Goa in a Nutshell
St. Augustines Tower - The Built in 1602, the only ruin of the Church of St. Augustine on the Holy Hill at Old Goa near the Nunnery, is a lofty 46-metre high tower defying the torrential rains. Old Goa Churches-Visit the Se Cathedral the largest church in Asia and theBasilica of Bom Jesus where you would find the mortal remains of the patron Saint of Goa, St. Francis Xavier.
Mangueshi Temple - A temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and the birth place of Bharat Ratna awardee and renowned singer LataMangeshkar.
Spice Plantation- You are accorded a warm traditional welcome and the guide will take you around the plantation providing informative tips about locally grown spices. Enjoy a Goan Buffet and don't miss to sip some local Feni.
Dona Paula - An estuary overlooking the port city of Goa, Vasco-da-Gama and simply known as the lover paradise.
Miramar Beach - Located barely 03 kms from the Capital, this beach welcomes you to swaying Pine trees and also holds the mortal remains of the first Chief Minister of Goa.
Sunset Boat Cruise - Cruise down the River Mandovi. Enjoy the traditional Goan& Portuguese dances performed onboard and dance to the tune of some scintillating music
A/C Car, excursion and Lunch at the Spice Plantation, Sunset River Cruise, Entry fees.