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If you are looking for the best North Goa sightseeing packages that offer you the best tour of all the famous tourist destinations, then you must check out Thrillophilia. With packages that are crafted in order to help you make the maximum out of your trip, you are going to have the best time in Goa.

The mind-boggling number of beaches that adorn North Goa are only the tip of its decorated iceberg; it is an area rich in terms of historical backdrop, and is a cultural boiling pot in every sense of the phrase. Thrillophilia's North Goa sightseeing tour packages guarantee the finest of this coastal state at incredibly reasonable prices. The packages not only include all sightseeing excursions, but also customise other necessities, such as transportation.

This ensures that you may enjoy your vacation to the best without having to worry about any additional procedures. So stuff your duffel with your swimwears and a barrel of sunscreen, and you are good to embark on an unforgettable trip to the sunny sands of North Goa.

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Simply WOW!! Quite a thrillophilic journey with immensely warm hospitality, perfect planned schedules and of course amazing travel. As planned we were picked up @7 in the morning and were taken to the falls which happens to be around 100 kms. Bus they provide are very comfortable and AC will also be sufficient to beat the heat of sultry Goa. We also covered a landmark church of Goa enroute. They will give you around 15 20 mins to get that holy feel. Once we reached the venue we were given time to have breakfast, meanwhile the guide arranged tickets for the whole group and settled us up in the bolero which takes you from there further. It was again a Splendid journey of 45 mins through mahavir national park where you will cross several streams also. Pure off roading and adventurous experience. From the parking u have to walk for 5 mins to finally reach the destination which, you undoubtedly will feel deserving enough to have travelled for. Such a sublime scene and cool clear water with fishes around you will quench all the tiredness you might have had after traveelinh to several beaches. You get around 1.5 hours in total after final parking out of which for bathing you will get around 45 mins. Caution : please travel with good non slippery shoes as the rocks are too slippery and carelessness might get fatal. No worries though, you wont drown as they will provide you with life jackets so a good news for non swimmers. Post bath again you will be taken back and be served with complimentary lunch in goan style which is quite palatable. Then a short spice plantation tour followed by a return drop to the reapective pick up points. The trip will end in North Goa around 6 evening. ps : If you have time on your goa trip, do visit this place and thrillophilia is definitely a good option to consider coz it will wave off your trip organisational headache.
12 December 2015
Excellent
A well planned and executed sightseeing trip. Good for family tourists like us. We visited some of the famous beaches and churches of Goa. It was nice experience overall.
27 October 2015
Excellent
If you are person who wouldn’t want to spend a long time in planning the whole trip, just like me, then you can take this. What I did was I planned south Goa by myself and we took the North Goa trip this entire tour package. I am glad to have taken this. We covered major attraction of North Goa is very short duration.
26 April 2019
Excellent
It was thrilling experience; especially Jeep Jungle Safari. Starting from pick up... Even though organizers asked us to board bus at Panjim (we were staying at Dona Paula)... we were waiting for bus for more than 30 mins..except this initial delay.. Journey to Mollem by AC Bus was very pleasant.. but breakfast break was not that comfortable, as restaurant was crowded.. everything went fine after that..Jungle Jeep safari..Dudhsagar falls was magnificent.. must see one for anybody visiting Goa..Buffet Lunch at 'Jungle Book' and their Spice Garden visit are awesome.. very good care for visitors..AWESOME EXPERIENCE..HIGHLY Recommended.
"Awesome experience. Should & must visit.... its a place where you would enjoy a lot"
"good trip....dudhsagar was good, lunch provided was too good, spice plantation was not that good as I come from kerala all are same spices what i see at home, so was not that great for me.... overall its a good experience.. "
31 December 2020
Excellent
It was unforgettable memory. As a group we have enjoyed the whole trip of Doodsagar Forest jeep safari is great thrill. Even in the waterfall we had a good experience of swimming. Always Doodsagar trip is recommended
"wonderful experience, well managed, staffs very helpful"
"very smooth transaction and amazing followups"
22 December 2020
Excellent
Definitely worth the visit. The tour had doorstep pickup and drop from our hotel. The ambience of our lunch stop was very pleasant as well. But the main attraction of the waterfall was simply unforgettable. We were pretty reluctant to return from the waterfall.

People Also Ask About Sightseeing in North Goa

  1. Which places in North Goa are good for sightseeing?

    1. Mae De Deus Church – The Mae De Deus Church would indubitably be a quintessential inclusion to any North Goa sightseeing tour package out there. Constructed in 1873 in a trademark gothic architectural style, the church, including its verdant surroundings, is pristine in every sense of the word. Standing tall and open to its viewers, the church is an apt symbol of the state’s rich Catholic history.

    2. Bodgeshwar Temple – Guaranteed to be a glittering inclusion in many a North Goa sightseeing tour package, the Bodgeshwar Temple is culturally and spiritually one of the most notable temples in North Goa and the entire state in general. Famous for organising its own annual festival called ‘Zatra’, the temple is a tourist hotspot, open to Hindu devotees and interested visitors from all faiths.

    3. Casino Palm – Goa has a distinct and characteristic vibe that often likens it to Las Vegas, and the Casino Palm is exactly the sort of place that justifies the tradition. As the name betrays, it is obviously a casino where you can play a plethora of games to legally gamble and the sort. The place obviously caters to a niche crowd, so if that kind of stuff is up to your alley, you would have a gala time.

    4. Bicholim Market – Who would have thought that a North Goa sightseeing tour could take you to an expansive market exclusively dedicated to pottery? Yes, that is exactly what the Bicholim Market is all about. With over one hundred and fifty shops, all with exclusive expertise in pottery and clay shaping, the market should definitely be on your sightseeing list.

    5. Chorao Island – Chorao Island is a place that mere words would pitifully fail to do justice, and its high regard in almost all North Goa sightseeing packages speaks volumes about its cultural significance. Just a few minutes from Panaji and claiming a mere sum of 10 rupees per person, the island was initially a Portuguese colony, and all that remains today are churches, villas and a town-planning reeking of characteristically Portuguese architecture.

    6. Goa State Museum
    – Bound to be included in most North Goa sightseeing packages, the Goa State Museum is bound to be interesting and intriguing to anyone, let alone someone interested in the history of the state. Filled with sculptures whose influences lie mainly in Christianity or Hinduism, the museum also acts as a storehouse of information about all of the cultural and political activities the state has been through.

    7. Chapora Fort – The Chapora Fort is another of the many structures that speak about the state’s rich Portuguese history and culture. Offering, from its height, magnificent views of the Anjuna and the Vagator Beach, the fort is a remnant of a rule that spanned over 150 years.

  2. Which are the best places in North Goa to visit on a sightseeing tour at night?

    1. MV Caravela – If you are just off watching Casino Royale or are a James Bond fan in general, this might just be the perfect spot for you. As most North Goa sightseeing packages ought to inform you, the MV Caravela is a cruise liner that has been refurbished into a casino, and makes for a perfect night out.

    2. Casino Pride
    – Casino Pride is yet another of the exhaustive options North Goa would throw at you when it comes to casinos. With an immense collection of both competitive and non-competitive games, Casino Pride is a spot that you should definitely consider hitting on your night out on a North Goa sightseeing tour.

    3. Anjuna Market – Stacked to the (metaphorical) ceiling with the best of local clothing, the Anjuna Market is perfect for a nocturnal shopping spree. If you are conversant with the ways of flea markets and prefer to practise conscientious shopping from local dealers, this is the perfect place for you in North Goa.

    4. Club Cabana – Club Cabana is, as the name would suggest, an all-out party haven that you definitely should not miss out on if that is your thing. Located atop the Arpora Hills, the club features an all-night swimming pool and is designed with multiple terraces where you can indulge in drinks and dancing all night long.

  3. Which are the best beaches to visit in North Goa on a sightseeing tour?

    1. Anjuna Beach – Located in Anjuna (which is essentially a small village in North Goa), beaches do not often come better than the Anjuna Beach. Nestled amongst the jagged rocks of the Aravallis, the beach is simply a treat for sore eyes. While you are there, do check out the famous Anjuna Market that is open every Wednesday.

    2. Candolim Beach
    – Popularised by Sunburn, the Candolim Beach easily straddles the top cream of the beaches in North Goa. As most North Goa sightseeing packages would highlight proudly, the beach is known for its supple serenity that it achieves by being completely free of markets, stalls, and commercial activity of any kind.

    3. Vagator Beach
    – The Vagator Beach is yet another beach in North Goa that is a favourite when it comes to hosting music festivals. Overshadowed by ridges of red rocks, the beach’s environment is perfect for a relaxing day out in the sun. There is also a section of the beach reserved exclusively for stalls and shacks, in case you sought some refreshment.

    4. Sinquerim Beach – If you are looking for a beach in North Goa to spend an adventurous time in, the Sinquerim Beach is just the one for you. Known locally for the host of water sports the beach offers for recreational participation, it is never a dull day on the shores of the Sinquerim Beach.

  4. Which places are best for shopping in North Goa?

    1. Mapusa Market – As you would find just when you step in it, there is a lot more than meat that goes hand to hand with the Mapusa Market. An essential visit for any North Goa sightseeing tour, the market is famous for its wide range of meat, fish and spices, and the shopkeepers are known to be extremely hospitable and honest with locals and tourists alike.

    2. Calangute Market – For anyone that loves handicrafts or handmade items of any sort, the Calangute Market would prove to be an absolute treat. The entire area of the market is open for your exploration, and there are trinkets and treats to be bought at every corner!

    3. Mackie’s Night Bazaar – As the name suggests, Mackie’s Night Bazaar is a market tailor-made for nocturnal shopping. As many North Goa sightseeing packages would expound, the market stays open every Saturday, and is known especially for its shops that sell handicrafts and handmade jewellery for all tastes.

  5. How much time would I require for a North Goa sightseeing trip?

    3-4 days are ideal to explore North Goa comfortably. In this time you will be able to cover all the major attractions as well as indulge in activities. The time to be spent on any trip is, quite understandably, extremely subjective. Every traveller has their own preferences regarding the time they would like to spend at a place or need to properly take it in.

  6. What is the best time to visit North Goa for sightseeing?

    As any local or one who has been to the state would tell you, the best season to visit North Goa is Winter. The months between November to March are great to have a relaxing vacation as the climate is pleasant.  If you choose to travel any time between November and February, you are good to go.