|Peace, Tranquility - It's here at THE FLUSHING MEADOWS Country Resort. If the heat is too much for you get into the sparkling pool, there's nothing like it. The pool is just waiting for you.
Whether you are checking in or checking out, we'll never let the smile leave your face at Flushing Meadows. Our newly built resort comprises of tastefully furnished units with balconies facing the poolside.
This Property has 24 standard rooms and one family suite which is surrrounding our main pool.All rooms are self contained and facing the pool.
Flushing Meadows offers you the best of services and we will only be to happy to help you. Set amongst lushest greenery and hills escape into this for real nature.
Facilities :- Money changing, Safety lockers, Doctor on Call, Laundry Services, Sightseing / Shopping trips. Bar / Restaurant, Gardens, Indoor Games, Swimming Pool, Cyber Cafe, Inhouse Taxi, Health Club, Massage Parlour, Beauty Parlour, Minishop, Conference Hall, Inhouse Gymnasium.
Welcome to Goa a land of the Sun, Sea and Sand, a land where honeymooners and couples create lasting memories and families share special times together. No matter who you are , all the tight knots of stress begin to untie and float away like the birds riding the Goan breeze.
PLACES TO VISIT
Anjuna : The collection of people attracted to the beach settlement of Anjuna in North Goa may seem eclectic at first glance, but there are common (if loose) organic and spiritual threads woven between the hippies, artists, mild crazies and supposed ex-materialists who congregate here. It's famous throughout Goa for its Wednesday flea market, and has retained an undeniable if somewhat shabby charm. This is a good place to stick around for a while, make some friends and engage in mellow contemplation while the sun goes down. The main beach isn't the best, so it's worth the walk to the small, protected sliver of sand at South Anjuna where the area's long-term house-renters tend to gather.
Calangute : Once upon a time, Calangute was the it beach for hippies, where pujas, ganja, drug-addled musicians and other lost artistic souls predominated, a beach of the truly half-baked that modern Leonardo di Caprioan versions couldn't hold a psychedelic candle to. But for those who still seek the occasional naked group frolic, Calangute has undergone a metamorphosis. The locals, who used to rent out rooms in their houses for a pittance, have moved on to more profitable things. Calangute is now the centre of Goa's rapidly expanding package-tourist market.
Palolem : This impossibly beautiful crescent cove in the far south of Goa is so languid and balmy that even the water has only enough energy to lap half-heartedly onto the beach. There's nothing to do here but soak up the rays and go for long walks paddling in the shallows, so bring a friend, some factor 15 and a good book. It's possible to rent rooms in villagers' houses by asking politely at the restaurants lining the beach.
Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary : This small wildlife sanctuary in the lush foothills of the Western Ghats is a good place to see sambar and wild boar, and a fine place to escape from the beach culture of coastal Goa. It boasts a botanical garden, a fenced deer park and a zoo that is better than most. The sanctuary has accommodation in chalets and dorms, and is located 50km (30mi) southeast of Panaji.