Goa Tour

Don’t Get Trapped With Your Friends Cancelling the Trip: Plan Your Own Goa Tour Package 

Have you been one of those friends’ groups out of which one member has cancelled the Goa trip every time it was planned? 

If so, you don't need to worry much about it now, we've curated several Goa tour packages at Xenium Holidays that offer an unparalleled travelling experience of Goa to its visitors. 

Goa is known for its beaches, nightlife, party culture, shopping sites like flea markets, beachside markets, water adventure activities, sports that give a thrill, healing practices like Yoga, retreats, meditation, and so on. You can take part in water sports at Baga Beach like jet-skiing, parasailing, banana boat rides, water scooter rides, snorkelling, and more. Goa is the ultimate one-stop tourist destination of India that provides picturesque sights and an enthralling adventure experience of Western India. Apart from this, you can also take a visit to the historical monuments that offer you a sight of colonial-style architecture such as ancient forts, palaces, churches, and others like old museums. Goa is also known for being a paradise to the foodies who would want to sample their taste buds with French, Greek, Portuguese, and Goan delicacies. 

So what are you waiting for? Now is the right time to book your Goa tour package with Xenium Holidays. 

Highly Recommended Places to Visit in Goa

Goa is not just about tempting on the sunsets, strolling through the beachside, or partying hard. It’s also about learning the Goan culture, revisiting the moments of history and Goan traditional culture, etc. So, which are the places that you should visit in Goa? Read further to know more:-

Grand Island

Known for its water adventure, fishing, watching dolphins inside the Arabian Sea, and much more, it’s also popularly adorned by the visitors of Goa. 

Attractions: Aguada Fort, Goa Jail, Millionaire’s Palace from the boat, snorkelling, scuba diving, etc

Dudhsagar Waterfalls

The cascading location of South Goa is spectacular and known for a variety of flora and fauna being one of the highest waterfalls. 

Attractions: Watch a variety of bird species, wilderness of lush green forests, and more

Fort Aguada

Built with the precision of Portuguese architecture, Aguada Fort (16th century) is known for its beauty perched across Sinquerim beach hinged with a popular lighthouse.

Attractions: St. Lawrence church, beach hopping, historical monument watch, etc

Chapora Fort

Located in North Goa, this fort has Portuguese influence over architecture, which is also surrounded by rocky hills and it has now been converted into ruins. 

Attractions: Vagator beach, Anjuna beach, historical scroll visit, etc.


Basilica of Bom Jesus

The Basilica of Bom Jesus (North Goa) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has Baroque architecture intricate with beautiful mosaic Corinthian fashioned interiors and it’s one of the most visited and popular churches of Goa.

Attractions: learn about St Francis Xavier, explore Old Goa, watch the statue of St. Ignatius of Loyola, sightseeing in the modern art gallery with paintings of Biblical scenes.

Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary

If you love to hike in the wilderness of nature, this would be your go-to place in Goa. Get on a tour to Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary to explore a variety of flora and fauna around the Western Ghats such as Leopards, Jackals, Gaur, Deer, Porcupines, and Sloth Bear, birds species including Brown Fish Owl, Indian Scimitar Babbler, Ruby-throated Yellow Bulbul, and Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher, etc.

Attractions: Wildlife watching, bamboo plantations, orchid and greens visits, and Safari.

Mapusa Friday Market

If you're in Goa, you should explore this market on Friday to experience the buzz of local and traditional market practices run by the vendors of Goa. 

Attractions: Antique jewellery shopping, junk jewellery, Goan pottery, textiles, handicrafts, and more.

Dona Paula

Located in North Goa, this beach gives the Mormugao harbour view sparkling across the beach shores and is believed to be visited by Dona Paula. 

Attractions: Dona Paula's tomb, Cabo Raj Niwas, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, National Oceanography Institute and Reis Magos Church, elegant restaurant visits, water sports, etc


Arvalem Waterfall

This waterfall is spectacularly known for the sightseeing excursion that it gives gushing down the cascading white snowy waters across steep slopes. 

Attractions: Arched bridge, ancient Rudraksha Temple, carved Arvalem rock caves, etc

Things to do in Goa other than hopping on Goa beaches

 Apart from beach hopping and having fun at parties, here are some of the top recommendations for activities to do in Goa:-

  • Hot Air Ballooning
  • Sailing/Yacht ride
  • Paragliding
  • Snorkeling
  • Scuba-diving
  • Dolphin Spotting
  • A crocodile tour
  • Take a massage at the spa
  • Indulge in yoga or meditation or both
  • Clubbing 
  • Spend your time at a Beach Shack
  • Visit a spice plantation
  • Goan delicacy sampling
  • Hire a Scooty and wander in the city
  • Go for a shopping spree
  • Visit the historical  monuments and forts, etc

Which is the Best time to visit Goa?

Goa is most of the time humid and the weather remains hot throughout the year but warmth and the hottest climate peaks up in May through July. The tempering seasons of these two to three months do not allow mobility to travelers, hence it’s ideally considered not the best time to visit Goa. 

However, the months of November to March should be ideally considered to be the best season to travel to Goa as it features a cold and somehow breezy climate. You can also get to experience the best water sports and Goa’s top adventure activities from November to March. 

Additionally, you can explore different festivities during the ideal seasons from November to February. March and April are not so hot nor too cold, hence it allows you to explore the Goan culture, and tourist spots well being the peak season of Goa Tourism. 

Another good option revolves around June’s mid-month monsoon when the crowd is less and the weather becomes romantic through August. So, if you’re planning to book your Goa Honeymoon Tour Package with us, the months of mid-June to the first half of September are the best for you. 

How do I reach Goa?

Have you planned your trip to Goa but are not sure of the way to reach there? Worry not, here we’ve jotted down the navigation routes of Goa meaning how to reach Goa:-


By Air:

Goa International Airport is well-connected with the major cities of India and the world including Delhi, Pune, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Dubai, Doha, and so on. So, you can get either a direct flight or a connecting flight to Goa depending upon the city from which you’re coming to Goa. 

By Rail:

The Konkan railways are connected well with the major railway stations of different cities/states across the country, making it convenient to visit Goa. 

By Road:

Or if you are visiting Goa from cities such as Mumbai, Bangalore, Mangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, and so on, you can also consider taking a direct bus from these cities to Goa. Or you can take along your vehicle or book an agency like Xenium Holidays to travel to Goa by Volvo AC traveller, etc. 

Travelling to Goa? Know About the Famous Beaches of Goa

You might be thinking, which beach has the most fun and adventure element in Goa, so we’ve curated this list of Goa Beaches which you can visit while travelling to Goa:- 


Baga Beach: 

Nestled in North Goa, Baga Beach has the most elegant nightlife and you can be a part of the DJ night and eloquent parties on the beachside. 

Activities: scuba diving, rocky cliffs, parasailing, wakeboarding, wind/kite surfing, jet skiing, etc


Calangute Beach:


This is the queen of all beaches being covered in the golden sand, it offers a delectable Goan food experience. 

Activities: Food hopping, seafood delicacies, parasailing, water surfing, banana rides, jet-skiing, shopping spree, and so on. 


Candolim Beach: 

Visit Fort Aguada and watch the confluence of the Arabian Sea here, it’s one of the most pristine and crystal clear water beaches of Goa. 

Activities: water-skiing, parasailing, bump rides, jet-skiing, catamaran sailing, banana rides and windsurfing, trout fishing, healing with meditation, yoga and massages, shopping, etc

Palolem Beach:

This is a crescent-shaped beach hinged by palm trees, perfect for taking a stroll or sunbathing and clubbing.

Activities: rejuvenating, swimming, etc


Anjuna Beach: 

Anjuna is the most hyped and happening beach of Goa stretched out of peculiar black-coloured rocky formations and is known as a Goan seafood spot. 

Activities: Flea market exploration, partygoing, food-hopping


Vagator Beach: 

One of the major attractions here is Chapora Fort which you can relish out of the bustle of the main city. 

Activities: Greek delicacy sampling, honeymooning couples’ destination, freshwater spring watching, picnic, etc. 

Colva Beach: 

Based out of South Goa, this beach is especially known amongst the party freaks offering multiple fancy shacks and water adventure sports. 

Activities: Historical monument visiting, watersports such as snorkelling, speed boat riding, parasailing, jet skiing, banana rides, motorboat rides, paragliding, etc


Sinquerim Beach:

The glimpses of this beach are known for its sand stretch and turn out to be the most adorned beach in Goa. 

Activities: water-skiing, parasailing, fishing, scuba diving, swimming and wind-surfing, historical monument visits like Taj Fort Aguada Resort, Spa massages, etc. 

Arambol Beach: 

This curve-shaped beach of Goa has all the hearts as it throws all the adventure to its visitors and offers a sweet water lake experience as well. 

Activities: paragliding, strolling, sunset view, and so on. 


Mobor Beach: 

The white sand and crystal clear waters make it the most photogenic spot calling out those who want to capture their tour into their camera reels. 

Activities: water-skiing, wind-surfing, jet-skiing, Goan food hopping, etc

What Should I Eat While Travelling to Goa?

Goa is not just about the beaches and its party culture, but it’s also known for its cuisine and delicacies throughout the world. The people of Goa have served the Goan cuisines with a fusion of Portuguese culinary art, so it’s always a delectable experience to even sample street food of Goa or fine dining at a lavish restaurant alongside the glittery beaches. Here are some of the food items traditionally served in Goa that you must try while visiting there:-  


  • Xacuti curry
  • Goan desserts like boll, dodol, dosh, etc
  • Fried fish
  • Goan street food: beef croquettes, egg and fish chops, prawn risotto and more 
  • Caldinho curry 


This is your travel-friendly booklet while visiting Goa, as we’ve curated the most unique and adventurous guide for you. We hope it’ll help you shortlist the Goa tour package preferences. Go ahead and make your Goa trip memorable with specially curated tour packages to Goa with Xenium Holidays and get the best deal.

Popular Goa Tour Tour Packages

Goa Tour Tour PackagesNight/Day Price
Qiuck Dip Into Goa 5 Days Adventure 4Night / 5DaysRs. 29999
Goa Family Tour Package 6Night / 7DaysRs. 42000
Short Goa Tour Package 3Night / 4DaysRs. 40000
Mesmerizing Bachelor's Goa Tour Package 5Night / 6DaysRs. 39999

Qiuck Dip Into Goa 5 Days Adventure

Duration : 4 Night / 5 Days

Route : Tour starts from Goa 4 N Goa+1

    Inclusion :
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  • Stay
  • Transfer
  • Sightseeing
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Goa Family Tour Package

Duration : 6 Night / 7 Days

Route : Tour starts from Goa6N Goa+1

    Inclusion :
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  • Transfer
  • Sightseeing
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Short Goa Tour Package

Duration : 3 Night / 4 Days

Route : Tour starts from Goa 3N Goa+1

    Inclusion :
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  • Transfer
  • Sightseeing
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Mesmerizing Bachelor's Goa Tour Package

Duration : 5 Night / 6 Days

Route : Tour starts from Goa 5 N Goa+1

    Inclusion :
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  • Sightseeing
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