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Rent a Bungalow in Goa ?

Rent a Bungalow in Goa ?

Old Sep 11, 14, 9:43 am
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Rent a Bungalow in Goa ?

Me and my friends .. a total of 8 people (5M 3F) are traveling to Goa jan 2015. I would like to know if anyone knows of some Bungalows or villas with atleast 4 rooms that we can rent out for 4-5 days ?

Any help with this will be good. I tried looking online, but do not find them trustworthy. If some one has done this in the past, it will be helpful

Thanks
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Old Sep 17, 14, 3:58 am
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Hello,

i have been to Goa with my friends in 2012 and we did the same.
we rented a bungalow with furnished rooms and kitchen in just 6000 INR.
It doesn't matter how many people are there.
If you need a bungalow its cost is fixed and you can cook your own food.
Have fun as you want.
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Old Sep 17, 14, 4:08 am
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You Should get Bungalows near Beach areas.
My business colleagues did that.
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Old Sep 24, 14, 11:40 pm
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you could get in touch with a local travel agent in the area....they will have access to most rentals....
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Old Nov 24, 14, 3:35 am
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Hello,
In Goa,Besides the popular hotels and resorts there are many villa & apartment available on rent with all luxurious services in your budget.
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Old Oct 1, 15, 4:59 am
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Hi,
In goa many of resorts, guesthouse and bungalow on rent available. You can select anyone itís depend on budget.
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Old Oct 28, 15, 4:55 am
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There’s no place like Goa. There’s a sense of revelry, merriment and abandon in the air that is almost sinful. Eating, drinking, singing, and dancing are what Goans love to do, and their conviviality is infectious. I think you should visit there.
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