SUNSHINE HUES: A HOME AWAY FROM HOME AT DIVAR ISLAND, GOA, INDIA

Divar, Piedade, Goa 403403

Rs 1500

Per Night

Divar island, surrounded by Mandovi river, is an ideal location for exploring prominent places in both South and North Goa. World heritage Old Goa churches are just a ferry ride away. Enjoy the delicious authentic Goan cuisine, great fishing spots and walks through a peaceful country-side dotted with beautiful Portuguese villas, paddy fields and hills. This homestay is also close to Vanxim, an untouched island in rural Goa.

This place is home to an elderly retired couple Mrs. and Mr. Menezes who are known to take great care of their guests.

There are small restaurants nearby serving Goan delicacies. Try out the fish curry rice thali with cold beer. There are a few local women groups on the island who also prepare homely food. It can be arranged on prior notice.

  • Go island hoping on a bicycle. Get into the heart of Goa and explore the islands of Chorao, Divar and Vanxim.
  • Catch the sunrise one morning from the church situated on top of a hill along with breathtaking views of the island.
  • Go boating to spot some crocodiles
  • Spend some time at a world heritage church and walk around other historical sites.
  • Drive to Mayam lake and opt for some water sports.
  • Visit a local bakery and taste some heavenly baked goods.
  • Try your hand at fishing.
  • Volunteer at an old age home or local a primary school.
  • A private boat trip can be arranged on special request. Ideal to spend quality time with your loved ones or just appreciate the riverine flora and fauna

Divar island can be reached by a ferry ride on three sides. Nearest Airport is about 35 km away. Closest railway stations are Karmali (11 km), Thivim (20 km) and Madgaon (45 km) in that order. Nearest bus stand is Panjim.

INR 1,500 per person per night including stay and breakfast.
This place can accommodate between 6 to 8 people

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