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Stopover In Goa: 7 Days


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Point of Arrival & Departure: Mumbai (BOM) & Goa (GOI), India
Destination Covered: Goa
Highlights: Swimming, Windsurfing, Water Skiing, Fishing, Scuba Diving, Para Gliding, Dinghi Sailing, Water Scooter Ride, Night Life, River Cruise and much more
Duration: 6 Nights & 7 Days
Itinerary:
Day 1: Mumbai
On arrival at Mumbai airport our representative will meet you and transfer you to the resort pre-booked for your stay. Overnight stay at the hotel in Mumbai.
Day 2: Mumbai-Goa
After a tasty breakfast in the morning, you will be transferred to the Mumbai airport to board flight to Goa. Upon arrival at the Dabolim airport in Goa, you will be transferred to your hotel by our representative. Check into the hotel and relax for the day.
 
Day 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6: Days at Leisure with interested activities.
For the next 5 days, explore all the tourism aspects of Goa. Goa is a purely entertaining place, offering something to everybody and everything to somebody. There are beach sports, casinos, rave parties, river cruises, bullfights, grand shopping arcades and water sports. Apart from exotic beach resorts, spectacular coral reefs and rich marine life to explore.  Enjoy a fine blend of sand and surf, bask in the glory of sun, gorge upon the mouth watering seafood, indulge in the adventure water sports and taste the thrill of Goan night life. The beaches you will visit include Miramar Beach front, Dona Paula Seashore, Baga Beach, Anjuna Beach, Benaulim Seaside, Chapora Seaside and Vagator Seaside.
Possible Activities for you are….
 
Windsurfing: Windsurfing is a unique blend of surfing and sailing requires the surfer to adjust his strength and balance to the changing characters of wind and water.
Windsurfing experts alike claim Dona Paula bay to be the ideal location for beginners as wind and water here are calm & make the sea lake-like. The morning breeze is light and steady — just right for learners; while stronger winds that set in during the afternoons offer a perfect challenge for the more experienced.
Dinghy Sailing: Dinghy sailing, often referred to as ‘beer and sandwich’ sailing. With the winds in Goa, so gentle most of the time, this particular sport offers its participants much time to relax.With two sails and side decks to sit upon, dinghy sailing is as much fun as windsurfing and it is not necessary to be either athletic or young to enjoy this form of sailing. These 15-odd feet long crafts hold three to four people comfortably. The Zuari river at Dona Paula is an excellent learning area.
Scuba Diving: While diving in Goa is not exactly world class due to limited to visibility underwater (generally in the region of 6 to 12 metres), there is an amazing amount of sea/ocean life as well as hard coral which continues to amaze even the most experienced divers. Marrine life includes Large &  long fishes, Snappers, Sweetlips, Groupers, Sweepers, Sergeant Majors, Angelfish, Butterflyfish, Parrotfish, Bannerfish, Wrasse, Sharks, Tangs, Mullets, Tuna, Batfish, Scorpionfish, Lionfish, Rock Cod, etc. Othe ocean life includes Sea Cucumber, Blennies, Gobies, Turtle, Lobsters, Cuttlefish, Shrimps and Nudibranchs. Corals of the Table, Brain, Staghorn, Sea Whips, Gorgonian Fans, etc variety are very common.
Troublebeggong and Reeftip sharks, Shovel Nosed and Sting Rays, Nurse Sharks as well as Dogfish are spotted occasionally. The warm waters also fill with playful Bottlenose Dolphins although they are shy of divers.
In addition to the above, Goa has a large number of shipwrecks which include Spanish and Portuguese galleons, World War II wrecks as well as many merchant ships. Very few of these have been found and explored. According to reports there are around 1,000 wrecks along the coast of Goa. Even allowing for gross exaggeration, that still leaves a lot of ships waiting to be found and dived on by lucky, daring divers! Make your holiday even better by exploring the underwater world of Goa which very few people have experienced.
Water Skiing: Goa offers the thrills of travelling in to the sea on speedboats. The high-class speedboats which are available here, can achieve speeds of up to 30-40 miles per hour.
These craft, which can carry up to eight people and canbe conveniently used for water-skiing & sightseeing as well.
Fishing: The sea of Goa offers a varied and plentiful supply of seafood. The Agonda beach in Canacona, which lies a short distance from the more famous Palolem beach is a popular fishing spot. Soormai, salmon and mullet are frequent catches.
Parasailing: High fliers also has opportunities here. Necessary equipment for this fascinating sport of Parasailing. A 300 feet long attached to the parasail harness at one end and to the speedboat at the other. When the boat speeds off on the water, the parasailor just takes one or two steps and he is lifted into the air, Enjoy!.
Water Scooter: Water scooters carry two people on a ride. This action sport provides all the thrills of a motorbike with the serenity of the ocean instead of hard tar road beneath the feet.
They are easily available at Dona Paula jetty, Cidade de Goa, Majorda, and Candolim beach.
Swimming: The most common water sport here is swimming, although it is least mentioned medias. The waters around the Goan beaches are warm and mostly safe. Swimming can be enjoyed by people of all ages, even the sick, the luxury and the budget travellers alike. There are life guards at all Goan beaches, please check with them about the status of the sea, before you jump in.
Night Life: The whole Goa is exotic itself. However Colva and Calangute Beaches are the best places for night life. As the sun goes down Goa Nightlife heats up. Prepare yourself for a great nightlife in goa! There are plenty to choose from. You can sit and listen to the sounds of live entertainment, or dance the night away at one of the hottest clubs. Regardless of your pleasure, you are sure to have the time of your life. Goa has a more liberal attitude to goa nightlife than most places in India. , Nightclubs are pretty much for tourists – both wealthy Indians and foreigners. For some time the only nightclub in Goa was in Calangute, and it’s in this area where you’ll still find the majority of Goa’s Western-style nightlife – although it’s gradually extending to Candolim and Arpora…
Day 7: Departure Transfer
After breakfast in the morning, drive to the Dabolim Airport (GOI) and board the flight back to Mumbai or any other destination.
Package Includes:
  • 1 Nights Stya in Mumbai with breakfast,
  • 5 Nights stay in Goa with breakfast,
  • All airport pick up & departure transfers in Mumai and Goa,
  • And all taxes & service charges.
Price as per request
Package Includes:
  • 1 Nights Stya in Mumbai with breakfast,
  • 5 Nights stay in Goa with breakfast,
  • All airport pick up & departure transfers in Mumai and Goa,
  • And all taxes & service charges.
Price as per request

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