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IRCTC Introduced New Tour Package from Visakhapatnam to Goa

The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation’s tourism wing, IRCTC Tourism, has announced a Goa tour package called “Gracious Goa with Hampi Tour.” Tourists would be able to go to sites like Hampi and Goa on the Bharat Darshan Tourist Train. This travel package is available to tourists from Telugu states. On February 12, 2022, this tourist train will depart Anakapalle. The railway travels through Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, stopping at key stations. The trip will come to a finish on February 18th. This is a six-night, seven-day tour.

On February 12th, the IRCTC Gracious Goa with Hampi Tour 2022 will begin. Tourists should take the train from Anakapalli, Visakhapatnam, Duvvada, Samarthkota Junction, Rajahmundry, Eluru, Vijayawada Junction, Khammam, Warangal, Kazipet, and Secunderabad Junction on the first day. Passengers board the Bharat Darshan Tourist Train on the second day at Kurnool and Guntakallu. You will go to Hemakunta Hill Temple, Vijaya Vithala, Hampi, and Sri Virupaksha Temple while you are there. We must then depart from Madgaon.

On day three, arrive in Madgaon. The Dona Paula Mandovi River Cruise is available for tourists to take on their own money. Goa is a great place to stay for the night. Goa will be visited on the fourth day for sightseeing. Vagator Beach, Fort Aguada, and other tourist attractions Goa is a great place to stay for the night. Mangesh Temple, Sri Shantadurga Temple, and Kolwa Beach will be visited on the fifth day.

The return journey begins from there. On the sixth day, tourists will travel to Guntakal Junction, Kurnool City, Secunderabad Junction, Kazipet Junction, Warangal, Khammam, Vijayawada Junction, Eluru, and Rajahmundry, Samarthkota Junction, Tuni, Duvvada, Visakhapatnam, and Anakapalli.

The regular package for the IRCTC Gracious Goa with Hampi Tour is Rs 6,620, while the Comfort package costs Rs 8,090. The regular plan includes sleeper class travel, while the comfort package includes lodging, tea, coffee, breakfast, lunch, and supper in a third AC vehicle, as well as site seeing in a non-AC vehicle.

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