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Goa Tour Package 
03 Night 04 Days 


Day 01: Arrive Goa
Arrive Goa Pick Up Goa Airport Or Railway-station , meet & greet with our office representative assistance and transfer to hotel. Rest time for your personal activities relax etc. Overnight at hotel.

Day 02: Goa
Breakfast at hotel, Half day sightseeing tour of North Goa Churches visiting.

Churches: Basilica of Bom JesusChurches: Basilica of Bom Jesus: A World Heritage Site, Preserved body of St. Francis Xavier constructed around 1695. The Basilica of Bom Jesus is famous for the preserved mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. He was the member of Society of Jesus  and came to India to spread Christianity with the Portuguese. Se Cathedral: Largest church in Asia, giant bells and exquisite architecture. Se Cathedral of Goa is dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria. This magnificent edifice was built in the 16th century under the Portuguese rule in India. The construction of the church began in 1562 and finished in 1619. Church of St. Francis of Assisi: A stunning and charming building, architecture has a combination of Hindu and Christian elements. The Church of St. Francis of Assisi of Goa was built during 1517-1521 AD. St. Francis of Assissi Church of India has now been turned into a museum. Church of St Augustine Ruins: 46 meter high tower, the church was built in 1602 with the combined efforts of 12 Augustinians. They also built a convent besides the church. Church of Marry Immaculate Conception: one of the most famous landmarks of Goa. This church is supposed to be one of the earliest churches to be constructed in Goa.

Later one hrs boat cruise on Mondovi River. Afternoon free for personal activities relax on the beach etc. Overnight at hotel.

Day 03: Goa
Breakfast at hotel, half day sightseeing of Old Goa, Panjim city, Altinho, Dona Paula viewpoint.
Panjim City: the state capital of Goa and is popularly known as the seat of the Government. Panjim is located on the south bank of the wide Mandovi River and is one of India's smallest and pleasantest state capitals. The Panjim town has preserved its Portuguese heritage remarkably well and parts of it still consist of narrow winding streets, old houses with over hanging balconies, red-tiled roofs and numerous small bars and cafe's. Signs in Portuguese can still be seen over shops, cafe's and administrative buildings.

The Altinho: The hill has two divisions; one is Emidio Gracia Road, moving up the hills on the right side of church and other road is going into main town taking to suburb of Fontainhas on the other side, on the top church hilltop was the ‘Hill of the Pilots’ because first ‘Lighthouse’ was operated from there. On the other side of the church at the top of the hill, old buildings here are conquered by colleges and the Avenue P.E. Agnelo takes you to main residential area. Patriarchal palace the resident of the Archbishop of Goa is the main attraction in this area. The diocese of Goa was established here in the year 1533, and raised to an Archdiocese in 1557.
Dona Paula ViewpointDona Paula Viewpoint: at the place where two of Goa's famous rivers meet the Arabian Sea is the secluded bay of Dona Paula with a fine view of the Marmagao Harbour. 7-km from Panjim, nestled on the south side of the rocky, hammer-shaped headland that divides the Zuari and Mandovi estuaries, this former fishing village is nowadays a commercialized resort. This is an idyllic spot to relax and sunbathe. Water scootering facilities are also available over here. Dona Paula also offers possibilities for water sports like Boating, scooter driving, fishing etc. at the jetty point. Overnight at hotel.

Day 04: Goa
Morning After Breakfast Check Out  After Drop to Goa Airport / Railway-station .