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The cultural and plantation tour of Goa

THE CULTURE AND FLAVOURS OF GOA AND A TOUR OF THE PLANTATIONS

Port Mormugao • Level of difficulties Easy • Type Sightseeing, Cultural, Meal included • Price Adults € • Duration in hours 6 • Shore cursion code

Description

Goa is synonymous with the sand and sea, but it also conceals a cultural side which we mustn’t overlook. So why not discover the numerous places of historic and religious interest, the secrets of the spice plantations and the local flavours.

What we will see

• Se Cathedral
• Basilica of Bom Jesus
• Shri Nageshi Temple
• Spice plantation
• Traditional lunch

What we will do

• Our excursion will start with a visit to two churches: the first is one of the largest churches in the city, Se Cathedral – dedicated to Saint Catherine – and the second is the Basilica of Bom Jesus, which was built by the Jesuits in the 16th century and is home to the remains of Saint Francis Xavier. These are kept in a marble mausoleum and displayed to the public once every ten years.
• After visiting the churches, we will head to the Shri Nageshi temple, an 18th-century temple with its own unique, classic elegance. It is dedicated to Shiva.
• At this point, there is something truly unique in store for us as we discover the secrets of spice cultivation at the Spice plantations and enjoy a traditional lunch after the tour.

What you need to know

• We recommend wearing comfortable shoes.
• Dress code that is appropriate for the places of worship to be visited is recommended: shoulder and knee must be covered.
• Shoes must be removed and socks must be worn to visit the temple.
• It is not permitted to take photos or videos inside the temple.
• Places on this excursion are limited. We recommend booking early.
• This excursion is not recommended to guests with mobility problems.
• In case of events or religious celebrations the visit of church or monuments will be done only by outside.
• Due to road works along the route the return of the excursion could be delayed.

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OLD GOA AND THE CAPITAL, PANJIM

Port Mormugao • Level of difficulties Easy • Type Cultural, Shopping • Price Adults € • Duration in hours 5.5 • Shore excursion code

Description

Goa is mostly famous for its stunning beaches but there is also a side to it offering great historic and cultural interest. We will find it in Old Goa where we can admire the beautiful Basilica of Bom Jesus, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and in the capital, Panjim, which still retains traces of Portuguese architecture.

What we will see

• Shantadurga Hindu Temple
• Se Cathedral
• Basilica of Bom Jesus
• Fontainhas Latin quarter
• Panjim

What we will do

• Our excursion to the old part of Goa starts with a visit to the Shantadurga Hindu temple, which gives off a serene aura with its brown, white and peach exterior.
• Then we will visit two churches: firstly, Se Cathedral, which is dedicated to Saint Catherine and is one of the largest in the city, secondly, the Basilica of Bom Jesus, which was built by the Jesuits in the 16th century and is home to the remains of Saint Francis Xavier. These are kept in a marble mausoleum and displayed to the public once every ten years.
• After we have visited the churches, we enjoy a pleasant stroll through the Latin quarter of Fontainhas – with its distinctively Portuguese charm – where we can admire the church and the old Portuguese-style houses.
• Finally, we head to the capital Panjim, where we can admire the old houses with the pretty balconies and blinds so typical of Portuguese Goa. We can also enjoy some free time to do some shopping there before returning to the ship.

What you need to know

• We recommend wearing comfortable shoes.
• Dress code that is appropriate for the places of worship to be visited is recommended: shoulder and knee must be covered.
• Shoes must be removed and socks must be worn to visit the temple.
• It is not permitted to take photos or videos inside the temple.
• Places on this excursion are limited. We recommend booking early.
• This excursion is not recommended to guests with mobility problems.
• In case of events or religious celebrations the visit of church or monuments will be done only by outside.?

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OVERLAND FROM MUMBAI TO MUMBAI, VISIT TAJ MAHAL (Double Room)

Port Bombay/Mumbai • Level of difficulties Difficult • Type Sightseeing, Jeep 4-Wheel-Drive ATV, Cultural, Shopping, Meal included • Price Adults € • Duration in hours 33 Hrs • Shore excursion code

Description


A unique opportunity to spend a day in the heart of the Indian subcontinent, to discover the wonders of this fascinating country. We admire the magnificent Taj Mahal in Agra, we see the local way of living and savor the best of local cuisine. Additionally, we stay in some of the most luxurious hotels in India.

What we will see

• Panoramic tour of Mumbai
• Moghlai dinner
• Agra: Taj Mahal
• Photostop at Agra Fort

What we will do

• After a panoramic tour of Mumbai we travel to New Delhi by plane, where a luxurious hotel awaits us.
• We transfer to Agra by bus.
• The evening has a delightful surprise in store for us: a Moghlai dinner served at the hotel.
• The next day we visit the monument that every tourist in the world should see at least once in their life: the Taj Mahal , universally renowned as a jewel of Islamic art and one of the seven wonders of the modern world.
• We leave Agra and head for Delhi by coach with a photo stop at the 16th century ruins of Agra Fort , a UNESCO world Heritage site, which encircles the Imperial city of the Mogul emperors with 2 km of red sandstone walls.
• After we proceed to the airport.
• We leave Delhi and take a flight to Mumbai

What you need to know

• This tour is for guests with flights after 11 pm.
• Places on this excursion are limited. We recommend booking early.
• In order to take part in this excursion it is necessary to have your passport with you, together with a tourist visa to enter India as required when boarding the vessel.
• During the visit to the Taj Mahal you will be provided with shoe covers to wear over your normal footwear.
• Sharp objects, cigarette lighters, video cameras and large bags are not permitted inside the Taj Mahal.
• Light meals will be served during the flights and train journeys.
• Should it be necessary to pay for the right to use cameras and/or video equipment, this is not included in the price of the excursion and must be paid in local currency (the tour guide can help you if you need to change currency).
• This excursion is conducted mainly on foot, it is therefore recommended to wear comfortable shoes.
• This excursion is not recommended for guests with mobility problems.

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Mumbai tour 6

GOOD MORNING MUMBAI!

Port Bombay/Mumbai • Level of difficulties Moderate • Type Sightseeing, Cultural • Price Adults € • Duration in hours 3.5 Hrs. • Shore excursion code

Description

This tour, at the day break, will give you a deep insight into the morning life of Mumbai. You will have an amazing experience during a ride in the local train – the life line of Mumbai, the visit of the bustling wholesale flower and vegetable market and a visit to ISKON temple to witness and participate in the vibrant morning prayer ritual – ‘Arti’.

What we will see

• Train ride in the local train
• flower and vegetable market
• ISKON temple to witness and participate in the vibrant morning prayer ritual

What we will do

• Early hours of the day are a rendezvous with the surreal Mumbai. This mercurial character of the city, when observed in the wee hours of the morning is quite unique in that you experience the underbelly of this magnificent city and understand what makes it tick. To know Mumbai, experience a local train journey is a must and will introduce you to the true Mumbaikar culture.
• You will board the train from Church Gate for Dadar station where you would also get to see how multi-lingual newspapers are assorted and distributed with 100% accuracy.
• Our next stop will be the flower market. Flowers are an integral part of Indian way of life. In fact, in most Indian homes, the day start with lighting of traditional lamps and worshiping with flowers. Flowers are brought to Dadar wholesale market from various parts of the state.
• At the vegetable and fruit market, truckloads of vegetables and fruits, arrive from various sources across the state, are downloaded and are moved by head loads and hand crafts. You can see customers haggle and bargain for the best deal.
• Our last stop will then be taken at ISKON temple (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) where you can follow the morning ‘Arti’ (religious ritual with lamps and music). The atmosphere is so vibrant and electrifying that you will feel elevated to a higher plane and would get tempted to join the rituals and dance. In fact, the temple management encourages interested visitors to join the ritual and dances, which many do happily.

What you need to know

• The tour will start around 5.30 am from the pier, you will have the chance to join breakfast on board after the tour, as well to join tours departing during the day.
• Please check with our Tour Office on board our several offers and the related departure times.

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HALF DAY CITY TOUR OF MUMBAI

Port Bombay/Mumbai • Level of difficulties Easy • Type Sightseeing, Cultural • Price Adults € • Duration in hours 5 Hrs. • Shore excursion code

Description

The ideal excursion for those who wish to embark on a journey into the heart of Mumbai and explore the places that are fundamental for an understand this fascinating city.

What we will see

• Panoramic tour by bus, passing by: Asiatic Society Library, Marina Drive, Parsi Towers of Silence, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, University of Mumbai, Prince of Wales Museum
• Girgaum Iskcon Temple
• Hanging Gardens and Kamla Nehru Park
• Dhobi Gat (photo stop)
• Mani Bhavan Museum
• St. Thomas Cathedral
• Gateway of India (photo stop)

What we will do

• We leave the port by coach and head for the Girgaum Iskcon Temple, passing by a few of the city’s main attractions: The Asiatic Society Library, once home to the city hall, and the Marina Drive coastal road, also known as the “Queen’s Necklace” because of its street lights that look like a pearl necklace when lit up at night.
• After viewing the sumptuous temple, we visit the Hanging gardens and the Kamla Nehru park from where we can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the city.
• We pass the Parsi Towers of Silence, a sacred place for the Parsi community and therefore inaccessible to other people and we observe the Dhobi Gat, an open-air washhouse still used today by locals despite the advent of washing machines.
• We visit the Mani Bhavan Museum, which was the residence of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation, when he lived in Mumbai between 1917 and 1934.
• We then return to our coach and head for the St. Thomas Cathedral. Along the journey we can watch the interesting sights of the business quarters in the south of the city with several monuments dating back to the British colonial era including the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus once known as the Victoria Terminus, the University of Mumbai, the Supreme Court Building and the Prince of Wales Museum, an imposing and unusual building topped with a magnificent white dome.
• Before returning to the port stop briefly to take photographs of the symbol of the city: the Gateway of India.

What you need to know

• Places on this excursion are limited. We recommend booking early.
• We recommend wearing comfortable shoes.
• Dress code that is appropriate for the places of worship to be visited is recommended.
• In order to take photos or film videos within the Prince of Wales Museum, you must purchase the necessary tickets.

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CITY TOUR OF MUMBAI

Port Bombay/Mumbai • Level of difficulties Easy • Type Sightseeing, Cultural • Price Adults € • Duration in hours – 5 Hrs. • Shore excursion code

Description

The ideal excursion for those who wish to embark on a journey into the heart of Mumbai and explore the places that are fundamental for an understand this fascinating city.

What we will see

• Panoramic tour by bus, passing by: Asiatic Society Library, Marina Drive, Parsi Towers of Silence, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, University of Mumbai, Prince of Wales Museum
• Girgaum Iskcon Temple
• Hanging Gardens and Kamla Nehru Park
• Dhobi Gat (photo stop)
• Mani Bhavan Museum
• St. Thomas Cathedral
• Gateway of India (photo stop)

What we will do

• We leave the port by coach and head for the Girgaum Iskcon Temple, passing by a few of the city’s main attractions: The Asiatic Society Library, once home to the city hall, and the Marina Drive coastal road, also known as the “Queen’s Necklace” because of its street lights that look like a pearl necklace when lit up at night.
• After viewing the sumptuous temple, we visit the Hanging gardens and the Kamla Nehru park from where we can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the city.
• We pass the Parsi Towers of Silence, a sacred place for the Parsi community and therefore inaccessible to other people and we observe the Dhobi Gat, an open-air washhouse still used today by locals despite the advent of washing machines.
• We visit the Mani Bhavan Museum, which was the residence of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation, when he lived in Mumbai between 1917 and 1934.
• We then return to our coach and head for the St. Thomas Cathedral. Along the journey we can watch the interesting sights of the business quarters in the south of the city with several monuments dating back to the British colonial era including the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus once known as the Victoria Terminus, the University of Mumbai, the Supreme Court Building and the Prince of Wales Museum, an imposing and unusual building topped with a magnificent white dome.
• Before returning to the port stop briefly to take photographs of the symbol of the city: the Gateway of India.

What you need to know

• Places on this excursion are limited. We recommend booking early.
• We recommend wearing comfortable shoes.
• Dress code that is appropriate for the places of worship to be visited is recommended.
• In order to take photos or film videos within the Prince of Wales Museum, you must purchase the necessary tickets.

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THE CAVE TEMPLES OF ELEPHANTA ISLAND

Port Bombay/Mumbai • Level of difficulties Moderate • Type Sightseeing, Cultural, Drink included • Price Adults € • Duration in hours 5 Hrs. • Shore excursion code

Description

An adventurous tour to the caves of Elephanta Island, where we can admire the bas-relief statues sculpted in stone that recount Indian myths and legends, the perfect excursion for those who wish to learn more about the Hindu religion.

What we will see

• Elephanta Island
• Elephanta Caves
• Gateway of India

What we will do

• We leave the port by coach and head towards the Gateway of India where we board the ferry that takes us to the cave temples of Elephanta island.
• When we reach the island, we have to walk for about 20 minutes or take a 5 minute train ride to where the caves are located and then climb up 120 steps to the entrance of the caves.
• In the caves we can admire the temples carved out of the rock that date back to the 8th century AD. The bas-relief statues that are sculpted in the stone are brought to life as the guides recount the Indian myths and legends that animate them. The cave carvings are centred around the life of Shiva the destroyer. The most impressive ones, however, are dedicated to the Trimurti of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva: the creator, the preserver and the destroyer.
• We return to the Gateway of India by ferry and then board the coach which takes us back to the ship.

What you need to know

• The ferry boat crossing to Elephanta Island takes approximately 1 hour.
• There is only one train to the Elephanta caves; in the unlikely event that it is not running we have to walk for 20-25 minutes before we can climb the 120 steps to the entrance to the caves. The same applies on the way back. Comfortable shoes with rubber soles are therefore recommended.
• Places on this excursion are limited. We recommend booking early.
• You need to be physically fit to take part in this excursion.
• This excursion is not recommended for guests with mobility problems.

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THE ELEPHANTA CAVES AND THE CITY OF MUMBAI

THE ELEPHANTA CAVES AND THE CITY OF MUMBAI

Port Bombay/Mumbai • Level of difficulties Moderate • Type Sightseeing, Nature excursion, Cultural, Meal included • Price Adults • Duration in hours 8.5 Hrs. • Shore excursion code

Description

The ideal excursion for those who wish to embark on a journey into the heart of the Hindu religion and explore the places that are fundamental for an understand of this fascinating city, complete with a visit to the caves on the island of Elephanta.What we will see
• Gateway of India (photo stop)
• Elephanta Caves
• Lunch
• Panoramic drive by bus: Prince of Wales Museum, Jehangir Art Gallery, University of Mumbai, High Court Building, Rajabai Clock Tower, Marina Drive, Chowpatty Beach, Hanging Gardens, Parsi Towers of Silence, Chatrapati Shivaji, Asiatic Society Library
• Dhobi Ghat (photo stop)
• Mani Bhavan Museum

What we will do

• We leave the port by coach and head to the Gateway of India where we board a motor boat for Elephanta island.
• When we reach the island, we take a 5 minute train ride or, if the train is not running, a 20 minute walk to a point below the caves from where 120 steps lead us to the entrance of the caves.
• The caves, which date back to the 8thcentury AD, contain incredible sculptures depicting scenes from Indian mythology. Our guide illustrates the hidden story behind every sculpture, the most impressive of which is without doubt the one depicting the trilogy of Brahma (The Creator), Vishnu (The Preserver) and Shiva (The Destroyer).
• At the end of the visit our boat takes us back to the Gateway of India, where we proceed to the restaurant.
• After lunch, we set off to explore Mumbai’s most important sites. Walking through the city, we’ll see the Prince of Wales Museum with its enormous dome which is said to have been inspired by the Gol Gumbaz in Bijapur, and the Jehangir Art Gallery. We then pass by the University of Mumbai and the Supreme Court Building and head for the Rajabai Clock Tower, designed by a British architect and modelled on Big Ben in London. A short distance from Chowpatty beach we stop to admire Marina Drive, also known as the “Queen’s Necklace”, a long coastal road that earned its nickname because at night its street lights look like a pearl necklace. Our visit proceeds past the Jain Temple and the Hanging Gardens up to Dhobi Ghat: an enormous open-air washhouse where there is an incessant flurry of washing by hand, a custom that is still popular among locals despite the advent of modern washing machines. We stop briefly in this area to take photos, a perfect opportunity to take a picture of the Parsi Towers of Silence, a sacred place for the Parsi community and therefore inaccessible to other people.
• The next stop is the Mani Bhavan museum, once the residence of the “Father of the Nation” Mahatma Ghandi who lived in Mumbai from 1917 to 1934.
• Finally, before returning to the port, we pass Chatrapati Shivaji, the old railway station and the city’s most imposing Gothic building, and the Asiatic Society Library.

What you need to know

• There is only one train to the Elephanta caves; in the unlikely event that it is not running we have to walk for 20-25 minutes before we can climb the 120 steps to the entrance to the caves. The same applies on the way back. Comfortable shoes with rubber soles are therefore recommended.
• Places on this excursion are limited. We recommend booking early.
• You need to be physically fit to take part in this excursion.
• This excursion is not recommended for guests with mobility problems.

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OVERLAND FROM MUMBAI TO MARMUGAO, VISIT TAJ MAHAL (Double Room)

Port Bombay/Mumbai • Level of difficulties Difficult • Type Sightseeing, Jeep 4-Wheel-Drive ATV, Cultural, Shopping, Meal included • Price Adults € • Duration in hours 33 • Shore excursion code

Description

A unique opportunity to spend a day in the heart of the Indian subcontinent, to discover the wonders of this fascinating country. We admire the magnificent Taj Mahal in Agra, we see the local way of living and savor the best of local cuisine. Additionally, we stay in some of the most luxurious hotels in India.

What we will see

• Panoramic tour of Mumbai
• Moghlai dinner
• Agra: Taj Mahal
• Photostop at Agra Fort

What we will do

• After a panoramic tour of Mumbai we travel to New Delhi by plane, where a luxurious hotel awaits us. We transfer to Agra by bus.
• The evening has a delightful surprise in store for us: a Moghlai dinner served at the hotel. The next day we visit the monument that every tourist in the world should see at least once in their life: the Taj Mahal , universally renowned as a jewel of Islamic art and one of the seven wonders of the modern world.
• We leave Agra and head for Delhi by coach with a photo stop at the 16th century ruins of Agra Fort , a UNESCO world Heritage site, which encircles the Imperial city of the Mogul emperors with 2 km of red sandstone walls.
• After we proceed to the airport. We leave Delhi and take a flight to Marmugao

What you need to know

• Places on this excursion are limited.We recommend booking early.
• In order to take part in this excursion it is necessary to have your passport with you, together with a tourist visa to enter India as required when boarding the vessel.
• During the visit to the Taj Mahal you will be provided with shoe covers to wear over your normal footwear. Sharp objects, cigarette lighters, video cameras and large bags are not permitted inside the Taj Mahal. Light meals will be served during the flights and train journeys.
• Should it be necessary to pay for the right to use cameras and/or video equipment, this is not included in the price of the excursion and must be paid in local currency (the tour guide can help you if you need to change currency).
• This excursion is conducted mainly on foot, it is therefore recommended to wear comfortable shoes.
• This excursion is not recommended for guests with mobility problems.

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THE BEST OF MUMBAI

THE BEST OF MUMBAI

Port Bombay/Mumbai • Level of difficulties Difficult • Type Cultural, Shopping, Meal included • Price Adults € • Duration in hours 7 Hrs. • Shore excursion code

Description

Discover the many faces of Mumbai! Learn more about its history from the Fort district and from its imposing buildings and learn about local customs while we mingle with residents at the market and watch the faithful at prayer in the small and characteristic temples.

What we will see

• Asiatic Society Library
• Flora Fountain
• Horniman Circle
• St. Thomas Cathedral
• General Post Office Building
• High Court Building
• University of Mumbai
• Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
• Dobhi Ghat, Cuffe Parade
• Gateway of India
• Crawford Market
• Banganga tank and Walkeshwar temple complex

What we will do

• We begin our tour at the Fort district where, despite the name, there is no fort today but only breathtakingly beautiful buildings of great historical importance.
• We begin our walking tour at the Asiatic Society Library, which was once the city hall. We arrive at the Flora Fountain, the graceful stone fountain dedicated to the Roman goddess, passing by the Horniman Circle, the park inaugurated in 1869 with an ornamental wrought iron fence enclosing magnificent gardens. We proceed with St. Thomas Cathedral which we visit only from the outside, and then head towards the General Post Office Building, the Supreme Court Building and finally the University of Mumbai, which we visit from the outside.
• At the end of this part of the excursion, we visit a typical Indian example of Victorian Gothic architecture: the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, built in 1837 and christened Victoria Terminus, to commemorate the Jubilee of the British Queen.
• From here we move on to the Dobhi Ghat at Cuffe Parade
• Our last stop before lunch is at the Gateway of India, the symbol of Mumbai, and the only entrance to the city before the advent of aeroplanes. Built to celebrate King George and Queen Mary’s visit to India in 1911, this imposing 26-metre-high arch situated opposite the Taj Mahal Hotel is an unmissable point of reference for those who arrive at the city by ship.
• After lunch at a hotel, we can do some shopping at the Crawford Market. Caught between two worlds, the Fort district and the narrow streets of the old city, the market probably represents the last outpost of British Bombay, as it explicitly recalls Victorian London with its smell of hay and its 15-metre-high awnings.
• Lastly, we visit the Banganga tank and the Walkeshwar Temple Complex.

What you need to know


• Dress code that is appropriate for the places of worship to be visited is recommended.
• You need to be physically fit to take part in this excursion.
• This excursion is not recommended for guests with mobility problems.
• The excursion involves lots of walking, it is therefore recommended to wear comfortable shoes.
• Places on this excursion are limited. We recommend booking early.

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