Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary Tour (A/C Taxi)

Tour:              Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary Tour,

                        Ex- Panaji/ Miramar/ Margao/ Colva/ Calangute/ Mapusa

Days:              Daily, Except Thursday. Sanctuary is closed on Thursday.

Timings:        Dep: 9.30 am – Arr: 5.00pm

Rate:               Rs 1800/-, Ex- Panaji/Miramar/Margao/Colva

                         Rs 2000/-, Ex- Calangute/Mapusa

                         (Maximum 4 persons)

Bondla wild life sanctuary is a popular destination for picnicker's and nature lovers. It is an ideal jungle resort, has mini zoological park, safari park, botanical garden, nature educational center, bird life, wild animals and archaeological exhibit that attracts tourist.

Places Covered: - After visiting Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary, taxi will take to Mahadev Temple at Tamdi Surla, then Shri Mahadev temple at Tamdi Surla in Mollem which is dedicated to Lord Shiva, constructed of black basalt around the 12th -13th centuries is the only specimen of the Kadamba-Yadava architecture which is still well preserved.

Then taxi takes to Green Valley and Botanical Garden, Gudi Ponda where guests may have their lunch. Thereafter proceed to Shivaji Fort and Shri Gopal Ganapati Temple at Farmagudi. Then,

Visit Old Goa Churches (For guests from Panaji/ Miramar/ Mapusa/ Calangute)

Visit Ancestral Goa, Loutolim (For guests from Margao/Colva).

 

This tour is organized by Goa Tourism Developement Corporation, for booking and other details; they may be contacted on following details:

Telephone:    +91 9881465776/ +91 9881283262/ +91 832 2424001/ 2424002/ 2424003

Timing:          10am-1pm & 2pm-5.30pm

Fax:                 +91 832 2423926 / 2430133

Email:             reservations@goa-tourism.com

Online:           http://bookings.goa-tourism.com/cruises1.aspx

 

Important: This tour is also organized by private operators. Private operators operate through the travels agents located all over in Goa. In case of group booking, discount may be sought for.

 

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