New Year's Eve is approaching, and you want to spend it differently. It's that time of year when everyone is in a festive mood and planning to welcome the New Year,
and what better place to welcome the New Year than Goa? Goa is a must-visit destination in India.
The beaches, pool parties, casinos, and seafood venues make this happening place in India known as its party capital. The tiniest state of India is known for its popular cathedrals, wildlife reserves, flea markets, and Saturday market.
Goa is a lovely place to spend the New Year with family or friends, and it is known for its New Year celebrations. The new year is properly welcomed here with lots of fun, music, and excitement. There are lots of New Year's parties in Goa, organised by many resorts and hotels on Goa's beaches. So you can enjoy these New Year's parties and celebrate an unforgettable New Year with an orchestra and performances from famed personalities. Food and drinks are famous during this time and will charm everybody to celebrate or enjoy the New Year in Goa. Tropical beaches, spectacular churches, water sports, rave parties, bars and pubs, and delicious Goan food will make your New Year's holidays in Goa a joyous occasion.
Upon arrival at the GOA airport, meet our representative who’ll assist you in smooth transfer to the resort pre-booked for your stay. Overnight stay at the hotel in GOA. Visited by large number of tourists from India and abroad, Goa is an amazing tourist destination that is famous for its romantic beaches, historical places, rich heritage architecture and religious places. This picture perfect destination is a major attraction among travel freaks, honeymooners and beach lovers.
Full day city tour of Goa. Goa is famous for its beautiful beaches, Churches, Forts, Lake, waterfall, wildlife preserves, and temples. The main attractions here are Dona Paula, Mapusa, Margao, Panaji, Vasco Da Gama.
Depart for Goa Tour at 09.00am.By Bus
Fort Aguada : A Tour start off with a visit to Fort Aguada Candolim. A Famous 17th Century fort now made even famous by the 5star Taj hotel complex. Fort Aguada in Goa is one of the most importanat Fort in Goa and most cruicial of all forts in Goa. Today it's being used as a Goa jail. t was built by the Portuguese government in 1612 in order to protect Old Goa from enemy attacks. A spring within the aguada fort supplied water to all the ships that called there.
Vagator Beach : A beach famous for its seclusion with the Chapora Fort, as its imposing back drop. Vagator beach is undeniably one of the best beaches in the world. Vagator Beach is split into two main beaches by a seaside headland which holds the car park and lots of stalls selling trinkets, clothes, soft drinks and snacks. As you face the sea, on your right is North Vagator Beach (Big Vagator) and on your left Ozram Beach, more commonly known as Little Vagator Beach.
Anjuna Beach (View point) : Very popular among the foreigners and is a beautiful picnic spot also known for Trance parties and Hippies in 60's and 70's. Very famous for Night life and always crowded with Foriegn tourist. Today main attraction of Anjuna Beach is wednesdays market popularly known as "Flea Market".
Calangute Beach : Trip rounds off with a visit to the calangute Beach widely known as queen of Goa's beaches, picnic and musical groups draw hundreds of people. Plenty of Water Sports Activities can be seen in calangute. Calangute has number of Luxury and budget hotels. These beach draws thousands of people every year from all parts of the world.
Morjim Beach : It is a nesting and hatching habitat of the Olive ridley sea turtle, an endangered species.
Ashvem Beach : It is a hidden gem with stunning scenery and range of nice beach hotels and resorts. Most people come to this beach during the day for sunbathing.
Breakfast at the hotel. Rest of the day free for own activities. Overnight stay at hotel
Suggested : Tour 9.00 am. By Bus
Miramar Beach : A Short but sweet beach. Here lies the Samadhi of Goa's first Chief minister Late Dayananda Bandodkar.It is on the way to Dona Paula and just 3 km Away from Panjim - Capital city of Goa. This Goa beach is popularly known as "Gasper Dias".
Dona Paula : From its high point can been seen River Zuari meeting to Arabian Sea. A secluded bay situated on the Arabian Sea, the Dona Paula Beach is one of the most sought after beaches in Goa.Water sport facilities are the key attraction of this place. once a silent village today is one of the most commercialized areas of Goa. Named after the daughter of one of the viceroy's of India Dona Paula de Menzes, who jumped off the cliff because she was not permitted to marry a local fisherman, this beach is haunted by mysticism and divine beauty.
Bom Jesus Of Basilica (Old Goa Churhes) : Where lies the remains of St. Francis Xaviers body. The Basilica of Bom Jesus is a World Heritage Monument as well as one of the finest baroque churches of Goa. The name of Jesus is symbolically represented by the letters ‘IHS' and is found embellished throughout the Basilica.
ST. Cathedral : One of the most ancient and celebrated religious buildings of Goa, this magnificent 16th century monument to the Roman Catholic rule in Goa under the Portuguese is the largest church in Asia. The largest of its kind in the East.
Mangueshi Temple : Dedicate to Lord Shiva, being build in the 17th Century.
Shantadurga Temple : One of the richest temples dedicated to Shantadurga the goddess of peace, also famous for golden palanquin.
River Cruise ( optional @Rs.600/- per person) : While you watch the lively culture of Goa in songs and dance. Note: Drop after River cruise only.
After Breakfast check out from the hotel, drive to the Dabolim Airport and board the flight to your onward destination.