Nestled in the heart of Candolim, Goa on the idyllic northwest coast of India, it is the embodiment of legendary Goan hospitality. Conveniently situated close to the Candolim Beach Zone, the property boasts an exciting mix of 24 Hour Concierge, Swimming Pool, and Multi Cuisine Dining. We are pleased to offer a choice of well-appointed rooms and luxurious villas that are certain to meet every taste and budget. Looking for some fun in the sun? It is conveniently located close to parasailing, banana boat rides, windsurfing, water skiing, and many other activities. When it's time to relax, guests can choose between lounging by our well-appointed swimming pool or pamper themselves at our excl ... See More What can you do in & around
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2 Bedroom Villa in heart of Candolim
Nestled in the heart of Candolim, Goa on the idyllic northwest coast of India, it is the embodiment of legendary Goan hospitality. Conveniently situated close to the Candolim Beach Zone, the property boasts an exciting mix of 24 Hour Concierge, Swimming Pool, and Multi Cuisine Dining. We are pleased to offer a choice of well-appointed rooms and luxurious villas that are certain to meet every taste and budget. Looking for some fun in the sun? It is conveniently located close to parasailing, banana boat rides, windsurfing, water skiing, and many other activities. When it's time to relax, guests can choose between lounging by our well-appointed swimming pool or pamper themselves at our exclusive Ayurvedic Spa. Feel free to ask our knowledgeable staff about planning excursions to other parts of Goa. Here we believe that the 'Details make the difference!'
Details about the Villa Furnished 2BHK Villa in Goveia Holidays Homes in Candolim, Goa close to Calangute.The Villa consists of 2-bed room, hall, kitchen and dining area with 3 toilets.First bedroom furnished with cupboard, double bed with mattress, air condition, attached toilet with geyser and 1 balcony Second bedroom furnished with cup board, double bed with mattress, air condition, attached toilet with geyser and 1 open terrace. Hall furnished with the sofa , dining table, TV with cable connection, refrigerator and Cooking Facilities. Facilities’ Available
Meals Restaurant available in the resort . Room service is available at the Villa. Details available at venue. Laundry Service available, Details available at venue (Additional charges) Transport facility Pick-up / Drop available from Airport, Railway Station and Bus Terminus (Additional charges) Cabs (AC & Non AC) rental available Scooter and Motorcycle available on hire. Other Facilities 24 hour Concierge Ample Parking Space 12 noon check-in / check-out 11.00 am Extra hours subject to availability and rates as applicable General Suite Amenities
• Rooms with Ensuite washroom facilities
• Television with cable connection
• Air-conditioned rooms
• Well furnished dining and living area
• Doctor on call
• 24 Hour power backup
• 24/7 Security
• Swimming Pool with Tanning Beds and Poolside Bar (SWIMMING SUITS COMPULSORY)
• Children's play area.
• Room Service
• Available Laundry and Dry Cleaning Services ( Extra cost )
• Well Equipped Gymnasium
• Ayurvedic Health Spa and Massage (Available at additional charge)
• Ladies Beauty Salon (Available at additional charge)
• Pick-up / Drop available from Airport, Railway Station and Bus Terminus (Additional charges)
• Taxi Service (Available at additional charge)
• Scooter and Motorcycle rental available. • Multi-Cuisine Restaurant with Alfresco Dining
Please Note:Swimming pool is on shared basis.
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About Goa Variously known as " Rome of the East", "Tourist Paradise" and " Pearl of the Orient", the state of Goa is located on the western coast of India in the coastal belt known as Konkan. The magnificent scenic beauty and the architectural splendours of its temples, churches and old houses have made Goa a firm favourite with travellers around the world.
Goa Places to See Panaji: The capital of Goa and headquarters of North Goa District, a small a charming city on the left bank of silvery Mandovi River, with beautiful red-roofed houses, built in Latin style, also boasts of many modern houses, well laid garden, statues and avenue's lined with Gulmohar, Acassia and other trees. Enchantit panorama unfolds from atop Altinho (Hill Top).
Goa Wildlife The rugged western ghats make it an ideal haven for many species of birds and animals and also provide a corridor for migration. The western ghats called the Sahyadris in Goa, extend for a total of 600kms in Goa of their total length of 3702 kms. The widest belt of forests along the western ghats is in Goa and neighbouring Karnataka state. The high rainfall accounts for this because the elevation of the mountain range here is lower.
Cuisine in Goa Visitors to Goa tend to think that food and drink in Goa means the famous fish, curry, rice and feni package. And for most Goans these are indeed the three basic necessities of life -- fish, curry and rice. They combine to make a heavenly daily meal for the average Goan. But Goan cuisine, like the land itself, has many flavours and tastes with its vast treasure trove of culinary delicacies.
North Goa North Goa is known and loved as a land of golden beaches, palm trees, paddy fields and wooded hills. Its churches, temples, shrines and forts tell its history. It is associated with music, the famous Goan cuisine and most of all with a peace-loving , smiling people.
Churches in Goa One of Goa's important institutions, Goa's famous and magnificent churches are largely a legacy of Portuguese colonization Church building was one of the main occupations of the early Portuguese and in fact one of Vasco da Gama's main missions for finding the sea route to India was to "seek Christians and spices".
Goa People and Lifestyle Goa's isolation from the rest of India for more than four centuries under the Portuguese rule, its geographical borders in the form of the Sahyadri ranges and the tidal rivers have managed to give the people of Goa a unique and separate identity. The people of Goa prefer to call themselves Goans and not Goanese as mentioned in guidebooks and brochures. Goans are very much aware of this unique identity; they are proud of it and guard it fiercely.
History of Goa The origin of Goa or Gomantak as it is also known, is lost in the mists of time. In the later Vedic period (c.1000-500 BC), when the Hindu epic Mahabharat was written, Goa has been referred to with the Sanskrit name Gomantak, a word with many meanings, but signifying generally a fertile land.
Temples in Goa The Temples of Goa are in essence like most Hindu temples in India , based around a deity which is worshipped. The architecture of Goan temples is a little different mostly because of historical reasons.
The fundamental design of any Hindu temple is organized around the central shrine or the "Garbagriha" or the "sanctum sanctorum" that houses the main deity. A tower or "Shikara" arises from the main shrine and is traditionally pyramidal shaped. There are usually two or more smaller shrines housing other deities known as "Parivar Devatas" around the entrance to the Garbagriha.
Destinations in Goa Four centuries of Portuguese rule and that of other rulers before them has given Goa an unique life-style that consists of a blend of Indian and Western influences as can be seen in its varied culture and architecture of its towns and villages. Today Goa also boasts of glorious traditions that have been handed down to it over the ages.
Goa Travel Information Variously known as " Rome of the East", "Tourist Paradise" and " Pearl of the Orient", the state of Goa is located on the western coast of India in the coastal belt known as Konkan. The magnificent scenic beauty and the architectural splendours of its temples, churches and old houses have made Goa a firm favourite with travellers around the world.
Goa Beaches Goa is one of India 's special tourist places that can boast of fantastic weather, fabulous beaches, wonderful people, mouth-watering cuisine, forts. There are beaches far from human habitation with very basic or sometimes no facility for accommodation.
Then there are some with ultra modern comforts like internet cafes, massage centers, gyms, swimming pools, night clubs, etc. With such an enormous choice, one might feel confused about which one to take.
Mosques in Goa Jama Masjid Goa: (26 kms. from Margao at Sanguem) : Built in the last century, the Jama Masjid was completely renovated in 1959. The new structure is remarkable for its harmonious proportions and elegant simplicity. It has four minarets whilst the entrance facade is flanked by two elegant towers surmounted by pillared kiosks.
Goa Art & Culture Goa is a land of crafts and craftsmen, where aesthetic quality finds a natural expression. Goa has a rich and magnificent tradition of the classical arts. Over the years, Goans have excelled in poetry, music and the fine arts.
The exquisitely carved rosewood and teak furniture, the terracotta figurines, the classic brass items and the unique gold jewellery designs all speak of an age still valuable in this technology obsessed world.
Goa Transportation By Air : Goa is well connected by airline services to most major cities in India . All flights, national and international, to and from Goa, operate from the Goa Airport at Dabolim near the port town of Vasco-da-Gama .
Goa Cultural Heritage Goa abounds in festivals and fairs around temples and churches which also commemorate eaily legends. They are the occasions when a Goan peasant manifests joy and happiness.
Goa Carnival Although introduced by the Portuguese who ruled this territory for over 50 years, from 1510 to 1961, the three-day festival
primarily celebrated by Christians, has absorbed Hindu tradition-bound revelry and western dance forms, and stimulated by the artistry of the Goan genius turned into a pageantry of singular effervescence.
Goa Traveller's Kit The Currency Unit in Goa as in the rest of India is the Indian Rupee. Each rupee consists of 100 paise. Currency notes are issued in the denominations of Rs. 1000, Rs. 500, Rs. 100, Rs. 50, Rs. 20, Rs. 10, Rs. 5, Rs. 2, Re. 1. Coins issued are of Rs. 5, Rs. 2, Re. 1, 50 paise, 25 paise, 20 paise, 10 paise, 5 paise denominations.
Goa Fairs & Festivals With the majority of the population being Hindu, Goa has scores of festivals celebrated all around the year. All these festivals do not occur on fixed dates of the caldendar year, since they are based on the Hindu calendar. Despite the long period of Portuguese colonisation, the Hindu festivals have retained their unique Goan character and are celebrated with deep fervour.
Goa Museums Archaeological Museum : Old Goa, 9 km from Panaji, was once the centre of Portuguese dominion on the west coast of India .
Here one can see fortress walls and administrative buildings, monasteries and impressive churches, especially the Basilica de Born Jesus which contains the mortal remains of Saini Francis Xavier. Entertainment in Goa Goa Excursions From Panaji: Dona Paula Bay (7 kms), Old Goa (10 kms) with its Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral, Archaeological Museum and other churches, Mangueshi Temple (22 kms), Shantadura Temple (33 kms), Calangute (16 kms), and Baga Beach (18 kms).
Goa Adventure Water Sports: Blessed with rivers, backwaters and a long coastline, Goa is ideally located for water sport activities like sailing, para sailing, wind surfing, etc.
Goa Shopping For travellers to Goa, the visit is not complete unless they take back a souvenir of their memorable sojourn in this magnificent paradise.
Naturally, shopping should be a priority on the itinerary of every tourist, along with the sightseeing attractions. Fort Aguada & Candolim
Fort Aguada was once one of the main bastions commanding the entrance into the Mandovi river. Built by the Portuguese in 1612, with a church, the new lighthouse (which can be visited during specified hours 4 to 530 pm, barracks (Aguda Jail) along the beachside (Sinquerim beach lies below the fort) - Its worth visiting. With facilities for water sports, including parasailing and jet skis at the southern end of the sinquerim Beach , its a terrific travelmasti sojourn. Lying north of Fort Aguda are the twin beaches of Calangute and Condolim. The Candolim beach is much quieter in comparison to Singuerim and Calangute. The sandy stretch here is scattered with dozens of hotels and loading houses. One can enjoy evenings on the beachfront in makeshift bars and restaurants made from wood and palm leaves.
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Stringent: No charges will be levied if booking is canceled 61 days prior to check-in. If cancellation is done between 30 to 60 days prior to check-in, 50% of the total booking amount will be charged. Post that, there will be no refund.