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South Goa with Mandovi River Cruise, Tambdi Surla Waterfalls Trek

South Goa, Goa, India (0)
from/per person 5,500
  • BLR - Feb 15, 16
  • BLR - Mar 7, 8
  • Starting from Bangalore
  • Beach
  • Groups allowed
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Swimming


Upcoming Trips:

Dates Price
January 25, 26 5500/- (Incl. GST)
February 15, 16 5500/- (Incl. GST)
March 7, 8 5500/- (Incl. GST)
March 28, 29 5500/- (Incl. GST)
April 10, 11 5500/- (Incl. GST)

Hello Bangalore!

How about a brisk and action-packed weekend trip to South Goa?

Presenting serene beaches of South Goa along with a tinge of beautiful mountains. We will head straight towards the west coast on Saturday and hit the beaches. Stay in South Goa and explore beautiful, clean beaches. A relaxing afternoon on Colva Beach where you can try out different water sports if they are available. An evening cruise with an unforgettable image of Mandovi river merging into Sea, setting Sun, Sea and the evening Breeze hitting your face is something to look forward to.

We shall chill out in the night, explore a bit of nightlife of South Goa.

Next day, we will visit the laid back city of Panjim with its Portuguese architecture, explore Churches and monuments. We will also visit an ancient temple called Tambdi Surla in east Goa mountains which is a treat to eyes because of its unique style of construction and fascinating architecture. A trek to a Waterfall located in a deep forest with a refreshing dip in its fresh mountain water is truly a fascinating experience to end the trip on a high.

Come, join Muddie Trails on this offbeat and unique trip 🙂


  • Total slots for the trip: 10
  • Stay: At our South Goa Guesthouse on sharing basis
  • Food: 2 Breakfasts included. Remaining food self-sponsored
  • Trek difficulty: Easy. 5 Km up and down.


  • Tempo Traveler AC
  • Starting time: Friday night 6:30 PM (long journey to Goa)
  • Ending time: Monday morning around 6 AM
  • Pickup/Drop spots: Tin Factory, Indiranagar 100 Feet Rd, Koramangala Sony World, Goraguntepalya Metro

Things to carry:

  • Basic essentials like toothbrush, soap, towel, etc
  • Shades/cap/sunscreen/umbrella (to avoid getting tanned big time)
  • Full charge mobiles with power banks – to take a lot of selfies!
  • Selfie stick or DSLR if you are interested
  • Small first aid kit if you have and your medications
  • Odomos for insects & mosquitoes
  • Recyclable garbage bag to put used/wet clothes
  • An extra garbage bag to dispose of your trash – we have a no-littering policy!
  • Carrying a handwash/sanitizer/tissues will help during the journey
  • Comfortable and good grip trekking shoes or sandals.
  • Carry your jerkin/sweater – it can get cold at night.
  • Carry a poncho or raincoat – based on the weather forecast
  • Carry a lil bit of cash for food and misc. expense
  • Mandatory: A photo ID card soft copy like Aadhar or Driving License
  • Carrying a water bottle may help during the entire travel. You can fill at the homestay before the trek
  • Keep your luggage light. Don’t bring suitcases, get backpacks instead. We shall put our luggage in the Homestay as we go out.
  • Don’t carry expensive items. You are responsible for your own belongings.

Pick up points & timings:

Tin Factory Bus stop: 06:00 PM

Indiranagar 100 Feet Road: 06:20 PM

Koramangala – Sony World Signal: 06:40 PM

Goraguntepalya Metro station bus stop: 8:00 to 8:30 PM (based on traffic)


Day 0 (Friday):

  • Start from BLR early in the evening, overnight journey

Day 1 (Saturday):

  • Stop by and have a nice breakfast on our way, freshen up (no shower at this point)
  • Cross the border and enter South Goa, check into our Guesthouse around 11 AM
  • Freshen up, head straight to the happening Benaulim Beach, take a dip in the Sea, indulge in water sports if they are available at the time.
  • Chill out by the beach with long conversations, order your Lunch at beach shacks
  • Go on a memorable evening cruise on Mandovi river witnessing a beautiful sunset, panoramic view of the city of Panjim and the surrounding areas
  • Head back to the guest house, refresh for the night
  • Explore the nightlife of South Goa by taking a stroll on the streets leading to Benaulim Beach
  • Have leisurely Dinner at beach shacks, grab your drinks
  • Rest for the night

Day 2 (Sunday):

  • Freshen up, check out of our guesthouse around 9 AM
  • Visit Panjim conservation zone to witness Portuguese style of old Goan architecture and click those cool selfies
  • Lunch at a restaurant
  • Drive towards Shiva Temple which is the base point of Tambdi Surla waterfalls in the mountains of west Goa, explore its majestic architecture
  • Trek to the waterfalls in the jungle (Around 3 hours trek), take a dip in the mountain water if you wish to
  • Start back towards Bangalore early evening, again that long journey awaits
  • Dinner at a Dhaba on our way

Day 3 (Monday):

  • Reach home in the morning around 6 AM.


  • AC Travel
  • Food: 2 Breakfasts
  • Guesthouse (3 or 4 sharing bases)
  • Colva Beach, Benaulim Beach
  • Mandovi River Cruise
  • Tambdi Surla Waterfalls Trek
  • Panjim Conservation zone
  • Organizer(s)
  • A hell lot of entertainment!


  • Food other than Breakfast
  • Any misc. expenses not mentioned above

To register:

If you agree to following Terms & Conditions and Refund Policy: http://bit.ly/MuddieTerms

You may register by using the Book Now button and join the Muddie Gang! 😉

What’s next after booking tickets:

  • A Whatsapp group will be created for all the registered folks a night before the event
  • Information like exact pickup locations, things to pack, Organizer details, etc will be shared in the group

Important notes:

  • The facilities are really basic, close to nature on this backpacking trip. Not for luxury seekers.
  • Book only if you can withstand long journey by push back tempo or minibus
  • Do not forget to read our “Terms & Conditions” before registering!


Call or WhatsApp Muddie Trails on 8197949010 or 9827032009 for any doubt! 🙂

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