The Goan Motto: SUSEGADO: The Unhurried Pursuit of Happiness.

Whatever happens in Goa: Stays in Goa


We have in-house Taxis, Car, Scooter or Bike Rental services. 

We would be glad to guide or to arrange excursions for you to Any place of interest, tourist spot, popular destination, restaurant or night club in Goa.

Following are some places that you may want to consider.

HoHo Bus Service

Goa is a lot more than just beach parties and shacks. It is peppered with heritage sites that adds to its character and charm that are must visits for a richer holiday experience.
The Hop-On-Hop-Off HOHO bus tours provide just that.  There are different packages available:
Blue Line – North Goa Beaches: – 1 day: Rs400
North Goa + Central South Goa: – 2 days: Rs700
North Goa + Central South Goa + River Boat Cruise – 2 days: Rs1100
More info and ticket booking at www.hohogoa.com


Apart from the newly launched Mumbai to Goa luxury cruises, there are a myriad of River cruises that mainly set out from Panaji.
Most feature sunsets and live music, but some have discos while others feature romantic dinners on board.
Heavily recommended as one of the things to do in Goa.

Night Markets & Flea Bazaars

Goa is the flea market shoppers paradise. Goa features some exclusive Night markets that feature live music, food from all over the world and some exclusive international shopping.  We also are home to some of the best flea market bargain shopping on the planet.  Some markets of note are:
Arpora Saturday Night Market: Goa’s biggest and right across the street from us -> Location in Google Maps
Hilltop Friday Night Market at Anjuna -> Location in Google Maps
Mackies Night Market at Baga -> Location in Google Maps
Anjuna Wednesday Flea Market-> Location in Google Maps
Friday Market at Mapusa
-> Location in Google Maps

Churches & Museums

Goa has some of the best churches in India.  Basilica of Bom Jesus – The mortal remains of St Francis of Xavier is by far the most famous of them all and is a must see. Location in Google Maps
The Museum of Goa, The Naval Aviation museum and The Wax World Museum are some of the more interesting museums in Goa.


Goa provides ample opportunities for adventure enthusiasts to explore the waters in as many ways possible. Whether you are a first timer or an adventurous water skiing expert, the waters of Goa have something for everyone.  Among them are:
* Kayaking  * Windsurfing  * Scuba Diving  * White Water Rafting  * Jet Skiing  * Banana Tube Boat Ride  * Parasailing  * Flyboarding  * Yachts And Cruises  * Water Skiing  * Paddleboarding  * Snorkelling  * Speed Boating  * Kite Surfing  * Dinghy Sailing  * Water Zorbing  * Ringo Rides

Fontainhas Latin Quarter

Panjim’s Fontainhas neighborhood was declared a UNESCO Heritage Zone in 1984, it gets its name from the fountain at the foot of the hill. You’ll be transported back in time as you wander past colorful old Portuguese homes, belonging to the last surviving Portuguese families of Goa. Narrow winding streets and lanes, quaint shops, art galleries, bakeries, and restaurants give it an undeniable charm.
Location in Google Maps

Spice Garden: Tropical Spice Plantation

A trip to the Spice Gardens features Indian hospitality in a natural way, a welcome drink, a tour of the most interesting spice plants in the world, followed by lunch and an elephant ride.  Also has fishing, boating and water biking, bathing with elephants.  All covered by the Rs400 entry fee.
Location in Google Maps

Dudhsagar Falls

Dudhsagar Falls translates in English to “Sea of Milk” and that’s what you will see in the stunning four-tiered waterfall that is located on the Mandovi River. Surrounded by lush forests, this spot showcases nature at its finest. Also a popular swimming spot.
Location in Google Maps

Mangeshi Temple

The largest and most visited temples in Goa is the magnificent Mangueshi Temple, dedicated to the god Mangesh, a reincarnation of Shiva. The almost 500-year-old structure stands well maintained and is home to several ancient artifacts.

The water tank, assembly hall, lamp tower, chandeliers among many other relics make this temple not only a place of religion and worship but also an amazing point of history and archeology.
Location in Google Maps

Dolphin Watching Boat Trip

Spotting dolphins skipping through the waves, carefree and unrestricted has always been one of the sights to see in Goa, and makes for some great photo ops too. Dolphin spotting isn’t an exact science, so head to these beaches to catch boat trip:
Coco Beach: Location on Google Maps 
Sinquerim Beach: Location on Google Maps 


Goa is one of the few states in India where gambling is legal. Casinos in Goa can be found on boats anchored in the Mandovi River, and onshore in some upmarket hotels. Most of the action, with live tables, takes place on the floating casinos — which are entertainment destinations within themselves.

The offshore casino market is dominated by the Deltin Group and the Pride Group.  The Pride Group also operates two small onshore casinos — Casino Palms, Baga and Casino Paradise, Pororvim.


The beaches of Goa are the major attractions of this tiny state that draw the attention of domestic as well as foreign tourists.

Take a look at our section on beaches to check out some of the popular beaches of Goa that offers you a calm atmosphere to sunbathe, relax, watch a dazzling sunset or take in a picturesque view.
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Night Life

Goa has the best night life of any state in India.  After the sun sets and stars brighten the sky, Goa comes to life. The smallest state in the country is in happy party mood for 365 days of the year. As far as the nightlife is concerned, Goa is simply a pleasure.

But Night life in Goa simply doesn’t mean Night Clubs.  Other than the Party Clubs, you can also let your hair down at our Beach Shacks, Bars and Pubs galore, Night Markets, Party Cruises, Silent Noise Parties or Beach Raves


You probably have already heard of Goa’s famous Beaches and it’s Night Life, but did you know that Goa has the Best Food in India?

Vegetarians will not agree, but Goa cannot be beat in it’s Seafood, Non-Vegetarian fare, Authentic International dishes prepared by Chefs from almost Every country, and of course it’s own Goan cuisine.
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You may also want to check out..

Mapusa Market – Locals market, best on Wednesday and Friday but also everyday
Panjim Market – Locals market everyday 9.30am to 6.00pm
Vagator Sunset Spot – Trendy and scenic
South Goa – Let us organise a tour of the south including beaches and temples
Fort Aguda – The light house and the great view are a must
River Rafting – Seasonal white water rafting

Titos & Mambos – Baga – Popular music Night Clubs
Sinq – Candolim – Restaurant, Bar and club: Great atmosphere
LPK – Candolim – Psychedelic dream come true
Chapora – Vagator – Juice bars and drinking establishments
Silent Noise Parties: Goan Speciality
Deltin Royal – Mandovi River – Casino