Goa Full Day Private Tour
Duration : Full Days
Tour Type : Private Trips
Key Sight : Se Cathedral, Basilica of Bom Jesus etc
Goa is a state full of loveliness. There is beauty sprinkled over every aspect of it. Some part of this state was under Portuguese rule for some time so we will be going to see the never-seen-before blend of Indian and Portuguese culture on this tour. Embark on this trip with us exploring the architectural splendour and historical grandeur of Goa!
- Sightseeing of Old Goa- the administrative capital of Portuguese rule
- Some famous sites on the schedule are: Se Cathedral, Basilica of Bom Jesus etc
- Guide will be made available
- Pick up from the hotel and drop back facility included
First destination on the excursion will be Shri Mangueshi Temple. This temple has a stunning architectural design, is one of the biggest temples in Goa and is dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva- destroyer force in the trinity of Lords.
We pick you up from the hotel and transfer you to Shri Mangueshi temple after which we pay a visit to another famous temple of Goa: Shri Mahalasa which enshrines Mohini avatar of Lord Vishnu.
Next we head towards the Sahakari Spice Farm where the visual beauty of well manicured plantations and sense-captivating fragrance of fresh spices will make you say wow!
Resuming the trip we take you next to Basilica of Bom Jesus which has been put in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Located in Old Goa, this church holds the bodily remains of St. Francis Xavier.
Fifth site on the schedule for you will be Se Cathedral situated in Old Goa only. This was built to celebrate the victory of Portuguese over Muslim rulers in winning Goa and it now stands as the largest church in the whole of India.
Last but not the least, we go to see Church of St. Francis of Assissi. This church is another remnant of the remarkable history of Old Goan region. All in all, we can say that this is tour will be a gateway to you seeing the magnificence of splendid Portuguese colonial architectural finesse in India!