Welcome to Osborne Classic Resort
The Osborne Classic Resort is a sprawling resort in Calangute, North Goa, each with its own swimming pool, restaurant and bar. It is an ideal getaway for couples, family reunions and friendly get-togethers that call for leisurely, relaxed moments in beautiful surroundings. Osborne Classic Resort stands out for it's unique ambience, comfortable accommodation, homely atmosphere and hospitality. We await you at the Osborne Classic Resort, your home away from home.
The luxuriously designed rooms include living room & bedroom that ensure that you are in the lap of luxury. The design & space of these rooms offer accommodation and modern facilities with well-furnished interiors and service that pampers you all through your stay. Rooms provide premium comfort and a lavish stay. An Ideal for enjoying the lively resort ambience.
These spacious standard rooms have everything you could possibly want – from a superb bed to state-of-the-art modern facilities. The true beauty of the furnishings will instantly catch your eye. Enveloped in the enchanting ambience and a setting distinguished by magical lighting to guarantee ultimate relaxation.
Tariff & Packages
|Standard Room||2||2600 /-||3400 /-||4200 /-|
|Deluxe Room||2||2900 /-||3700 /-||4500 /-|
|Extra Adult||1||1000 /-||1400 /-||1800 /-|
|Extra Child||1||700 /-||1100 /-||1500 /-|
|Standard Room||2||3600 /-||4400 /-||5200 /-|
|Deluxe Room||2||4500 /-||5300 /-||6100 /-|
|Extra Adult||1||1200 /-||1600 /-||2000 /-|
|Extra Child||1||900 /-||1300 /-||1700 /-|
|Standard Room||2||8100 /-||8900 /-||9700 /-|
|Deluxe Room||2||9600 /-||10,400 /-||11,200 /-|
|Extra Adult||1||1800 /-||2200 /-||2600 /-|
|Extra Child||1||1200 /-||1600 /-||2000 /-|
Fully furnished AC rooms (As per the room category).
Meal served as per meal plan (Buffet service as per set menu).
This sprawling market is located in Arpora and transpires every Saturday evening from 6pm until late night. Here, one may find everything from archetypical Indian stalls selling spices, teas, Kashmiri carpets and silver jewellery to international designers who convene from all over the word to sell their unique creations, many of which may be found only here. This market also houses food stalls featuring cuisines from across the globe, and the centre stage that hosts live concerts.
The beach town of Anjuna in North Goa has become one of the most visited attractions because of the popular "flea market". Srategically situated on the sandy stretch overlooking the Arabian Sea, this vast Market is bustling with shoppers every Wednesday during the peak season (October-April). It offers everything and anything you could think of auctioned by merchants and gypsies from across India selling locally produced apparel, spices, jewellery, hand-made toys, souvenirs etc.
Skim the waves. Surf the seas. Float across the skies. Though Goa is an adventure in itself, water sports take it a step beyond. Get a birds eye view of the coast while soaking in the sun. Diving, parasailing, speed boating keeps your heart racing as you test the waters and let out the adventurer in you. What's more, you can get the adrenaline flowing with Jets skiing and windsurfing as well. You could also engage in exhilarating and fun group activities such as banana ride and bumper ride. So get your share of fun at the the fabulous golden Goan coast.
Dolphin spotting trips are a rage in Goa and are immensely enjoyed by the tourists. The delightful dolphin trips will be done on a boat and you and your companions will be taken to the spot, where dolphins can be easily spotted. Enjoy the lively show of the dolphins as they swim, jump and play in the water, and click some memorable pictures, if you are fast enough. Watch the friendly mammal in their natural habitat of mesmerising backwaters.
The magnificent Dudhsagar Waterfall, which literally translated means "sea of milk", is perched in the high peaks of the Western Ghats and is a sight to behold especially in the monsoons when it is in full and furious flow. From a distance, the waterfall appears like streams of milk rushing down the mountainside. The exhuberent and spectacular waterfall is located in the Sanguem taluka. Measuring a mighty 600m from head to foot, this waterfall on the Goa-Karnataka border, attracts a steady stream of visitors from the coast into the rugged Western Ghats.
A trip to any Goan spice plantation is very refreshing and rejuvenating to all the senses. One can learn how local spices and herbs are grown organically. Some of the spice plantations in Goa worth visiting are Savoi Plantation, Tropical Spice Plantation, Sahakari Spice Plantation etc. Once inside you can at once inhale the fragrances of fresh spices such as nutmeg, cardamom, cinnamon, coriander, chilies and betel nut. Interspersed in this plantation are also fruit trees and vegetables such as cashew, custard apple, banana etc.
From beaches to places of religious significance and to flea markets; Goa has it all. Beaches are the centre of tourist attraction in North Goa, the prominent crowd - pullers being Calangute Beach, Baga Beach, Anjuna beach etc. Pleasant ambience, scenic views of the shoreline, plenty of water activities and the beach shacks on this holiday destination entices visitors from different parts of the world. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the church of Bom Jesus Basilica is amongst the top places to see in Goa. Fort Aguada overlooking the Sinquerim Beach, is also a must see.
If you are a nature lover, than do not miss the gushing splendour of Dudhsagar Waterfalls, the largest of its kind in the state and the fifth largest in the country. The beauty spills over four tires in full force amidst clusters of green and makes quite a sight. Another attraction is Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary which is a paradise for the birds and the enthusiasts of reptiles. It also houses some of the rare and exotic species of both the species. The beaches in South Goa like Colva Beach, Palolem Beach etc offer serene and soothing allures.