How to Make the Most of your Holiday
There are some of us who wait all 12 months for that yearly break where we can pack up the family and head over to an exotic destination and leave all our worries behind. There are others, like us, who enjoy making holidays a more frequent experience. When you buy an Isprava luxury holiday home, you are giving yourself the option to make even one night a holiday. These homes are maintained throughout the year for you so that you can pop in whenever your heart desires, and when your brain needs a break from the hassles of the office.
Even better than a five-star resort, you don’t need to lift a finger when you’re enjoying the Isprava life because that’s what our business is all about- ensuring you have the best holiday experience, every single time. Apart from having your home ready for your arrival, there are other ways we like to take care of our guests including organizing car services, gourmet meals, yoga classes and anything else you can think of. We have seen most of our guests enjoy Goa the way it’s meant to be enjoyed, completely relaxed and at ease because this is a time where you can switch off and focus on yourself. Here are a few tips that we think can help you enjoy your holiday even more.
Go with the flow, or don’t!
Some people live life day to day, not knowing what to expect and getting pleasure in the small surprises life has to offer. Goa is the perfect place to do this. All you need to do is arrive at your home where the biggest decision you will need to make is whether to have a beer first or coconut water. There are others though, who thrive on structure and plans and have nightmares of terms like ‘go with the flow’. For those planners, you can easily use our blog as a resource to plan your Goa trip figuring out where to eat, where to drink, where to shop and where to party. We’ve got everything you need to know!
This is something we recommend all travelers do no matter where you are heading (unless it’s a business trip!). We are constantly connected to the rest of the world via our smartphones and laptops and though this gives us accessibility, it can also become invasive. Disconnecting from your virtual life is a great way to reconnect with friends and family with quality time spent face to face rather than face to screen. It is also important for us to focus on the present moment rather than trying to find the best angle to capture the moment on our phones. By being more mindful and aware, you will not only feel more relaxed but find yourself rejuvenated and refreshed after a few days of your technology detox.
Go off the beaten path
To many, Goa is India’s favorite party destination with rows of bars and nightclubs dotted along beautiful beaches. Unfortunately, we rarely take the time to appreciate the deep history and culture of Goa that exists beyond the nightlife and beaches. There is so much to see and learn in Goa that you would be surprised. For example, the churches in Old Goa are UNESCO World Heritage Sites making them a great place to visit with children and adults alike. There are also many forts and other monuments in Goa that give us a peek into the state’s Portuguese history. Goa also has spice plantations, waterfalls and islands that make great day trips from North Goa. By visiting some of these lesser known sites you can learn a lot while enjoying the city.