The Best Time to Visit Goa: Summer, Monsoon, or Winter

Goa, India’s favorite destination for partying has well-defined and beautiful seasons. The 4 distinct kinds of weather in Goa are winter, summer, monsoon, and post-monsoon. Winter is generally the tourist season because summer is not a comforting time for tourism. From November to March is the best time to visit Goa because the weather during this time is clear and beautifully balmy.
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Summer in Goa

In the summer season from March to October, Goa's temperature reaches up to 40 degrees and is extremely hot. The weather can be uncomfortable for travelers from colder places. The sea during the summers remains tepid and nice, with a pleasant breeze flowing at the beaches. Evenings and mornings are amusing but it is advisable to stay indoors during the afternoon to escape from heatstroke and sunburn. For tourists who do not like hot weather can opt for Maldives tourism during this time of the year. During summers, it is not crowded and prices are reasonably low. For the tourists who can bear the heat, summer is a good season to plan a trip to Goa and explore the sunny state within your budget.

Monsoon in Goa

The monsoon season in Goa is between June to September. In monsoon, people don’t prefer visiting Goa because they associate the place with sun, beaches, and sand. Unfortunately, they don’t know that Goa is stunning in the rainy season and they miss out. The experience during this season is magical. After the May heat, the wet earth smell is incomparable. You can choose to visit Goa during the rainy season if you are looking for relaxed and beautiful holidays with lesser crowds and noise. During the day, Goa has average sunshine of 3-5 hours. You can explore spice plantations, and Cotigo Wildlife Sanctuary and enjoy magical monsoon.

Winter in Goa

The best time to visit Goa is during the winter season because it’s the time of celebration. After monsoon ends, every building and tree looks remarkably sparkling. The weather in Goa during this period is perfect and streets are filled up with many holidaymakers, sand, and sun. The season is full of fun with parades, parties, fairs, and festivals that are late at night. The restaurants, shops, and hotels are prettified with tinsel, lights, and Christmas trees.

For the adventure-loving tourists, Maldives tourism is also an amazing option to go for. You can find beautiful mists, around surrounding streets, remarkable beaches and paddy fields in night and morning time. The Maldives is one of the romantic destinations where you can enjoy candlelight dinner at sea with your beloved.

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