|Per Night Tariff (1 Night(s)) In (INR) |
Valid From 01-April-2018 To 31-May-2018 [Except Long Weekend / Public Holidays]
|Room Type||Occupancy||Meal Plan||Weekday/ |
|Standard Room (AC)||2||Breakfast||Sun-Thu||---||2250||1000||700||18%|
|Standard Room - Balcony (AC)||2||Breakfast||Sun-Thu||---||2500||1000||700||18%|
|Deluxe Non-Pool View (AC)||2||Breakfast||Sun-Thu||---||3000||1000||700||18%|
|Deluxe Pool View (AC)||2||Breakfast||Sun-Thu||---||3200||1000||700||18%|
|Executive / Family Suite (AC)||2||Breakfast||Sun-Thu||7500||1000||700||18%|
|Standard Room (AC)||2||Breakfast||Fri-Sat||---||2450||1000||700||18%|
|Standard Room - Balcony (AC)||2||Breakfast||Fri-Sat||---||2700||1000||700||18%|
|Deluxe Non-Pool View (AC)||2||Breakfast||Fri-Sat||---||3250||1000||700||18%|
|Deluxe Pool View (AC)||2||Breakfast||Fri-Sat||---||3400||1000||700||18%|
|Executive / Family Suite (AC)||2||Breakfast||Fri-Sat||---||8500||1000||700||18%|
|Valid From 01-June-2018 To 15-October-2018 [Except Long Weekend / Public Holidays]|
|Standard Room (AC)||2||Breakfast||Sun-Thu||---||1950||1000||700||18%|
|Standard Room - Balcony (AC)||2||Breakfast||Sun-Thu||---||2150||1000||700||18%|
|Deluxe Non-Pool View (AC)||2||Breakfast||Sun-Thu||---||2350||1000||700||18%|
|Deluxe Pool View (AC)||2||Breakfast||Sun-Thu||---||2650||1000||700||18%|
|Executive / Family Suite (AC)||2||Breakfast||Sun-Thu||---||7500||1000||700||18%|
|Standard Room (AC)||2||Breakfast||Fri-Sat||---||2150||1000||700||18%|
|Standard Room - Balcony (AC)||2||Breakfast||Fri-Sat||---||2350||1000||700||18%|
|Deluxe Non-Pool View (AC)||2||Breakfast||Fri-Sat||---||2550||1000||700||18%|
|Deluxe Pool View (AC)||2||Breakfast||Fri-Sat||---||2850||1000||700||18%|
|Executive / Family Suite (AC)||2||Breakfast||Fri-Sat||---||8500||1000||700||18%|
Welcome to Nazri Resort Goa
Flanked by the Arabian Sea on one side, Nazri Resort offers 4 star facility spreading over 2 acres of lush greenery, right from the white expanse of Baga Beach.
The Resort has 120 luxurious rooms. Deluxe rooms have bath tubs. There`s AC Coffee Shop attached to the lobby – C Lounge, Multi Cuisine AC Restaurant with extended service by the pool side. The large swimming pool facing the green fields and the salt water lakes with variety of species of migrating birds is an eye catching sight.
|Doctor on call||Concierge desk||Laundry Service||Travel Counter|
|Money Exchange||Games Room||Swimming pool||Landscaped Sundeck Area|
|Water Sports (Nearby)||Ample Parking Space||---||---|
Mobile No.: +91 9833 12 9272
Saunta Vaddo, Calangute-Baga Road,
Bardez, Goa 403516
Baga Beach, Goa :- One of the most popular beaches of Goa, Baga Beach is located close to Calangute beach, around 30 Km North of Panaji. It is named after the 'Baga creek' which flows into the Arabian Sea and is the perfect destination to witness beautiful sunsets and enjoy the cool morning breeze. Baga Beach is popular for its nightlife with some very famous clubs such as Britto's, Tito's and Mambos. The shacks come to life in the late evening with music blasting and amazing customer service. There is also a range of water sports that you can try your hands at.
Calangute Beach, Goa: - Situated 15km from the capital city of Panaji, Calangute Beach is the largest beach in north Goa. Located between Candolim and Baga beach, it is a hub for tourists and backpackers from all over the world. The beautiful golden stretch of sand and scintillating water coupled with the gentle rhythms of pop music that plays here makes it the perfect destination for a laidback afternoon. This shore of the sea is a glittering beauty and is also known as the 'Queen of Beaches' owing to its picturesque sceneries.
Palolem beach, Goa: - A stretch of beautifying white sand, Palolem Beach, located in the South Goa is one of the most fabulous beaches the Union Territory has to offer. Goa indeed is a home to beaches giving out the coolest vibes, but this beach is renowned for maintaining its serene atmosphere. Mostly unspoiled, the beach is often flocked with foreign tourists. The Palolem Beach has been featured in the film The Bourne Supremacy (2004) as the Goan residence of Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) also highlighting its natural beauty. Visiting the beach gives you a chance to spend time among the bamboo beach huts and palm trees layed over a sandy stretch of 1.5 km. Moreover, a refreshing dip into the shades of sapphire is something you call an unimaginable and unforgettable experience.
Anjuna Beach, Goa: - Known for its unparalleled natural beauty, glowing soft white sand and swaying palms, Anjuna Beach in Goa is a hot spot for tourists, both domestic and foreign. Situated on the west coast of Goa by the Arabian Sea, it is the perfect epitome of stunning natural beauty and is especially famous for its full moon beach parties. The key feature of the Anjuna Beach is the remarkable rock formation nestled over an inlay of white sand, jutting out into the sea. The area was popularly known as the jewel of Anjuna or 'Ozran' and became a favourite spot among hippies who first came here in the late 1950s. The atmosphere during the full moon is that of absolute bliss with soft waves kissing your feet, gleaming under the moonlight.
Basilica of Bom Jesus, Goa :- The Basilica of Bom Jesus church is one of a kind in India and is known for its exemplary baroque architecture. Built in the year 1594 and consecrated in 1605, this church coincides with the beginning of Christianity in India. It holds the remains of St. Francis Xavier, a special friend of St. Ignatius Loyola with whom he founded the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). Even after 400 years, the remains are in a good condition and are taken out once every decade. Up until half a century ago, Goa was the capital of Portuguese rule in India and this is part of their heritage. A site with rich cultural and religious significance, the Basilica of Bom Jesus has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Water Sports in Goa, Goa: - Goa has been the go-to destination for many when it comes to the thrilling adventure of water sports. The open blue skies, clear aquamarine waters, golden sand and the rhythmic fizzy waves have been attracting travellers from all over the country. Much to any traveller's pleasure, Goa is a spot renowned for both- the peace and calm found on its glistening majestic beaches, and the opportunity for thrill and adventure packed in the different activities one can indulge in at the beaches.
Cruise, Goa: - The exotic beaches of Goa, pristine waters and breathtaking view of sunset and sunrise is best enjoyed through the luring river cruise. Bounded by numerous rivers, the place makes for an exclusive cruising destination. The experience over journey is unparalleled to any other water activity in Goa. It gives you an opportunity to indulge yourself into enchanting beauty of the place. Several river cruises with guaranteed fun and entertainment are carried through the day depending upon the daytime, sunset and moonlight. Choose your ride and take back with yourself some mesmerising memories of sunrises, sunsets, and glowing sky during the nighttime. If lucky, you might catch some unforgettable glimpse of dancing dolphins too.
Colva Beach, Goa :- The captivating Colva Beach, located in south Goa, 6 Km away from the city of Margao, is the most visited beach of Goa. Its 25 Km long coast, extending from Bogmalo in the north to Cabo de Rama in the south, has the powdery white sand and is flanked by swaying coconut trees that add to its beauty. It looks more stunning with shacks, nightclubs and souvenir stalls all around. The beach area also suggests the luxurious lifestyle of the elite class who owns striking houses or villas that speck the village. With the nonchalant ambience, mesmerizing view of the endless beach and spirited people, Colva Beach is perfect to feel life in its true sense.
Tito's, Calangute, Goa: - Tito's is a brand name when it comes to clubbing in Goa. The club is famous for its commercial and Bollywood music and a huge dance floor. There is also a private party area available with its own bars on the first floor.
Flea Markets, Goa :- There are a couple of famous flea markets such as Wednesday afternoon Anjuna market and Saturday night market which are great for shopping. You can buy things ranging from special tea to Kashmiri carpets.
Do not forget to bargain while you are shopping at the flea market, otherwise you might end up getting ripped off. Ingo's market is another such famous market open for around 6 months during the year during the peak season where you can buy t-shirts, merchandises, accessories, jewellery, Indian and global cuisine from Turkey to Rajasthan and Kashmir. This place is also typically accompanied by live music.
Querim Beach and Tiracol Fort, Goa :- Located in the northern most part of Goa, around 58 km from Panajim, Tiracol fort is a 16th century fort overlooking the Arabian Sea providing a picturesque view.There is also a very old church there said to be established in 17th century. The beach is still unexplored with a calm shore and is perfect to unwind yourself in the middle of nature.
Banbolim Beach, Goa: - Bambolim Beach, which is located 7 km from Panaji is considered one of the unexplored beaches of Goa. Since there are no major hotels or shacks, not many tourist visit this secret beach and is deserted all the year.
Church of St Francis of Assisi, Goa :- This is the famous landmarks of Goa and is the oldest church located in Panajim. The statue of Mother Mary stands at the front of the church with the tower of the church behind. This church has truly been beautifully preserved. Also, the church bell is the 2nd largest bell in the whole world.
Se Cathedral, Goa: - The majestic white beauty of Se Cathedral in Goa is a shrine dedicated to Saint Catherine. The cathedral is also known as the Sé Catedral de Santa Catarina and is an important centre of the Latin Rite Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Goa and Daman. It is also the focal point of the Patriarch of the East Indies. One of the largest churches in the whole of Asia, Se Cathedral took nearly 80 years to get constructed. It was established to remember the victory of the Portuguese over the Muslim rulers of the city. Owing to such a dignified aura and the grandiosity of this architectural wonder, Se Cathedral has been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO.
Chapora Fort, Goa :- Chapora Fort near Vagator beach is famous for its ruins and the success of Hindi movie 'Dil Chahta Hai' which made this place all the more famous. With its Portuguese architecture, this fort is strong reminder of Goa's Portuguese past. Tourists can also enjoy a stunning view of Vagator beach from the top of the fort.
Casino, Goa :- When one thinks of Goa, inevitably the image of golden sandy beaches, delicious food and drinks and lively casinos. Perhaps one of the most pursued activities in Goa would be a visit to one of the many casinos here, which provide a once in a lifetime chance to try your luck. Being one of the very few states where gambling is legal, Goa is frequently thronged by local and foreign tourists who are anxious to play their cards right and win some fortune!