Bangalore - North Goa Tour


Package Details


4 Days, 3 Nights

Pickup Cities


Starting From

3000 ₹

1. Goa

Day 1: Start journey around 10 PM from Bangalore

On the western coastal of India is Goa, a former colony of Portugal that blends Indian culture with compound influences and plenty of international tourism. Goa is famous largely due to its outstanding beaches. The most engaged and very famous of all is Candolim Beach, where tourist from around the world flock to soak up the sun. Anjuna Beach is far less crowded. It is also an amazing place where you can walk to Chapora Fort and look up to the sandy coastline from a new perspective. Goa is not just about Baga, Calangute, Tito’s and Mambo. There is another side to the party capital of our country that you must explore and it’s down south.

Goa is always a tourist spot with delightful Goan food like sorpotel, sannas, andpatoleo; games like bingo, orthodox dances like the kunbi; and singing sessions featuring Konkani mandos and dulpods. The rich culture, lively goans and enticing landscape calls for some of the best things to do in North Goa like water sports activities on its golden beaches, spice plantation tours in its jungles, trekking to the most beautiful waterfalls in the state, sightseeing its ancient ruins, temples and churches, indulging in sunset boat cruises along its calm and deep waters, shopping for unique wares at its multiple hippie flea markets and what most come here for, it’s crazy partying frenzy that goes on all night long. Hire Cabs / Cars / Tempo Traveler / Mini Bus / Bus from Tejas Tours and Travels to thoroughly enjoy your holiday tour to North Goa.

Climate, Goa has hot climate as it lies within the Torrid Zone. There is no much change in climate throughout the year. Goa gets rains in the months June, July, August and September. June-September is the monsoon season here. The rainfall is more in the mountain region than the coastal region. Goa gets heavy rain from South-West monsoon winds. Goa has cool climate during then months October-January. It starts getting warmer from February and it remains till May.

2. Coco Beach
Coco Beach

Day 2: Trip Plan Tentative Schedule: 8 AM: Reach to Coco Beach (Boat Tour) | 11 AM: Reach to Candolim Beach | 2 PM: Lunch Break | 3 PM: Reach to Chapora Fort | 6 PM: Back to Hotel.

Coco Beach (Dolphin Sightseeing Boat Tour) is suited at the mouth of the Nerul River on the Mondovi Estuary. It is a protected bay of the Mondovi River. The beach is often regarded as an abridged gateway between Candolim and Nerul. Beautiful tall palm trees framed the beach. Here, Dolphin spotting trip is very famous on your visit to Goa. There are many different location where one can spot live crocodile jumping around you. One such location is near Fort Aguada. One hour of cruising in Arabian Sea spotting dolphin is very pleasing trip. These extremely intelligent and playful mammals will delight every visitor with their antics as they play and feed in the wild.

Boat Timing 09.00 AM to 5.00 PM. Boat Duration: 45 Minutes to 1 Hour.

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Boat Tour Includes:

  • Dolphin Spotting
  • Aguada Fort Sighting
  • Millionaire Palace
  • Goa Jail
  • Light House

3. Candolim Beach
Candolim Beach

Day 2: Candolim Beach is placed between Sinquerim and Calangute beaches. Candolim Beach is another comparatively busy soft sandy beach that due to erosion can be narrow in some places. The bulk ore carrier River Princess ended up being grounded some 100 meter from the beach during the 2001 monsoon. The water can be rough and there's little worried here. It makes swimming nearby very dangerous due to the strong undercurrents. Candolim Beach offers various water sports activities like parasailing to water skiing, wind surfing and so on. Fishing is an activity for those who love peaceful and quiet environment. Yoga and meditation has also gained popularity here because of the idyllic atmosphere.

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4. Chapora Fort
Chapora Fort

Day 2: Chapora Fort The fort was constructed in order to keep a watch on Hindu raiders who wanted to set up their territory in Goa. The fort was destroyed after the rule of Adil Shah and was rebuilt by the Portuguese in 1617, on the site of an earlier Muslim structure. Today, the Chapora Fort lies in ruins and although one can see the heads of the two tunnels to aid in escaping in case of an emergency. The massive ramparts and scattered Muslim tombstones are all that is left of this fort. The fort gives a spectacular view of the Vagator and the Anjuna beach.

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5. Calangute Beach
Calangute Beach

Day 3: Trip Plan Tentative Schedule:8 AM: Reach to Calangute Beach | 11 AM: Reach to Baga Beach | 1 PM: Lunch Break | 3 PM: Reach to Anjuna Beach

Calangute Beach, is also called the 'Queen of beaches' in Goa and among the best beaches in Goa. As stories go on, hippies had discovered this beach during the 60's so is it famous since then. Calangute along with Candolim, Baga and Anjuna form part of stretch of beach extending from just outside Panaji city to Fort Aguada. Calangute Beach is a 4 mile long beach that lies between Baga and Candolim beach. It is also among the top beaches of Goa. Watching the sunset and sunrise at Calangute Beach is a mesmerizing experience. The beach is popular among tourists due the availability of restaurants, clubs and shopping activities. Calangute is also famous for its water sport activities. One can experience Parasailing, water surfing, banana ride and jet-ski.

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6. Baga Beach
Baga Beach

Day 3: Baga Beach, is popular for water sports like parasailing, water skiing, windsurfing, snorkeling, kayaking and much more. Baga beach is also popular for its spectacular sunsets and fishing. A large number of fishermen in their traditional attire can be seen with their daily catch, especially in the mornings and evenings. Baga Beach can be visited anytime of the year. However, during monsoon season tidal waves become unpredictable and you might not be able to perform any water sports adventure. So, it is best avoided during that time. Shopping at the Baga Beach Market is an experience in itself. The Saturday market was started as a counter to the one at Anjuna.

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7. Anjuna Beach
Anjuna Beach

Day 3: Anjuna Beach, is famous for its stunning natural beauty with coconut trees and soft powered white sands. Anjuna beach is a favorite haunt of the hippies who used to organize the famous rave beach parties in the late 1950s to mid-1960s. The moon light rave parties are well known all over Goa and the world, and attract foreign travelers as well as domestic tourists, especially during the time of New Year and Christmas. The beach is adjacent to Chapora fort. The 'Albuquerque mansion' located nearby is another attraction. The Anjuna flea market on every Wednesday is also very popular with tourists and local Goans, where you can purchase many things, ranging from fruits to jewellery, clothes and electronic devices. This area offers pleasurable shopping experience with quality products at reasonable prizes.

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Day 4: Reach Bangalore by 6 AM.