Experience Goa India
07 Nights & 08 Days
Fare starting from: £1150.00 per person
Located 3 km from Vizhinjam Marine Aquarium, Turtle On The Beach offers rooms overlooking the Arabian Sea. An Ayurvedic spa and pool are provided.
Modern rooms feature wooden accents with traditional Indian touches. Spectacular views can be enjoyed from the balcony, fitted with an outdoor seating area. A DVD player and flat-screen TV are provided in each room.
Guests can pamper themselves with a traditional Indian beauty treatment or get a tan at the sun terrace. The hotel’s tour desk assists with sightseeing arrangements. Watersports facilities are available at the beach.
Four eateries await guests of the hotel including Rumours Coffee Shop and Centre Point café. The poolside Catamaram restaurant offers international cuisine.
The hotel is within 18 km from Poovar Market and Thiruvananthapuram Airport.
This is our guests' favourite part of Kovalam, according to independent reviews.
- Self declaration from the guest at the time of reservation on travel history of past 28 days.
- No sickness such as fever, persistent cough, sore throat, dysentery.
- On arrival guest temperature logged by non contact thermometer, hand sanitiser placed at the entrance, disposable masks to be provided if guests is not wearing one .
- No contact with front desk or housekeeping staff all communication through what’s app or text messages Contact-less check-in and check-in Allotted Room quarantined as per health department protocol.
- Check-out room quarantined 24 hours post check out.
- All linen collected in separate laundry bag and washed.
- Food served in Disposable packets to the door front.
- AC to be maintained at 25 or 26 degree C as per health directive.
- Usage of restaurant, swimming pool, gym and other common areas not permitted .Hand sanitiser placed in guest room for frequent interval use by guest Watch the sun sink in the sea as you settle comfortably in one of the wide range of premium rooms available at our 5-Star resort in Kovalam - Turtle On The Beach. These rooms and Suites at Kovalam Resort, facing the sea, provide you with the perfect opportunity to align yourself with nature and immerse yourself in the warm ocean air.
The rooms at our resort in Kovalam are categorised as Turtle on the Beach. Each of these categories has three types of rooms. Each room is designed and decorated in subtle and warm colour tones to emanate an aura of relaxation and peace.
- Return Flight from London to Goa.
- 07 Nights Hotel in Bali (05 Star) Turtle on the Beach or Similar.
- Board Basis : Breakfast.
- Excursions on demand (On Discounted Fares).
- Deposit option available pay minimum £50.00 per person and rest in instalment.
- Fly Now Pay later option also available.
- ATOL protected.
- Baggage 23 kgs per person.
- Return Transfers (Shared or Private).
- Tours & Excursions
- Car Hire
- Travel Insurance
- Airline Seat Arrangement
- 15th January 2021 to 31ST March 2021 & 15th April to 31st May 2021
Goa is a state in western India with coastlines stretching along the Arabian Sea. Its long history as a Portuguese colony prior to 1961 is evident in its preserved 17th-century churches and the area’s tropical spice plantations. Goa is also known for its beaches, ranging from popular stretches at Baga and Palolem to those in laid-back fishing villages such as Agonda.
Goa’s biggest draw is undoubtedly its virtually uninterrupted string of golden-sand beaches. This coastline stretches along the Arabian Sea from the tip to the toe of the state, and each beach community has developed its own personality and reputation since the hippie days of the '60s. They cater to every tropical whim: choose from backpacker Arambol or bolder, brasher Baga; the palm-fringed sands of Palolem, hippie market bliss at Anjuna or lovely, laid-back Mandrem; expansive groomed sands in front of fancy five-star resorts or hidden crescent coves, where the only footprints will be the scuttling crabs' and your own.
Want to top up your Zen as well as your tan? Welcome to winter in Goa where yoga is king and the crop of spiritual activities grows more bountiful each year: sunrise yoga sessions on the beach, reiki healing courses, meditation, and just about every other form of spiritual exploration, are all practised freely. Many travellers come here for a serious yoga experience and you'll find everything from drop-in classes to teaching training courses and spiritual retreats.
The Spice of Life
Food is enjoyed fully in Goa, as it is throughout India. The scents, spices and flavours of Goa’s cuisine will surprise and tantalise even seasoned travellers: whether it's a classic fish curry rice, a morning bhali-pau (bread roll dipped in curry), a piquant vindalho, with its infusions of wine vinegar and garlic, or a spicy xacuti sauce, the Indo-Portuguese influence is a treat for the taste buds. While you're here, visit a back-country spice farm to learn why the Portuguese were so excited about Goa.
Goa stands out in India for its Portuguese colonial architecture and heritage. The Portuguese arrived in Goa in 1510, lured by the exotic East and the promise of lucrative spice routes, before being booted out in 1961. Their indelible mark is still evident in the state’s baroque architecture, whitewashed churches, crumbling forts, colourful Catholic ceremonies, mournful fado music and the stunning cathedrals of Old Goa.