Goa Tour and Holiday Packages

Get customized Goa tour packages for sightseeing at the best prices only on TrueHAB. Here, you will find various Goa travel packages at an affordable price for couples, honeymooners, solo travelers, and group travelers. We provide a wide variety of packages with inclusions of the list of tourist attractions like Agonda Beach, Fort Aguada, Chapora Fort, etc for your convenience during the Goa trip. We have different theme packages prepared for various travelers like Goa Tour Packages for couples, Goa Tour packages for family, etc.

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Top Ten Destinations To Visit in Goa

  1- Aguada Fort

  2- Chapora Fort

  3- Terekhol Fort

  4- Reis Mogos Fort

  5- Cabo De Rama Fort

  6- Corjuem Fort 

  7- Bom Jesus Basilica

  8- Se Cathedral

  9- Church Of St. Francis Of Assisi

  10- Church Of St. Cajetan


Goa Tour Prices

Goa Tour Packages Days/Nights Prices/Head
South Tour Packages (without flight) 2 Days/1Night Rs 5,000
Goa Delight (without flight) 3 Days/2Nights Rs 7000
Goa Tour Package (with flight via Delhi) 4 Days/3Nights Rs 18,000
Glorious Goa trip (with flight via Delhi) 5 Days/4Nights Rs 23,400
Goa tour and Travels   (without flight) 6 Days/5Nights Rs 18,500


Travel Itinerary

Day 1- Arrival at Goa

You can explore and roam around the streets of Goa on the first day of your trip.

Day 2- Sightseeing in South Goa

You can visit places like Shri Shantadurga Temple at Kavlem, Shri Manguesh Temple at Priol, Old Goa Churches Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral, Old Goa, and the bustling Panaji Market. You can enjoy an exhilarating experience of boat cruise in South Goa.

Day 3- Other Tourist Places

You can go for an exciting tour of North Goa attractions. You may visit places like Fort Aguada, Calangute Beach, Baga Beach, Candolim Beach, Vagator Beach & more. You can enjoy the water and sports activities on the beach.

Day 4- Dolphin sightseeing

You can go on a Dolphin sightseeing tour. Spot dolphins dancing in the waves of the sea. explore the Dona Paula Bay and Miramar Beach.

Day 5- Departure

You can leave home with beautiful memories and end your fun-filled Goa trip on the last day.

Goa Travel Packages

Goa Attractions

Calangute Beach


Calangute is a town in North Goa which is famous for its beach. The beach is the largest in North Go...
Anjuna Beach


Anjuna Beach is a village located on the coast of North Goa. It is a Census Town, one of the twelve...
Aguada Fort


Aguada Fort was constructed in 1612 to guard against the Dutch and the Marathas. The Fort stands on...
Shree Mangesh Temple


Shri Mangesh temple is located at Mangeshi Village in Priol, Ponda taluk, Goa. It is at a distance o...
Goa Chitra Museum


Goa Chitra Museum is based in the former Portuguese colony of Goa. It is grounded on the coastal Goa...
Baga Beach


Baga Beach is a popular beach and tourist destination in North Goa. Baga Beach in Goa is a lovely re...
Dudhsagar Falls


Dudhsagar Falls also known as Sea of Milk is a four-tiered waterfall located on the Mandovi River. D...

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The cost of Goa Tour usually starts at 4999 INR without Airfare and goes up to 23000 INR with airfare on average. For 4 days/3nights it may costs around Rs 12,500 with a flight and for 5 days it costs around Rs 23,400 with a flight. The charges may vary.
The best time to visit Goa is during winters that start from November and last till March. December end is the best time to enjoy in Goa. Goa experiences a moderate climate with the refreshing sea breeze blowing through, Days are not extremely hot in winter as they are in summer with temperature even reaching up to 40-degree celsius. The weather during these months is very moderate and pleasant thereby making going to the beaches and all the fun-filled activities during the daytime possible.
Exotic Beaches, Vibrant Nightlife, Huge Crowd & Shacks are just a few of the many famous things that make North Goa notable. The famous places of Tourist Interest in North Goa are Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Chapora Fort, Goa State Museum, Mangueshi Temple, The Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, Chapora Fort, Dona Paula, Mangueshi Temple, The Kala Academy, etc.
North Goa and South Goa are very good places to explore in their own way but if it is your first time in Goa then North Goa is the place where you need to be because North Goa is more popular in comparison to South Goa in terms of beaches, boat tours, water sport activities, huge crowds, and a high-spirited nightlife. If you are looking for some peace and want to have some relaxing time in Goa, then South Goa is the place where you must go. There is an Arambol beach in South Goa with pristine water having fewer visits from tourists.
3 days would be more than sufficient for you to explore Goa at its best. On the first day, you can visit the beaches and beautiful places of tourist interest in North Goa. On the second day, you can explore top tourist spots for sightseeing in South Goa. On the third day, you can visit the local shops and malls to do some shopping and purchase something to keep it in your home as a reminder of your memorable trip to Goa.
We’ve brought together the list of top idyllic beaches in Goa for those who are looking for an excellent seaside spot. The best beaches in Goa, the one which should not be missed visiting at any cost are Morjim, Baga, Candolim & Calangute, Sinquerim, Arossim, Majorda, Benaulim & Varca, Mobor. Cola and Palolem. Candolim is known for its Scrubbed Sand Dunes, Calangute is known for its Authentic Seafood, & Arossim is famous for its family budget vacations.
The season that witnesses the minimum amount of travelers or no travelers at all in Goa is the rainy season. As the place is widely known for sun, sand, beaches, Jet skiing, paragliding, and other water activities, people avoid visiting Goa between these rainy season months: June-September. There is continuous rainfall during these months. October also sees no visit from tourists. Tourists start flocking here from the month of November as this month introduces Goans to their most lovable season i.e. winter season.
As per the information from Goa pundits/ travelers, there are some things that a person should not do in Goa. By avoiding these activities, a person can save himself/herself from getting embarrassed in Goa, firstly, not to come wearing saree, lungis or fancy tops at the beach, not to mix drink and drive; avoid wearing heels on the beach, not to stare at girls clad in swimming costumes, do not sleep on the beach unless you want to wake up with crabs on your body, don't take the public display of affection to a whole new level on the beach.
Well, the answer to this question is - YES! Goa is truly a heaven for shopaholics. Without a retail therapy session. a trip to Goa is never considered complete. From t-shirts and pants to sandals and boats and handicrafts to Wooden Art stuff, you will come across everything in the markets of Goa. Some of the popular shopping destinations in Goa are Anjuna Flea Market, Saturday Night Market, Mapusa Friday Market, Mackie’s Saturday Night Market, Panjim Municipal Market, Calangute Market Square, Margão Municipal Market, etc.
Well, there is no dress code as such on what to wear for men and women in Goa. When on a beach, ladies can think of wearing cotton shorts, scarves. sarongs, tank tops, straw hats, and flip flops. Guys can think of packing a linen shirt, shorts, fedora hats, jeans as the ideal and perfect clothing for a Goa trip.
If you are looking for some adventurous activities in Goa but you have got only Rs.2500/- to spend on it, then you can try out one of these amazing activities, Scuba diving, boating, flyboarding at Morjim, Beach for a duration of 30 minutes, Snorkeling at Grand island, Sailing, Kayaking in Goa's Baga Creek, Rafting at Valpoi River in Goa, ATV Biking or Trek to Dudhsagar Waterfalls, Goa.
The most famous food of all time in Goa is its staple food - fish and curry. The locals of Goa generally use rice, coconuts, pork, fish, meat & kokum in preparing most of their meals. Some of the other famous food in Goa that you must try are Shark Ambot Tik, Crab Xacuti, Chicken Xacuti, Goan Pork Vindaloo, Sorpotel, Feijoada (Red Beans With Pork), Chicken Cafreal, and Samarachi Kodi.