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Rent a Suv in Goa2 days
INR 1,949

Travelling to a new place could add up to a bother for anyone out there, and if you are one of them, looking forward to taking a trip to South Goa, then there is absolutely no need to fret, for you have South Goa tour packages to the rescue! To lay off the potential troubles that you believe could snarl up to you from anywhere, the best option would be to opt for South Goa trip packages from Thrillophilia.

Goa is fascinating in every sense of the word, renowned just not in India but around the world for its magnificent beaches and its sparklingly blue waters. These Goa packages offered by Thrillophilia promise the best of this coastal state at extremely affordable rates. The packages not only take care of all sightseeing tours, but tailors all requirements including transportation as per the customers’ interests and budget requirements.

You obviously would want to prioritise having a fun and carefree time on your trip, and there is absolutely no better way of ensuring that than choosing one of the many South Goa packages at your disposal.

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Which are the famous places to visit during a South Goa tour?

1. Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary – One made for lovers of nature, the Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary would come up as an inclusion at almost any South Goa trip package. The wildlife sanctuary, filled with a lush coverage of forest and accompanying greenery, would seem the polar opposite of the sandy swathes the state is so unmistakably famous for. Peppered with animals and birds in abundance, the sanctuary is perfect for birdwatching, or even solitary hikes into its depths.

2. Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary – This is another wildlife sanctuary in South Goa that stakes claim for the top cake. The Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary, as any local would tell you, is one of the best around when it comes to birdwatching, with its flourishing and diverse population of birds and its numerous rendezvous points. The area is covered with dense greenery, and beautifully interspersed with mountain peaks that are perfect to take hikes upon or hitch picnics atop.

3. Three Kings Chapel – As surprising as it might be to some, the Three Kings Chapel would be appealing to even those who are not particularly, let’s say into, religion, let alone those who do not practise Christianity. The hike to the chapel can be a tricky deal, but you would consider it a mee trifle once you get to see the magnificent views it offers of the coastline bordering the Arabian Sea. More so, viewers of Bollywood would almost instantly recognise the chapel from
Bhootnath. If you think that is all, you would be genuinely intrigued to hear the locals talk about the history that accords the chapel its name- of three kings being killed at the spot for their greed- and the rumours that state that their ghosts still haunt its pristine walls.

4. Bhagwan Mahaveer National Park – As most enthusiasts of nature in the country would know, the Bhagwan Mahaveer National Park is one of the best in the state and the country at large for exploring forestry and wildlife. The largest space for wildlife in the state, the national park is home to numerous species such as the Indian Bison, the Leopard and many others amidst its verdant greenery.

5. DudhSagar Falls
– The DudhSagar Falls is one of the most renowned waterfalls in the country. As most South Goa tour packages would tell you, you would be sure to come across the magnificent waterfall, whose drop measures an approximate of 300 metres, while taking a stroll through the aforementioned Bhagwan Mahaveer National Park.

6. Cabo de Rama – The Cabo de Rama fort is one of the many forts you would find scattered in South Goa, impressive with its hefty bricks and sturdy appearance. The fort is the oldest in Goa, with its nomenclature standing witness to a cultural effusion; the name in appearance seems of Spanish descent, with its last syllables betraying the fact that it was in fact, named after Lord Rama.

7. Tambdi Surla Mahadev Temple – A place that sees itself to most South Goa tour packages, the Tambdi Surla Mahadev Temple is one of the oldest temples in the entire state. Ironically, it is ensconced in greenery and away from civilization's influence, which is considered to be the reason for its unscathed history in the context of the numerous rulers that state has had.

What are the best things to do on a South Goa tour?

1. Campfire at Tambdi Surla Mahavir Temple – Many South Goa packages might not tell you this, but camping at the Tambdi Surla Mahavir Temple can be an enriching experience. Secluded from urbanity, the grounds of the temple are a perfect spot to spend a night at, and the waterfall nearby is definitely a treat for sore eyes.

2. A tour of a Spice Plantation – Goa is renowned around the country for its various and expansive spice plantations, which account for a major chunk of the country’s cumulative produce. Many of these plantations provide personalised tours, taking one of which can prove to be an enjoyable and enriching experience for someone travelling there for the first time.

3. Rock-Climbing – As unseemly as it may seem in the context of the place in question, rock-climbing is indeed an extremely popular activity for tourists in South Goa. The area is randomly peppered with quite a number of rocky chunks that make for perfect heights, and would accommodate interested climbers to try their hands (and feet) at any difficulty level.

4. Taste the Authentic Goan Cuisine – A trip to South Goa would be terribly incomplete without a sumptuous tasting of the famous Goan cuisine. Made with delectable spices and flavours, the state’s seafood cuisine is unmatched and calls for multiple servings. Do take your tastebuds for a spin while taking a leisurely walk or returning to your accommodation from a tiring day.

Which is the best time to visit South Goa for holidays?

As any of the many South Goa tour packages would inform you, the best season to take a trip to South Goa would undoubtedly fall in the season of Summer, that ranges from October to March. The bright Goa sun would keep you pleasantly warm and in high spirits, allowing you to spend most of your time outdoors.

What are the essential things to keep in mind while visiting South Goa?

There are not many things in particular that you would need to worry about while visiting South Goa, as it is, living up to its reputation, a place for the liberal mind to be itself. Nevertheless, as most South Goa tour packages would suggest, 

  • Don’t get scammed by local dealers while purchasing memorabilia.
  • Carry bottles of sunscreen, a hat or a cap!
  • Don’t drink and drive
  • Wear masks and sanitizers

Which are the best beaches in South Goa?

1. Varca Beach – One of the cleanest beaches in South Goa, there is perhaps no adjective besides pretty that would go on to capture its essence. With a smooth and flat sand ground that bluish green waters lap to perfection, the Varca Beach seems to be conjured right out of a dream.

2. Betalbatim Beach – As most locals would inform you, Betalbatim Beach is one of the quieter beaches in South Goa, relatively less-crowded, and would thus make a perfect spot for a peaceful afternoon. The beach is especially famous for its views of sunset, which is why it is also popularly known as the Sunset Beach amongst the locals.

3. Palolem Beach – Enamoured by palm trees and serene sands, the Palolem Beach claims not just national but also international fame, more than you might be aware of. The beach famously appeared in the uber popular Jason Bourne franchise, and it's on-screen appearance speaks little of it. Relatively quieter than other beaches, Palolem Beach should definitely be on your radar.

4. Cavelossim Beach – Appearing as if stolen from a live canvas, there is no beach in South Goa that quite matches up to the picturesque bliss of Cavelossim Beach. With jagged rocks helming its sandy shores, this beach must definitely top your lists of beaches to visit when in South Goa.

What are the top water sports to undertake in South Goa?

1. Kayaking – One of the more peaceful and tranquil options amidst water sports in South Goa, kayaking is a pleasant activity that you can partake in solo or with a partner as well. The kayaking experience, as most South Goa packages would tell you, is best in the mangrove-laden inland waters of Goa, allowing you to marvel at the accompanying flora and fauna.

2. Windsurfing – An activity that would seem tailor-made for those who would want to take on unpredictable waters on their own, windsurfing is one of the most adventurous water-sports that you can participate in when in South Goa. There is nothing that quite compares to the thrill of bobbing on the Arabian Sea, guided by the winds that seem to always have your back, literally and hopefully figuratively.

3. Scuba-diving – You knew this was coming, didn’t you? Nevertheless, scuba-diving in Goa is one of the most popular water-based activities, it being participable by basically anyone. You would of course be provided a guide to be accompanied by, as you explore the depths of the Arabian Sea and marvel at its coral-laden bed.

4. Wakeboarding – Wakeboarding is perhaps, despite being by all accounts safe, the most challenging water sport in terms of mastering one. You would be placed atop a narrow boat and carried, with a harness that you would have to grab, by a high-speed motorboat across the waters at dizzying speeds that would require you to keep yourself balanced at all times.

What sort of nightlife is there in South Goa?

The nightlife of South Goa is more laid back and will offer you a fun as well as relaxing time away from the hustle and bustle. Some things you can do here include:

1. Visit Leopard Valley – Destined to be topping the nightlife sections of all South Goa packages, Leopard Valley is the perfect place in South Goa if you are the type down for unrestrained psychedelia. Leopard Valley is less of an indoor club and more of an outdoor venue, popular amongst local and foreign tourists alike for its raving scene.

2. Silent-noise Party – Something that has recently and quite quickly caught on to the Goan tourism demographic, thanks to publishing in many South Goa tour packages, is the concept of silent-noise parties. The concept despite its oxymoronic moniker is pretty simple: at one such party, you would be given a pair of wireless headphones, through which to dance and groove to the music played by the deejay.

3. Gatsby’s Pub – Gatsby’s Pub is your traditional (only in the right ways) no-nonsense pub where you can, simply put, get drunk off your galoshes and spend an absolutely fantastic time owning the dancefloor. The pub also has a restaurant and a coffee shop, for those who would prefer regaining semblances of sobriety before heading back home.

4. Johnny Cool’s – Scarcely noticed by South Goa tour packages, Johnny Cool’s stays true to its name by being a chill beachside shack where you can take it slow and easy amidst all the hustle and bustle of Goa. With a great assortment of seafood dishes and accompanying drinks, this is the perfect spot to wind your South Goa trip.

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