The alluring sunset experience from the harbor in the state-of-the-art French yachts, provides a calming evening cruise. One can enjoy breath-taking vistas of the city and the hotel while spending time with friends and family.
You could also take your personal speedboat to the Elephanta Caves and back. Spend the day exploring the marvels of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Experience Mumbai in a new light as you sail away from the Mumbai Harbor at the Gateway of India. Some of the sights include charming lighthouses like The Sunk Rock, Prongs and The Dolphin Lighthouse. Friendly companions like seagulls and kingfishers glide alongside and if you are lucky, you might just spot a family of dolphins.
One can also organize special occasions on-board one of the many yachts in the fleet. From sunset proposals to sunrise adventures to team outings; the world is your oyster.
Goa is not just about the sun, sand and beaches! Do not miss the exotic cuisine it has to offer…
The Signature Goan Restaurant takes you on a culinary journey with indigenous recipes, traditional dishes and signature masterpieces on offer. The décor transports the guest to a colonial mansion, with mosaic flooring and windows decorated with mother of pearl shells.
Chef Ritu Dalmia's Italian restaurant, DIVA, is elegant, warm and welcoming with a beautiful terrace and outdoor seating by the pool. The restaurant uses authentic ingredients, often flown in directly from Italy and offers an extensive collection of wines. It has an outdoor pizzeria with a wood-fired oven. From handmade dough to handpicked herbs, every ingredient is chosen by the chef herself, making every dish special. The menu changes seasonally, as it does in Italy.
The quiet, laidback charm of the restaurant, set in an old Portuguese bungalow, is good reason for you to drop by here for a drink or meal. The vibe is eclectic. For some, Goa is all about the seafood. And we agree. So when it comes to good coastal cuisine, Gunpowder ticks all the boxes.
Hidden just off the bustling, neon lit Fort Aguada road is Bomra’s, a gastronomic secret for those “in the know”. Some have gone so far as to call it the best Burmese restaurant in the world. The more restrained have limited praise to being the “best in India”.