Goa planners is pleased to introduce you to Volvo bus South Goa Tour.
If you are planning to visit the famous places of the South and Old Goa then this tour is the perfect choice to be made .
You will be picked up from near by your hotel at 8:30am , once pick up of all the customers done you will be moving towards Old Goa .
On this tour you will be visiting Old Goa churches , Doing the dolphin trip (charges extra ) , Miramar beach , Dona Paula beach , Manguesh temple , Shantadurga or Balaji temple and the evening river boat cruise (entry fees extra )
Old Goa Church : The Basilica of Bom Jesus (Old Goa Church) is located in Goa, India, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.The basilica holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. The church is located in Old Goa, which was the capital of Goa in the early days of Portuguese rules.
Mangueshi Temple : Like most temples in Goa, Mangueshi Temple has a large number of pujas being performed daily. Every morning, Shodshopchar pujas, namely Abhisheka, Laghurudra and Maharudra, are performed. This is followed by Maha-Aarti at noon and Panchopchar pooja at night.Every Monday, the idol of Manguesh is taken out for a precession in the Palakhi accompanied by music before the evening Aarti.
Dona Paula : Dona Paula is a famous tourist destination with number of small and big hotels . Donna Paula has its own story which can be read on google . You can also enjoy water sports activities while you are here .
Miramar Beach : Situated at the confluence of the Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea, it is a small and beautiful beach that occasionally hosts some events.
Panaji city :
One of India’s most relaxed state capitals, Panaji (Panjim) crowds around the peninsula overlooking the broad Mandovi River, where cruise boats and floating casinos ply the waters, and advertising signs cast neon reflections in the night.
A glorious whitewashed church lords over the animated city centre, a broad leafy boulevard skirts around the river, and grand colonial-era buildings rub shoulders with arty boutiques, old-school bookshops, state-of-the-art malls and backstreet bars.
Nowhere is the Portuguese influence felt more strongly than here, where the late afternoon sun lights up yellow houses with purple doors, and around each corner you’ll find restored ochre-coloured mansions with terracotta-tiled roofs, wrought-iron balconies and arched oyster-shell windows.
A day in Panaji really is an essential part of the Goan experience.
Boat cruise : A perfect place to sit and have some snacks,drinks etc . You can also enjoy the dance performance by the performers . Do not forget to have a view of the amazing sea over there .
So be there to have some amazing day full of experiences .
We are sure that you will be happy to onboard with Goa planners for this amazing experience .