Goan Taxi Service
We are a fully licenced and insured taxi company offering an excellent competitively priced service in North Goa. Our aim is to ensure you have a chauffeur driven taxi service so you are free to sit back and enjoy your holiday knowing you are travelling in a tourist approved vehicle without the hassle of bargaining every day or being taken to places you do not want to go to Read More..
We offer a taxi service that is fully authorised and has been approved by the Goan Tourist Board. All our drivers have a taxi driver licence and know all the roads well. We offer fixed day rates so you can enjoy your day out whilst your driver looks after the vehicle and any items you may wish to leave in the vehicle whilst you are on the beach, sightseeing or stopping for lunch and a refreshing drink. It is just like having your own hire car but the driving is done for you allowing you to relax and enjoy your holiday in Goa. Read More..
When hiring a bike in Goa its best to make sure its has been approved by the Goan Tourist Board. All tourist registered vehicle have a special yellow number plate. If or when you are stopped by the police on a local bike as a tourist you are liable to fined for incorrect bike and documents. Read More..
Places To Visit
There are many great places in North Goa to visit. We have put together some of these places that we and are customers have enjoyed. We hope you find them of interest too. Read More..
THINGS TO DO
At HAMPI archaeologists continue to unravel the history of the 14th century Capital City of one of the greatest Hindu Empires in India. Travel by train to Karnataka to witness for yourself the incredible ruins spread over an area of more than 26 square kilometers.
TIGER AND ELEPHANT
Take the train to Karnataka and meet some of the great animals of India. You can visit the elephant training camp and the tiger and lion reserves and also see different types of living, the people in their villages and the bamboo forest.
A truly exclusive overnight excursion. Known as the "Floating Palace" this is a wooden houseboat with modern facilities and toilets. Cruise up the Mandovi River, past the capital to where the river meets the sea.
A 2-day trip staying in Shanti, a tiny hamlet located within the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary. Take in a village tour, jungle walk, yoga and Hindu temple. The highlight is the ride on the elephant. There's also the chance to bathe the elephants in the river.
The Dudhsagar Waterfall is located 60 kms from Panjim. Take a taxi from your hotel and ride through the paddy fields, small villages and swaying palm plantations to your destination.
A 4x4 vehicle transfer takes you on a drive through the tropical forest, fording and crossing streams on the Goa border with Karnataka. A short walk takes you to the bottom of the waterfall. Take bananas to feed the monkeys on the way!
Enjoy your day lazing in the crystal clear pools or swinging in a hammock.
Crocodile spotting in Goa carries with it a notion of adventure yet on board a boat you can forget about the dangers of the crocodiles and thrive in the glory of pure natural beauty. As you ride through the waters on "Jake the Snake's" boat you can rest assured the crocodiles are peaceful and harmless and used to human presence.
Hidden away from the tourist hotspots of Goa is a huge spice plantation that produces many of Goa's fantastic aromatic spices. At the plantation you will either make your way over the river by bridge or by boat depending on the season. You will be welcomed with a cup of herbal tea. A guide will take you on a tour of the plantation and explain about all the spices and plants you discover. There is a chance to see a kingfisher or two dive into the water, watch the monkeys playing and watch one of the staff climb the trees and swing from tree to tree to collect the fruit. You will be served lunch in the open air restaurant. A very tasty meal served on a banana leaf.