Goa & Maharashtra


Introduction : 

Tourism forms the backbone of Goa’s economy. Major tourist attractions include Bom Jesus Basilica, Fort Aguada, a wax museum on Indian culture, and a heritage museum. The Churches and Convents of Goa have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

he state of Goa, in India, is famous for its beaches and places of worship. Tourism is its primary industry, and is generally focused on the coastal areas of Goa, with decreased tourist activity inland.Foreign tourists, mostly from Europe, arrive in Goa in winter, whilst the summer and monsoon seasons see many Indian tourists. Goa handled 2.29% of all foreign tourist arrivals in the country in 2011.This relatively small state is situated on the west coast of India, between the borders of Maharashtra and Karnataka, and is better known to the world as a former Portuguese enclave on Indian soil. 

Best Travelling places in Mumbai & Goa:

MUMBAI-Elephanta Caves,Kanheri Caves,Mahim Fort,Belapur Fort,Bombay Castle,Castella de Aguada etc.

GOA-St. Catherine Chappel,ASI Museum,Se Cathedral,Arch of Viceroy,Basilica of Bom Jesus,St. Augustine Tower,Goa State Museum,Mandovi River View.

Mumbai & Goa Best time to Visit:

  • November to February,March to May & June to October.

Tour programme:

Day 1 – Arrival in Mumbai

As you arrive at Mumbai airport, our tour representatives will assist you to the pre-booked hotel. Check in and relax at the hotel. The rest of the day is free to spend at your leisure. In the evening, you can visit the beach, try local food, or go shopping in vibrant markets.

Day 2 – Mumbai (Sightseeing)

Start the day with a lavish breakfast in the morning. Later, leave for sightseeing in Mumbai. The entire day you will cover the best tourist sights of the city. Start with a visit to the UNESCO world heritage site Elephanta Caves in the Elephanta Caves. Move on to explore the Prince of Wales Museum, Hanging Garden, Juhu Beach, Gateway of India, and more. Lastly, pay a visit to the Marine Drive.Overnight stay at the Mumbai hotel.

Day 3 – Mumbai – Goa

Check out from the hotel after having a delicious breakfast. Proceed towards Mumbai airport to board the flight for Goa. On your arrival at Goa, meet one of our tour representatives. Get assistance with transferring to a pre-booked hotel for your stay. You are free for the rest of the day.Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 4 – North Goa

Wake up early in the morning and have a delicious breakfast. Visit the charming beaches of Goa, such as Calangute, Dona Paula, Miramar, and Baga Beach. You can explore historical Old Goa Churches and Fort Aguada.

Enjoy a sightseeing tour of old Goa. Get blessings at Cidade De Goa, Basilica Bom Jesus, Church and Convent of Francis of Assisi, Church of Saint Cajetan, Church of Saint Monica, and Museum of Christian Art. Later, explore treasures of the Solar Souto Maior, Fontainhas, and Panjim.Proceed to take a walk around the vibrant markets of Panjim. While shopping, indulge in the savory tastes of local cuisines. Take a break from the day’s sightseeing for lunch, which is not included in the tour price. Afterward, visit Baga Beach and enjoy the water-sport activities.Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 5 – South Goa

Start the day with a mouthwatering breakfast in the morning. Later, pay a visit to the scenic beaches of South Goa. Get blessings at Mangeshi and Shanta Durga Temples. Later, proceed for a visit to Margao, the headquarters of South Goa. End the day’s sightseeing with a visit to the beautiful Menezes Braganza House in Chandor.Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 6 – Departure from Goa

Today is the last day of the Mumbai Goa Tour. In the morning, check out from the hotel and get transferred to the airport to board the flight for your onward journey.

Hence the journey ends.


By road u can cover Mumbai & Goa.

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Nearest station– Mumbai cstm(CSTM) & Goa Nearest station Vasco da gama (VGS) & Madgaon(MAO) 

Nearest Airport– Goa International Airport(GOI) & Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport(BOM)

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