party place. It is one of the most popular bars amongst locals, Indian tourists and foreigners. They organize live performances and karaoke nights regularly.
Gatsby’s Club
Groove to EDM music while enjoying a chilled beer at one of the most happening clubs in South Goa. If you don’t like hard drinks, head to their coffee shop to steal away some quiet moments from your busy travel itinerary.
Silent Noise
A lively pub on Palolem beach, Silent Noise is a one-of-a-kind-of place that lets you party without actually playing loud music. Just wear headphones, play your favorite pop, trance, hard rock, or hip-hop music, and break the floor with your dance moves. Even if you are short on days in Goa, a visit to this unconventional club is highly recommended.
Churches
Se Cathedral
Se Cathedral is the largest cathedral in Asia. There are five bells in the cathedral, of which the infamous Golden Bell is the largest in the world. The church was built in 1510 to celebrate the win of the Portuguese over the Muslim army. Influenced by Portuguese-Manueline architecture, the church has six panels carved with scenes from Saint Catherine’s life
St Xavier’s Church
St Xavier’s Church is a fine example of Gothic architecture. It is one of the most beautiful churches in Go famed for holding the incorrupt body of Saint Francis Xavier. The church was built in 1605 and is a prominent landmark for Catholics.
St. Cajetan Church
Also known as the Church of Divine Providence, St. Cajetan Church has origin dating back to 1661. It is included in the list of World Heritage Churches of Goa. The church resembles the shape of a Greek cross and has a massive dome with inscriptions from the Gospel of Matthew written in Latin.

Other Attractions
Vasco Da Gama
A small town on Mormugao Peninsula, the place was named after the famous Portugese explorer Vasco Da Gama. The town connects you to most of the beaches in South Goa, which means you should not skip it from your travel itinerary. Vasco Da Game is a small-sized yet charming town, giving the glimpse of Goan atmosphere
Chandor
A sleepy town that is heavily influenced by Portuguese culture and architecture, Chandor was called Chandrapur in the 11th century. If you want to see the relics of old times, this small village is a paradise. Some of the Portuguese buildings in Chandor date back to 6th century BC.
Loutolim
If the history buff in you is getting curious to witness the legacy left by Portuguese, visit Loutolim. The village has castles, churches, and places that will take you back to the Portuguese era. Big Foot is one of the main attractions in Loutolim
Cabo de Rama Fort
One of the oldest forts in Goa, it has seen many rulers and battles. The massive fort is named after Lord Rama and houses a small church within the premises. The fort also mesmerizing view of the Arabian Sea.
Dudhsagar Waterfalls
Dudhsagar means the sea of milk in Hindi. If you take a look at the waterfall during the monsoon, you will realize why it’s been named so. The stream of water gushing down against the backdrop of verdant greenery gives an impression of a river of milk flowing down in abundance. Falling down a height of 1017 feet, this four-tiered waterfall offers a spectacular sight to behold. The waterfall is also surrounded by some scenic trails that are a hot favourite among trekking enthusiasts.



Mollen National Park
Mollem National Park is a green paradise that covers the core area of the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary. With an exotic variety of animals, birds, butterflies, and reptiles, this park promises an exciting time for wildlife enthusiasts as well as nature lovers. You can spot a number of animals roaming around in this national park, including the Bengal tiger, spotted deer, leopard, sambar, and several other species. Just opt for the open jeep jungle safari that takes visitors into the deep area of the park and you are set for a thrilling time among the wonders of nature.
Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary
Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary is another place where you can witness the beauty of Goa sans the beaches and shacks. The sanctuary comprises of a wonderful world of flora and fauna and is home to several species of animals like mouse deer, slender Loris, Malabar trogon, Indian pangolin, Malayan bittern, and many others. One of the highlights of this sanctuary is a treetop watchtower that overlooks a watering hole. You can watch the inmates of the jungle visiting this place to quench their thirst.
. Indian Naval Aviation Museum
How about learning a thing or two about the history and evolution of naval aviation in the country? Make your way to the Indian Naval Aviation Museum where you can enjoy a great time with your family and kids. The place displays many interesting artifacts and machines related to naval aviation. You can also buy some souvenirs from the shop located within the museum or have a cup of tea from the Cockpit Café. The museum also has a mini theatre where you can watch documentaries and movies related to naval aviation.
• For beach lovers: Agonda Beach, Benaulim Beach, Butterfly Beach, and Galgibaga Beach
• For history buffs: Alex Church, Three Kings Church, Goa Chitra Museum, Big Foot Museum
• For shopaholics: Margao Market, Palolem Beach Market, Colva Beach Market
• For foodies: Zeebop by the Sea (Majorda), The Fisherman’s Wharf (Salcette), Martin’s Corner (Beltabatim), The Red Ginger (Colva), Johncy’s (Benaulim Beach)
• For party lovers: The Gatsby Pub (Colva), Club Ziggy’s (Colva), Leda Lounge (Colva), Firefly Goan Bistro Bar (Benaulim), Silent Noise (Palolem Beach)

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Inclusions

  • MAP (Room + Breakfast + Lunch/Dinner)
  • Hotel
  • Flights
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • Pickup-Drop
  • Private Cab
  • Accommodation
  • Veg & Non Veg Meals

Exclusions

  • 1) Any Airfare / Train fare is not included in the package cost. Airfare is included under AIR PACKAGE TOUR only.
  • 2) Any expenses of personal nature like tips, phone calls, internet, games, sauna, steam, Jacuzzi, laundry, extra vehicle hire, bar, room heaters, discotheque or Pony/horse rides, boat rides, safaris, rafting charges, skiing/skating, and cable car/ropeway rides, etc.,
  • 3)Extra food or beverages ordered or taken in the hotel restaurant or room except for buffet / fixed menu meal plan.
  • 4)The Vehicle will be allowed up to parking points & last possible points. (Subject to road & govt. conditions)

Payments Terms

  • * 30% Advance Percentage of total booking amount
  • * Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • HOTEL/LAND CANCELLATION POLICY
  • # Date of booking to 30 days before travel the cancellation charges will be 25% of the tour cost (During Season) & Nill (During Off-Season)
  • # 30 to 15 days before the trip – cancellation charges will be 50% of the tour cost (During Season) & 25% (During Off-Season)
  • # 15 to 7 days before travel – cancellation charges will be 75% of the tour cost (During Season) & 50% (During Off-Season)
  • # 0 to 7 days before travel – cancellation charges will be 100% of the tour cost. No refund shall be given
  • Please Note: Cancellation policy is subject to change. It depends on the hotel policy.
  • # In peak season (example: long weekends, festival season, summer vacation, etc.) most of the hotels charge 100% cancellation.
  • For more information about cancellation policies, please contact our sales/reservation executive.
  • OUR SCOPE OF SERVICES
  • We are holiday organizers only. We inspect and select the services to be provided to you. However, we do not own, operate or control any airline, the shipping company, coach or coach company, hotel, transport, restaurant, kitchen caravan or any other facility or provider etc. that is engaged to provide you services during your tour. Therefore, please carefully note that:
  • 1) There will be no refund for unused nights or early check-out (In case of Medical condition it entirely depends on hotel policy).
  • 2) Check-in and check-out times at hotels would be as per hotel policies. Early check-in or late check-out is subject to availability and may be chargeable by the hotel.
  • 3) We reserve the right to modify the itinerary at any point, due to reasons including but not limited to Force Majeure events, strikes, fairs, festivals, weather conditions, traffic problems, overbooking of hotels/flights, cancellation / re-routing of flights, closure of / entry restrictions at a place of a visit, etc. While we will do our best to make suitable alternate arrangements, we would not be held liable for any refunds/compensation claims arising out of this.
  • 4) Complimentary room category upgradations will depend on the availability of rooms and as per hotels terms & conditions only.
  • 5) Room Heater / AC available in the hotel with an extra cost bared by the guest directly (Depends on hotel policy and terms)
  • 6) If the booking is more then one room in same or all resort in a different destination, possibly that rooms should be on differences in the sense of floor, location, room size, amenities, facilities, etc. (Depends on hotels structure) even in the same category of rooms booking also.
  • 7) Guest can’t compare the rating of hotels/resort in hill station areas or tourist spot areas with business city or business class of hotels.
  • 8) Driver and vehicle details will be forwarded on your contact mobile numbers which will be given at the time of booking; it will be sent to guest 12 hrs. prior of your first arrival points by our software systems. Guest are requested not to take follow up for the vehicle details and driver details.
  • 9) It is possible that the details which are forward to you can be replaced of change at last movement due to any technical reason or any of the right also.
  • 10) All guests are requested to satisfy themselves with Vehicle or driver within the minimum duration of time if you found any significant issue in a vehicle like a carrier, a/c, wheels, seating capacity, music system of any other things, please inform our operation department on the spot without wasting time.
  • 11) We are organizing the Vehicle according to the number of paying passengers only unless specifically mention child in travelling schedules.
  • 12) Ideal timings of use of Vehicle will be from 7:00 AM approx till 10:00 PM only for all ideal transfer and main mentioned sightseeing only, ( In an emergency case it will be flexible also)
  • 13) AC will operate on hills with additional cost.
  • 14) Any Hike up in Fuel cost & changes in taxes structure etc. after the date of quotation and even after booking will be charged extra on the actual amount of changes and bared by guest either well in advance or on direct payment basis.
  • 15) If you cause any injury or damage affecting the service provider, then you may be liable to the service provider. If the service provider recovers any monies from us for such injury or damages, we shall separately charge you for the same.
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