Winter 2018-19 Goa holidays now on sale

FEATURED Updated on Jan 24, 2018 by Stacey Parsons

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It's time to do some forward planning to escape the next cold UK winter...

If you're constantly on the lookout for lovely warming sunshine, then we're hoping that you're as excited as we are about the fact that our winter 2018/19 holidays to Goa are now on sale! If you like to be organised with your holiday planning, or just want to make sure you get some good deals, now's the time to start thinking about your next escape to India's sunshine state. 


Goa holidays from £689pp 

We're delighted to be able to offer seven-night holidays to Goa from as little as £689pp from November 2018, which still includes your flights, in-flight meals, 20kg luggage, airport transfers and breakfast. For this price, you'll get to relax along the gorgeous sands of South Goa's laid-back beaches, and stay at Sao Domingo's; a simple, family-run hotel which has a good-size pool and restaurant, plus wonderfully friendly staff. 

If you simply can't wait until November, take a look at our current prices for Sao Domingo's here

 

The best beaches across North and South Goa 

If you're a self-confessed beach bum, then you'll be delighted to hear that Goa has all kinds of different beaches; from bustling and busy stretches in the north, to serene, deserted beaches in the south and plenty in between. Here's just a couple of our favourites to help paint a picture of just some of what you can expect... 

Calangute Beach, North Goa

Cola Beach, South Goa 

Palolem Beach, South Goa

Anjuna Beach, North Goa

Agonda Beach, South Goa

 

Don't hold back on new and exciting experiences 

One of the reasons we fell in love with Goa was that there's so much to do beyond the beach. It's a fantastic choice for adventure seekers, which is why we offer a variety of different excursions and tours for the outdoors and culture lovers. Perhaps you'd like to explore wildlife, or even stay on a traditional Goan houseboat? Maybe you'd like to see what Old Goa has to offer, or head further afield to the incredible archaeological site of Hampi? The choice is entirely yours.  

Old Goa Cathedral

Hampi ruins

 

For something a little luxurious... 

We love the Taj Exotica Resort & Spa when it comes to a luxury Goa holiday. If the palatial mansion building, palm-dotted lawns and beachfront location weren't already enough, the large pool, Jiva Spa, four restaurants, golfing facilities, tennis courts and daily yoga sessions are sure to clinch it. Find out more about the Taj Exotica here

 

For a fantastic budget getaway... 

Santana Beach Resort continues to be one of our customers' absolute favourites. Its two pools and tropical gardens are ideal for relaxing within secluded surroundings, and it's just a short stroll to Candolim Beach where you'll find an endless expanse of golden sand and plenty of beach shacks to sample. A touch of Goan authenticity can be found in the accommodation, set in Portuguese-style blocks, dotted throughout the grounds. Find out more about Santana Beach Resort here

 

For a peaceful escape not far from the action...

Sonesta Inns can be best described as a tranquil oasis in an ideal position, as guests are just a short walk from the the bustling village of Candolim (and its golden beach), yet can enjoy the swaying palms and chirping of birds within the hotel grounds. The shapely pool is surrounded by sunloungers, perfect for soaking up the hot Indian sunshine, and there's a children's pool and play area to keep the little ones entertained. What more could you wish for? Discover Sonesta Inns here

 

To find out more about holidays to Goa, whether for this season or next, visit our Holiday Ideas page

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