Goa & Mumbai Tour
Duration of Tour : 06 Nights / 07 DaysDay 1: Arrive Mumbai
Destination Covered : Mumbai - Goa
Destination Covered : Mumbai - Goa
Colva Beach, Goa
Upon arrival in Mumbai pickup from the airport and transfer to airport hotel for overnight stay.
Day 2: Mumbai - Goa (by flight)
Morning pickup from hotel and transfer to airport to connect flight for Goa . You will be met on arrival and transferred to your hotel. Stay at the Hotel for next four nights.
Goa , One of the youngest states of the Indian Union, Goa attained statehood after 451 years of colonial rule and 26 years as Union territory. Its history dates back to the 3rd century when it belonged to the Mauryas, followed by the rule of the Satvahanas, Chalukyas and then the Shilharas and Kadambas. In 1312, Goa fell into the hands of the Muslims when Harihara of the Vijayanagar Empire evacuated the coastal area. The Muslim rule ended when the Portuguese took over in 1510. During the Napoleonic wars, Britishers had a brief occupation of Goa otherwise the Portuguese were masters of Goa till 1961 when they were finally driven out.
Day 3: Goa
Today we explore the guided tour of North and South Goa. The forts and churches of North Goa reminds one of its Portugese connection. In South Goa we visit the enchanting Benaulim and Colva Beaches. In the evening, we have for you a Fishing village theme tour. Fishing villages are an important part of Goa's rich and interesting cultural heritage. A demo local Goan fishing village is created on the grounds of the hotel thereby forming a perfect backdrop a charming rustic performance. Enjoy the sight of the village dancers shaking their legs to the local tunes performed by the live band.. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 4 & 5: Goa
Full day enjoy your stay at beach resort.
Day 6: Goa - Mumbai (by flight)
Victoria Terminus, MumbaiBreakfast at the hotel and later transfer to airport to connect your flight for Mumbai. On arrival you will be picked up and taken for city tour.
Mumbai was originally a small group of islands that were presented to King Charles II in 1661 as part of the gift when he married Princess Catherine de Braganza of Portugal. In the late 19th century, the British dismantled the old fort walls of the city and began to reclaim the sea and build the foundation of today's modern city.
Start your tour of the city by car with a local guide. Start with a visit to the Gateway of India built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary in 1911. Drive through the historic Fort area of the city which is noted for its impressive Gothic and Victoria architecture most notably the Rajabai Clock Tower, University of Mumbai, Flora Fountain, Mumbai High Court, Crawford Market and Victoria Terminus. Continue along Marine Drive and make your way up Malabar Hill which offers some spectacular views over the city. On the road is a Jain temple dedicated to Adinath and on top of the hill is the Hanging Gardens and the Towers of Silence which are closed to non-Zoroastrians. Finally proceed to Mani Bhavan, now a small museum, where Mahatma Gandhi lived on his visits to Mumbai between 1917 and 1934 and to Dhobi Ghat a unique feature of Mumbai where traditional laundryman collect, wash and return the city's linen.
Later freshen up at the hotel near airport before your midnight flight back home.
Day 7: Mumbai Depart
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