About Goa's History
Until 1961, Goa was one of the last remaining Portuguese colonies in India. And for centuries before that, it has been a land of cultural and religious Importance to Hindus too. This has resulted in the formation of a state that celebrates the Portuguese zest for life while still holding a place for Hindu tradition and custom, where Christmas is celebrated as is Diwali. Also, the decades of interaction with foreign tourists has imparted a unique spirit that embraces people form all walks of life.
|Goa is steeped in both Christian and Hindu tradition. But above all, it is the place where the weary traveler from all parts of India and the world, comes to experience “susegado” – the desire to unwind and live a little.Goa has some of the best churches and Portuguese mansions that you simply must visit. Of special interest is the Basilica of Bom Jesus, a World Heritage Monument that has housed the sacred mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier since 1695. Do get in touch with us and we’ll be Please to arrange you perfect tour that will let you experience the true culture of Goa.|
|Commonly spoken throughout the state, English is the lingua franca of Goa. By virtue of being an erstwhile Portuguese colony, some of the elder generation speaks Portuguese too. Goa also has a resident population of Europeans, which is why a lot of shopkeepers, street vendors and restaurant staff are conversational in French, Spanish and Italian. Konkani is the language of most Goans, while Marathi and Hindi and also widely spoken and understood.|
|Inspite of being a coastal land in a tropical climate, Goa is blessed with 6 months of temperate weather. From October to March, it is perfect weather for sunbathers who don’t want to risk sunburn. The winter, in December and January, can bring chilly nights. Monsoons from June to September bring heavy rainfall and relief from the summer heat.|
|Goa is fairly easy for tourist travel. Private taxis are both readily available and easily arranged for. Another popular choice is traveling by two-wheelers.|
* Goa Beaches
* Dudhsagar Waterfalls
* Basilica of Bom Jesus
* The Fort Aguada
* Tomb of St. Francis
Contact Us for rates.
Hotel: Estrela Do Mar Beach Resort
Address: Khobra Vaddo, Calangute, Bardez, Goa
Rating: 3 Star
Hotel: Panjim Inn
Address: E-212, 31st January Road, Fontainhas, Panaji, Goa
Rating: 3 Star
Airport / Thivim or Karmali station transfers by AC Vehicle.
Welcome drink on arrival (Non alcoholic).
Well appointed air-conditioned Suite room with TV, telephone and Tea/Coffee maker, Buffet meals as per plan.
Afternoon Tea/Coffee with Biscuits/Cookies.
One half day sight-seeing (As per hotel itinerary) by A/c Vehicle.
Unlimited House brand beverages (Spirits, Beer, Soft drinks) from 11.00 am to 11.00 pm in the bar (Not applicable on AP & MAP Packages).
Two bottles (500ml.) of Packaged drinking water per night.
Free use of swimming pool in proper swimming attire.
One hour Boat cruise at River Mandovi on one of the sight-seeing day (Subject to weather permitting),
All current applicable taxes
TERMS & CONDITIONS :
1) 50 % advance payment to be deposited at the time of and rest amount 15 days prior check in.2) We shall release the booking without prior intimation if payment not received.
CANCELLATION POLICY :
1) Minimum of Rs. 1000.00 per person shall be charged for cancellation or rescheduling (Excluding and ).2) 25 % if cancelled, 30 days or less than the scheduled arrival. 3) 50 % if cancelled, 20-15 days prior to scheduled arrival. 4) 100 % if cancelled, 15 days or less prior to the schedule arrival. 5) All cancellations have to be mailed to us for proper refunds.