Monsoons - The Best Time To Visit Goa


Monsoons - The Best Time To Visit Goa

Goa is the smallest state of India by area but tops the list of wealthiest Indian states. Located in the Konkan area of West India, it shares its rim with Maharashtra in the north and Karnataka in the east and south.
In between the months of June and October, the weather in Goa is cool and pleasant, confirming the opportunity to indulge in numerous water sports activities and parties. Although, Goa does not face the extreme climate due to its tropical nature, it is suggested by the tourists and locals, that the ideal time to visit the beach paradise of India is in winter season due to less humidity.

The accessibility of water sports is one of the leading fascinations of Goa, the tourism board transforms and takes account of more every year. One can indulge in a number of kinds of water activities like wind surfing, scuba diving, water skiing, angling, parasailing, water scooter, and more.
The monsoon sets in and takes a long relief from the hot climate. Torrential rain starts from the mid – June and it enriches the beauty of Goa. The drenched green vegetation’s and the beaches have their own appeal during this season.

Monsoon spectators, several festivals are celebrations along the beaches of Goa. It usually last till October with steady decrease in rainfalls. Mid-June to October is the time when the rains arrive at stunning Goa. There are parties by the length and breadth of Goa to greet the rains. If you enjoy the monsoon and the grassy green landscape then July to September is a great time to visit. The only reason to visit Goa during monsoons is the celebration of Sao-Joao it is the feast of Saint John the Baptist that is during late June. It’s an exciting event where men jump into wells that are overflowing to fetch bottles of the local alcohol called FENI.

You might get a good deal at the hotels throughout this season , Like There is this amazing place, a Portuguese Villa named Lar Amorosa is one of the architectural beauties originally depicted in the book “Houses of Goa”. Goa goes through a very less temperature deviation throughout the year, with around 28 degrees Celsius to 33 degrees Celsius (average maximum temperature). The monsoon acts susceptible but the beauty it leaves after each shower is remarkable, and can enjoy tasty seafood for which Goa is famous for, you can visit Starlite where you’ll get amazing seafood.

The Waterfalls can be seen flowing with great force with the help of monsoon, providing a remarkable view. The magnified beauty can’t be expressed in words. Goa is the best place to visit if you are a nature lover.