Plan your visit
There are many accommodation options in North Goa including hotels, homestays, guest houses, students hostels and Airbnbs.
Participants may book their rooms at the venue (Novotel Goa Resort and Spa) at a special discounted rate.
Participants may choose from a wide range of hotels, guest houses and Airbnbs in areas close to the conference venue that include Candolim, Calangute, Arpora, Sangolda, Saligao, Porvorim.
Note: Lunch and tea will be provided at the venue on conference dates. For any further queries, please contact Darrylnn Dsouza from our Hospitality Team at firstname.lastname@example.org. The conference dinner will be held on September 23, and is optional and chargeable. For more details, visit inebriaconference.com/registrations
Reserving a room at Novotel Goa Resort and Spa
A guide for participants at INEBRIA 2021
STEP 1: Link
STEP 2: Enter Hotel name as Novotel Goa Resort & Spa OR unit number 8861 (Please ensure that you choose the right hotel, as Goa has many hotels of Novotel)
Note: Date range allowed is 18th Sep to 25th Sep 2021 | maximum 3 rooms with 2 adults each allowed
STEP 3: Click on Special rate
STEP 4: Add special Code SANGAT
STEP 5: Click on Search
New Page will appear with a special rate for room type Superior room
STEP 6: Select rate for Superior room
After confirmation of the payment, Novotel Goa Resort and Spa will provide all the necessary details about airport pick-and-drop services to you.
For that, please fill this form, and email it to email@example.com to book, mentioning that you are a participant at INEBRIA 2021 organized by Sangath.
Please note that the booking fee will only be charged seven days prior to the check-in date.
Foreign participants will need a e-conference visa to attend the INEBRIA Conference.
Here are the guidelines to secure the right visa. Once you register successfully, please write to us for the invitation letter which is required to apply for the visa.
Goa (capital city: Panaji) is a small state located on the western coast of India. It was liberated from Portuguese colonial rule in 1961 and became a state in the Union of India.
Known for its picturesque beaches, history, architecture and vibrant nightlife, Goa is hugely popular with international and domestic travelers alike. Having been a Portuguese territory for over 450 years, Goan culture is an interesting amalgamation of both Eastern and Western cultures. Goa has many UNESCO World Heritage Sites – including churches and convent complexes. Goa is also a biodiversity hot spot and is home to a rich variety of flora and fauna.
Goa is situated in the tropics with warm, humid weather for most of the year. Temperatures in September can range between 22 – 30 degrees Celsius.
Goan cuisine is famous for its wide range of seafood options – with a typical local meal being fish curry and rice. Restaurants and cafes serving popular Indian and international cuisines are widely available in Goa. Lonely Planet has some suggestions on food, activities, shopping and sightseeing that can be done in Goa.
Getting around in Goa
Dabolim Airport, Goa is an hour away (40 km) from the conference venue. Taxis are available at the Arrivals area. Most drivers should be able to bring you to the conference venue with minimal instruction. Please use this location link (or click on the Map above) to map your way if necessary.
There are many options for local transport in Goa. Pre-paid taxi and motorcycle rickshaw services are available at most major bus stations and market places.
Local transport buses have a wide network even in remote areas.
For further information and guidance on local travel and accommodation options, please contact the organizing team.