Women Only Tours in Goa


Planning for a fun holiday on the beach? Head to Goa, the land of beaches in India. Explore the colourful flea markets, or try out the fresh and delectable seafood. Home to plentiful churches and ruins that are as beautiful as any majestic palace, Goa is a paradise for youngsters. Choose to explore the hidden waterfalls, grab a drink or two or just zoom past the roads on a hired two-wheeler. Goa is best explored with your girl-pals! And our packages to go are just about perfect for your travel needs!

  • Best Time to Travel

    November to February

  • Curent Weather

    Thunderstorm - 29°C

  • Area Code


  • Population

    1.817 million

Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Nightlife
  • Festivals
  • Places

Shopping in Goa

Goa is home to a unique mix of Indian and Portuguese culture. While you can choose to shop for the usual souvenirs of tie-and-die t-shirts, scarves, Bebinca, feni and variously-flavoured liqueurs, we would suggest you try some off-beat things too. Terracotta pottery, bamboo handicrafts, shell handicrafts, papier mache, etc. We promise you won't be disappointed!


Rightly known as India's party capital, Goa livens up with dizzy neon lights, great music and yummy food. To experience the real party life in Goa you can visit Love Passion and Karma, The Alcove, SinQ, Club M, etc.


Goa is a culturally vibrant state of India and the festivals celebrated here are as colourful and interesting as the state itself. If you are a music lover, Sunburn is the festival to go to. Attend the yearly Goa Carnival and experience thrill, fun and celebrate the new year with friends and family. You can also attend Sao Jaao festival, a festival of merriment celebrated during the monsoon!


Fort Aguada: A perfect mix of Dutch and Maratha history, this Portuguese fortification is the oldest of its kind in the whole of Asia. It also boasts of being one of the biggest freshwater reservoirs in Asia.

Morjim Beach: Referred to as 'Little Russia', Morjim is home to exotic species of birds, wildlife, and endangered animals such as sea turtles.

Arambol Beach: Unexploited by tourists and locals alike, Arambol is a piece of heaven when it comes to beaches and food in Goa. Well connected with all prominent sights, this place is a must visit!

Things to Carry

  • Dress according to the season.
  • Carry warm clothes for windy days and light cotton clothes for summer.
  • Sun screen, sun glasses and comfortable pair of shoes are a must.
  • Do not forget camera and phone with all its accessories, especially the charger.
  • Please carry your prescribed medicines.

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