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Exhilarating Water Sport in Goa (4 NIGHTS / 5 DAYS)
Rs 25,400
4 nights & 5 days

Although the smallest state of India, the fun that’s to be had here’s incomparable to whatever you are likely to run into in India. And all because of John Lucas, an Englishman having a liking for windsurfing, who found Goa in 1970s having a board and a rig, that the place came into existence known as the water sports destination of the country, inviting fans from across the globe. Should you too really are a fan water sports or wish to give them a try, there’s no better destination than Goa. Apart from this there are many other water sports that will put you completely exhilarated like:

* Sea Fishing in Goa,

* Scuba Diving

* Water Skiing

* Parasailing

* Dinghly Sailing

* Wind Surfing

* Swimming

* Water Scooter

* Microlite-Flying

* Catamaran/Hobie Cat Sailing

* Banana, Bump & Ringo Rides

* Knee-and-Wake Boarding

* Water Sports Centers

 

 

Day  01:Goa

Arrival meet and assist at the Airport. Private transfer to the hotel/Resort near to the Beach After check in the day will be for relaxing at the beach. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 02: Goa (Water Sport activities)

After breakfast car will pick you up from your hotel and transfer to Calangute Beach  It has most of the water sports happening, and with so many operators, the rates are competitive and economical as compared to the other beaches this day you will experience the thrill of parasailing, Banana Ride, Jet Ski (Water Bike) and deep diving each one session. Overnight at Hotel/Resort.

 

Day 03: Goa (Full day Sightseeing)

After breakfast proceed for full day sightseeing of the beaches, churches and temples. In the evening sunset cruise at river Mandovi on SIC basis. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 04: Goa (Island Trip on sharing basis)

After breakfast full day excursion tour to Island for deep sea fishing, snorkeling with Lunch and unlimited drinks only beer and soft beverages. It starts from morning 8-9 am and returns to beach at around 6-7 pm. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 05: Goa

After breakfast some leisure time till departure to airport by private car.

Casa De Goa Boutique Resort-Calangute Beach

Valid till March 2016 (Except the Festive period)

Includes of:               

·          Accommodation in Deluxe Room for 04 nights/05 days

·          Private Transfers by air conditioned vehicle from Airport / Thivim /Margao station on seat sharing basis 

·          Accommodation in well-appointed deluxe room with swimming pool view, bath-tub, air-condition, wall mounted LCV TV, Minibar, Tea/Coffee making facility, electronic safe, hair dryer, etc.

·          One session of Jet Ski (Water Bike), Banana Ride, Parasailing and Deep Diving at Calangute Beach.

·          One full day excursion of Island Trip deep sea fishing and snorkeling along with unlimited soft beverages inclusing beer and lunch. (Sharing basis and subject to operational due to bad weather & now fully occupied)

·          Non-alcoholic Casa de Goa refresher on arrival.

·          Buffet / TDH  breakfast at our Restaurant, as per timings.

·          One full day sight-seeing by air conditioned vehicle (seat sharing basis) to Old Goa Churches, Mangueshi Temple, Dona Paula and Miramar beach. 

·          Complimentary use of tea / coffee making facility replenished once daily.

·          Complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity during stay.

·          Complimentary two bottles of package drinking water in the room replenished daily.

·          Unlimited use of swimming pool as per resort timings. (With proper swim wear).

·          15% discount on selected SPA therapies.

·          15% discount on laundry services

·          Check-in 13:00hrs & Check-out 11:00hrs.

·          All applicable taxes.

IMPORTANT TRIP ADVISORY:

TIPS FOR OUTDOOR WATER SPORTS:

 

1. KNOW HOW TO SWIM

 

If you know how to swim, you will naturally feel more comfortable with any kind of water sport. Swimming lessons can be equally beneficial for both children and adults. It is even better for adults to have advanced swimming skills, so they are prepared to assist children and anyone else who may experience difficulty in the water.

 

2. USE A LIFE JACKET / PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICE (PFD)

 

According to 2006 statistics, approximately 90% of individuals who died in a boating accident were not wearing life jackets or any other type of flotation device. Even if you know how to swim, there may be circumstances when you are not able to swim back to the boat, or shore. A life jacket helps you float on the surface of the water with little effort. Being on the surface will help you to be clearly seen by rescue teams or those coming to assist you.

 

Life Jackets On The Boat

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When wearing a life jacket, make sure that it fits you well. If it is too small, it may not be properly fastened and secured, and may come loose; If it is too large, you could just come right out of it during a hard fall. Find a life vest that is the perfect fit!

 

3. ALWAYS TAKE SOMEONE WITH YOU

 

It is risky to be out in the water alone. It’s not unusual for people to go out by themselves to fish, or be out on their boat by themselves. Your friends or family should always be aware of where you are going, how long you plan to be gone, and how to reach you in case of an emergency.

 

Yet it is always better to take someone with you, just in case something happens. Plus you’ll have the benefit of being with a friend or family member, who can collaborate on the fun things that happen while out on the water, like how “big” that fish really was that you threw back in, or that got away!

 

4. BE PREPARED

 

Depending on the type of vehicle used in water activities, always be fully prepared before going out on the water, or participating in any water sports. The equipment or safety accessories can include life jackets/vests or other flotation devices, boat radio, mobile phone, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, horn or whistle, and anything else that will help to keep participants safe.

 

Some water activities can require wearing a life jacket or other flotation device while participating in the sport. For example, when water skiing, the skier should wear a ski belt or ski vest, and properly adjust the footings to a comfortable position. If tubing, such as on a Sportsstuff tow behind tube, each rider should be wearing a life vest, and depending on the design of the towable tube, goggles or water masks, and water helmet.

 

5. STORAGE & PROPER USAGE OF WATER TOYS AND SAFETY ITEMS

 

It’s important to keep items on a boat secured and safely stored. It’s also important that everyone, or at least every adult, on board be able to know how to use the safety equipment that you are taking with you. Good basic instructions should be enough to properly prepare everyone for usage.

 

Be sure to store all of your recreational and water toys safely between usage. Water toys like wakeboards, skis, towable tubes, should be secured when not in use to prevent any injury while the boat is moving.

 

6. PLAN IN ADVANCE

 

One motto in scuba diving is “Plan your dive, and dive your plan.” The same applies to participating in water sports. Plan and prepare for everything before going out on the water for any kind of water sports. Make sure that everyone participating is equally informed or involved in the process, so if anyone has concerns or problems, they can be dealt with in advance. No person should attempt any kind of water sport activity if he or she is not fully prepared for it.

 

7. KEEP AN EYE ON CHILDREN

 

Children should not be left on their own during any kind of water sport. Unfortunately, according to statistics, drowning is the second leading cause of death for children in the age bracket of 1 to 14. Children are not able to judge the danger of being in the water, thus being more prone to being in accidents related to it.

 

Children should wear personal flotation suits or other swimming flotation devices whenever they are in or around the water. And adults have to keep an eye on them the whole time the kids are outside, and prepared to perform basic first aid procedures in case of emergencies.

 

8. KNOW THE WEATHER FORECAST

 

You should know beforehand what the weather forecast is for the day for which you are planning any kind of water sport event. And during the time you are outside, on the water, keep an eye out for any change in current weather conditions. The weather can change quickly, so you have to be prepared to get to safety if needed.

 

9. AVOID OVEREXPOSURE TO SUNLIGHT

 

While it is healthy for us to be out in the sunshine, it’s also important to adequately protect ourselves from the harmful rays of the sun. Make sure you have the appropriate strength sunscreen, and use it! According to the studies, if a good quality sunscreen lotion or cream is applied 20-30 minutes before going out into the sun, it helps you protect your skin more efficiently. After being in the water, sunscreen should be re-applied while you are still exposed to sun, routinely every 2-3 hours while outside.

 

Make sure children have an especially strong sunscreen while they are outside. It’s even better if they wear long swim shirts or cover-ups; but even with the additional clothing, you still have to apply sunscreen to their face, ears, hands, feet and any other exposed areas. It is necessary to take these measures so that you can avoid the after effects of your exposure to direct sunlight, as it can be very dangerous for your skin.

 

And protect your eyes and head too: wear sunglasses and a hat when outside in the sun.

 

10. NO ALCOHOLIC DRINKS

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