Wisdom Of India

The only excursion that gives you an opportunity to visit four different religions, Explore the Northern part of Goa, Visit the Caves at Harvelem. These caves are from the 16th Century locally known as Pandava caves. They have long been thought to be of Buddhist origin, with the Linga installed in the four shrines after the decline of Buddhism but this is not altogether certain and they may have been Brahminical from the start. They are excavated into the laterite hill consisting of two major caves and a residential chamber. Close to this you will also visit the Harvelem Waterfalls, which cascades down from the mountains, from a height of 25metres, is one of the amazing waterfalls in Goa. Unlike other waterfalls there are stairs built so that one can actually go near the head of the fall to witness the scenic view. In its vicinity you would site the Rudreshwar temple. The temple holds importance for the Hindus who believe in releasing the soul on the 12th day after death.

Later proceed to Old Goa, Chapel of Our Lady of the Mount. This chapel is situated on a hill. It was build after the victory of Portuguese nobleman Alfonso de Albuquerque over Adil Shah. This Chapel was restored to his past glory in 2001. The chapel is brightly white washed. You can see the entire view of Old Goa. You also get a view of Divar and Chorao islands and the Mandovi River.

Proceed to capital city – Panjim where you will be served with a buffet Lunch. Post Lunch, drive to Betim to visit Gurudwara. Goa has very few Gurudwara temples. Gurudwara are mainly the religious centers of Sikh people of Sikhism religion.

The tour ends with the visit to Jain temple. During the pre-Portuguese period, there were settlements of the Jain trading community in areas like Bandoda, Gujirwada in Kudne, Kothambi and Narve, which disappeared during Portuguese rule. There are ruins of three Jain temples belonging to Vijayanagar period. The first Jain Basti of Neminath is from Bandivade of Ponda taluka. The other two Jain temples located in Cudnem and Jainkot area of Narve belong to the Vijayanagar period.


  • All Drinks on direct payment.
  • Tourists visiting Temples & Churches to dress decently, failing which entry to temple & church will not be allowed.
  • Clients have to remove their shoes while entering the Temple.
  • Operation of the tour is subject to weather conditions.
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