5 days, 4 nights

Your homestay in Goa is a very special place. It is an old heritage style Portuguese house dated back 150 years and lovingly resorted by an English couple. Being surrounded by forest and jungle and set in over an acre of land the house offers a glimpse into this beautiful old house and its surrounds. With its beautiful pool, extensive gardens and tree shaded yoga floor it is the perfect way to relax at the end of your holiday.


October – March


A$1350 per person twin share
A$2290 for Single Pax
* No fixed departure – price for twin share is based on minimum 2 people


05 Days, 04 Nights


  • Local beaches of Goa
  • Loutolim village – Goa’s most beautiful and historic villages
  • Panjim



Additional information

Day 1

Transfer from your hotel for your flight to Goa, Transfer to your guest house (approximately 45 minutes) which a restored Indo-Portuguese mansion house is dating back more than a hundred and fifty years.   Overnight Casa Susegard Guest House
Day 2-3

Days at leisure to explore the local beaches and area around Loutolim village in the heart of South Goa (where your guest house is situated). Loutolim is an ancient Brahmin village, predating by hundreds of years the Portuguese Era (1510-1961), it is justifiably described as one of Goa’s most beautiful and historic villages.

Only 20 minutes from the coast, less than an hour from the capital Panjim, and 20 minutes both from Ponda with its surrounding temples and spice plantations, and Margao, the bustling commercial centre of the South, Loutolim could not be better placed for exploring the whole of Southern and Central Goa –coastal and beautiful hinterland.

Day 4
Transfer to  to Panjim (approximately 1.5 hours).  Spend the day exploring Panjim the capital of Goa.    Overnight Panjim Inn.
Day 5
Transfer to airport for internal or international flight.


Four nights’ accommodation and 4 breakfasts
Transfers from Goa Airport and to Panjim


Personal expenditure such as drinks, laundry service and souvenirs
Tipping expenses
 Lunch and Dinner
 Entrance fees
 Compulsory insurance of any kind
Camera and video entry charges at local sights