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Goa is one of India’s best tourist spots apart from booze hopping and partying where it is blessed with varied landscapes with many small and big hills, from where streams, springs, and beautiful waterfalls emerge which is more than its pristine beaches and sea. It is known as the “Fun Capital of India” which is the smallest state of India by the area that is situated in the western region of India with coastlines stretching along the Arabian Sea. We all know that it’s famous for its sandy beaches, nightlife, casino, and world heritage. If you are planning and wondering which is the best time to visit Goa then Goa is surely a once in a lifetime experience for visiting tourists.

Here is the Best Time To Visit Goa:

 Climate in Goa 🏝️

1. Summer Season in Goa 🏖️

Summer Season in Goa

Summers in Goa are extremely hot with temperatures touching 40 Degrees C (104 Degrees F). Summer usually starts from March to May and then October. Being a coastal state, the humidity levels remain sky-high. This may be uncomfortable and can take some time for you to adjust here if you’re from a colder place. The sea remains nice and tepid, and the beaches always have a nice balmy breeze flowing through them. Mornings and evenings are pleasant, but noon to evening can get pretty unbearable, and it’s best to remain indoors to avoid the risk of sunburn and heatstroke. Summer is a lean season in Goa, so expect cheaper prices – accommodation, flight tickets, bike/car rentals, and water sports. But remember, the sea can be choppy on some days. Many of the beach shacks will be closed, as there are few tourists. Due to its hot weather, it is not as crowded during summers and prices tend to be relatively low. If you don’t mind the heat, this may be a good idea to visit Goa as you can explore this sunny state on a rather economical budget during summer.

2. Monsoon Season in Goa ⛈️ 

Goa in Monsoon

Monsoons, from the end of months of May to the start of November is the time during which travelers avoid Goa, simply because they associate Goa with beaches, sun, and sand, and therefore, a rainy day is a huge letdown for beach bums. Unfortunately for them, they don’t know what they’re missing out on, for Goa is beautiful during the rains! Rains, choppy sea, and bigger waves.  By the way, do you know – it rains almost every day from the end of May to early November. The sky will be overcast. Chance of thunderstorms on some days. The rainy season in Goa is a magical experience. After the harsh heat of May, the smell of wet earth is incomparable. Paddy fields are at their peak as the scorched, dry land gets infused with a new breath of life. There will be bright, sunny breaks in between where there will be lush with trees, flowers, fruits, and paddy fields. Goa in the monsoon is very romantic where you can enjoy long walks on the beach if you don’t mind the rain. There will be fewer tourists, so the beaches will be more serene and the roads will be cleaner. Greenery everywhere! So, if you’re interested in a beautiful and relaxed holiday, with no noise, no crowds and lots of souls searching time, choose Goa in the rains.

3. Winter Season in Goa ❄️

Goa in Winter

November to February is the best time to visit Goa because winter in Goa is a time of great celebration making it one of the best times to be in Goa. When the monsoon ends, Goa looks like it’s just back from the laundry – every tree and building looks spanking clean. The Goa weather at this time is just perfect and the streets begin to fill up with thousands of holidaymakers, out for their fix of fun, sun, and sand. It’s perfect for a day on the beach or visiting some of the sightseeing spots of Goa. The sea is calm. So you can enjoy water sports without any worries. You can also try snorkeling, scuba diving, cruising, or fishing. To be honest, there’s no winter in Goa because it is never too cold here but it’s good to have a sweater with you if you plan to bike around at night or early in the morning, that’s all not more than that. In short, Goa in the winter means there are many festivals to celebrate as well – Christmas, New Year, Sunburn, Supersonic Festival, Winter Carnival, and more. But everything will be costlier in the winter, especially in December and January. But still, don’t forget to watch out for the beautiful mists that swirl around the paddy fields and all surrounding streets in the mornings and at night that make Goa look gorgeous if you plan to visit between November to February.


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