Add an exciting tour to your vacation in Goa. Atlantis Watersports offers a fun-filled tour of Goa’s Dudhsagar Water falls, Jeep Safari, spice plantation, old Goa churches and much more. Discover all of these amazing sites in a single day tour.
Famous Dudhsagar Waterfall
You can swim at the foot of the waterfalls whilst enjoying the site of free roaming monkeys around you. While you are at the plantation, you can binge on traditional Goan food. The tour also takes you to the famous old Goa Churches. Marvel at some of UNESCO’s protected zones and sites to complete your unforgettable tour of Goa.
The tour starts from 7.30am and ends at around 5.30pm. It is open to adults as well as children ages 3 to 10, as long as their parents or an adult accompanies them.
This tour includes the jeep fees, transportation costs, entrance fees to the waterfalls and wildlife sanctuary, the entrance fees and lunch at the spice garden. An experienced tour guide will accompany you throughout the tour at spice plantation. Hope you will enjoy amazing Dudhsagar Water falls Trip.
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|DEPARTURE LOCATION||from Hotel.|
|DURATION||06.30am – 04.30pm|
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|Month of Operation||October to May|
|Pick up - Drop||Pick up & Drop will be provided from Hotels booked in Calangute, Baga, Arpora, Nagoa, Candolim, Sinquerim, Nerul Area. Transport required in areas other then mentioned above will be charged extra.|
|Environmental Tip||Please don’t feed the monkeys because you are not doing a favour for them instead you are harming them, Please help us save the environment by saying “No” to littering.|
6:30am to 8:30am: Transportation
- Pick-up and drop locations include Calangute, Baga, Arpora, Candolim, Sinquerim and Nerul.
- For locations other than this, additional charges will be levied.
9:00 am to 10:00 am: Jeep Safari to waterfall
Ride in an open-jeep for around 45min to 1hr through Mollem National Park.
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM : Relax at the waterfall
Swim & get refreshed at the base of the waterfall while monkeys (langoors) keep you company. (life-jackets provided)
11:00AM to 12:00PM : Jeep Safari back to Mollem
Relax and regain your energy on your way back to Mollem for the next leg of your journey.
12:00pm to 12:30pm : Journey to Spice plantation
Make your way to Goa’s famous tropical spice plantation in the untouched/unpolluted village of Keri (Ponda)
12:30 PM to 2:30 PM: Time at the spice plantation
Take a guided tour of the spice plantation followed by Goan style buffet lunch (Veg/Non-Veg) and an elephant ride/shower (optional @700 per person/ride).
2:30PM to 4:00PM: Spice plantation to Old Goa
4:00pm to 5:00pm: Old Goa’s churches
Be enchanted by the Se’ Cathedral & Basilica of Bom Jesus which were built approximately 400 years ago and are now a part of UNESCO’s protected zones
5:00 to 5:30pm: Drop from Old Goa to hotel
Relax on your way back to your hotel as your trip comes to an end
1)There is no breakfast provided in Shared tour.
Is the trip to Dudhsagar Waterfalls a guided tour or can I go on my own?
A. Though a majority of the waterfall trips are guided you could opt for private tours as well.
What is the frequency of these trips?
A. Once a day.
What is the duration of this trip?
A. Your trip to Dudhsagar Waterfalls lasts for approximately an hour and 15 minutes.
What distance do we cover on foot on our way to the falls?
A. Approximately 4/5th of a mile.
Would I encounter any stairs, major hills or slopes on my way to the falls?
A. Nothing major, just a few gradual slopes and about 35 stairs grouped in sets of 4 to 5 accompanied by handrails.
Am I allowed to get a camera and/or video recorder along with me on this trip?
A. Yes, you can. The journey to the waterfall is as awe-inspiring as the waterfall itself, therefore keeping a camera/video recorder handy would be advisable.
Do I need to book this trip in advance?
A. It is advisable to book this trip in advance as you risk the chance of not getting a seat on the spot, due to the thousands of tourists that come to Goa all year round.
Is there anything in particular I need to wear for this trip?
A. Ideally, drip and dry material is best suited for this trip. It would be a smart idea to wear your swimsuit under your clothes to make quicker transitions through the different stages of the trip. Lastly, shoes or sandals that have a good grip are advisable while flip-flops are not.
Is there anything in particular I need to carry with me for this trip?
A. Nothing in particular, however the following items would make the trip more enjoyable for you – water, camera, sunscreen, insect repellent spray/ointment, a towel and a change of clothes.
How safe is the trip?
A. Our trips are designed to ensure everyone has their fare share of fun whilst giving the highest importance to safety.
Are children allowed on this trip?
Yes indeed they are. Our trained staff is well equipped to accommodate children of all ages provided they are accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.
Is the trip handicap-friendly?
A. The entrance to the waterfall is handicap accessible, however the cave tour is not due to the narrow natural cave passages and steps it is comprised off.
Is the trip stroller-friendly?
A. Because of the narrow passages and stairs, the cave trip is not stroller accessible. With respect to small children and infants, we suggest you use either back or front carriers; however these are not rented on-site. Please bear in mind certain portions of the caves have low ceilings.
Are old people or those with physical limitations allowed on this trip?
A. Our Canyon trip has been a massive hit with people who have a limp, a prosthetic leg, over 300 pounds as well as 80 years olds! However, that having been said, moderate balance and high energy levels are vital to hike successfully. If you have any concerns related to this, please feel free to call or email us and we’ll advise you on the trip that suits you best.
Will I Get Wet?
A. Only if you want to swim.
Does your staff speak English?
A. Yes, every member of our team speaks English, Hindi and Konkani.
What is maximum limit of people that can go on a trip?
We try and keep the size of our groups small so that our team of guides can give each member of the team personal attention. Small groups enable members to roam more freely and explore their surroundings with ease. These intimate sized groups ensure that your experience isn’t crowded by people.
Is it possible to join a trip late or leave early?
A. It is near impossible to join a trip after it has begun. Having said that, leaving a trip early is only possible if you make your own arrangements from the moment you decide to leave it. Costs associated with joining a trip early and leaving it early will have to be borne by you.
Is it safe?
A. Your well-being is our foremost priority and it is to this end that our trained staff constantly reviews each and every aspect of your trip and are well equipped to meet the demands of travelling in remote locations.
Do you entertain private departures for small groups?
A. Yes, we do. Private departures are offered to all kinds of groups ranging from couples, friends and families to organizations and clubs.
Is it possible for me to organise a private group on my own?
A. In the event that set departure dates do not suit you or you need items in your itinerary changed, we could manufacture a program to meet your travel interests. Though available to individuals and groups alike, quotes usually match the price on our brochure when a group consists of a minimum of 6 people. Bigger groups may be eligible for discounts while tailor-made holidays can be planned for friend-groups, families, friends, clubs, schools, corporates, charities and special interest groups.
What is included in my trip?
A. We aim to make sure that we include as many activities and associated facilities as possible so as to reduce extra expenses you may incur otherwise. Refer to your preferred trip’s individual page for detailed inclusions.
Can I expect any hidden costs or surcharge?
A. Owning most of the facilities through which we operate, means we include all transport, accommodation, most meals and most of the equipment in your basic trip-fee itself. On comparing our quality, staff, activities, amenities and daily rates with the market rates, it is safe to say you will get your money’s worth with us.
What is the best way to get additional information?
A. At your request, we can send across comprehensive information via post, email, telephone call or an online chat. Alternatively, you can browse our website as there is a dedicated page for every trip on it. Our wealth of knowledge and expertise ensure our regular clientele are either repeat customers or referred to by existing customers.
What is the best way to book or pay for a trip?
A. The two ways you can book or pay for a trip are either online via our website or at our office. On booking, comprehensive info on clothing, visas, equipment, vaccinations, etc. will be provided to prepare you for your adventure.
Is a tip included in the price or should we tip?
It is not included in the price. Having said that, it is completely left to your discretion, it isn’t expected, though gratuity is always appreciated.
If a trip is cancelled from your end what is the protocol?
A. In the event of unfavourable weather conditions, the trip may be cancelled from our end, in which case a 100% of the booking amount is refunded.
How do I share my experience at Atlantis Watersports with the world?
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