North and South Goa Tour Premium

5 Days



Our 5-day North and South Goa tour offers you the opportunity to explore the myriad charm of the smallest state of India. Explore forts, churches, spice plantations, flea markets, casinos, exciting river cruises, and scrumptious gastronomy with this brilliant itinerary.

Goa is one of the top tourist destinations not just in India, but all over the world and has a plethora of reasons to visit. With our well-crafted North and South Goa tour package you will be able to explore the beauty of the serene beaches of Goa and also visit the Dudhsagar Falls while enjoying the luxurious stay. This is a perfect tour package for leisure travelers who wish to rejuvenate in luxury accommodation and spend some quality time with their loved ones.

Beaches in Goa are simply among the best in India. Categorized as North and South Goa, they host the most happening parties, offer various kinds of watersports and allow a great time sunbathing or simply relaxing. During the trip, you will be provided with a sightseeing tour, sumptuous meals, and swift transfers. For a pleasurable trip, you will stay in the lavish resorts of Goa. This tour package can be customized and you can design the itinerary as per your requirements.

Trip Highlights

  • Fun activities at North Goa beaches.
  • Visit to beach shacks.
  • Trying your luck at the Casinos.
  • Enjoy natural beauty at Dudhsagar Falls
  • Dolphin viewing and water sports at North Goa beaches.
  • Visit to the popular churches of Goa.
  • Shopping at flea markets.
  • Relaxing visit to South Goa visit.
  • Lunch at Goan spice plantation.


Your North and South Goa tour starts upon your arrival at Dabolim International Airport at Goa. Our tour representative will meet you at the airport and pick you up. Get assisted with a smooth transfer to the resort in North Goa. Complete the check-in formalities and freshen up. The rest of the day is at your own leisure, which you can spend relaxing or exploring the charming delights of Goa on your own. Overnight stay at the resort.

Wake up to a lavish breakfast and get ready for the sightseeing tour of North Goa. Start your tour by visiting Vagator Beach. This silver sandy beach overlooking the majestic Chapora Fort. Vagator Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa and here you can enjoy a refreshing swim or go exploring its beautiful stretch dotted with huge red cliffs and two fresh bubbling springs. Later, you will visit Anjuna Beach, which is renowned for its breathtaking and scenic beauty. The beautiful seashore is covered by uneven boulders that serve as a backdrop to many wonderful Goan rave parties. Watch the waves splash the boulders, bask in the laid-back bliss, or try out the watersports such as parasailing, yachting and windsurfing, and banana rides. Lastly, visit the Fort Aguada that is currently serving as the Central Jail. Fort Aguada is one of the largest as well as the best-preserved relic of the Portuguese era. Built in the early 17th century, the fort guarded the seaway entry into the River Mandovi and protect Old Goa from potential enemy attacks. After the sightseeing tour, return to the hotel. Savor scrumptious dinner and slip into your bed for a restful sleep.

Greet the day with a hearty meal and then check out from the hotel. Begin your drive to South Goa. On arrival, complete the check-in formalities and unwind. Later, proceed for the sightseeing tour of Old Goa, which is the heritage capital of Goa. Walk around the area and experience the world-famous Churches of St Francis Xavier, Se Cathedral, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Monuments of St Cajetan Church, St Catherine’s Church, Tower of St. Augustine, and Nunnery/Convent of St. Monica. Many of these relics of the Portuguese colonial rule of Goa are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Continue your sightseeing tour by visiting the old temples of Goa namely Shanta Durga Temple, Lord Mangueshi, an incarnation of Shiva, also known as the kuldevta of many Hindus in Goa especially of Saraswat Brahmins. After sightseeing, drive to the capital of Goa - Panjim city. Here you can enjoy a walk along the Latin Quarter of Goa, Mala Fontainhas, pay a visit to the State Museum and later see the pious Mary Immaculate church in City Square and end the day’s excursion by exploring the markets of Panaji. In the evening, return to the hotel after the hectic day. Enjoy the dinner and have a sound sleep.

Arise to a toothsome breakfast and drive to Dudhsagar Waterfall. Your first stop of the day will be the Spice Plantation where the entry charges will be extra at approximately INR 500 per person. The lunch is also included in the entry fees. Explore the spice plantation and you can also buy some spices from there. Later, you will head towards the Dudhsagar Falls, which is the most impressive waterfall in Goa. This mighty four-tiered waterfall is located on the Mandovi River, which is renowned for its beautiful scenery. It cascades down near the cliff and forms a foaming torrent, which makes it a sight to admire. The water plummets down from hundreds of feet and forms one of the most spectacular of all-natural phenomena in Goa. En route Dudhsagar Falls you will pass through small villages, bright paddy fields, and swaying palms. You can drive to Collem and then board the safari van/ safari jeep that will take you to the waterfalls. A short wall in the forest leads you to the base of the falls. At the Dudhsagar Falls, you can swim in the cool clean water of the pond and under the cascading falls. Also, you can lie down and rejuvenate. Later, enjoy lunch at the jungle café, nearby the waterfall at an additional cost. After lunch, you can spend time enjoying an elephant ride, feeding the elephant, and get a memorable photo with him (at additional cost). After this, you will visit the Mahavir wildlife sanctuary and enjoy a jeep safari in the sanctuary. You can spot exotic species of wildlife. (The charges for jeep safari are to be paid directly at the sanctuary, which shall be approximately INR 700 per person). After the sightseeing tour, return to the hotel. Savor a delicious meal at the resort and have a sound sleep in your bed.

This is the last day of the tour. Start the day with a lip-smacking breakfast at the hotel. Later, pack your bags and check out from the hotel. You will have an assisted transfer to the airport/ railway station for your journey to an onward destination with fond memories of the Goa holiday.



  • • Accommodation in the mentioned or similar hotels.
  • • Daily breakfast at all places. Rest of the Meals, if any, as per the above.
  • • All transfers and sightseeing by AC Vehicle. (Please note that AC will be switched off during hills)
  • • All toll taxes, parking charges, driver allowances.
  • • All currently applicable hotel taxes except GST @ Current Rate


  • • Any Air or Rail fare.
  • • Any other meal not mentioned in price includes.
  • • Tips & Porterage.
  • • Any monument entrance fees, camera fees, guide charges.
  • • Any expenses of personal nature.
  • • GST @ Current Rate


What is the difference between North and South Goa?

North Goa is known for its vibrant beaches, water sports, nightlife, and bustling markets, while South Goa offers a more relaxed and tranquil atmosphere with serene beaches, nature reserves, and upscale resorts.

How can I reach Goa?

You can reach Goa by air, train, or bus. Dabolim Airport is the main airport, and there are railway stations at Madgaon and Vasco da Gama. You can also take long-distance buses or drive to Goa.

When is the best time to visit Goa?

The peak tourist season in Goa is from November to March when the weather is pleasant. However, some prefer to visit during the monsoon season (June to September) to enjoy lush greenery and lower prices.

What are the must-visit beaches in North Goa?

Popular beaches in North Goa include Baga, Calangute, Anjuna, and Vagator. These beaches are known for their lively atmosphere, water sports, and beach shacks.

Which beaches are famous in South Goa?

South Goa is known for its serene and less crowded beaches, such as Palolem, Agonda, Colva, and Benaulim. These beaches are perfect for relaxation and water activities.

What activities can I do in North Goa?

In North Goa, you can indulge in water sports, visit historic forts like Aguada and Chapora, explore the Anjuna Flea Market, and experience the vibrant nightlife at clubs and beach shacks.

What activities are popular in South Goa?

South Goa offers a more laid-back experience. You can visit the Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary, explore the churches in Old Goa, and enjoy a boat trip on the serene backwaters.

Are there any waterfalls in Goa?

Yes, the Dudhsagar Waterfall is a famous attraction in Goa. It’s located in the border region of Goa and Karnataka and is known for its stunning beauty.

What are the best places for shopping in Goa?

In North Goa, you can shop at the Anjuna Flea Market, Mapusa Market, and various boutique stores. In South Goa, visit the Colva Market and Palolem Market for local handicrafts and souvenirs.

Is it safe to swim in the beaches of Goa?

While swimming is generally safe in the beaches of Goa, it’s essential to pay attention to the warning flags and lifeguard instructions, especially during the monsoon season when the sea can be rough.

What is the local cuisine like in Goa?

Goan cuisine is known for its use of seafood and flavors influenced by Portuguese and Indian culinary traditions. Don’t miss trying dishes like Goan fish curry, vindaloo, and bebinca, a traditional Goan dessert.

How do I get around in Goa?

You can rent scooters, motorcycles, or cars to get around. Taxis and auto-rickshaws are also available. In South Goa, many resorts offer shuttle services.

What are some cultural and historical sites to visit in Goa?

Visit Old Goa to explore historic churches like Basilica of Bom Jesus and Sé Cathedral. You can also visit the Museum of Christian Art and the Archaeological Museum.

Is Goa safe for tourists?

Goa is generally safe for tourists. However, like any tourist destination, it’s essential to take basic precautions such as safeguarding your belongings, staying hydrated, and avoiding risky behavior.

Do I need a visa to visit Goa?

If you’re an international traveler, you’ll need a tourist visa to visit India, which includes Goa. Make sure to check the visa requirements and apply in advance.


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