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Mumbai - Goa

Mumbai City | Goa
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Mumbai,earlier known as Bombay, has many sobriquets-one being the city of dreams. A city filled with excitement and vigour, a holiday in Mumbai (Bombay) India definitely ignites the spark in a person, that spark which one often tends to lose in the race against time as one shuttles between office, work and a galore of responsibilities.


Mumbai (Bombay) India is called the city of dreams because every person who enters Bombay does so with a dream in his heart- most often the dream is to become a famous actor as this is the city which breeds aspiring as well as established stars of the Indian film industry

A holiday in Bombay with a stay in any of hotels in Bombay can vary from person to person, depending on what the tourist is exactly looking for. If it is for some quiet moments with oneself while listening to the waves crashing against the is possible in Bombay. Or if you are looking for simply letting down your hair and partying the whole night,Mumbai has all the arrangements for such parties and fun.


Goa is a holiday paradise on India's west coast. Come to Goa for an Indian Holiday and you won't be disappointed. Goa has something to offer every tourist. If its sun, sand and sea that you're looking for, Goa's got it all in abundance. Miles of golden sandy expanses stretch along the west coast of India, beside the Arabian Sea. The rolling waves wash the beaches of Goa, on which sunbathers, holiday travelers and the local residents of Goa relax and have the time of their lives.

Goa India, is famous the world over for the unique charm of its beaches. The famous beaches Calangute, Miramar, Dona Paula, Agonda, Aguada, Benaulim and Colva to name a few, were sought after by hippies and flower children in the 1970's. Today India Goa's beaches attract international tourists who seek a place to relax and unwind in the sunny weather of Goa India.

The dance parties on the beaches and the carnivals and festivals in Goa provide many occasions for party lovers to dance and have fun to their hearts content.



Goa the most famous sea side resorts in India. Goa has always been an attraction for the tourists, who want to be close to the sea, sand and enjoy sun. In the 60's Goa was among the most frequented places in India. The hippies thronged the place. With them came a culture of careless, unbounded life style. Today all this has changed. Instead of the hippies, one spots serious tourists who come to enjoy the beaches and colourful culture of Goa. Today the beach parties might be small but they are more lively and have much more fun to offer than the 'stoned' parties during the hippy trails of the past.




In the local dialect, Goa is often referred to as ”Goa Dourada,” (meaning ”Golden Goa”) because of its beaches, forts, churches, waterfalls, seminaries, and caves. The beaches such as Dona Paula, Calangute, Anjuna, Colva, Miramar, and Vagator can be compared with the best beaches around the world. Churches and forts in Old Goa take the visitor to an era far back in time. Goa is rich not only in culture or entertainment, but it also has a rich floral and faunal heritage making it a complete destination.



Mumbai is the fast paced commercial, financial, industrial and celluloid capital of India. Lured by its glamour and the prospects of ’streets paved with gold’, a large number of people from different parts of the country come to settle in this city every year. And Mumbai continues to grow, to absorb and most importantly to prosper. Just when you begin to wonder how you’re ever going to cope with Mumbai, you arrive at Worli and see Haji Ali Mosque standing proudly on a raised walkway in the middle of the sea giving you the feeling that the Gods are there if everything else fails. If you arrive at night, there will be a backdrop of twinkling lights from the skyscrapers that are so much a feature of Mumbai’s skyline. The scenes change as you drive past Chowpatty Beach, ablaze with the lights of stalls selling fruit-juice, ice-cream and snacks to the crowds thronging the beach. By the time you reach Marine Drive, your spirits will be restored and the rush of traffic won’t seem half so daunting as it might have been earlier, and the sedate horse-drawn landau will seem a charming anachronism.


Once a tiny island overrun by swaying palm trees, Mumbai used to belong to the native Koli fisher-folk, who still live here in their little villages surrounded by soaring skyscrapers. Portuguese came here in the seventeenth century and dotted the place with several forts, which stand even today. Later Mumbai came under the British rule and eventually became one of the largest ports in the British Empire.




Once you are in Mumbai, the list of sites to visit is endless. First of all the twinkling lights from the skyscrapers itself will keep your eyes wide open with excitement and wonder. And to add up to your excitement you have a number of sites to visit that could be teamed up as historical sites, contemporary wonders, archaeological sites, religious sites and natural wonders. The Gateway of India is the main attraction of Mumbai city. Built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary for the Delhi Durbar in the year 1911, this massive historical monument makes a must visit during your Mumbai sightseeing. Moreover, there are sites like the Mani Bhawan or the Gandhi memorial, Prince of Wales Museum, Marine Drive and Juhu that give you the feeling of being in the commercial capital of India. The gardens like the Hanging Garden and the Kamla Nehru Garden will provide you the much needed rest between your sightseeing trips and the Chowpatty gives you the view of one of the most happening beaches of Mumbai.


Day 01: Arive Mumbai
On arrival meeting and assistance and transfer to hotel. Overnight at hotel.


Day 02: In Mumbai
Morning city tour. Afternoon at leisure . Overnight at hotel.


Day 03 : Mumbai – Goa
Morning transfer to Railway station / Airport to board Train/Flight for Goa. On arrival transfer to hotel. Overnight at hotel.


Day 04 : In Goa
Morning city tour . Afternoon at leisure. Overnight at hotel


Day 05 : In Goa
Full day at leisure to enjoy the beach . Overnight at hotel.


Day 06 : Depart Goa
Morning transfer to airport/Railway station to board for onward journey .


Our Net per person price in indian rupees
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Valid from 28th June 2011 to 30th December 2011
Valid from 28th June 2011 to 30th December 2011
Note:- Above rates are not valid during festive dates or special event.