Day 1
Arrival in Goa

Upon arrival in Goa, our representative will meet you and help you transfer to your hotel. Check-in into the hotel and spend rest of the day at leisure. Go around exploring the local area at your own pace, or visit the nearest beach to behold the sunset.

One way Transfer from Goa Airport to Hotel - North Goa (Indigo)

Overnight stay at Amara Grand

Day 2
South Goa Sightseeing Tour

After breakfast, we start our full-day South Goa tour with Shree Mangesh Temple, also called Shri Manguesh Temple, located within Mangeshi Village of Goa. This gorgeous 400-year-old temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva who’s worshipped in the form of Lord Mahueshi. Legends says that Lord Shiva who lost everything to Parvati over a game of dice came to Goa and disguised himself as a Tiger. He coincidentally scared Parvati who then asked to be rescued and Lord Shiva transformed back to his original form and followed her back. The name Manguesh came from Parvati who spoke “Mam Grisha” when asking for help.

Goa is known for its serious of churches and convents of Old Goa. You don’t want to miss the famous Basilica of Bom Jesus, a church from the 1600s and the most popular church of Old Goa. It is within the UNESCO World Heritage Site and remains as an iconic landmark in Goa. Bom Jesus means “Good/Baby Jesus” As you enter the Jesuit church, you’ll see what remains some well-preserved remains of baroque architecture brought in by the Portuguese, earning it a place in the Seven Wonders of Portuguese Origin in the World. We’ll also visit Church of Our Lady, which is a Gothic-style church first built in 1541 on a hill that overlooks Panjim. The imposing design is credited to a famed architect of his time, Antoni Gaudi. Initially built as a chapel, it became a Paris in 1600 before a major construction took place in 1609 and turned it into the church we know today. In 18th century, the iconic symmetrical zigzag stairs were added and finally, Goa’s second largest bell tower in 1871. Then we move to where Goa’s largest bell is located, the Sé Catedral de Santa Catarina, a cathedral built to celebrate the Portuguese victory over a Muslim army in 1510 before capturing Old Goa on the day of the feast of Saint Catherine. The construction finished in 1619 since it began in 1562 and houses some of the most historically valuable artworks, paintings, sculptures, and the Chapel of the Cross of Miracles it was said a vision of Christ appeared on the year the construction finished.

If you have been dying to shop in Goa, then you’ll love Panjim Market, the haven of shopping lovers for local products, souvenirs, snacks, and anything you want in Goa. Take home something of Goa from here and maybe along with gifts to share with your loved ones back home.

But if being in the crowd has been draining your energy, you’ll appreciate the quiet surrounding Dona Paul Beach has to offer. Named after a woman of charity in Portuguese India, Dona Paula Amaral Antónia de Souto Maior, the villagers of Dona Paula renamed their village with hers to honor her memory after her contribution to improve the village’s quality of life. Today, people love to visit the beach which is only visited during peak seasons and is considerably sparse of people otherwise. Enjoy the gorgeous view of Mormugao Harbour, a major trading port of India since 1963, as vessels make their way in and out after exporting iron ores that reach 27.33 million tons a year.

Miramar Beach of Goa is another stunning place you don’t want to miss. It used to be called the Gasper Dias Beach and is a hotspot for hangout or take part in watersport activities. Restaurants and bars can also be seen lining up near the beach with a great nightlife aspect as people join the beach party where famous Goan drinks and foods are served.
Spice up your trip with Mandovi River Cruise at an extra cost. For around one hour, you’ll be taken on a ride on luxurious cruise through the Mandovi River and with the sunset as your backdrop. There is live DJ music, traditional dance performances in the Carnival Village before boarding.

Overnight at hotel.

South Goa Sightseeing - Ertiga (from North Goa)

Overnight stay at Amara Grand

Day 3
Full Day Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving pick up is applicable from the following areas (Bambolim, Panjim, Dona Paula, Miramar, Old Goa, Pilar, Nerul, Pilarne, Betim, Britona, Sinquerim, Porvorim, Mapusa, Candolim, Calangute, Baga, Arpora, Anjuna, Vagator). Activities will be included :- Scuba Diving, Under Water Videography, Underwater Photgraphy, Sindhudurg Fort, Malvan, Tarkarli. (Pick-up from Hotel. Scuba diving near the island fort - Sindhudurg built during the reign of Shivajimaharaj in Malvan. 2-3mnts underwater videography per diver, 2-3 underwater photograph per diver. Sightseeing of Fort and prestine Tarkarli beach. Eligibility :- Kids above 8 yrs and adults below 60 yrs with physically, mentally and emotionally able to handle the skills and understand the knowledge will be eligible for this activity, timings 07:00 am - 18:00 pm. Air-conditioned vehicle to & fro hotel transfer on sharing / private basis)

Scuba Diving - With Transfers On Sharing / Private Basis

Overnight stay at Amara Grand

Day 4
Day at Leisure

After breakfast, head out to explore Goa on your own. You can visit the popular beaches like Baga, Calangute, Anjuna and Vagator (on your own) or party at the famous clubs like Club Tito's and Cafe Mambo's in Baga (on your own).

Overnight stay at Amara Grand

Day 5
Departure from Goa

Check-out from the hotel and get transferred to the airport to board your flight back home.

One way transfer from Goa Hotel to Airport - North Goa (Indigo)


  • Stay for 4 nights at Amara Grand
  • Amara Premium Room (Breakfast)
  • One way Transfer from Goa Airport to Hotel - North Goa (Indigo)
  • South Goa Sightseeing - Ertiga (from North Goa)
  • Scuba Diving - With Transfers On Sharing / Private Basis
  • One way transfer from Goa Hotel to Airport - North Goa (Indigo)


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