A beach is a geological form of land comprising of loose particles like gravel, sand, pebbles, shingles, cobble or even fragments of shells along the water body's shoreline. Beaches are present along the coastal areas where current or wave actions collect and rework the sediments. Beaches are also present along the border of the land along a river or a lake which is subjected to erosion brought by rainfall.
It is not necessary that beaches will be found in conjunction with salt water only. Seashore is also a type of beach but it is usually associated with the word "beach". There are various types of beaches which include tropical beaches, exotic beaches, romantic beaches, marine life beaches, family beaches, exotic beaches etc. Let's throw some more light on the term tropical beaches.
Arrive at the commercial capital of India and check in. Rest of the day free for leisure.
Day 02 - Goa
Fly to Goa - the exotic tropical beach destination. Day free to walk around the beaches of Goa.
Day 03 - Goa
Sightseeing tour of Panjim for its beautiful churches and cathedrals. Take a boat cruise on Mandovi River.
Day 04 - Goa
Day completely at discretion in the tropical paradise known as Goa.
Day 05 - Goa
The whole day free to relax on the pristine beaches of Goa.
Day 06 - Goa
The whole day on your own.
Day 07 - Mumbai
Board the flight back to Mumbai. Arrive and check in at hotel. Evening at leisure.
Day 08 - Mumbai / Departure
Half day trip to Elephanta cave island for astonishing ancient sculptures. Later during the day visit notable attractions of the city which include Dhobi Ghat, Crawford market, Marine drive and old mansions of Colaba area. At appropriate time you will be transferred to International airport to board the flight back to your country.
The groundwork that goes into the planning of an India Tour is actually more elaborate than the tour itself. India Tours are relatively easy and relaxing, and no matter where you go, there is no demand and restriction on your time and energy.