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5 Days Trip (Customizable)



Day 1: Touristy North Goa

On the first day here are some of the places you should visit

Have Breakfast/Brunch At A Cute Café

Some of the best cafe’s you should visit are:

Café Chocolatti: Spacious outdoor seating, delicious frothy coffee and a kickass English Breakfast

Café Candolim: Cutest decor, a large collection of books and the best food

Café Artjuna: Artsy vibes, great food

Visit Fort Aguada, The Biggest Fort In Goa

It is the biggest fort in Goa and the biggest freshwater reserve in Asia. It is close to Candolim and offers great views. It can be a great starting point for your Goa trip.

 Parasailing, At Sinquerim Beach

 The best in this beach is watersport. 


Enjoy A Boat Ride At Nerul River

 A boat ride at Nerul river is a great opportunity to watch dolphins, splash around some cold river water and click pictures of the coastal paradise that Goa is.

Eat At A Seafood Restaurant

Some places that serve fresh, yummy and flavourfull seafood are:

Fat Fish: This restaurant packs a generous serving of delectable seafood on your plate.

Vinayak: The seafood thali perfectly satisfies your pangs especially when you’re ravenous and want everything yummy on your plate.

Watch A Beautiful Sunset

The best places to watch the sunset in the touristy side of North Goa are:

Chapora fort: Also known as the Dil Chahta Hai fort, for the best sunset views. You should reach atleast 30 min before for a wonderful view. 

Vagator Beach: Vagator beach is also famous for its sunset. Located at the foot of the Chapora fort, you get to see the same sunset, albeit at a slightly lower angle. 

Morgan’s Place Café/Café Purple Martini: Purple Martini is usually super crowded and the balcony views come for a cost. Settle for Morgan’s Place if you want great views without hosting.

Party Hard At A Nightclub

Goa has best clubs like Hammerzz, Titos, SinQ, etc. Go here if you love partying!

Day 2: North Goa

Now it’s time to explore the slightly offbeat beaches in Goa.

Click Pictures At Parra Road

Parra Road is a narrow road with coconut trees on both sides . You should visit the road for a classic  shot.

Visit The Famous Siolim Church

St. Anthony’s Church is a gorgeous church located in Siolim close to the Chapora River. 

Chill At Morjim Beach Or Ashwem Beach

Morjim beach is one of the most deserted beaches in Goa. Also, visit the Turtle Nesting Site to know more about how magical this beach is.

Experience The Hippie Vibe Of Arambol

Arambol is known for its hippie vibe, yoga classes and drum circles.  Here you exposes a unique side of Goa- the one taken over by touristic preferences.

Visit the ‘Garden of Dreams’ – a fun restaurant with a hippie vibe.

Day 3: Panjim/Old Goa

Panjim, the capital of Goa,It is rich in Goan culture and is a place where you see the cathedrals, churches and even a few temples close by.

Basilica Of Bom Jesus

This is one of the biggest and most visited cathedrals in all of Goa. In fact, it is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its unplastered exterior is uniquely attractive.

It holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xaviers.

Entry to the cathedral is free. 


Mon to Sat – 9.00am to 6.30pm
Sunday – 10.30am to 6.30pm

Se Cathedral

This Cathedral is situated right opposite the Basilica. Its Gothic architecture is attractive.

The Cathedral is famous for its Cross of Miracles.

Church Of St Francis Of Assisi

This Church is right next to the Se Cathedral.

There is also an archeological museum here that’s open on all 7 days. (9.00am – 12.30 and 3.00pm to 6.30)

The church is not open for tourists on Sunday.

Mangueshi Temple

Now it’s time to visit the temple side.


It is a very important place of worship in Goa since many centuries. 

Eat At Ritz, Panjim

It is one of the best seafood restaurants in Goa.  You should atleast visit here.

Here you get both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food easily.

Foutainhas/Our Lady Of Immaculate Conception Church

The perfect afternoon walk would be through the lanes of the Fountainhas.

You can go here for a nice post-lunch walk, for a quick bite at one of its bakeries or to get a picture clicked .

Miramar/Dona Paula

You should take a walk along Miramar beach.  It is beach that’s most frequented by the locals of Goa.

Dona Paula jetty is also a famous filming location in Goa.

Day 4: South Goa Attractions

Start your day down south with a visit to some of the famous tourist places in South Goa

Naval Aviation Museum

 It is also one of the only two military museums in India.

If you love aircrafts, you’re in for a treat as the naval museum houses 13 aircrafts.

Plus, the museum is designed to look like the interior of the aircraft carrier – INS Viraat – how cool is that!

Timings: Tuesday to Sunday from 9.30am to 5.30pm

Big Foot/Ancestral Goa

They are located right next to each other.

One is a recreation of a typical Goan village. You will see life-sized statues of fishermen, rice farmers, etc. You will also see the statue of Mirabai (record-holder for being carved from a single stone).

Right next to the Big Foot is the Ancestral Portuguese House – Casa Araujo Alvares. It is a 250-year old house of a renowned lawyer.

A 20-minute guided tour takes you around the many rooms of the house. An excellent way to experience life as it was two centuries ago!

The house has also appeared in the Bollywood movie Singham.

Colva Beach/Benaulim Beach

You should end your South Goa sightseeing day with a trip to Colva Beach or Benaulim Beach.

Colva beach

  • it is more crowded and attracts many Indian tourist.
    • it has plenty of stalls outside selling ice cream
    • its silvery sand is great for a family outing or simply for people-watching

    Benaulim beach

  • Benaulim beach has some of the best beachside shacks in South Goa. Roger’s and Rafaels are particularly famous.
  • You can enjoy some watersport activities here before sunset.

Day 5: South Goan Beaches

It is usually less crowded.

Visit a few of the beaches from the list below:

Mobor Beach

This wonderful Cavelossim beach is usually pretty deserted. 

it’s a great place for a quick breakfast, a romantic walk with your loved one or a game of football with kids!

There are many good places to stay in Cavelossim for couples and family travellers.

Agonda Beach

This beach is one of the southern-most beaches in Goa.

 The palm trees lining the shore add to its appeal. It’s quiet, deserted and encapsulates the beauty of raw Goa – Goa without tourism.

Palolem Beach

You can even take boats from here to go

  • eagle-feeding
  • island hopping to monkey and honeymoon islands
  • dolphin watching

There are many good places to stay in Palolem, especially for group travellers and solo travellers.

Some wonderful restaurants in this area worth trying out are

  • Ciaran’s – wholesome Indian food
  • German bakery – delicious croissants and more!
  • Kopi Desa – lovely ambiance, tasty food

Cabo De Rama

Cabo de Rama is one of the most special places in Goa. The cliff at the top is truly the best place in all of Goa to capture the Goan coastline decorated with coconut and palm trees around.

Its best to witness the most spectacular sunset in Goa.


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