Zeebo Suites in Arpora, Goa, promises a blast during your stay at perhaps the most happening spot in the city. To get to this value-for-money you would need to cover around 44 km from the Dabolim International Airport. If you choose to travel by rail or bus, the Thivim Railway Station is about 19 km away while the Mapusa Bus Stand is around 7.5 km from the hotel. True to our word, Zeebo Suites provides complimentary breakfast, free WiFi and branded toiletries during your stay here. Why put up elsewhere when you get the best at Zeebo Suites? Since it opened its doors, Zeebo Suites has focused on delivering in terms of quality and comfort.
Goa is the smallest state of India by area and located in the Konkan region of West India. Panaji is the capital city and Vasco da Gama is the largest city. It is divided into two districts namely, North Goa and South Goa. While Panaji is the headquarters of North Goa district, Margao is the headquarters of South Goa district.
Goa is frequently visited by a large number of international/national tourists for its beautiful beaches, Goan Carnival, Sunburn Festival and vibrant culture. Tourism is one of the main industries in Goa, therefore various kinds of accommodations like beach resorts or star category hotels are available for tourists.
Wonderful sandy beaches - for a relaxing day with a view of the Arabian Sea - Dona Paula beach and the Palolem beach
Candolim Beach is the host of the Sunburn Festival, India’s biggest electronic music festival
Sightseeing in Goa
- Experience Goa’s rich cultural history - the church Our Lady of Immaculate Conception and the Basilica of Bom Jesus, both of which are architectural masterpieces
- Fort Aguada
- Chapora Fort
- Secretariat from the array of history and culture
- Goa Archaeological Museum
- Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary and Old Goa
The Baga Beach is famous for its nightlife, shopping, food joints - Baga deck, Cape town cafe, Cafe Mambos, Titos Cafe, Titos, and London and various water and beach activities
Recreational activities at this beach, including yachting, fishing and water-skiing
Wide range of water sports that include parasailing, water-skiing, jet-skiing, bump rides, banana rides, catamaran sailing and wind surfing
Local seafood cuisine - Goa offers some of the best seafood dishes in the country – fresh fish, prawns, lobsters and calamari. The Konkani cuisine has many Portuguese and French influences. The must try dishes are Goan fish curry, crab xec, and prawn balchao. End the delicious meal a glass of the local alcohol Feni, which is made from cashew
For Shopping - 18th June road is a place for tasty cashew and scintillating spices and also buy bright coloured summer clothing and ethnic jewellery from flea markets in Goa - shop for handicrafts, brass ware, terracotta, shell work and casual garments