Weekend getaway to Goa for a couple
Work hard, to play hard
Weekend getaway to Goa for a couple
Work hard, to play hard
Average Budget
2 days
With the hectic schedules and burdened mind and body, people in relationships have less and less times on their hands as they approach towards corporate goals, but we realise that you need, a break from the usual, with your loved one. Here we provide you with a weekend itinerary in Goa, so that you don’t have to wander off to solutions but follow our lead. Goa is a party that never ends. Perhaps the quintessential Indian destination with its golden beaches, shimmering blue waters and sun soaked palm trees - there is never a dearth of amazing things to do in Goa. That in no way deters affluent travellers from spending cash on the the luxurious resorts dotting Goa's beaches. ... More
When should you take this
Goa looks the best in monsoons and the winters. In monsoon Goa looks beautiful and has an intrinsic romantic aura, as there is no rush of tourists but very few, making it a peaceful and a romantic retreat with your loved one. But if you are someone who wants a good crowd, and wants to experience beaches completely, you should visit in winters. ... More
Where you're going to stay
There are many high end and luxurious hotels in Goa in North Goa and Panjim. They are beach facing and are ideal for working class for a weekend stay. There prices and availability only depends upon the time being they are visited at. If they are being visited in the peak months than on hands availability is a huge concern, you have to make sure you book online if you are coming in peak season and also be ready to spend a lot of money if peak season is what you choose.... More
Things You Gotta Carry
Moisturizing cream
Flip flops
Cotton Clothes
How To Reach
By train

Indian Railways connects Goa with direct train services from Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Mangalore, Kochi, Kolkata, Thiruvananthapuram, Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. The destination station is usually Madgaon in South Goa, one can also choose to get down at Thivim in North Goa. Travelling to Goa by train is a real pleasure as the route passes through greenery and many tunnels.

By air

The Dabolim airport in Vasco da Gama is Goa's only airport. Some airlines fly directly to Goa, but most international flights arrive via Mumbai. Many domestic airlines have daily flights to and from Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Kozhikode.

By road

There are several bus routes from various cities, but most traffic is from mainly Mumbai and Pune. Due to increasing demand from the south, there has been an increase in buses and trains from Mangalore and Bangalore. Overnight buses from Mumbai to Goa are an alternative to trains and flying. Book in advance during the crowded seasons (particularly during the Christmas-New Year rush, for Carnival, or when other Indian regions have school holidays when families travel)