3 Nights 4 Days Accommodation in 01 double room
3 Breakfast and 3 dinners
Arrival and departure transfer from Airport on a private basis by ac sedan car
1 North Goa sightseeing on a private basis by ac sedan car (Calangute beach, Fort Aguada, Reis Magos Fort, Baga beach)
01 South Goa sightseeing on a private basis by ac sedan car (Old Goa Church, Spice plantation with Lunch, Panjim City Tour and Boat cruise at Mandovi River for 1 hrs.
lunch/dinner during tours
Night charges, if vehicle is used after 5.30 pm and early morning in case vehicle used before 6.00am
Entry Tickets at an additional charge not included in the cost:
Spice Plantation – INR 350/- Per Person/Child (to be paid in advance)
Boat Cruise Ticket – INR 600/- Per Person / Child (to be paid in advance)
Entry to Forts – INR 70/- PER PERSON/ Child (to be paid locally)
Goa in Monsoon (June – August)
Temperature – The air temperature during the season of monsoon ranges between 24°C and 30°C.
Weather – Goa in Monsoon is home to frequent rain showers, and subtle drizzles with a chance of thunderstorms. With the scent of the salty sea mixing with the earthy aroma that comes with the rains, Goa is a treat for all the nature-lovers out there. While the days are humid, the nights provide some relief by being cool and pleasant.
Things to know before the visit – Do not forget to check the weather reports before booking your tickets and accommodation. Book a hotel that is centrally located and accessible. Carry some cash in case you plan to travel to remote areas and beaches. Watch out for some discounts on accommodation since this is not really the peak season.
Tips – Do carry a lightweight jacket. Carry wind cheaters, sunscreen, sports shoes, mosquito repellents and torches when you plan to venture outdoors.