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Honeymoon in Goa and Karnataka Beaches (7 NIGHTS / 8 DAYS)
Rs 32,759
7 nights & 8 days

The beaches of Goa and Karnataka is the best combo beach destination on the one hand you had the regular hip-hop beach attraction whereas the Karnataka has several alluring beaches is not known to everyone and so the beaches of Karnataka are tranquil and isolated tourist beach destinations, where you won't find crowds as you might in other popular beaches in India. The beaches of Karnataka are one of the best for honeymooners, where peace and the whispering of the sea, offers you a relaxed beach holiday. Some of the famous beaches are Karwar, Mangalore, Ullal and Mangalore will give you a delightful beach honeymoon destinations, where you can have a refreshing getaway.

Day 01: Goa

Arrival at Goa. Met and assit at the airport transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.

Day 2: Goa

Breakfast at hotel. Full day tour to beaches, temeples & churches. Later boat cruise at Mandovi river. (Subject to weather condition). Overnight at resort.

Day 03: Goa

The day to enjoy as per your interest or just relax at one of the beach of Goa. Option for having different water sports activities like Jet Ski, Banana Riding, Water Speed Boat, Water Skiing, Scuba Diving, Parasailing, Water Scooter and windsurfing. You can also visit to Bat Island Trip for Snorkeling, Scuba Diving, Dolphin sighting, deep water fishing. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 04: Goa-Karwar (87 kms)

After breakfast proceed to Karwar. Karwar, the port town on the banks of the Kali Nadi river is the administrative head quarters of North Kanara District in Karnataka. It is an Excellent Beach resort with beautiful palm fringed beaches. Karwar has all the makings of a perfect holiday for beach honeymooners with gentle waves, palm-laced beaches, silver sand, and calm, peaceful alleys. On arrival hotel/resort check in. Day at free optional proceed for sightseeing of temple or harbour. Overnight at Hotel/Resort.

Day 05: Karwar-Gokarna (60 kms)

After breakfast proceed to Gokarna a picturesque drive through rocky mountains towards left side of Wstern Ghats and Arabian sea on the other side. Its hindu pilgrimage centre as well as popular tourst destinations. The main deity is Lord Mahabhaleshwara, a form of the Hindu god Shiva. Around the town lie a number of beaches which serve as a major attraction for travellers.The famous beaches are Gokarna beach (also known as Indian Beach), Main Beach, Kuddle Beach, Om Beach, Half moon Beach and Paradise Beach (also known as Full moon). The Gokarna beach forms the coast of the town and is followed by Main beach in northern direction while the other four beaches lie to the south of Gokarna. Arrival hotel check in. Rest of the day to explore the ancient beach town. Overnight at hotel.

Day 06: Gokarna-Udupi (178 kms)

After breakfast drive to Udupi- Udupi is notable for the Krishna Temple, and lends its name to the popular Udupi cuisine. Udupi, also known as Rajata Peetha and Shivalli (Shivabelli), a centre of pilgrimage, is situated about 58 km north of Mangalore and about 422 km north-west of Bangalore. Udupi lies close to the Arabian Sea and the famous Malpe Beach is just 10 kms away from here. Pay a visit to temple take blessing and stay at hotel. Overnight stay in honeymoon suite room.

Day 07: Udupi

Today enjoy water sport facilities at beach. Overnight at hotel.

Day 08: Udupi-Mangalore (62 kms)

Leisure breakfast breakfast drive to Managlore for onward journey.

Hotels Envisaged as under/Similar

Goa: Estrela Do Mar

Gokarna: Om Beach Resort

Karwar: Leisure Vacation Tarang Resort

Udupi: Palm Grove Beach Resort


Price Includes of:

  • Accommodation for 7 nights.
  • Breakfast buffet/Fixed Menu
  • All transfers and sightseeing by AC Indigo car or Similar as per itinerary.
  • All hotel taxes, toll taxes, parking, driver allowance etc.

Price Excludes of:


  • Airfare/Train Fare 
  • Any extra Meal, Entrance fees, expenses of personal nature like tips, beverages, Laundry, Telephone.
  • Or any thing not included in the above cost incudes sections.
  • Cost arising due to Force Majeure Factor.


Carry your money and travel documents (preferably wrapped in plastic to avoid dampness) in a Money Belt around your waist well hidden from sight.
The best and the safest way to carry your cash around is through traveller’s cheques as they are readily exchangeable in most locations. ATM cards are another convenience. You can use them to withdraw cash from a couple of ATMs in the capital city of Panjim.
The peak season in these places is between October and January. It is also the time when Indian Beaches are most crowded, more festive than any other time of the year. The daytime temperatures are comparatively not too hot and the nights are pleasantly cool. It is also less humid than the rest of the year.
When in Goa, do not concentrate only on the more famous beaches such as Calangute and Baga. Goa has a number of relatively less crowded beaches which will give you more privacy and even more pleasure. There are also many other interesting places to visit in and around Goa.
Voltage in Goa is 220 volts ac, 50 cycles. Remember to pack a voltage adapter for your electric appliances. And please check the voltage before using electric shaver or any other electric appliances.
If you are travelling on the train, don't leave your baggage unattended. You can clip it with a chain attached to the seat to foil most thieves.
Carry on your person at all times, a small Emergency card preferably laminated or covered in plastic, mentioning your name, age, blood group and other relevant medical details and a contact phone number to contact in case of an emergency.
Check out the small hotels in a number of tourist spots. They are more likely to provide you with some exotic and authentic cuisine than your starred hotel accommodation.
However be careful about drinking water in any such place. Always insist on bottled Mineral Water.
Fresh seafood dishes is probably the safest and tastiest bet in most small restaurants that you will visit.
Wash hands often with soap and water.
If you are a foreign national (probably coming for the first time), be warned that you will be quoted some truly exorbitant prices for most things that you ask for, right from household goods to taxi rates etc. And the rates might still seem cheap due to the currency conversion. However always check around with a number of sources for an approximate reasonable price before striking a deal.
Do not hand out money to beggars, whose tribe in Goa has also increased over the past few years. Be aware that these are full time professionals who have migrated from surrounding states of Goa in search of easy money.
Please note use, possession and trade of drugs (hard or soft) is totally illegal in Goa. If caught in possession, 10 years rigorous imprisonment in jail and Rs 10,000 in fine is your gift from the Goa Police. There is no bail for any drug offence, or any time off for good behaviour; you serve every day of the given sentence.
Beware of touts at most tourist spots who are ready to provide you with anything and everything at the drop of a hat.
Keep feet clean and dry, and do not go barefoot to prevent fungal and parasitic infections.
Articles made from rare, endangered hence protected species of animals are banned. Do not attempt to buy these from roadside sellers or even shops.
The seas in Goa are often rough on certain beaches especially around the monsoons. There are life guards posted at most most popular beaches in Goa. Do not venture into the sea before consulting the life-guard.
Do not keep your valuables unattended during your stay at the beach.
Nudity on beaches and public places is forbidden and punishable under the law.
Use repellents and mosquito nets to protect yourself from insects and mosquitoes. Wearing long-sleeved shirts and long pants from dusk through dawn also helps.
Your money, passport must be kept in a safe place at your hotel reception or on your person. Do not keep them in the custody of undesirable persons. In case of loss of any documents contact the nearest Government of India Tourist Office or the nearest State Government Tourist Office or the nearest Police Station.
Traffic circulation in Goa is on the left. Keep your valid documents, driving licence, passports etc., in your possession while driving. If you are a Foreign national you must possess an International Drivers licence to be able to drive. Follow Police Traffic rules strictly to avoid any mishaps.
Do observe silence, due respect and proper decorum inside the places of worship and religious monuments that you might visit. Most importantly, always remove your shoes at the entrance to the main hall of any holy shrine. It is also a good idea to leave a small donation for the upkeep of the building when you leave.
If you take the bus transport for travelling around Goa be prepared for a rough ride. There are no fixed timetables and frequently no bus stops at even regular stops.
Always be ready to bargain in most small establishments. As a thumb rule offer 20% of the asking price, and be prepared to pay 35-40% % of the original asked price.
In case you want to extend your visa, contact the Foreigners Regional Registration Office located in the Police Headquarters at Panaji.
Shop at Government emporia/handicraft centres for quality products at reasonable prices.
Guides may be hired from Government approved agencies. For verification, you may ask for identity card.
Tourists carrying cameras/video cameras should check whether photography/video filming is permitted at the tourist spots.
Contact nearest Govt. of India/State Govt. Tourist Office/Counter/Tourist Police / Tourist Assistance Booth for any tourist information/assistance.
While at the beach please read sign boards before entering the water and please follow the instructions contained in the signboards. Consult Lifeguard before entering the waters and swim in safe areas only.
Do not swim in the monsoon. Do not drive any vehicle on the beach. It is prohibited.
Deposit all waste matter at the nearest dust bin available.
In case you have to visit the hospital please insist on sterilised/disposable syringes and make sure that the blood is tested before transfusion.
Pay taxis/autorickshaws by meter only or by tariff card issued by Directorate of Transport and available with the driver.
Use Sulabh Shouchalayas (Public Pay Toilets) available at most places of importance.
Do not encourage beggars.
Do not accept food/drink from strangers.
Do not be coerced into shopping by touts/guides/taxi drivers or strangers.
Do not buy articles made from rare/endangered species of animals as such articles are banned under law.
Do not smoke in public places/vehicles. Smoking and spitting is banned at all places of public use.
Do not indulge in permissive sex as you run risk of being afflicted by disease of AIDS. This disease has no cure.

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