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We will go dolphin spotting in the pristine, cool waters of Goa on the fun and quick one-hour boat ride. Make sure to bring your camera along and have it ready to make videos of dolphins dancing in the water. Your trip is complete with pick up and drops off from Calangute, Baga and Candolim, bottled drinking water on board the boat and an English speaking guide who can tell you more about dolphins’ habits and make sure you head to the places where you can see them for sure. Children aged 0-4 can join the tour for free. On this short but very picturesque voyage, you will also sail by the prison at Fort Aguada, Lighthouse and Millionaire's Palace, Candolim beach and Calangute beach.
Goa is known for its beautiful beaches and warm weather all throughout the year. But if you’re itching for something cold and want a change of scenery, why not visit Snow Park? This snow-themed park will provide you with a cool escape from Goa’s humid weather filled with real snow, igloos, and even cold drinks in ice glasses! Other things you can do inside Snow Park include riding in sledge cars, playing snow volleyball with your friends, and climbing walls made of ice! No need to worry about bringing thick jackets and snow gloves as Snow Park will be the one to provide them for you! Just bring your family and friends and enjoy a fun and cool day at Snow Park in Goa.
Explore a number of majestic heritage sites in this one day tour around North Goa. Discover numerous heritage sites built by the Portuguese during their 450-year rule of Goa. Get to experience majestic temples, exotic beaches, and delicious seafood surprises! Your tour will begin in the well-preserved Fort Aguada. See how the 17th-century fort stands firmly against time in front of the Arabian Sea. Walk along its thick brick walls and take pictures with its lighthouse that guided thousands of ships many years ago. Your next pitstop will take you to the beautiful beaches of Calangute, Ashwam, Vagator, and more! Finally, the trip will end in the charming and picturesque gothic-inspired Church of Mae de Deus or Saligao church.
Your day will cover a great mix of beautiful beaches, jetties, and a boat cruise. Unwind and take this laid-back tour around South Goa's less crowded and serene destinations. Visit one of the finest baroque churches, Bom Jesus of Basilica Church, and be in awe as you explore this world heritage monument and resting place for St. Francis Xavier. Your next stop will take you to one of the largest Catholic churches in South Asia, the Se Cathedral. Built by the Portuguese in the 16th century, this magnificent monument seals Roman Catholicism's victory in Goa during its capture in 1510. The tour also includes a visit to the city's historic and beautiful temples, the Mangueshi and Balaji Temple. Before traveling back to your hotel, you'll be taken to a relaxing river cruise as you watch the sunset on the horizon.
Explore about 1-hour Evening Paradise Cruise goa. We offer daily evening cruises from 5.30 pm onwards. Each cruise runs for an hour and is packed with entertainment like cultural folk dances and live DJ music aside from some wonderful riverside sightseeing. There is just no sitting and getting bored when there are plenty of adventure activities to do in Goa. Here is the list of most thrilling adventure activities in Goa that everyone must try. The Carnival Village is a pre-boarding area with fun, food & entertainment. It has stalls that sell souvenirs, food, and beverages.
Enjoy seeing the sights and sounds of Goa in this walking tour, which begins with a meetup with your English speaking guide at the Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church, which was first built in 1541. Having been colonized by the Portuguese, a number of Churches are famous here, which include the Panjim Church and the simple but beautiful Chapel of St. Sebastian. The Portuguese influence is evident in the very streets you walk through as you head to the oldest high courts in the country, as well as the residence of the nation's Chief Minister. Artistry is also found in Goa when you visit the art gallery that features Scandinavian art, and you'll be able to compare and contrast it with the local artists' work also featured within.
Discover Goa beyond its breathtaking beaches, seafood, and parties - set forth to a walking tour to uncover the Goan history, culture, and artistry! Start your afternoon adventure inside the Houses of Goa, a unique ship-shaped museum displaying the region’s cultural and architectural history from the Indo-Portuguese era and see how the two nations create a distinct fusion of offbeat contemporary artforms. After that, make your way to the Museum Cafe, which not only appeals to your visual and aesthetic pleasure but also caters to your gastronomical needs. Experience a new side of Goa that goes beyond its exciting nightlife and attractions on this walking tour to its finest art spaces.
Immerse yourself in the rich culture of the Old Latin Quarter as you visit its historical sites. See a unique blend of Indian and Portuguese culture in every corner of the Old Latin Quarter; from architecture and music to historical sites and Catholic churches. Start your journey with a meet up at the General Post Office Panjim, where your local English-speaking guide awaits. Make your first stop at the nearby Tobacco Square, an excellent starting point for easy access to all of Fontainhas' streets. Gaze upon the colorful houses and establishments while on your way to the heritage precinct of St. Thomas ward and the small church of San Thome, areas that give insight into the religious influence of the Portuguese. Shop for handcrafted ceramic souvenirs for loved ones back home at Marcou Artificial before your tour ends.
Visit this heritage district for a walk through the most idyllic parts of Panjim. For your first stop, meet your guide at Kala Academy for an educational walk along with the works of the famous architect Charles Correa. Marvel at Correa's impressive approach to design, as well as his technique of incorporating nature into the architectural plan of Dayanand Bandodkar Marg. Head next to the Mandovi River for a panoramic view of the Reis Magos Fort, an ancient monument preserved by the Goan government. Move along the route and stumble upon the Maquinez Palace and the old Goa Medical College. After a quick tour of the historical sites, check out St. Inez Creek and learn how it transformed from marshland into its current state.