Arrival at Panjim Airport/ Railway station/ bus stand, meet our great representative and go to the hotel. On arrival, check in and the day leisure at the hotel or one hour river Cruise on the Mandovi river. Night stay at hotel in Goa.
After breakfast at the hotel, the day at leisure for North Goa sightseeing tour. North Goa beaches are famous to be the center of activity and fun. Go for a visit to candolim Beach, Anjuna Beach, Baga Beach, Panaji, Aguda Fort and Arambol Beach etc. . . Calungate Beach while you get to watch some of Goa's best cultural programms performing traditional Goan dances, etc…. Evening visit to the local market or enjoy the nightlife at Goa beaches. Drop back to hotel and overnight at the Hotel.
After Breakfast, check out from the Hotel and proceed on a drive to South Goa. Check in to the Hotel and go for a visit to Old Goa, the most important Temples, Cathedrals, Churches and Museum and Historical place. South Goa beaches like Bogmalo, Colva, Benaulim , Loutulim, Palolem beach, Natural Beauty, Wildlife Sanctuary, Waterfalls and explores the historical forts, adventure sports etc. Drop back to hotel and stay at hotel.
Have your breakfast in the morning and proceed for Mumbai sightseeing session, which includes Elephanta Caves, Prince of Wales Museum, Hanging Garden, Juhu Beach, Gateway of India and Marine Drive. Elephanta cave is located in Gharapuri The City of Caves, approximately ten kilometers away from Mumbai Harbor. The caves consists mainly of two groups- Hindu Caves consisting if five caves and Buddhist Caves consisting of two caves. This rock-cut architecture adopted for the caves is datable to a time between 5th and 8th century. However an apt date of its construction is yet a mystery but historians have concluded them to the time when Mauryan rulers were defeated by Badami Chalukyas in 635 AD. Back then, the Elephanta was the capital of Konkan Mauryas and was called Puri or Purika. The caves today are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Prince of Wales Museum is also known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya. It was founded in 20th century in order to commemorate the visit of Prince Wales. There are about 50000 exhibits inside the museum divided into three categories- Art, Archeology and Natural History. Artifacts and relics of Indus Valley Civilization, Guptas, Mauryas, Rashtrakutas, Chalukyas and others are put here for public display. Other than this, you can behold beautiful prints, illustration of different wildlife species, paintings, manuscripts etc. Just a few kilometers away from the museum is where the landmark of Mumbai stands, The Gateway of India. This structure was built in order to commemorate the visit of Their Majesties King George V and Queen Mary in 1911. Take a leisure stroll in the Hanging Garden, which is perched at the top of Malabar Hill, overlooking the beautiful Arabian Sea. This manicured terrace garden is festooned with a huge iety of plants and flower species. Juhu Beach, the popular beach of Mumbai is thronged with visitors. Some of Mumbai’s best street food and restaurants are located here. Marine drive is located in the heart of Mumbai, just beside a busy road. But the horns and screeches of city’s road don’t really interrupt the serenity that is attained here while sipping a cup of coffee and just simply unwinding.
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