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BOTTOM FISHING

 

Pick up from your hotel post lunch and drive in a Non-A/C Car to the Boat Jetty. The vessel will then sail you past Coco Beach and drop anchor where you would get a panoramic view of the Central Jail of Goa which is homed within the Majestic Fort Aguada built by the Portuguese. While the crew on board help you with fishing rods, baits and other allied equipment you can sip on some beer or mineral water onboard. As the sun begins to set you sail back to the Boat Jetty and drive back to your hotel.

 

TRAWLING FISHING

 

Leave your hotel by 02.30pm{approx} and take a drive in our Cab for 20 mins. When you approach the Boat Jetty fasten your fishing gear provided by the Boat Operator and get set to catch some Red Snappers, Gropers, Cobia, Salmons, Baracudas etc. Sip on some beer and admire the Millionaires Palace overlooking the Fort Aguada which also is the Central Jail of Goa. When the sun begins to set sail back to the jetty and your Cab driver would drop you to hotel.

 

TRIP INCLUDES: journey by Car, Beer, Mineral Water, Soft Drinks, Fishing Gear, Baits.

 

CRAB CATCHING

 

Pick up from your hotel and drive to the Boat Jetty. You would be provided with Crab catching nets and baits , Lay back at the back waters and enjoy an amazing view with beautiful species of birds and bats at the black waters,

 

You will be provided with Beer, Mineral water and Soft drinks during your trip and you will enjoy a Crab Dinner to lighten up your eveining.

 

 

 

Cost per person (INR)
Rs.1300
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Date Everyday
Where Goa
Duration 3.30 Hours
Difficulty Easy
Capacity 50 Seats
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7838984471, 9718341991, 01142156013
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