- Stroll at Calangute Beach – North Goa
- Shopping at Tibetan market
- Visit to Basilica Bom Jesus, St Cajetan, St Francis of Assisi, Se Cathedral and Church of St. Monica- Old Goa
- Enjoy an ancient ride at Museum of Christian Art and Archeological Museum.
- Visit to the aristocratic mansion – Solar Souto Maior.
- Explore Goan rural life at Ancestral Goa.
- Pay homage at Church of the Holy Spirit.
- Enjoy water sports at Baga Beach.
- Seek blessings at Mangeshi Temple, Santa Durga Temple- South Goa.
- Visit to the grand Menezes Braganza house.
- Shopping at the bustling markets of Panjim.
Day 01: Goa-
On achieving Goa air terminal, meet our IHPL agent who helps while you take an exchange to the resort. On finishing the registration customs, take some rest for the day. At night, you can go to appreciate a walk around the shoreline or enjoy your most loved shoreline action. Remain medium-term at the inn.
Day 02: North Goa-
Early today, you have your breakfast and after that begin driving towards North Goa. North Goa is specked with probably the most delightful shorelines of Goa. Dona Paula, Calangute, Baga and Miramar Beach are well known shorelines of North Goa. North Goa is home to various vacation spots like Fort Aguada, Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se Cathedral.
Spend the day touring around North Goa. You can start with a visit to “Cidade de Goa”, the first name given to the ‘city of Goa’ which was built up long back and now it is classified “Old Goa”. Pay praise at the Basilica Bom Jesus, which is committed to Infant Jesus. The congregation has the sacrosanct stays of St Francis Xavier. Additionally, visit different places of worship of North Goa including St Cajetan, St Francis of Assisi, Se Cathedral and Church of St. Monica. Every one of the houses of worship include an exceptional compositional style which talks much about the legacy and craftsmanship of those occasions.
Visit the Museum of Christian Art, which is one of its kind exhibition hall in Asia. The gallery is best known to house a gathering of things like gold and valuable stones and Rosary’s. You can likewise visit Archeological Museum.
Afterward, travel to “Sun powered Souto Maior”, which is a blue-blooded manor which goes back to the year 1585. The manor houses a fortune of curios.
Come back to Panjim, the capital of Goa and as you drive through the city appreciate seeing its interesting pioneer engineering. Stroll through the city and flip back the pages of the Portuguese days. Do visit the clamoring markets of Goa and shop for blessings and keepsakes. Make the most of your lunch at Panjim.
Post lunch, go to Baga Beach, which is one the most famous, occurring and delightful shorelines of Goa. Appreciate water sports and after that you can go for some shopping at the Tibetan market.
Day 03: South Goa-
In the wake of having your breakfast, head towards South Goa. Today, you will tour at real attractions of South Goa including Colva Beach, Mangeshi Temple, Santa Durga Temple and some more attractions. Start with a visit to Margao, the capital of Salcette taluka and base camp of the South Goa region.
Visit the chronicled “Largo de Igreja”, the Church square of Margao, which once used to be its pilgrim quarter. The congregation square is spotted with excellent old structures on one side and the lovely Church of the Holy Spirit on the other. The Church of the Holy Spirit is a standout amongst the most give houses of worship of Goa, which was worked back in the year 1564. The congregation is one of the best models of Indian Baroque style of engineering.
Later continue to “Familial Goa”, which is a re-formation of Goan country life. The town has number of antique focuses, craftsmanship displays and outdoors exhibition halls. There is a laterite figure of Saint Mirabai in the town, which is one of the longest laterite designs in India. The star fascination of the locale is the “enormous foot”, which is a huge impression which was found on a stone while uncovering the site.
Presently it’s an ideal opportunity to visit the great house-Menezes Braganza house, in Chandor. This palatial structure was worked, thinking back to the seventeenth century. The house has now been partitioned into two separate houses, with a typical passage. The east wing is involved by the Pereira-Braganza family, which has a little house of prayer with relics of St. Francis Xavier. It likewise has antiques, gathered by the family over various years. The house additionally has a vast dance hall and a Salon. Tiles from Portugal, antique crystal fixtures from Europe and wonderfully cut, resplendent rosewood furniture adds to the excellence of the house. A couple of things which give a particular look to the house incorporate a couple of high-upheld seats, which has the family peak, which was given to the Pereira-Braganza family by King Dom Luis of Portugal. The majority of the furniture things set in the house go back to the eighteenth century and have been readied utilizing nearby seeso (martel wood) and lacquered with mother of pearl by skilled workers from Curtorim town. The house additionally has numerous things originating from old fashioned devotees.
The west wing of the house has a place with the Menezes Braganza family. The house not just highlights lovely furniture and Chinese porcelain from Macau, yet additionally a gathering of family pictures, which go back to the seventeenth and eighteenth hundreds of years. There is additionally a library which is accepted to be the main private library of Goa. The library has a gathering of 5,000 cowhide bound books which were by and by gathered by Luis de Menezes Braganza (1878-1938), a presumed writer, surely understood for assuming a key job in Goa’s freedom development.
Day 04: Goa-
This is the latest day of the Goa visit. Chomp some heavenly breakfast and after that look at of the inn. Begin driving towards the airplane terminal and on achieving, get onto your trip to home. The visit closes here.