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"Private Portuguese Heritage Tour: Se Cathedral
"Discover Goa’s colorful history on this private half-day tour. Learn about the heavy influence Portuguese rule had on this region’s religion and architecture from your expert guide’s interesting commentary about all the places you see. After pickup from air-conditioned vehicle your guide will take you to the Basilica of Bom Jesus a UNESCO World Heritage Site that holds the remains of the Catholic missionary St Francis Xavier.Enter the church and walk on the marble floor inlaid with precious stones. Admire the exquisite paintings adorning the walls that depict scenes from St F also known as the Se Cathedral of Santa Catarina dedicated to Catherine of Alexandria
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Full Day Private Goa Shore Excursion Including Lunch at Spice Plantation
"9am - You will be picked up from the sea port or your desired location in Goa to begin your full day tour with a professional guide.9.45am - Shri Manguesh TempleA beautiful temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located on a Hillock. T stands at the gates in the temple complex. 10.45am - Shree Mahalasa TempleAlso known as Shri Mahalasa Narayani Temple is 450 year old Temple dedicated to the Goddess Mahalasa. Lakshmi (Mahalasa) the goddess of wealth and prosperity is the presiding deity in this temple. The inner hall of the temple has carvings of the 10 incarnations of Lord Vishnu that have been resplendently painted. 12.30pm - Sahakari Spice Farm (Lunch Included)A an aroma of a variety of genuine spices coming from the trees grown around the farm lots of knowledge guidance on the type of species and treatment for various diseases sumptuous lunch in traditional Goan style. As you move deeper into this site
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Private Tour: Goa Sightseeing and Night Cruise with Dinner and Hotel Transfer
"Your driver will pick you up at your hotel in Goa by 4:00 PM and start this special night tour. Board the popular catamaran style cruise with western or Indian DJ while enjoying the fresh ocean breeze. Cruise gently down the river to the Dona Pau past the Adil Shah Palace which was the first building of Panjim that was built by the Sultan as his summer palace and used to housed the Goa Secretariat. After the cruise travel by road and see the Immaculate Conception Church with a panoramic view of P""This is a perfect tour for people who enjoy night life and modern night cruise with DJ. Take the popular catamaran boat cruise and enjoy the fresh ocean breeze and mesmerizing view. Also visit the Conception Church with a panoramic view of Panaji City frotitle=Highlights&1=Enjoy+a+romantic+night+including+dinner&2=Romantic+experience%2C+perfect+for+couples&3=See+the+sights+illuminated+at+night&4=All+entrance+fees+included"""Goa
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Watch the Goan people going about their business on this busy market in the centre of mapusa. The smells and the atmosphere make it an assault on the senses, a lot less commercialised than the Anjuna market and more for the locals.

What to buy Spices are a favourite to buy along with cotton clothing

What to pay Just haggle

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Jun 22, 2004

FLEA-STREET MARKETS: Anjuna flea market

A mass of stalls selling anything you could possibly need or not need as the case may be. The resident hippies and locals make this an experience not to be missed with a mix of colourful clothing, jewelry, herbs and spices on sale at knockdown prices if your prepared to haggle.


What to buy Silver and semi precious stones are a bargain here along with cotton clothing.

What to pay Half the price and be prepared to barter very hard.

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May 28, 2004

Anjuna market: Bargain heaven

Anjuna market operates on Wednesday only, and it is one of the biggest outdoor markets I have ever seen before.
- Bargains as far as the eye can see.
Here you can buy all kinds of things (not all genuine of course!)- local handicrafts, leather goods, clothing, sunglasses etc and the incredibly cheap prices just encourage you to spend more.
I like to drive a hard bargain and the bartering makes it so much more fun- at the end of the day most vendors want to make a sale so if you are persistant you can get some incredible bargains. Being outdoors in the stifling heat and intensity is quite exhausting though- and you need to relax on the beach after a hard morning shopping, wondering how you will get all of your good in the suitcase and back home!!

What to buy Local crafts, leather, clothing, plus much more.

What to pay As little as possible.

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Apr 24, 2004

Anjuna Market

Anjuna Beach market takes place on wednesdays at Anjuna Beach, every week but only during high season. I went there in august (monsoon) and all I found was 2 or 3 indian girls selling me blankets.
This famous market is one of the few remains of the hippy 60s ambiance that made Goa famous in the last century. You can still see here the old hippies that came for some months and established here to live since then. You can really find bargains here, but there's too much "hippy circus" too, as someone told me.

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Mar 26, 2003
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Shopping Made Easy

You can shop to you drop in Goa, every-where you go you will come across little shacks seelling food and drink even your favourite western chocolate (check the date of expiry)

What to buy Best of all there are tailors that will make you any-thing you want whether it's a replica football shirt or an armani suit, just go in get measured and go back the next day or a couple of days later and pick up your clobber. If you have a favourite shirt or dress take it in and they will replicate it by the next day, but be warned you pay for what you get so if it's cheap then don't expect it to go through to many washes, saying that I bought a replica Indian cricket shirt for $2 with my name on the back and it's still going strong.

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Nov 29, 2002


Panaji Market

This colourful market sells everything, here a young girl offers fresh fish from a basket you can also buy fruit and veg, Meat in fact most things

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Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church - Panaji

This Church is located in the heart of the city. It is one of the first churches to be built in Goa with its church bells being the second largest in the world. Best viewed at night when the entire...
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Old Goa

Old Goa was he site of the Portuguese capitl until the mid 18th century. Today is it a magnificent complex of churches, monasteries, and cathedrals that cover a 1.5 km stretch. It is also a UNESCO...
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Panaji - Panjim City

Worth a visit for a few hours to this moderately -sized town which is the Capital of Goa. A good selection of shops and a very extensive market where all manner of goods and fruit can be purchased....
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Boat Trips - Cruises

We had a great time kayaking and sailing with skipper Pascal and Poonam on their traditional yet modern cruise, enjoying the Sunset River Cruise in Goa. The mangroves exploration was super exciting...
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Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary

Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Northeastern Goa, India. The total area of this park land is 8 square km. It is a popular destination for both tourists and school children. Known for the place...
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Basilica of Bom Jesus - Old Goa

The Basilica of Bom (infant or good) Jesus is 9 km from Panaji on the banks of Mandovi River in Old Goa. It contains the mortal remains of Goa's patron saint, St. Francis Xavier, who died while on a...
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