Festival of Flags

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3 days 2 nights

Floats, music, dance and the monsoon mania. Rejoice with the locals, indulge in authentic goan food and match a step to the goan music only in the biggest monsoon festival of Goa called ‘Bonderam’.

Homestay accommodation will be provided based on number of people & availability.
The sightseeing plan is flexible & can be adjusted according to your wish.
Book early to ensure availability of stay & transport according to your needs.

Closest Airport – Dabolim
Closest Railway station- Karmali->Thivim->Madgaon/Vasco (in that order)
Closest Bus stand- Panjim

Ferry points – Ribander, Old Goa & Narve.

Your stay during the trip.
Stage seats at Bonderam festival.
Drinking water throughout your stay.
Authentic Goan Veg & Non Veg food- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.
Village tour, Divar island.
Sightseeing – Chorao Bird Sanctuary, Old Goa, Panjim.


-Safe Arrival
-Pick up from Panjim
-Head straight to your cozy accommodation at Divar Island
-After Lunch head to Old Goa to check out the World heritage churches.


– After breakfast head towards chorao island,visit Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary for birdwatching.
-Take a bike tour around Divar village check out the hill top church
-Gear up to attend the colorful festival after lunch
-Wait back as DJ & Music bands continue playing till late in the night


-Check out after breakfast
-Head towards Panjim city for shoping or lazing by the beaches
-Final Drop & Departure

Past Year’s Celebrations

Festival of Flags


A chance to truly enjoy the traditional flavour of Goan festivities. The fest is held at Divar Island in remembrance of the age old dispute between clans existing on the island during the Portuguese era. Hence the multi-coloured flags that demarcate the boundaries of the respective clans. Once the festival is declared open, the entire Divar island comes to life. Events like fancy dress competitions followed by the traditional float parade and performances by famous music bands of Goa occur all through the day. The preparation for Bonderam begins weeks in advance as the colorful costumes for a chosen theme are designed and stitched, each block is busy preparing its own float for the parade to compete for the top spot, with music and dance practice going on in full swing. The entire village right from 3 years to 80 year olds participate in this event with the same fervour.

1 comment

  1. Comment by ashwini

    ashwini August 31, 2015 at 11:45 am

    Thank you people for taking part in the celebrations this year. Stay tuned till next year this time to book your trip to the biggest monsoon festival of Goa- Bonderam ’16!

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