2 Nights Itinerary Covering: Goa
A 3-days trip to Goa is an excellent package option for all holidaymakers to enjoy the sand, sun, and surfing in Goa. The journey begins with an excursion to old Goa churches likewise The Basilica of Bom Jesus and Chapel of St. Francis Xavier. Wonderful beaches such as Colva Anjuna, Baga, and Calangute are one of the popular beaches in Goa to spend a memorable time.
Note: This is just a suggested itinerary, and we customize the tour packages according to your needs. Contact us for any change.
On your arrival at Goa airport/railway station, our tour agent will smoothly transfer with a pre-booked stay. Firstly, the journey begins with a brief explanation of the rich Portuguese culture and traditions. Then, visit one of the old cathedrals, such as the Basilica of Bom Jesus and St. Francis Xavier at Old Goa. Formerly, Goa is renowned for massive forts constructed by Portuguese colonies and Indian rulers settled in ancient history. Then, visit the famous lighthouse 'Fort Aguada'. Finally, enjoy a delicious dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
Start your day by exploring North Goa beaches attracted by multiple crowds of Indian and international tourists. Enjoy wonderful sports such as Parasailing, scuba diving, and water skiing at Anjuna, Baga, and Calangute beaches. Explore local markets in the coastal village, Anjuna, and purchase traditional jewelry, handicrafts, and souvenirs. Wondrous experience at the nightlife of Goa covering Tito's bar, Ingo's Saturday night bazaar swiftly. Overnight stay with dinner at the hotel.
On this day of Goa's trip, move ahead towards South Goa. Lastly, visit Colva beach with shacks, discos, and eateries. You will be assisted by one of our agents to Goa airport/railway station for the onward journey as the trip ends.
Ans: Yes, 3 days are enough for Goa. However, it also depends on the places you wish to explore. In 3 days you can explore the popular churches of Goa and also indulge in water sports activities. If you wish to explore both South and North Goa beaches, then you need more days.
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