Mumbai / Goa

Mumbai is the Gateway to India & most populous metropolitan city of India. Mumbai offers cultural blend of traditional festivals, food, music and theatres, a cosmopolitan and diverse lifestyle with a variety of food, entertainment and night life, a peek into the famous Bollywood (equal to Hollywood of USA) available in a form and abundance comparable to that in other world capitals. Mumbai’s history as a major trading Centre has led to a diverse range of cultures, religions and cuisines coexisting in the city. Goa is one of the youngest & smallest States of India however, very rich in tourism. Being an ex-Portuguese colony, Goa culture presents to visitors a very different environment than what is found elsewhere in India. The state of Goa is famous for its excellent natural beaches, churches, temples, culture and heritage.



Day 1

After arrival at the airport transfer to the hotel than move to Pre-lunch sightseeing of Mumbai which includes- Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Hare Krishna temple & Juhu beach.

Mumbai : – Situated in Western part of India, Mumbai is known as the financial capital of India. Its elongated shape is divided between Modern South Mumbai and Upcoming North Mumbai.

Sanjay Gandhi National Park :– The Sanjay Gandhi national park is breathtaking with its wide variety of flora and fauna. Every year, millions of people visit the park, which is also home to the famous Kanheri Caves.

Hare Krishna Temple :– Hare Krishna Land (ISKCON Juhu) is set upon four acres of prime land and a stone throw away from Juhu beach. This is one the beautiful temple of Lord Krishna.

Juhu Beach :– Juhu is most famous for the sprawling beach destination. Juhu is surrounded in the west by Arabian Sea, in the north by Versova, in the east by Santacruz and Vile Parle and in the south by Khar.Post lunch move to visit Chow patty beach, Haji Ali mosque, after that return to hotel, overnight at hotel.

Chow Patty Beach :– Bite into delicious Indian street food at the Chowpatty beach and enjoy the sunset while looking at a complete view of the Queen’s necklace.

Haji Ali Mosque :– The ethereal 400 year old dargah (grave) is located on a small island in the middle of North and South Mumbai, boasting of beautiful Indo-Islamic architecture.


Day 2

After B/F at the hotel move to pre-lunch sightseeing of Mumbai which includes – Princes of Wales’s museum, Marine drive.

Princes of Wales Museum : – Renamed in the year 2000 as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, the museum comprises of art, archaeological and historical artefact collections and was built in the early years of 20th century. It offers an insight even into the Indus Valley civilization, and has a collection of relics from the time of earlier dynasties like Guptas, Mauryas and Chalukyas etc.

Marine Drive :– Take a walk along the lingering Marine drive during the day when palm trees provide respite from the scorching Mumbai sun, or at dawn when one gets to witness the Queen’s necklace.

Elephanta Cave :– After half an hour of Boat journey, enjoy the heritage of Buddhist era and return onshore to do further sightseeing.

Gateway of India:– Known as the Taj Mahal of Mumbai, the Gateway was built during the British Raj and served as an entry point into the city of Mumbai.


Day 3

After B/F at the hotel transfer to Goa and proceed to visit Aguada beach and fort, Candolim beach than move to hotel, overnight at hotel. Travel by road to Goa which is a journey of about 601 km via NH 4. One can also take a flight which takes about 50 minutes.

Goa :– Goa is vastly frequented by foreign guests and Indians alike due to its unique location and a long history of invasion, occupation and liberation. Very popular for its beautiful sea beaches, it can be reached by Air / Rail from various parts of the country. Airport is famous as Dabolim and Rail Stn is known as Madgaon. The State of Goa is bound by the Arabian Sea and the famous Sayadari Mountains, giving it a unique climatic advantage. It offers you a large number of Churches, Temples and beaches for visit and relaxation

Aguada Beach and Fort :– Constructed in the 17th century, this Portuguese Fort has been used for a variety of purposes, even serving as a prison at one point.

Candolim Beach :– Get away from the hustle bustle of Goa with a relaxed evening at the Candolim beach that starts from Fort Aguada and extends up to Calangute beach.


Day 4

After B/F at the hotel move to full day visit Anjuna beach than return to the hotel, overnight at hotel.

Anjuna Beach :– Enjoy a night full of trance music at the happening Anjuna beach.


Day 5

After B/F at the hotel proceed to full day visit Arvalem waterfalls and caves than move to hotel, overnight at hotel.

Arvalem Waterfalls and caves :– Savor the sound of water gushing down from mountains at the Arvalem waterfalls.


Day 6

After B/F at the hotel move to pre-lunch visit Basilica of bom Jesus.

Basilica of Bom Jesus :– UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Basilica of Bom Jesus is located in Old Goa and holds the mortal remains of Saint Francis Xavier.Post lunch move to visit Calangute Beach than move to hotel, overnight at hotel.

Calangute Beach :– Soak in the sun at the longest beach in Goa. Be adventurous and try some water sports at this beloved beach.


Day 7

Breakfast at hotel, Day at leisure.


Day 8

After B/F transfer to International Airport at Goa for your destination.

  • Accommodation on Twin Sharing Basis
  • Breakfast as Per Room Type
  • Nights Stay at 5/4/3 Star Hotel
  • Meals – As per itinerary
  • Transport – Small Car (Dezire or similar upto 2 pax)
  • All Taxes on Cost Given
  • Expert advice of Era professionals
  • 24 hrs helpline services
  • Any specific meals that not mentioned in itinerary
  • Monument Entry & Activities Charge
  • Camera & Video Camera Charge
  • Any Tips, Drinks & Baverages
  • Any Kind of Inssurance
  • Anything That not Mentioned in Itinerary
  • Guide Service
  • Single room supplement (single occupancy)