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It was a good experience. Pros: cost-effective, good and comfortable transport, flexible timings and dates, supportive organizers, talented and friendl...
It was a nice option to have taken this tour package. It was a brilliant experience. South Goa sightseeing covers almost all the important places that ...
Trip Starting From: North Goa
Trip Location: South Goa
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Rated : 4.0
It was a good experience. Pros: cost-effective, good and comfortable transport, flexible timings and dates, supportive organizers, talented and friendly trip leader/guide. Cons: Felt a little bit rushed.
Rated : 4.0
It was a nice option to have taken this tour package. It was a brilliant experience. South Goa sightseeing covers almost all the important places that are present in here. We totally loved it and we were glad to have taken it. Not only it was a cost-effective option, but we did have some interesting moments with co-travelers, the locals, and the guide. In short, it was total fun. One must really try taking this to understand how much it is worth.
Rated : 4.0
South Goa is a whole lot of a big place by itself. To roam around and sightsee that place, one must actually spend a lot of time. With tour packs like this, it simplifies the stress. I took only 3 days trip, two days I spent roaming around North Goa by myself and in a single day, South Goa was done. WE were happy and satisfied with the whole trip.
Rated : 5.0
pocket friendly, well managed, good service and very friendly Co operative guide. some people joined the dolphin safari without paying for the tickets, despite of that, Vijay Bhai(guide) did not lose his cool and managed all with a smile. then due to some issue in bus, the AC broke down but Vijay Bhai managed another Bigger better bus in just 15 mins.will definitely book it again.
Rated : 5.0
An unforgettable experience in Goa. The travel team took care of each and everyone’s needs and their site seeing package covered all important picnic and historic spots. It was a refreshing view from the Fort during North Goa tour and time spent on the cruise during south Goa tour. Even dolphins were touring with us. Their choice for lunch break also recommendable; really we enjoyed the food. Thanks to Sandy Thomas and Sandy Baba for making it a most memorable moments in our life. Thanks to Thrillophilia for making it happen. George
Rated : 5.0
it was a wonderful tour. especially the tour guide named PAPPU PAWAAR was extremely honest and genuine . They pick you up on time and drop you on time .... you cannot know about the historical places unless you have a guide like PAPPU g with you.... he also owns a tattoo shop in calangute market.... he is amazing at this too... !!! go for it if you truely want to experience the culture of Goa .
Rated : 5.0
Very well tailor made trip, covers almost all south goa attractions. starts with Miramar beach where you can go for a dolphin trip after paying additional 300. then dona Paula, then two beautiful churches, shanta durga vijayante temple, then mangeshi temple, and in the evening boat cruise which is optional but recommended , you need to pay 300 for the same. Guide Mr. sameer is very friendly and knowledgeable.
Rated : 5.0
South Goa is such a big place in itself. So much to do and see. To roam around and sightsee that place, one should have a lot of time with them. With tour packs like this, it simplifies the stress and you don’t miss out on the places that are on the must see list. I took only 3 days trip, two days I spent roaming around North Goa by myself and in a single day, South Goa was done. All in all good trip and satisfied with the services.
Rated : 5.0
good and cost effective. We were travelling with our family for the first time so didn’t really know anything about the place. Hence I feel getting a guide is a good option because they tell you intereting details, take you to the best places through which you can breathe in the place and get to know the local life. Our guide was patient and had so much knowledge about the place. Totally recommend this!!
Rated : 5.0
Being in Goa is a nice experience. It is like a foreign island inside our own country, but covering the whole Goa in a single trip can be very tiresome. While we covered North Goa by ourselves, we too South Goa sightseeing package, and it was the best thing to do. It was a brilliant experience and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was worth every rupee spent.
What is famous in south Goa?
South Goa is famous for its places of tourist interests and long spread pristine beaches. There are a number of churches that will attract you. When you visit South Goa, you must visit Benaulim, Bogmalo, Chandor, Arossim, Patnem, Majorda, Agonda, Colomb, Colva, Varca, Cavelossim, Loutolim, Mobor, Vasco Da Gama, and Assolna.
Beaches and vibrant lifestyle are what Goa is all about you. It is considered to be one of the best holiday destinations for fun-loving people in India. South Goa also receives the maximum number of foreign tourists in India. It is one of the best places to unwind yourself away from the stress of work life.
What is best in South Goa?
South Goa is the best place for a holiday hideaway if you are someone who loves to spend time by the seaside. There are a number of beaches and basilicas spread all over the city. It has a soulful mix of tradition and contemporary lifestyle. You will find age-old temples and churches along with some of the most exotic beaches to sunbathe.
The Portuguese colony will wave your mind with its offering. The best part of South Goa is its romantic vibe that can be felt everywhere. Book your rooms in some of the best hotels in the city and head out to explore all the unexplored parts. You will love the beaches, as they are very calm and peaceful due to a lesser tourist footfall.
Is South Goa better or North Goa?
Both North and South Goa are good in their own ways as they have their own flavors. On a broader aspect, Goa is all about having fun in the beautiful beaches, chilling out with your loved ones and having some of the best beer. If it is your first time to Goa, then it is at all times advised to go to North Goa first and then to south Goa as the real party scenes are in North Goa and South Goa is calmer.
How can I go to South Goa?
South Goa has very good connectivity with all the important cities. You can reach South Goa by air, train, and road.
-The nearest airport is Dabolim. It is only 23 km away from South Goa.
-If you are travelling by train, then the nearest railway station to South Goa is Magaon. It is one of the biggest stations of Goa as it is a point of intersection of the Konkan Railway and South Western Railway.
-South Goa also has good road connectivity with all the nearby cities like Mangalore, Bhatkal, Udupi, Karwar, Kunta, Ratnagiri, and Mumbai. You can take NH66 from Mumbai to reach South Goa. The same highway also connects many other important places of Goa.
Which are the best beaches to visit in South Goa?
Here are some of the beaches that you can visit and spend some time in the course of your visit to South Goa:
How is the weather in goa?
The weather of Goa is very moderate. It is highly influenced by its location on the west coast of India with the Western Ghats on one side and the Arabian Sea on the other. It is not very hot in summer and not very cold in the winters.
Winters are very pleasant because of the warm breeze flowing from the Arabian sea. The chilly north winds don’t reach Goa in the winters and the hot air from the deserts in Rajasthan doesn’t reach Goa. All this makes the climate of Goa best suited for outdoor fun and adventure.
What are the best resorts in south Goa?
Some of the best resorts in South Goa are as follows:
-Patnem Garden Resort
-Blue Corner Beach Huts & Restaurant
-Sobit Sarovar Portico
-The Majorda Pristinne
-Orange Sky Palolem
-The Charming Night
-Royal wood Beach Resort
-Diwa Club by Alila
Where should I stay in South Goa?
When you have made up your mind to come to South Goa, then there are a lot of places where you can stay in the course of your trip. Here are some of the top places where you can stay:
-Resort De Coracao
-Le Blanche Guest House
-Casa Almedia Guest House
-Little India Beach Cottages
-Casa Cubo by the Beach
-Cavala Seaside Resort
-Marbella Guest House
-Estrela Do Mar Beach Resort
Is South Goa safe?
South Goa is very safe for tourists. The beaches in South Goa are not as crowded as that of North Goa. The beaches are very clean and are less occupied. You can spend a good time with your loved ones without being disturbed by anyone.
If you plan for group tours, then you would not have any problem regarding your safety. However, you need to be a bit careful if you are planning to go solo. As the beach has fewer tourists, it is advised not to be on the beach for long or late at night.
What things are cheap in Goa?
Goa has a number of shopping junctions from where you can get all the tidbits you need at a comparatively cheaper rate. However, there are certain things that are available at a lesser price than any other place.
You can get various seafoods, gifts, souvenirs, and much more at a very less price. All these items will certainly improve the overall setting beauty of your household. One more thing that is available at a cheaper price is the alcohol.
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