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India is a colourful quilt. A patchwork of different experiences, distinct to each other yet exist in complete harmony together.
Goa is one of the most easily appealing of the colours with a culture of its own. Where ‘Susegad’ is a lifestyle derived from the Portuguese word - sossegado (quiet) from the colonial days of the state. We take you on this journey so be ready to be amazed at every step!

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Day 1
South Goa
  • Goa has a distinct individuality. It stands in stark contrast to the rest of the country. The Portuguese rule of around 400 years on the state and its inimitable culture is a result of it. With your toes in sand and fresh sea food on your plate, enjoy your Beach Dinner with the chilled local brew King’s Beer.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 2
South Goa
  • We head to the fabled Shri Mallikarjuna Temple of Lord Shiva. Located near the small village of Sristhal, in the southernmost taluka of Canacona. It is around 200 years old with magnificent sculptures and stories from Mahabharata and Ramayana – the great epics of India carved onto the six pillars of the mandapa (hall). The legend says that it is here that Lord Siva was reunited with his consort Goddess Parvati after a long separation.
    Get tanned on Palolem Beach under the golden sun with serenity all around you or simply curl up on the beach with a good read.
    If you are in Goa and you do not party then it would be a colossal faux pas! Tonight is reserved for outdoors for a Night party on the beach or a Jungle Party.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 3
South Goa
  • Driving for an hour along the coast of Goa, you reach Karwar, Karnataka. It has aptly earned the title of ‘Kashmir of Karnataka’ for the serene scenery it offers to the traveller.
    The Ravindranath Tagore Beach is a long stretch of sand up to 5km having the options of parasailing, banana boats and other adventure activities.
    The Nagarmadi waterfalls are next to be visited. These falls are unique as they pass under a huge boulder creating a pool of sorts underneath which is apt for swimming and enjoying the cool water. On a mere 5kms distance from the Karwar bus stand is the Sadashivgad Fort. It has witnessed the transfer of power between many rulers, including Portuguese, Marathas and British. Currently in ruins, still the panoramic view it gives from the top takes one’s breath away.
    Driving for about 1.5 hours, we arrive at Gokarna – "Land of Palm trees, Blue seas and Golden sands" To get in touch with your spiritual self, Mahabaleshwar temple makes a nice visit. The 4th century Dravidian architectural style oozes with history of this small town.
    Afterwards, a must visit to the Om Beach – named after the uncanny shape the beach forms. The beach is the first of the various beaches along the shore of the town. A trek of about 20 minutes takes you to Half Moon Beach. Paradise beach is one option as one of the least crowded beaches ever. This is mainly due to a rather vigorous trek one has to take to reach here from Half-moon Beach. But the view and experience make it a worthwhile choice. (Remember to carry water, stick to the trek path and instructions of the guide for both the beaches)
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 4
South Goa
  • Travelling like a local is the best way there is. Hence we leave for the temples in the interiors of Goa. These temples revere the local deities and have their own unique tales and legends accompanying them. In the South, we take you to Cola Beach. The Blue Lagoon which has been formed from the river flowing in the sea is one of a kind. The kayaking in the backwaters is a must-do activity. To dodge the 10pm curfew for the loudspeaker blaring parties, Palolem has ‘Headset parties’ where you can groove to the tracks played by a DJ on your headsets!
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 5
North Goa
  • When in Rome, do as the Romans do! Wearing the traditional Goan clothes and clicking pictures so that you can reminisce about this beautiful journey you are on. Explore the by-lanes of Old Goa and take the path rarely treaded.
    The only Basilica in Goa is that of the Bom Jesus. It is a World Heritage site of UNESCO. The final resting place of St. Francis Xavier – whose remains are enshrined here pull crowds of all faiths from all over the world. It is said that the body of St. Francis shrinks every year and when it will shrink to nothing, it will be end of the world! The monument seems very plain from outside, with its un-plastered exterior but don’t let that fool you. Once you enter, you see the beautiful altar which is elaborately carved and gilded.
    If the Basilica of Bom Jesus seems somber to you, then Se Cathedral will be imposing for you! It is a commanding structure erected to commemorate the victory of Alfonso Albuquerque which was won on the feast of St Catherine of Alexandria. It is the Cathedral of the Archbishop of Goa.
    The famed cuisine of Goa is there for you to titillate your taste buds. Full of tender coconuts and spices gives the seafood an exceptional flavor which has to be experienced firsthand.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 6
North Goa
  • The difference between North and South Goa can be felt even by a first time traveler. North Goa beaches are made for partying and water sports while Southern are full of tranquility and serenity. One such hip beach is Aguada. This beach has cafes, itinerant vendors of everything from Kashmiri carpets to massages, and a good range of water sports. One of the first beaches which can be approached from Panaji – the capital is the Candolim beach. The parasailing and water skiing are some of the many water sports you can do here. (One can also visit the touristy Calangute Beach which has no off season because of its popularity among the locals and tourists alike) Head to the local markets to buy souvenirs for friends and family back home. The night is young and so are you! So dance like no one’s watching on trendy Bollywood Songs in one of the hip clubs of Goa.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 7
North Goa
  • The red temple of Shri Shantadurga Goddess exudes a certain harmonious vibe. Maybe because the local story says that Goddess Parvati took on the Avatar of Shantadurga to mediate between Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva; to save the world from destruction from this holy war. Goddess Shantadurga is shown as holding two serpents, one in each hand, representing Vishnu and Shiva. Offer your respects to the deity by worshipping her with a Pooja.
    If you wish to sample some of the special spices from the Goan cuisine, we can head to the Madgaon market. The bustling place can be a photographer’s delight to click the natives going about their life and chores.
Breakfast - Dinner
Day 8
Departure
  • This wild week ends and we return to Dabolim Airport to catch our flight back home.
Breakfast - Dinner
Destinations you will visit
South Goa - India
Day 1
South Goa - India
Day 2
South Goa - India
Day 3
South Goa - India
Day 4
North Goa - India
Day 5
North Goa - India
Day 6
North Goa - India
Day 7
Goa - India
Day 8
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