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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 ...
Advantages: Cost-effective, if your gang size is smaller or in small-odd numbers. The trip/sightseeing leader was talented and confident. The whole lot...
Trip Starting From: North Goa
Trip Location: North Goa
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Rated : 5.0
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.
Rated : 4.0
Advantages: Cost-effective, if your gang size is smaller or in small-odd numbers. The trip/sightseeing leader was talented and confident. The whole lot of travellers were enthusiastic and it all felt like being in family. It was a nice experience. It was easy and quick way to cover North Goa. Disadvantages: Nothing from the top of my mind. I am very glad to have taken this.
Rated : 5.0
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.
Rated : 4.0
We were relaxing in Goa as a family. We stayed in South Goa and we took this package to cover north Goa as as didn’t had enough time so went for this half day sightseeing trip. This was a nice sightseeing experience overall.
Rated : 5.0
We were a large group so coordinating amongst them became a task. Some wanted to spend more time at the beach while some wanted to see everything and move between spots fast. That is one of the biggest con of this tour, don’t take it if you’re a big group, you’ll end up just calling out everyone. Beaches are beautiful though.
Rated : 5.0
Sanjay's guiding is excellent. The way he handled drunken passenger in our bus is superb. He managed to retain us in the bus though there was miscommunication in booking at two places. Thanks Deepak who managed ni ley. I recommend this at 5star
Rated : 5.0
North Goa is beautiful, this was what we came to realize. And Thrillophilia is a great team, because they provided us with sightseeing, a car, a driver and picked us up from our hotel, in just 500 rs. Unbelievable.
Rated : 5.0
It was well planned and awesome tour for family like us.we enjoyed throughout the tour, guide is very humble,polite and has full knowledge about the tour sightseeing. Overall experience is excellent.
Rated : 5.0
Aguada fort has this huge lighthouse and a view of the sea. The North Goa beaches like Anjuna and Vagator were a bit cleaner than Baga and Calangute. The tour felt pocket-friendly for the list of places it took us too. Really liked this one.
Rated : 5.0
Normally I prefer to explore by myself but this time, for a change, I made this booking with Thrillophilia as I wasn't quite sure what all places I needed to cover. The tour was amazing as I got to see some spectaculat sites. I think it was totally worth the price.
What are the best beaches to visit in North Goa with your family?
Goa is a paradise of beaches with exquisite sunsets, fried fish stalls by the seaside, and adventurous sports. If you are visiting with your family, then here are the best beaches you can visit in North Goa:
-Baga Beach: The dancing waves of the beach shacks serving sumptuous food and nearby hotels have made Baga Beach a popular family destination.
-Calangute Beach: Calangute Beach is a long stretch of Baga Beach and is the most crowded due to its attractive landscape. People come here to experience adventurous water sports like Jet Skiing, Banana Ride, Bumper Ride, and Speed Boating.
-Anjuna Beach: Anjuna Beach is planted with low-slung cliffs beside the seashore. It popularly attracts families and tourists due to its flea market selling dainty goodies at rock-bottom prices.
-Vagator Beach: Vagator Beach is mostly preferred by families for tranquil stays. It is a comparatively quieter beach made for long walks and star-gazing.
-Candolim Beach: Candolim Beach is another less congested beachside with adventurous water sport activities like scuba diving and snorkeling.
What is famous in North Goa?
Apart from the beachside shacks, pubs, and bars, North Goa is also famous for:
-Goa State Museum: Explore the history and culture of Goa with rock statues, manuscripts, and various anthropological pieces in the Goa State Museum.
-Chapora Fort: Overlooking Vagator and Anjuna Beaches, the Chapora Fort withstands the test of time with its majestic stone walls.
-The Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception: Established in 1541, the Church of Our Lady Immaculate Conception calls many tourists and locals alike to marvel at its architecture.
-Arvalem Falls: Tired of the beaches? Visit Arvelam Falls and stand under the rapid flow of these falls.
-Panaji: Panaji is on the riverfront of the Mandovi River, with an abundance of Portuguese style houses, flea markets, and restaurants.
How can I go to North Goa?
By Air: The Dabolim Airport is about 29 km from Panaji in North Goa. This distance can be covered via airport cabs, taxis, and buses. All the places are almost at an equal distance from Panaji.
By Train: Goa is well-connected with trains. One of the most popular railway stations in North Goa is Madgaon.
By Bus: Most people commute using buses in Goa, either inter-city or within the city. All of North Goa is well-connected with buses.
What can I do in North Goa at night?
If you are wondering where should you go to Goa at night, then don’t worry! Goa has a lively nightlife with many activities that include:
-Party at the Beach Shacks: Be it Baga, Calangute, or Candolim; all are flanked with discotheques and beachside shacks selling alcohol and Goan cuisine.
-Hop onto the Cruises: There are romantic cruises and party cruises surveilling the oceans in the evening. Dance to the beats while sipping on your favorite cocktail and enjoy Goa at its best!
-Experience the Casino culture: The offshores, especially those of the Mandovi River, are interspersed with famous Goan Casinos like Casino Pride and Deltin Royale Casino with games like Black Jack, Poker, Roulette and various others.
-Party Paradise: North Goa is surrounded by beachside partying places with flickering lights and wooing sounds throughout.
-Visit the Sanctuaries: If watersport adventures aren’t enough, then seek that adrenaline rush in Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary and Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary with their species of Bengal tigers, hyenas, elephants and deer.
Which part of Goa is best – South or North?
If you are looking for a buzzing and lively place to spend your night at, then North Goa is your cue. Baga, Candolim, and Calangute are filled with beach shacks, pubs, bars, and nightclubs, each more lavish than the other.
However, South Goa is for those seeking solitude and an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Dona Paula, Majorda Beach, Our Lady of Hope Church, and the gourmet delights are all the attractions of South Goa, secluded from the partying and chaotic street life of North Goa.
Which is the best month to visit Goa?
The best time to visit Goa is after the monsoon, from November to April. The showers have washed the city clean, surrounding it with lush green atmosphere. The low tides in the oceans make possible various wat. The best time to visit Goa is after the monsoon, from November to April. The showers have washed the city clean, surrounding it with lush green atmosphere. The low tides in the oceans make possible various water sport activities like rafting, snorkeling, scuba diving, speed boating and zorbing.er sport activities like rafting, snorkeling, scuba diving, speed boating and zorbing.
How is the weather in Goa?
The weather in Goa can vary anywhere between 15 – 30 degrees Celsius. There is not much fluctuation throughout the year, making it a suitable place to visit all year round, except monsoon.
-During winter (November – February): During winters, the temperature ranges from 15 to 22 degrees Celsius, making it the best time to visit Goa.
-During summer (March – June): The temperature during summers fluctuates between 23 – 30 degrees Celsius with increased humidity, and hot climate. Activities like parasailing are popular during summers.
-During the monsoon (July – September): Monsoon is usually accompanied by heavy rains making it impermissible for sightseeing.
What are the best resorts in North Goa?
Goa is well-equipped with luxury resorts availing remarkable facilities for a comfortable stay for you. Some of the best resorts in north Goa are:
-Hacienda De Goa Resort: The crème and beige stones decorating the walls of this resort make it a relaxing place to stay at. There is a swimming pool and spa to rejuvenate yourself.
-Lazy Lagoon Sarovar Portico Suites: The extended balconies in every room, overlooking the Baga Beach view, and exotic cuisine have made Lazy Lagoon a popular resort in North Goa.
-Resort Coqueiral: The architecture of Resort Coqueiral resembles the Portuguese colonial style. The décor is exquisite and attracts many tourists who come to visit Goa.
-Fiesta Beach Resort: The Fiesta Beach Resort is an ensemble of Goan heritage, its stark contrast of culture and tradition. It is close to the party hub, Baga Beach, making your stay at Goa all the more memorable.
-Resort Rio: Sprawling across a 10-acre area, Resort Rio has a private pool, distinct balconies and adulating architecture making it a popular family destination.
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