Mumbai - Goa
Mumbai and Goa are two of the most popular destinations in India, which receive heavy footfall every year, from across the world. While Mumbai is known for its structural delights, Goa is world-renowned for its stunning beaches. Opt for Mumbai With Goa Tour by Luxo India to enjoy a memorable vacation at these places. This is a well-planned itinerary of 6 days where one can indulge in sightseeing, leisure walks, temple visits, water sports, shopping, church hopping and much more.
Arrival in Mumbai
As you arrive at the Mumbai Airport, meet our tour representative who helps you with an assisted transfer to the hotel. Complete the check-in formalities. The day is now at leisure. You can explore the place on your own. Known as the ‘City of Dreams’, Mumbai charms its visitors with several of its allures, including the beaches, the historical monuments, the high-rise buildings, the World Heritage Site of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, the world of Bollywood, and various other delights.
After breakfast on day 2, get ready for sightseeing in Mumbai including the prime attractions of the city including the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Elephanta Cave in Gharapuri. These caves are accessible by boat, around 10 km away from the Mumbai Harbor. Carved between 5th and 8th century, these caves combine Hindu (5) and Buddhist (2) caves. Next, you visit Prince of Wales Museum, also known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya. This well-stocked museum, founded in the 20th century, has over 5000 exhibits in three sections including Art, Archeology and Natural History.
Now head to one of the most popular Mumbai’s landmarks, the Gateway of India, erected in the year 1911. Later on, visit the well-maintained hanging Garden, made atop the Malabar Hill. Enjoy the wonderful views of the Arabian Sea. In the evening, you can visit the bustling Juhu Beach, and Marine Drive to feel the real vibe of the city.
Overnight stay in hotel.
Mumbai – Goa
In the morning, after breakfast, check-out from the hotel. Get transferred to the Mumbai Airport to board a flight for Goa. On arriving at the Dabolim airport of Goa, our tour representative helps you with an assisted transfer to your hotel. Check into the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure, you can spend it as per your own liking.
Though it is the smallest state in India, but as far as attractions are concerned the beach state of Goa offers endless options to its visitors. Known as the ‘Party Capital of India’, it has beaches, water sports, churches, forts, flea markets, lip-smacking food, exciting nightlife, wildlife, free flowing booze and many other delights.
Post breakfast, day 4 of the tour is for visiting the popular beaches of North Goa including Baga, Candolim, Calangute, Dauna Paula, Anjuna, and Vagator beaches. These beaches are quite happening and you can see all the touristy action here. One can also partake in water sports activities such as banana boat ride, parasailing, Jet Ski ride and so on. Or, you can simply relax at the beach shack, sipping bear and relishing lip-smacking food delights. You can also visit the mighty Fort Aguada and Old Goa churches.
One of the most popular attractions in Goa, Aguada Fort was constructed in 1613 and looks amazing even today. The Portuguese churches in Goa that are worth-visiting are Basilica of Bom Jesus (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Church of Saint Cajetan, Church and Convent of Francis of Assisi etc. Do not miss exploring the wonderful Panjim city and Latin Quarter of Fontainhas. Have lunch at a restaurant in Panjim.
After enjoying breakfast today, get all set to visit the pristine and peaceful beaches of South Goa. Along with other attractions, you visit Shanta Durga temple, Colva beach, Mangeshi temple etc. While Mangeshi temple is a beautiful place of worship that is dedicated to Lord Shiva, Shanta Durga temple was constructed in 1730 and is dedicated to Goddess Shantadurga. Next, you visit Margao. You can visit Largo De lgreja, a historical church square. The Church of Holy Spirit, a proof of Indian Baroque style of architecture makes up for a delightful visit. It was built in 1564.
Visit Ancestral Goa Museum, to get a sneak-peek into the rural lifestyle of Goa. Saint Mirabai sculpture here is the tallest laterite sculpture of India. There are art galleries, an open air museum, and an artifacts center. Next in line is Menezes Braganza House in Chandor, constructed in the 17th century. The first private library of Goa, and a small chapel are placed nearby.
Overnight stay in Goa.
Departure from Goa
On the last day of the tour, after breakfast, check-out from the hotel. Get an assisted transfer to the airport to board the flight for your onward journey.