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4 Days / 3 Nights - Calangute Towers
 
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    • 3 Nights / 4 Days Stay in Calangute Towers Goa

Other Inclusions

    • Scheduled transfers by Air Conditioned Vehicle from the Airport..
    • Refreshing “Goan” welcome drink on arrival at the Resort. 
    • Accommodation in well appointed Air-conditioned room with Television, Mini Bar, Electronic Room safe and Hair dryer.
    • Daily Breakfast & Dinner on Buffet or fixed menu basis in one of Food & Beverage Outlet.
    • One full day sightseeing covering Fort Aguada, Anjuna & Vagator Beach in the morning and Miramar Beach, Panjim shopping & Old Goa Church in the evening.
    • Packaged drinking water every day in the room.
    • Usage of Wi Fi within the property.
    • Bottle of Goan wine in your room on arrival.
    • Shuttle service to Calangute beach from 09.00 am to 05.00 pm.
    • Usage of Tea/Coffee maker machine in the room replenished once a day.
    • Usage of Swimming Pool with proper swimming costumes.
    • Child below 6 years is complimentary to share parent's room with no extra mattress.
    • Package is valid from 1st April To 15th Oct.

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Calangute Tower Hotel Overview: 
The 3 star rated Hotel Calangute Towers enjoys proximity to popular attractions like Panjim Church, Miramar Beach and Mangueshi Temple. Sunbathing or jogging, shopping or swimming, the hotel is the perfect access point for the boardwalk, beach, revitalized shopping district and dozens of area attractions. Our poolside bar, authentic restaurants offering various cuisines and customized professional service offer everything for a relaxing getaway or the perfect party. At the Hotel Calangute Towers, the royal treatment is yours.

 

Location:
This family-friendly Calangute hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Calangute Market and Calangute Beach. Baga Beach and Candolim Beach are also within 3 mi (5 km).

 

Hotel Features:
2 restaurants, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center are available at this hotel. Additionally, a bar/lounge, a poolside bar, and a coffee shop/café are onsite.

 

Rooms:
The rooms at Calangute Towers are categorised as Deluxe, Premium and Suite Rooms. These rooms are air-conditioned, well-organised and offer a cosy ambience. They are equipped with amenities like colour TV, telephone, minibar, safe, tea/coffee maker and writing desk.Setting the standard for Goa, the Hotel Calangute Towers has 53 rooms in close proximity to the Calangute Beach.

 

Restaurants:
2 Restaurants are available in the Hotel. Taste the best of Indian dishes at Curry Leaf- the on-site restaurant. Eat Street is another restaurant that serves a variety of regional and international delicacies. The Sunken Bar offers a wide array of drinks and snacks.

 

Important Landmark Nearby:
Calangute Shopping Area - 1.0 Km, Candolim Beach - 7.0 Km, Club Cabana - 4.0 Km, Dabolim Airport - 44.0 Km, INOX Theatre, Panjim City - 17.0 Km, Panjim Shopping Area - 17.0 Km, Sequirim Beach - 1.0 Km, Souza Lobo Restaurant - 2.0 Km, Tito's Club - 0.5 Km, Tivim Railway Terminus - 20.0 Km

Destination Info

Variously known as "Pearl of the Orient" and a "Tourist Paradise", 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.

But then, Goa is much more than just beaches and sea. It has a soul which goes deep into unique history, rich culture and some of the prettiest natural scenery that India has to offer.

Much of the real Goa is in its interiors, both inside its buildings and in the hinterland away from the coastal area.

Legends from Hindu mythology credit Lord Parshuram, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu with the creation of Goa.

Over the centuries various dynasties have ruled Goa. Rashtrakutas, Kadambas, Silaharas, Chalukyas, Bahamani Muslims and most famously the Portuguese have been rulers of Goa.

Goa was liberated by the Indian Army from Portuguese colonisation on December 19, 1961 and became an Union Territory along with the enclaves of Daman and Diu. On May 30, 1987 Goa was conferred statehood and became the 25th state of the Indian Republic.

Having been the meeting point of races, religions and cultures of East and West over the centuries, Goa has a multi-hued and distinctive lifestyle quite different from the rest of India. Hindu and Catholic communities make up almost the entire population with minority representation of Muslims and other religions.

All the communities have mutual respect towards one another and their secular outlook has given Goa a long and an unbroken tradition of religious harmony. The warm and tolerant nature of the Goans allows them to celebrate and enjoy the festivals of various religions such as Ganesh Chaturthi, Diwali, Christmas, Easter and Id with equal enthusiasm.

The state of Maharashtra borders Goa on the north, the state of Karnataka on the south and east. The vast expanse of the Arabian Sea on the west forms the magnificent coastline for which Goa is justly famous.

Terekhol (Tiracol), Mandovi, Zuari, Chapora, Sal and Talpona are the main rivers which weave their way throughout the state forming the inland waterways adding beauty and romance to the land besides being used to transport Goa's main export commodity of Iron and Manganese ore to Mormugao Harbour. Along the way to the coast these waterways form estuaries, creeks and bays breaking the sandy, palm-fringed coastline behind which lie the fishing villages among the coconut groves.

Panaji (Panjim) is the state capital located on the banks of the Mandovi river and Vasco, Margao, Mapusa and Ponda are the other major towns. Goa is serviced by an international/national airport located at Dabolim near Vasco. An intra-state and inter-state bus network also plays an important role in getting locals and visitors alike in and around Goa.

The vast green expanse of the Sahyadri mountain range ensures that Goa has an abundance of water. The sea and rivers abound in seafood - prawns, mackerels, sardines, crabs and lobsters are the most popular with the locals and the visitors.

Along with English which is widely spoken all over Goa, Konkani and Marathi are the state languages. The national language Hindi is also well understood in most areas around the state.

Goan cuisine is a blend of different influences the Goans had to endure during the centuries. The staple food in Goa is fish and rice, both among the Hindus and the Catholics. Unlike the Christian food the Hindu Goan food is not strongly influenced by the Portuguese cuisine.

Since the arrival of the Hippies in the sixties, Goa has been a major destination on the itinerary of international and domestic tourists.

The tourist season in Goa begins in late September and carries on through early March. The weather in these months is usually dry and pleasantly cool.

Then the weather gets fairly hot around May and by end of June, Goa receives the full blast of the Indian monsoon with sudden downpours and tropical thunderstorms. However it is also during the monsoon that Goa is probably at its most beautiful, with greenery sprouting all around.

Besides the natural beauty, the fabulous beaches and sunshine, travellers to Goa love the laid-back, peaceful, warm and friendly nature of the Goan people. After all, more than anywhere else on planet earth, this is a place where people really know how to relax.

Goa Weather

Weather Trends

Goa's balmy tropical weather means that temperatures don't fluctuate much, hovering between 24°C to 29°C all the year-round.

But at the peak of summer in the month of May, noon temperatures often cross 33°C. The Goan monsoon which lasts from June to September adorns Goa with greenery all around and tourists are now coming in to see Goa at her beautiful best while taking advantage of monsoon discounts from the hotels and resorts.

Goan cuisine is a blend of different influences the Goans had to endure during the centuries. The staple food in Goa is fish and rice, both among the Hindus and the Catholics. Unlike the Christian food the Hindu Goan food is not strongly influenced by the Portuguese cuisine.

Since the arrival of the Hippies in the sixties, Goa has been a major destination on the itinerary of international and domestic tourists.

The tourist season in Goa begins in late September and carries on through early March. The weather in these months is usually dry and pleasantly cool.

Then the weather gets fairly hot around May and by end of June, Goa receives the full blast of the Indian monsoon with sudden downpours and tropical thunderstorms. However it is also during the monsoon that Goa is probably at its most beautiful, with greenery sprouting all around.

Besides the natural beauty, the fabulous beaches and sunshine, travellers to Goa love the laid-back, peaceful, warm and friendly nature of the Goan people. After all, more than anywhere else on planet earth, this is a place where people really know how to relax.

Other Information

Terms & Conditions

  • Hotel rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.
  • Expenses of personal nature, such as laundry, telephone calls, room service, alcoholic beverages, mini bar charges, tips, portage, camera fees etc. not included in the package.
  • Any meals and services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.
  • Transportation shall be provided as per the itinerary and will not be at disposal.
  • In case yours is a group departure, sightseeing and/or transfers would be provided using shared vehicles.
  • Rapidex Travels reserves the right to modify the itinerary at any point, due to reasons including but not limited to:  Force Majeure events, strikes, fairs, festivals, weather conditions, traffic problems, overbooking of hotels / flights, cancellation / re-routing of flights, closure of / entry restrictions at a place of visit, etc. While we will do our best to make suitable alternate arrangements, we would not be held liable for any refunds/compensation claims arising out of this.
  • The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
  • Early check-in or late check-out is chargeable by the hotel. The standard check-in time is 1400hrs and the standard check-out time is 1100hrs.
  • It is mandatory for guests to present valid photo identification at the time of check-in.
  • The identification proofs accepted are Driving License, Voters Card, Passport, Ration Card. Without valid ID the guest will not be allowed to check in. Note- PAN Cards will not be accepted as a valid ID card.
  • The hotel reserves the right of admission. Accommodation can be denied to guests posing as a couple if suitable proof of identification is not presented at check-in. Rapidex Travels will not be responsible for any check-in denied by the hotel due to the aforesaid reason.
  • GST shall be applicable over and above the package prices.
  • Package valid only for Indian nationals.
  • Rapidex Travels reserves the right to change/modify or terminate the offer any time at its own discretion and without any prior notice.
  • Disputes, if any, shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in Ghaziabad.

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