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‘Masti Mein Rahe Dooba Dooba Hameshaa Samaa
Humko Raahon Mein Yoonhi Milti Rahein Khushiyaan’

From Ek duje ke liye to Rangeela, Golmaal to Dil Chahta Hai, Singham to Drishyam, Finding Fanny to Chennai Express, Goa has always been a favorite location for Indian filmmakers. This season experience the best of Goan countryside with a tadka of Bollywood! Dance, sing, walk and pose like your favorite star at the same scenic spot, as we take you on a filmy ride across Goa.

  • Goa Aguada beach is made special by the Fort Aguada. The Fort Aguada was built by the Portuguese to control the entry of the enemy into River Mandovi and to protect Goa from attacks. The Fort Aguada is worth a visit to savor the nostalgia of the Portuguese regime, especially in the Lighthouse Jail. Scenes of Rangeela, Dil Chahta Hai, Golmaal, Dhoom, Honeymoon Travels, etc. have been shot here.
  • Former colonial capital, Old Goa, is home to 16th century churches and convents which make it a scenic sightseeing spot. The UNESCO World Heritage site is rich in history, and famous for Basilica of Bom Jesus, Church of St. Augustine, etc. This “other-century” site has been used for shooting several movies like Gumnaam, Pyar Tune Kya Kiya, Khamoshi, Pukar, Rangeela, Singham, etc., and is worth visiting.
  • Divar island offers a picture postcard view of Goa’s countryside. It has plenty of open paddy fields and wooded hills, which served as the backdrop for a scene in Finding Fanny where all the characters end up abandoned in one place. Also a song from Drishyam was shot here.
  • Counted among the 100 highest waterfalls in the world at a height of 306m, the Dudh Sagar Waterfalls lies in the southern part of Goa at Mollem. It was briefly featured in the Bollywood hit flick, Chennai Express.
  • The Vagator Beach near Mapusa has a naturally mystical look. Nestled in its unspoiled ambiance is the isolated Chapora Fort, looming over the beach and offering a commanding view of it. One of the most famous sequences of the Bollywood cult hit Dil Chahta Hai was shot in here. In 2014, a Hollywood film named Vagator Mixer was made, with its theme based on the Vagator Beach.
  • In the heart of the city of Panaji (or Panjim) stands one of the oldest churches of Goa – Our Lady Of The Immaculate Conception Church – constructed in 1541, and rebuilt from it very foundation in 1619 in the shape of a wedding cake. Scenes of films like Haseena maan Jayegi, Josh, Pukar, Jalwa, etc. have been shot at the Panjim Square.
  • Dona Paula located on the beautiful and famous sea stretch that spans from Panjim & Miramar. A large part of the famous Hindi movie Ek Duuje Ke Liye was shot here, popularizing the place further. Movies like Honeymoon Travels & action sequence from Rohit Shetty's movie Singham was also shot here.
  • Not only Hindi movies but also quite a few famous regional movies were shot in Goa! Sagar, Brothers, My brother Nikil, Go Goa Gone, Dum Maro Dum, Tamil movies like GOA, Billa2 the entire list seem endless. Did you know: Hollywood film 'Bourne Supremacy' has scenes shot in Goa too.

Trip highlights

– Stay at a Goan Homestay at Divar Island, Goa
– Nature & Heritage Walk
– Visit Old Goa- St Augustine’s tower and St Xavier Church
– Trek to Chapora Fort at Vagator

– Drive to Dona Paula, Siqueriem and Aguada fort
– Train+jeep journey to majestic Dhoodhsagar waterfalls
– Fishing in backwaters

We bet you’ll love it!

Experience the visibly unique Portuguese-influenced culture, devour vistas painted with idyllic beaches and rocky mountains, or admire the churches, mosques and temples. Whether it is sunset at Siquerim Beach or a ferry ride to Divar, whether its serenity at chapora fort or the charm of Basilica of Bom Jesus, whether it is sizzling aroma of chicken Xacuti or the beauty of majestic dhudhsagar, let this trip fill your heart and refresh your soul.


– Relish on finger licking Goan cuisine
-Complementary breakfast on all days
-Lunch & Dinner on the day of arrival
-Packed food provided for dhudhsagar trail
-Stay arranged at comfortable homestays at Divar Island
-Homestays are alotted as per guest requirements

-Guide charges
-Pick up & drop facility
-Fishing, Walks and treks


Go light, pack for a Sunny & pleasant climate!

Gogles and Cap
Bottle for carrying water
Pair of shoes and slippers
Lots of enthusiasm

How to reach?

Goa is well connected by road, rail and flight.

By Train: Madgaon Station
By Bus: Panjim KTC Bus stand
By Air: Dabilim Airport, Vasco

Pick up will be arranged from these points.
See you there!

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