Hotel Mayura

Near Market, Morod-Mapusa, 403507, India
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New Goa Regulations

by thesunshinefairy

Hiya all

I just wondered if anybody could help me please. I've heard some people say that once you leave Goa you cannot re-enter until two months after. Does anybody know if this is true?

If so i'd appreciate as much advice on this as possible.

Thank you all in advance for your help.


Re: New Goa Regulations

by jcbrum

Yes,if you are on a tourist visa.Once you leave India you cannot re enter for 2 months.


Re: New Goa Regulations

by Donna_in_India

No, this is not true if you notify the consulate when you apply for your original Indian visa. Have your itinerary prepared for them and you should not have any problems. The other way to do it is to apply for a re-entry permit once you leave India but it's easier to do it the first time. Good luck!

Re: New Goa Regulations

by qaminari

Goa (specifically) no, India yes, in the circumstances mentioned here: But you don't mention your nationality or what type of visa you have, and even if it is an existing tourist visa, there is a possibility to return either in an emergency or for that matter, under a different type of visa. If you are not already in India I suggest you contact the local Indian Embassy as it is dangerous to rely on the opinion of the general public for official matters like this.

Re: New Goa Regulations

by Donna_in_India

My answer was not an opinion. I got a re-entry permit for my daughter (on a tourist visa) no hassles. While I was at the visa center, I asked about the re-entry permit and was told what I previously answered. Even on the link you provided, it says, "If the visa holder is traveling to multiple countries on the same itinerary, no permit is needed as long as trip follows the itinerary exactly. The visa holder must carry a copy of the itinerary to show the Immigration Officer."

Re: New Goa Regulations

by Odinnthor

Just want to re-enforce Donna's response. If you follow her advise you will not have any problems. But you have to follow them correctly.

Re: New Goa Regulations

by jcbrum

Last season the authorities were a little more lenient regarding re entry into India before the 2 months.If you have been on a 2 week holiday to goa for instance and want another holiday before your 2 months is up then NO chance.If you are travelling around to neighbouring countries and want to return to India,you have to apply before you leave.


Re: New Goa Regulations

by bindoobaba

Hi, the regulations are that you cannot enter India for two months from the date that you first leave India.

Travel Tips for Goa


by nightcowboy

What a place Goa, from the moment you get of the plane and feel the warmth of the sun to walking the Beaches, eating under the sun a curry like no where else as got the Goa taste made in a old oil drum for a few rupees, hearing the young girls calling you to thier shop on the side of the road calling out "cheap as chips" then the smiles a million smiles no one demanding tips, maybe annoying Taxi drivers well every where , sad to see people begging it pulls your hart strings. The People Markets Anjuna flea Wednesday Saturday night bazaars Baga and Friday morning Mapuse.

Goa in Monsoons

by TheChef

The call of Goa never ceases to cast its charm. And the goan monsoons to me is an unmatched sense of its kind. Lush greenery and clean fields. White churches stand up to welcome you, to the land the Portuguese would have killed for. And the goans hold so very dear. The zest for life takes a different meaning in Goa.

Tourist traditions in Goa are now a ritual to be observed during every Goa trip. Renting of bikes, partying at Titos and the henna tattoos. So here we were in Goa on the threshold of a long weekend looking over the familiar land for the unexpected. As always.

Bikes were rented. Backpacks packed with few essentials. Baga Calangute road gave way to the bridge over Mandovi in no time. Off to old Goa on the lovely narrow ride lined with water on either side. A brief stopover at the Church of Bom Jesu and Se Cathedral, we decided to hit our destination. A secluded beach off Dona Paula!

The entrance is a small sleepy fishing village downhill from the main road amidst lush greenery. The only thatched roofed restaurant on the beach is open throughout the year. Alcohol and fish curry is the flavour of the day, all round the year. Coconut trees and a few fishing boats line the sand stretch. The only thing missing one would wish is a hammock and a book. Time flies and you wished the day was just a bit longer.

Back to Baga and you can feel the ‘action’ in the air. A small pub in the Baga fishing village hosts live band on Friday nights. Brittos as usual scents the air with the smell of baked crabs and grilled fish. Saturday nights you can barely walk the Baga road and the music spills over till the wee hours of the morning.

Then comes Sunday morning and the good old goan christians line the churches humming halleluiahs. The usual business starts just to end for the susegat of the afternoons. The weather, the sea, the greens, the fish and the endless list of things to do in Goa never goes out of fashion. The smell of smoked fish and the seafood platter still lies refreshed in my mind even today

Getting cash in advance at Calangute and Baga area

by ubiq

There are two ATMs at the centre of Calangute. Make sure you have your credit card 4-digit pin number before entering to Goa.

If you have not the pin, you have basically only one option to get cash in advance at Calangute area: Bank of Baroda near at the village centre. It is open daily basis, also at Sundays, but do not count on that. Morning is the prettiest good time to transact. There is only one exchange desk at Bank of Baroda.

Government tours were cheap and good!

by nora_south_africa

This is the govt office in Colva where you book the govt tours if you staying in the south, These tours were terribly cheap and really very good, I went on all of them then went back to the places I liked, The tours are not aircon or luxury but if you on a budget its a fraction of the price and they stop at good places for lunch. My fondest memory was the sunset river cruise with meal included... a unique experience, They even had a micky mouse on the boat that came to dance and sing with the children...

Bombay Friends

by ak47uk

A lot of the more affulent Indians reglary go to Goa for a holiday just like in any other country that has a coastline with superb beaches. We met some people while we where staying at our hotel and had breakfast with them and before long they where genuinely friendly and asking us if we would like to come and stay with them in Bombay if we had a few days to spare.


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