This Crocodile Tour in Goa is the perfect activity for all the adrenaline junkies out there!

Watch the crocodiles laze in their natural habitat, capture the fluttering birds and have a gala time.

Goa is a place where you'll never find yourself getting bored or out of options to have fun. This place is full of amazing things to do especially if you are an adrenaline junkie. From waterboarding to paragliding there's much you can do in the state. But the list doesn't stop here. If the aforementioned activities don't give you the much needed kick, a spotting a crocodile would surely do!

So if you're looking for a little more fun than just some water-sports, this is something you should definitely be a part of.

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When in Goa and looking for fun, this boat ride will check everything on your list! The breathtaking views of nature and of the wild will send chills down your spine.

From snacks to welcome drinks, the ride offers a fun experience and a wonderful photo opportunity that you can boast on for days on your social media accounts.

Though, it's not just the crocodiles that you can spot, the boat ride also offers opportunity to bird watch and click some amazing pictures of the stunning natural beauty around you.

Knock Knock

If you're a nature lover, take this ride and grab on to the opportunity to explore the wondrous splendour of lakes and rivers. Watch the crocodiles laze in their natural habitat, capture the fluttering birds and have a gala time.

Date: 17th-29th February

Tickets: ₹1,499 onwards | Book yours here

Venue: Banda Trips, Shop no. 4 GKP Complex, Shiroli Pulachi, Khobra Waddo, Calangute

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