Viva Carnival

Feb 25th-28th

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3 DAYS 2 NIGHTS CARNIVAL PACKAGE

Panjim, Goa

The Goa Carnival was established in 1961 by the Portuguese, who ruled this state for over 500 years, to celebrate Goan culture and traditions. Originally a Christian event celebrated before Lent, it has now absorbed traditions from many other religions that thrive in the region, including Hinduism. This makes it a unique event that brings together different cultures and combines them into one large festival. from every part of the world travelers come to enjoy the Goa Carnival. There is celebrations everywhere. Food and drinks are in plenty in accordance with live performances and multi-colored processions. The scene of Goa Carnival resembles some fairy tale descriptions where people hop around in jovial mood with masks on, fireworks, fortune tellers, group of dancers and and above all happy people all around. Music swings into Goa Carnival quite naturally. The myriad facets of the Goan music compels any onlooker to jig with it.

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Standard Package

Rs 4800*

*Starting price

  • Pick up & drop facility
  • Stay at non ac homestay
  • Breakfast
  • Welcome drinks(non alcoholic)
  • Sightseeing
  • 1 bottle of port wine
  • Carnival masks for fest
  • Guide charges for nature walk

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Luxury Package

Rs 6500*

*Starting price

  • Pick up & drop facility
  • Stay at an ac homestay
  • Breakfast
  • Welcome drinks(non alcoholic)
  • Sightseeing
  • 1 bottle of port wine
  • Carnival masks for fest
  • Guide charges for nature walk

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Viva Carnival

Day 1

Head to your homestay at Divar island. Meet your lovely hosts and put your bags down at a cozy homestay. After freshening up head to check out hill top church and temple for a beautiful view of the island. Next set out to take part in Carnival at Panjim. Flaunt your masks and dance to the foot tapping music at Carnival. Explore Panjim City, Miramar and Dona Paula Beaches.

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Day 2

After breakfast head towards Old goa, for a visit to Basilica of Bom Jesus church. Famous throughout the Roman Catholic world, it contains the tomb and mortal remains of St Francis Xavier, the so-called Apostle of the Indies. Next make a move to Majorda beach down south. Stare at sea birds wheeling over empty stretches of sand; join the solitary swimmers and strike out to sea; indulge in a seafood lunch, a cool lime soda or a hot, sweet glass of chai served at occasional palm-thatched beach shacks.

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Day 3

Surrounded by marshy waters and crisscrossed with sleepy single-lane roads, colorful Portuguese houses, the island makes for lovely, languid exploration. Go for a guided nature walk through the island sighting birds or if time permits catch a ‘crocs on the rocks’ boat to sight some crocodiles around.

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