Goa 14 Nights
from £1350 Per Person
14 Nights / 15 Days
It`s hard not to when you have the gorgeous, azure Arabian Sea whispering sweet nothings right at your doorstep. With lush green landscaping, large beach frontage and direct access to the shore, our boutique resort will lure you into this love story
Goa wasn’t much of a tourist spot until the early 1960s, with the arrival of the first hippies from Europe, who were lured by the laid-back culture and picturesque beaches of Anjuna, Calangute, and Vagator. The lax law enforcement made it easy for the beaches to quickly become the site of wild parties, cheap alcohol, and plenty of drugs. The Anjuna flea market was established soon after, in the 1970s, as many of the foreign tourists started selling second hand goods to fund an extended stay. It was around this time that the beach shacks appeared as well: temporary structures that multitasked as restaurants, bars, hotels, bookstalls, shops or just places to hang out all day.
The era of electronic music in the 1980s changed Goa into a hot spot for raves and heady full-moon parties were all the rage for the subsequent decade. This golden age of raves has subsided in recent years due to increased government action. However, parties continue to rage on in a less publicized fashion—parties tend to move from the bars and clubs into a new slew of "after hours clubs" that go until dawn and beyond, you just have to discreetly ask around.
Moring breakfast and transfer to Mumbai airport to catch flight for Goa. Arrive Goa, transfer to hotel. Goa, a paradise of scenic charm, settled beautifully amidst seas and lush greeneries, is a dream destination of millions of travellers across the globe. Rest of the day at leisure to enjoy on the beach. Overnight at Hotel.
Morning breakfast and head to North Goa sightseeing. The Basilica of Bom Jesus or Borea Jezuchi Bajilika is located in Goa and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The basilica holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. The church is located in Old Goa, which was the capital of Goa in the early days of Portuguese rules.
’’Bom Jesus’’ (literally, ’’Good (or Holy) Jesus’’) is the name used for the Ecce Homo in the countries of Portuguese colonization. The Jesuit church is India’s first minor basilica and is considered to be one of the best examples of baroque architecture in India. Overnight at Hotel.
Day free at leisure. Enjoy beauty of Goa beaches.
Morning breakfast and proceed to airport to catch flight towards destination.
*Rate are Per person with minimum 2 pax travelling together.
*GALA DINNER SUPPLEMENT FOR 24TH AND 31ST DEC IS EXTRA AND ADVISABLE AT THE TIME OF BOOKING.
48/10 Village Majorda, Adao Waddo, Salcette, Goa 403713 India
The hallmark of Alila is the combination of innovative design and crafted luxury in unique locations, set apart by an unprecedented level of personalised hospitality, private spaces and bespoke journeys.
Alila means “Surprise” in Sanskrit, which suitably describes the refreshing character of our properties and impressions of our guests when they stay with us. To stay at any of Alila’s hotels and resorts is to embark on a destination experience. Be it in recreating the flavours of the local cuisine, enhancing your well-being through ancient healing arts or the thrill of adventure sports... Re-discover the luxury of living at Alila.
ALILA is a Two Roads Hospitality luxury boutique hotel brand, managed by a skilled local and global team that embraces the values of passion, innovation, authenticity, social responsibility and community engagement, to create, operate and deliver well-rounded, personalised management services to our shareholders and heartfelt experiences to our guests.
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