Goa Tour Packages | Overview of OHO Holidays Chandigarh Goa Holiday Package
Goa Holiday Packages - Looking to explore each and every beach of Goa with friends and loved ones @ cheap Rates? Is yes then you are at right place. Goa is most famous city in India which is well famous for a party holidays and beaches which lies on the Western Ghats in the Konkan Region. This city is blessed with the natural beauty, archaic churches and impressive colonial architecture. Due to this Goa is also known as the "Pearl of Orient". Also Goa is the only one city which is not only famous for its beaches but also very famous for its nightlife which includes events, dance parties and many more. So if you planning a trip to Goa with your friends or want to make your honeymoon special. Then book Goa Holiday Packages or Goa Tour Packages from OHO Holidays and get best packages @ cheap rates with best customization options.
Types of Goa Holiday Packages You Can Get From OHO Holidays
There are several types of Goa Holiday Packages & Goa Tour Packages you can book online at OHO Holidays
- Goa Tour Packages 4 Days 3 Nights.
- Goa Honeymoon Packages 3 Nights 4 Days.
- Goa Honeymoon Packages for Couples.
- Goa Holiday Packages with Airfare.
- GOA Holiday packages from Mumbai.
- Goa Holiday packages from Delhi.
- Goa Holiday Packages from Chandigarh.
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Calangute: is a town in North Goa, famous for its beach. The beach is the largest in North Goa and visited by thousands of domestic and international tourists alike.
Fort Aguada ( Pic ) : This 16th century Portuguese fort, the largest one in Goa, is located in Sinequim beach and comprises two parts: the lower and the upper.
Boat Trips – Cruises: The boat cruises are a must for every tourist’s itinerary in Goa. Enjoyment guaranteed to every man. The Dinner cruise leaves the Santa Monica Jetty at 8.30 pm. This is a two-hour cruise which takes you along the.
Goa Night Life : Only a handful of other places can beat the charm of Goa nightclubs. In fact, legendary nightclubs in Goa such as Club Cubana, Cafe Mambo, and Tito's have even become part of the sightseeing itinerary to an extent. So, insomniacs, party animals, and other nocturnal beings can look forward to roaring times at the nightclubs in Goa.
By Air : Goa International Airport, more commonly known as Dabolim Airport, is an international airport located in the city of Dabolim in Goa.
By Train : The South Central Railway terminus is at Vasco-da-Gama and the Konkan Railway terminus is at Margao. Besides the two main stations, the trains usually halt for a few minutes at a number of other smaller stations in Goa. The Konkan Railway has trains which ply between Mumbai and Goa and other destinations.
By Bus : There are many routes in India where buses ply on a daily basis to cater travellers and one such route is Mumbai , pune to Goa.
- Fish Recheado
- Pork Vindaloo
- Chicken Cafreal
Feni or Cashew Feni: Feni is country liquor almost synonyms with Goa and best Goa Feni is made from cashews apple, though and there is also a Feni made from coconut. Feni is the unofficial state drink of Goa, a bottle of Feni will cost you around 100 Rs and if you want to buy some drink for your bewday ( Drunkard) friend then buy some bottles of Feni
Port Wine: Port wine came to Goa with the Portuguese when they started local production of wine, the Portuguese left but wine remained along with other signs of Portuguese culture. Most of the port wines are sweet and fairly cheap.
Spices: Yes you read it right Kerala is not the only place to get spices, Goa is also on the Malabar Cost of India and grows all kind of spices. Only they never branded themselves as spice country, being happy with labeled only as beach country.
Cool Souvenirs: Souvenirs in the pretty beach state of Goa are of various types and are mostly made of easily available materials like coconuts, sea-shells, paper, beads and brass. The uniqueness of Goan crafts lies in Goa's multicultural history.
Anjuna Wednesday flea market : No true Goan holiday experience is complete without a visit to Anjuna’s famous flea market. Originally made popular by hippies in the 70s looking to sell their wares and make some money to travel around, this well-established market has now achieved mainstream status. Open November to March from 8am to 6pm.
Panjim Municipal Market: Photographers will love the bright, vibrant colours of the capital city’s municipal market located next to INOX cinema. This well-organised, covered space has constructed stalls and shops with tradesmen selling groceries, knick-knacks, handbags, clothing and every imaginable product you’d expect your local shop around the corner to have. Open daily from 7.30am to late evening.
Arpora Saturday night market : Also known as Ingo’s Saturday night market, this popular cornucopia of delights is located in Verla, Arpora and is bound to keep all shopping addicts excited for hours. You’ll find people from across the world, including European traders, selling an intriguing selection of wares here including unique artifacts and jewellery items, besides clothing. Open from November to April from 4pm to 11pm.
Mackie’s Night bazaar : This eclectic Saturday night bazaar is located on the banks of Baga creek. Stroll through the lanes of colourful products made by Indian artisans and wander among stalls full of spices and oodles of charm. With over 400 stalls, you’ll find everything here from designer footwear to wood carved products on sale. Open from November to April from 6pm onwards.
Joe’s River Cove ; Spread out in the cool shade along the banks of the River Sal is charming Joe’s River Cove family restaurant. It has the idyllic setting to enjoy your lunch or dinner when you’re in the mood for an escape from hectic city life and want to be surrounded by Mother Nature instead.Price range: Rs 1500 for two Address: Near the Ferry, Pasos Ward, Cavelossim, Salcette Open from: 11am to 3pm, 7pm to 11pm daily
Peppers Gourmet Cuisine : Tucked away in one corner of the Margao suburb of Pajifond lies Peppers, serving Margao residents for decades with their local favourites. Evenings are lively with music or other events. Order the Cheese and Spinach stuffed mushrooms and Squid Chilly fry for starters. For mains, you can’t go wrong with any of the Goan dishes on offer or fresh seafood cooked the way you like it.Price range: Rs 1200 for two Address: Opposite Child Care school, Gold Road, Pajifond, Margao Open from: 11.30am to 3pm, 6.30pm to 11pm
Britto's : When Britto’s first started in 1961 it had only four tables. Five decades later, Britto’s reputation for using fresh, excellent quality ingredients has spread far and wide. Tourists and celebrities alike flock to eat sumptuously at this restaurant. Try the Vindaloo or the Crab curry, for something different.Price range: Rs 1500 for two Address: Baga Beach, Santo Vaddo, Calangute Open from: 8.30am to 11.30pm
Viva Panjim : This little Indo-Portuguese house has been converted into an eatery that is completely booked out during lunch and dinner. Viva Panjim is tucked away in a by-lane of Fountainhas veering off 31st January roadPrice range: Rs 800 for two. Address: House no. 178, 31st January Road, Fontainhas, Panjim Open from: 11.30am to 3.30pm, 7pm to 11pm