The day starts with a drive across the vibrant state of Goa, passing through small villages, past bright paddy fields and swaying palms as we head to the local village Collem located at the foothills of Western Ghats to board the four wheel drive safari jeeps to take you to the magnificent Dudhsagar Waterfall where the waterfall appears like streams of milk rushing down the mountainside. The Konkani name Dudh Sagar for the falls, which literally translated means "sea of milk", derives from clouds of milky foam which rises up at the bottom of the falls. Swim in the cool clean pool water under the cascading streams. Lie down on a smooth rock or just sit under the shade of the trees and share the nuts with the cheeky monkeys who will also wait for the chance to relieve your hands of unwanted bananas.
Proceed to spice plantation. Abound in natural beauty plants have scientific classification and are categorized according to one’s psychological, aesthetic and spiritual needs. You will be welcomed in an Indian traditional manner with herbal tea followed by a guided tour of the plantation with a well-experienced guide. Wonder in the plantation; see how spices, coconuts, betel nuts and fruit grow. Enjoy a Goan buffet meal served on banana leaf.
Latter drive to the majestic historic city of Old Goa; the region that has been an official UNESCO Heritage site since 1986. A large number of amazing religious buildings with European architecture give Old Goa the name of “Rome of the East”. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Basilica of Bom Jesus, it is one the most famous buildings in Old Goa. The basilica holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier, the construction of the church started in 1594. The Basilica of Bom Jesus is one of the oldest churches in Goa and in India. Look across Se Cathedral, the most imposing of all churches at Old Goa. Dedicated to the Catherine of Alexandria, Se Cathedral is one of the ancient structures in Goa, which is classically Portuguese brick by brick. Representing the royal and imperial atmosphere of the bygone Portuguese era, Se Cathedral is an important attraction in Goa. Spread across a vast expanse, it is one of the largest churches in India. This Cathedral has 05 bells of which one is the famous Golden Bell.