London to Goa £283 Return and Manchester to Goa 8 nights £325 @ OPODO
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London to Goa £283 Return and Manchester to Goa 8 nights £325 @ OPODO

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Found 3rd Apr
Opodo. Flights by TUI (Thomson) Depart Gatwick on Sat. 7 Apr. Depart Goa on Sun 22 Apr. £283


also other another deal from manchester to goa with stay
Manchester to Goa 8 nights 325£
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Is the 7th April Easter next year? Link just shows blank page, is this flight only or includes hotel?
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Edited by: "AntonyWellington" 3rd Apr
Thats more than 8 nights...
Amazing deal!
do have more budget add on as the visa is quite expensive (doodle from my memory)
£50_60 for evisa but it will be HOT and humid.
Don't understand this. 7th to 22nd isn't 8 nights?
hot hot ..heated for the warm sunshine
joyf453650 m ago

£50_60 for evisa but it will be HOT and humid.


What is the story with the Visa fee for visiting India? So as a Brit, we need to pay for a visa? If so that should effectively be added to the cost of the flight. It's bad enough having to pay tourist rates for attractions down there
FrugalFergal3 m ago

What is the story with the Visa fee for visiting India? So as a Brit, we …What is the story with the Visa fee for visiting India? So as a Brit, we need to pay for a visa? If so that should effectively be added to the cost of the flight. It's bad enough having to pay tourist rates for attractions down there


But if you had dual citizenship with UK and India, you wouldnt need a Visa, or you may be a regular visitor who already has one, so would just be paying a higher airfare for no reason. Better to do things seperately.
AntonyWellington3 h, 47 m ago

Is the 7th April Easter next year? Link just shows blank page, is this …Is the 7th April Easter next year? Link just shows blank page, is this flight only or includes hotel?[Image]


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FrugalFergal4 h, 24 m ago

What is the story with the Visa fee for visiting India? So as a Brit, we …What is the story with the Visa fee for visiting India? So as a Brit, we need to pay for a visa? If so that should effectively be added to the cost of the flight. It's bad enough having to pay tourist rates for attractions down there


Illogical.
Bestbitter21 h, 44 m ago

Don't understand this. 7th to 22nd isn't 8 nights?


the 8 night is the flight from manchest to goa with diffrent dates
swoosh0073rd Apr

But if you had dual citizenship with UK and India, you wouldnt need a … But if you had dual citizenship with UK and India, you wouldnt need a Visa, or you may be a regular visitor who already has one, so would just be paying a higher airfare for no reason. Better to do things seperately.


India doesn't allow its citizens dual citizenship. As for visa requirements, they are usually on a reciprocal basis - UK requires Indian citizens to get a visa (that too a lot more expensive than what India charges UK citizens).
In Kerala, further down the coast from Goa at the moment-its insanely hot and humid. Not my idea of an idyllic beach holiday. It's cheap for a reason. To anyone considering this, I would suggest November-February may be a better option.

As for the evisa, it's around £50. Be prepared as the online application is a bit of a faff but once completed, the visa was issued within 24 hours.
Edited by: "fifthcolumn" 9th Apr
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