Watersport Package with Deep Water Scuba Diving @ Rs.3750
Pick-up Spot : North Goa Hotels
There are several beautiful places in India where you can devour the adventures of scuba diving. One such amazing place is Tarkarli, Malvan. Tarkarli is a beautiful beach with abundant underwater beauty such as coral reefs, exotics fishes, sea plants, dolphins, and much more to be explored through scuba diving. The clear waters are safe even for the most juvenile diver. Scuba Diving experience in Malvan is a must as it adds a feather to the scenic beauty and mouth-watering cuisine that Malvan offers.
Scuba diving at Tarkarli is a form of underwater diving in which a diver uses a self contained underwater breathing apparatus (scuba) to breathe underwater. With the assistance of equipment such as scuba masks, breathing regulators, fins and gauges while doing Scuba diving at Tarkarli, scuba divers can explore the underwater world. Scuba diving at Tarkarli is a form of Modern scuba diving which is very safe and easy to learn. All basic skills can be learned in a couple of hours while doing Scuba diving at Tarkarli.
There are several types of water sports and scuba diving at tarkarli. People living the busy city life are often attracted to recreational scuba diving at tarkarli for the thrill and adventure it offers. Scuba diving at Tarkarli is a sport that is practiced recreationally and popular all around the world and can even be taken as a profession.
07.30am: Activity begins pickup from hotel and drive to Tarkali Maharashtra state (1 ½ Hr drive) On the way stop over Breakfast
10.30am: Confirmed training along with half an hour of diving with certified instructor
11.30am: Scuba Diving after training with certified instructor (Diving for 10 to 20minutes in a deep sea and photography and video inside water)
02.30pm: Return to jetty , later proceed for adventours water sport activity includes
proceed back to Goa
Note:- If one wishes to avail fins, swimming training will be given
All equipments and SCUBA suit will be provided.
INR 3750/- per person
Karnatak Tour 2Days 1Night (Tiger/Shiva Temple/Udupi)
Pick-up Spot : Any Hotels in Goa
TIGER TUSKER AND TEMPLE TRAIL
Pick up: Pick up from hotel at 5 AM & proceed towards Lord Shiva Temple at Murudeshwar. Have breakfast & visit the temple.
Arrival at the Hotel near Udupit by 1 PM, have Lunch at the ocean View Restaurant & spend free time by relaxing on the beach, swimming pool, enjoying spa and other indoor games facility, or take boat ride to St.Mary's Island.
Krishna Temple: Visit to Ancient lord Krishna temple &8monastries& proceed back to hotel
Dinner: Gala dinner at the open air restaurant by the beach & overnight stay.
2 Wakeup call: at 5 am, Breakfast at the Coffee shop 'Tropicana' Check-out& proceed towards AgumbeGhat. Built by the British in 1839, 84 kms from shimogaAgumbeGhat covers fourteen hairpin bends to reach the topmost point & has an eagles view of the entire valley below & proceed towards Elephant training camp.Gajanur Wild and Rouge Elephant Training centre: arrival at 11 AM, spend time with elephants(Elephant ride optional).
Thavarekhoppa Wild Tiger & Lion reserve: at the reserve(rehabilitation centre). Board the safari coach and drive to spot the tigers, lions and other animals in their natural habitats. Proceeds towards Shimoga for lunch
Lunch: Arrive at Shimoga for lunch & Proceed to Jog Falls.Visit the second highest plunge waterfalls in India, spend time at the waterfall & proceed to goa and transfers to Hotels.
700 years back Hampi, on the banks of tungabhadra in karnataka, was the glorious capital of the Vijayanagara empire full of architecture and art wonders. Unfortunately it was destroyed by Moghul invaders in 1565. Hampi finds mention in the epic Ramayana as kishkinda. It was the kingdom of Bali, Sugriva's brother.
Recently Hampi was declared a World Heritage Centre. Hampi is time travel. Hampi offers to the tourist a remainder of the greatest land in the whole world. Every rock, every path and every monument at Hampi speak the same language; a language of glory and beauty.
Day 1: Pick up from your hotel (anywhere within Goa) between 5:30 am to 6:00 am to start an exciting journey. Approximately at 8:30 we will stop to for breakfast and then continue the journey to Hospet. Arrive at approx. 13.00hrs and check inn to the Hotel. After a brief break and lunch at 14.30hrs we drive to Hampi which is situated 10 kms away to ancient temples, monolithic statues and huge stones; whispering the history of Ramayan and entire India. During the first day of our trip we will visit the QUEENS BATH, HAZARE RAMA, ROYAL ENCLOSURE, NARASIMA, BIG & SMALL GANESHA, HEMA KOTA (Sunset Point) & VIRUPAKSHA followed by a meal at the famous restaurant MANGO TREE.Return back to your hotel by 8.30pm.
Day 2: Early morning wake up at 05.00am and drive to the MOLEVANTTA HILL in Hampito see the beautiful Sunrise and panoramic view of HAMPI. Have your packed breakfast here and the proceed to VITALA TEMPLE & LOTOUS MAHAL. Drive back to your hotel and quickly freshen up. Begin your journey to Goa by 10.30am and reach HUBLI by 2.00pm. Have a quick bite in about ONE HOUR and proceed to Goa. Arrive your hotel by 8.00 pm.
TRIP INCLUDES: A/C Toyota Innova Vehicle for entire Tour, AC 4 star accommodation on Twin Sharring(Hotel Krishna Palace or Hotel Malligi), breakfasts,English Speaking Guide (for russian Speaking Guide will be at Extra Cost)
Goa is a bird watcher's paradise and keen bird-watchers will be in seventh heaven, and even those who have previously had little interest in birds will wonder at the richness of the birdlife.
Common varieties of birds to be seen in Goa include four different species of eagles, as well as other birds of prey such as kites, buzzards, kestrels and ospreys. There are five types of pigeons, six types of doves, five varieties of cuckoos, six of kingfishers and another six of woodpeckers.
There is enough here to keep even the most ardent enthusiast busy for months. What's more, you don't even have to go very far to see most of these birds. An early morning or evening spent beside one of the rivers, or better still in the boat of a local ramponkar, drifting along the waterways will reveal amazing numbers of unusual species.