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The Malabar Coast
Destinaion Covered: Bombay - Goa - Cochin - Bombay (07 Nights / 08 Days)
Day 01 : Arrival Mumbai
Arrive Mumbai , Meet & assist at the airport & transfer to hotel. Night stay in Mumbai.
Day 02 : Mumbai
After breakfast proceed for sightseeing tour of Mumbai visiting Gateway of India, Prince of Wales Museum, Hanging Gardens on the slopes of Malabar Hills offering nice view of Marine Lines & Chowpatty Beach, Kamla Nehru Park, Mani Bhawan (where Mahatma Gandhi used to stay) and then to Dhobi Ghat. Also visit Afgan Church, Flora Fountain (Bombay nerve centre), Colourful Crawford Market and Marine Drive. Night stay in Mumbai.
Day 03 : Mumbai - Goa
Morning transfer to airport to catch flight to Goa. On arrival transfer to hotel. Rest of the day free to relax at beach. Night stay in Goa.
Day 04 : Goa
Today explore the North Goa & South Goa. In the evening we have for you Fishing village : Fishing villages are part of Goa’s rich cultural heritage. Local Goans fishing village is created on the grounds of the hotel, forming a perfect backdrop for a charming evening in a very rustic atmosphere. Artisans display their skills whilst the village dancers whirl to the music of a local band. Night stay in Goa.
Day 05 :Goa
Relish breakfast and Excursion to Dudhsagar. The evening at leisure. Laze on the beach, go for swim, explore the shops for cashewnuts, buy holiday wear or take an optional tour visiting "Goa of the past"-a mackup village which portrays Goa what it was 100 years ago. Night stay in Goa.
Day 06 : Goa - Cochin
On arrival in "Queen of the Arabian Sea", meet and assist and transfer to hotel. Night stay in Cochin.
Day 07 : Cochin
After breakfast sightseeing tour of Cochin covering The Dutch Palace at Mattancherry is renowned for its wall murals depicting scenes from the Ramayana. The Jewish Synagogue at the heart of what is locally called the Jew Town. The St. Francis Church, the oldest European church in India. The Santa Cruz Basilica, originally built in 1557 by the Portuguese. The Chinese fishing nets are huge cantilevered fishing nets believed to have brought to Kochi by Chinese traders. Finally, the Willingdon Island, named after Lord Willingdon, is the headquarters of the Southern Naval Command of India. Night stay in Cochin.
Day 08 : Cochin – Mumbai - Departure
Transfer to airport to board the onward flight.