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  • From Goa: Dudhsagar Waterfalls & Plantation Tour

    1. From Goa: Dudhsagar Waterfalls & Plantation Tour

    Enjoy an adventurous day away from the crowded beaches of Goa. The Dudhsagar Waterfalls can be translated into "The Sea of Milk", known for its frothy white appearance as it cascades down the Western Ghats. Located in a National Park, this area is rich in biodiversity, and the falls look spectacular after the monsoons. Set off from your hotel in a private car towards the border of Goa, which takes approximately 1.5 - 2 hours. Once you reach the Mollem National Park, embark on an adventurous 10 km Jeep ride across the river and rocky terrain to the base of the waterfall. A company representative will help co-ordinate a private jeep for you, so no need to wait in line. Spend 1 hour taking in the mesmerizing sights of the waterfall, before making your way back to the parking in the Jeep. After this, hop into your car and make your way to a local Spice Plantation in southern Goa. Enjoy a t...

    the waterfall is beautiful and quite the attraction for both indian and international tourists. From the information in the website it gives the impression this is a less known attraction where you will be almost alone, but that's not the case. So if you don't like crowds, this is not for you. Having the chance to jump in the water below the waterfall was quite nice and refreshing, they will tell you that life vest is compulsory, but it's just annoying and too warm; besides, we saw most international people not even carrying it, so we just didn't use it to jump in the waterfall. The food at the spice farm is really good, I was a bit disappointed that it wasn't as spicy as other food I had in Goa; but I guess it was due to them cooking for the tourist taste (a big group of tourist was there just in front of us). You are by yourself most of the time, and you ride the jeep without extra people, that's nice.

  • Beautiful Goa Beach Tour

    2. Beautiful Goa Beach Tour

    Enjoy a full-day tour to enjoy the beauty of Goa. Take in the laid-back atmosphere and magnificent beaches of this unique, picturesque place. After pick-up from your hotel, we will start our day with a visit to Kerim Beach, the northernmost tip of the state of Goa and home of the Kerim beach. This pristine beach is located 28 km (17 miles) from Mapusa and is one of the steepest slope beaches in Goa. Although the waters are clear and alluring, we advise getting the opinion of the local folks as well as the lifeguards before jumping in for a swim. Our next stop will be Ashwem Beach, situated south to the Arambol beach. This is another isolated beach in Goa with vast stretches of sand on the horizon as you make your way to beach shacks and huts midway along the beach. There are a number of restaurants in the area that serve sumptuous seafood. Finally, we will head to Anjuna beach. This ...

  • Goa: Private Full-Day Sightseeing Highlights Tour

    3. Goa: Private Full-Day Sightseeing Highlights Tour

    Visit all the landmarks of Goa on this cultural and heritage sightseeing tour. Travel comfortably from one landmark to the next with a friendly local guide in a private air-conditioned car. Trace the history of Goa from its capital city and beautiful places of worship. Start your day with an early pick-up and head towards Panjim. Appreciate the significance of the Portuguese rule in Goa through the neighborhood known as Fontainhas, Asia's oldest Latin Quarter. Walk amongst the narrow winding lanes and remember to take photos against the bright yellow, green, blue and red walls. Next, head to the former capital Old Goa, now home to World Heritage churches. Marvel at the architecture of the Se Cathedral and the Church of St. Cajetan, and pay a visit to the Basilica of Bom Jesus. Next, visit the Mangueshi Temple, which is of great significance to the Hindu community. After a full day of c...

    Our guide Jonas was fantastic! I would highly recommend this excellent guided tour. Jonas knowledge and professionalism was second to none. He was honest, friendly and it was a privilege to spend our time with him as we have strong Christian faiths and Jonas told us so much history about these amazing churches and a cathedral in Goa. Thank you so much Jonas from Heather and Nori from Scotland

  • Goa: Pub Crawl

    4. Goa: Pub Crawl

    You will meet your guide near the Immaculate Conception Church before embarking on an exciting pub crawl that will show you some of the best nightlife locations that Goa has to offer. This night out in Goa promises to be a rollicking good time where you'll meet new people in an energetic, fun, and friendly atmosphere. You'll visit three local pubs over the course of 3 hours as your guide shares unique stories about the city and local party culture. You'll also get one free drink at each pub.  Your bar journey will begin at a local bar serving fresh homemade draft beer. Alternatively, you can also try a local wine while watching the calm riverfront and admiring its beauty. From there, you'll head to the next venue where you can sip different varieties of Goan feni, a locally produced spirit. It's said that a trip to Goa is incomplete without a sip of a feni drink, which has been produce...

    Vrushali was the best! Had such a Great evening with her! So Kind and beuatiful, I World go definetely once again with her! If you got the Chance, just do!! You Will Not find someone better ☺️☺️☺️

  • Goa Street Food Tour

    5. Goa Street Food Tour

    Explore the best of Panjim neighbourhood, one of the most popular districts in Goa. Begin at Panjim Church and walk through the stepped streets, passing through the Portuguese-influenced lanes, centuries-old buildings, and cute little cafes and markets where you will sample some local dishes.  Taste a variety of local street food of Goa including local dishes like Xacuti curry, sweet Peda, cucumber mint juice, and various types of chats, cutlets and more. Witness the preparation of these local favorites and get an in-depth understanding of local food culture. Eat in traditional, rustic restaurants and stalls that are frequented daily by the locals for an authentic experience. All locations are of a high-quality and work with the local partner to give you the best possible culinary experience.

    Highly recommended for all foodies! my guide was Vrushali who knows everything about Goan food and Indian culture as well!

  • Hampi 2-Day Sightseeing Tour from Goa

    6. Hampi 2-Day Sightseeing Tour from Goa

    Spend time in Hampi, a magnificent city of ruins on the UNESCO World Heritage list, on a 2-day trip from Goa. During your tour, you will visit this city located in the state of Karnataka beside the Tungabhadra River. Enjoy valuable insight into the history of the area as you learn about the artistic excellence and power of the former rules of Hampi, once the capital of the Vijaynagara Empire. Detailed Itinerary Day 1: Goa - Hampi In the morning you will be picked up from Goa and make the drive to Hampi. Upon arrival, check into a 4-star hotel. Take a walk along the Tungabhadra River toward the Hampi market, which you will have time to explore. Then enjoy free time and spend the night in Hampi.  Day 2: Hampi - Goa (Meals: B) Wake up early for a trip to Matunga Hill to watch the sunrise. Then visit Virupaksha Temple, the most famous and...

  • Goa Off Shore: Churches and Spice Farm Tour

    7. Goa Off Shore: Churches and Spice Farm Tour

    Make the most of your time in Goa on this 6-hour tour combining adventure and pleasure. You will first visit the churches of Old Goa before visiting a spice plantation, where you will discover the aromatic spices grown on the farm and enjoy a delicious Goan-style lunch. The tour starts with a transfer to the famous churches of Old Goa, roughly a 35-minute drive away. Here you will visit some 150-year old churches in Old Goa, reminiscent of Goa’s former glory that once rivaled that of Rome. In the 16th and 17th centuries, Goa was known to the world as “Golden Goa” or the “Pearl of the Orient”. You will then take a 20-minute drive to the spice plantation farm tour. Here is a place of relaxation under the dense forest cover, where you can smell an aroma of a variety of genuine spices come from the trees grown on the farm. You will be guided on the types of spices and their treatments for ...

  • Goa: 5-Hour Coach/Taxi Guided Tour from Mormugao Harbor

    8. Goa: 5-Hour Coach/Taxi Guided Tour from Mormugao Harbor

    You will be met at the cruise port by our driver who will guide you to your transportation. We provide a shared air conditioned taxi/coach service from Mormugao Harbor Port to major tourist attractions in Goa. Your journey will take you to Panjim City which is the capital of the Indian state of Goa. Your walk will take you through the Portuguese Latin Quarters of Fontainhas (or Bairro das Fontainhas, in Portuguese). Many of the traditional houses were built in the 18th and 19th centuries, and their red-tiled roofs are what attracts tourists to this area year after year. You will then proceed Old Goa or Velha Goa (Velha means "old" in Portuguese) where the old Goa churches are. The remains of the city are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Old Goa contains churches affiliated to various congregations, including the Se Cathedral (the seat of the Archbishop of Goa), the Church of St. ...

    Great guide who spoke excellent English . Really enjoyed trip. Driver excellent also very safe.

  • Panaji: Private Spice Plantation and Old Goa City Tour

    9. Panaji: Private Spice Plantation and Old Goa City Tour

    You will be met at the cruise port by your guide who will take you to your transportation. Your journey will take you to the city of Panaji, which is the capital of the Indian state of Goa. Your walk will take you through the Portuguese Latin Quarters of Fontainhas (or Bairro das Fontainhas, in Portuguese). Many of the traditional houses here were built in the 18th and 19th centuries, and their red tiled roofs are what attracts tourists to this area year after year. You will then proceed to the old Goa Churches, Old Goa or Velha Goa (Velha means "old" in Portuguese). The remains of the city are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Old Goa contains churches affiliated to various congregations, including the Se Cathedral (the seat of the Archbishop of Goa), the Church of St. Francis of Assisi, the Church of S. Caetano, and notably, the Basilica of Bom Jesus which contains the relics of Saint Fra...

  • Goa: Backwaters and Mangrove Kayaking Experience

    10. Goa: Backwaters and Mangrove Kayaking Experience

    Set off on an unforgettable kayaking adventure suitable for all ages through River Sal's backwaters. Navigate the narrow waterways and follow your trained guides through deep mangroves. Paddle through lotus ponds and admire the red and white flowers, when in season, as well as other Goan flora. Enjoy a small-group experience for up to 14 people, and choose between 70-minute or 2-hour kayaking excursions. Meet your guides and other participants at the meeting point. Following a brief introduction, receive a briefing and instructions on the kayaking experience. After clarifying your questions, make yourself comfortable in the kayak, then set off over the water with two trained instructors to ensure each participant's safety. As you silently weave your way along the waterways, keep your eyes out for migratory birds. This area has more than 70 different types of birds, including kingfisher...

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What people are saying about Goa

We had a very fun and informative walk with Lata Rodrigues. She was very pleasant and took us walking around the Latin Square lanes which we enjoyed a lot. A stop by at Uncle Chico's home was like an icing on the cake. He was such a sweet soul who entertained us with Goan Songs in his pretty little home! Highly recommend anyone visiting Goa to take this stroll with Lata!

fantastic ! my guide was amazing with little care! I had a great time . I would even be ready to redo ♥ ️ Divar Island is a place to preserve, far from noise and the city .. a real haven of peace on Goa

Amazing tour to learn so much about all the different spices. Great to have a very knowledgable tourguide which could answer all our questions. Loved to taste all the different food for lunch.

A nice trip. Good driver who could not do enough for me. Plantation was interesting and guide lovely. The food out in was excellent.

Guide was knowledgeable about the sites we visted.