Goa Unveiled- Choosing An Optimal Time For Your Beach Adventure

Goa is a vacationer’s paradise all year, but since different seasons have different visitors, we have curated the perfect information for your trip. Goa is an emotion; feeling it at the best season is what all travellers want. The coastal gem is renowned for its pristine beaches, numerous churches, exotic water sports and irresistible charm. Visitors prefer visiting Goa at different seasons; let us see its appeal from the scorching heat of summers to the pleasant winters.

Goa in every season

The Summertime Magic

As the temperatures rise, it’s time for Goa to unveil its allure during the summer months. The items are perfect for sunbathing, swimming across crystal clear waters, and indulging in adventure water activities. The most popular beaches this season are Baga Beach, Calangute Beach and Anjuna Beach. There are vibrant shacks, beach parties and happening nightlife in these places—groove to the music of the waves here. If you are a history buff, visit the churches of Goa to understand the Portuguese influence here. There are also spice plantations to see and relish the Goan cuisine.

The Monsoon Mania

Many people avoid the monsoon season to visit Goa; however, the beaches come to life during this season. It is a perfect time to visit this holiday destination since it’s less crowded. The temperature, too, is slightly lower, providing relief from the heat. The entire area turns lush greens with the fresh rains. The sight of all of this with swaying palms is truly amazing. The Dudhsagar Waterfalls can be checked out during this season. The cascading waters crashing on the rocks seem surreal. Experience the tranquillity and rejuvenation of Goa brought in by the rains.

Winter Fun

The cool weather during the winter months surely calls for a visit. Some festivals and carnivals are organized during this season. Since New Year’s are most famous, the cool weather makes it even better. Call it a honeymoon trip or an escape with friends and family; Goa welcomes all. It is an ideal time to stroll on the beach and visit the famous tourist spots. The colonial architecture of Goa is also a must-visit during this season since one can grasp the details without feeling the scorching summer sun. Relish the Goan cuisine or go on a beach dinner date; the winter fun holds much more than one can imagine.

Each season in Goa brings a unique charm offering many activities and memorable experiences. Let’s take a sneak peek at places to visit in Goa-

Calangute Beach- Also known as the queen of beaches, the golden sands and the numerous activities make the place more happening. So soak up the sun and swim in this beach’s azure waters to get the real Goa vibe. There are numerous shacks for a fine dining experience or a shopping spree At the local market.

Old Goa- This site is mostly known for its architectural wonders. There are churches like the Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral, and Church of St. Francis of Assisi to see here. The place is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The historical charm of the home is worth marvelling at. The Se Cathedral here is known to be one of Asia’s largest churches. Indulge in the rich cultural heritage of Goa in its narrow lanes.

Dudhsagar Waterfalls- The mesmerizing waterfalls in the Western Ghatas are a must-visit. The waters come into life during the monsoons as the rain mixes. One can opt for a trek or get a Bollywood vibe by taking the train ride here. The natural splendour of the region is breathtaking.

Fort Aguada

The colonial past of Goa can be witnessed in this old fort that stands tall on the hill facing the Arabian Sea. Also, visit the lighthouse that gives a vantage perspective of the coastal region. The fort holds historical significance in the formation of the state and is a must-visit.

Palolem Beach

This crescent-shaped beach with palm trees swaying is a must-visit. It is located in the southern part of Goa and is mostly visited by tourists for some peaceful times. One may even spot groups doing meditation and yoga here. Savour the area’s fresh seafood and sit back to enjoy the sun setting on the sea.

Spice Plantations

Delight your senses as you visit the spice plantations in Goa. A guided region tour will provide in-depth knowledge of aromatic spices growing here. The region is mainly known for cardamom, cinnamon and nutmeg. You can also take back souvenirs of packed herbs from the place.

Chapora Fort

The fort became quite famous after the Bollywood film “Diol Chahta Hai”, that was shot here. Perched upon a hill, the fort provides a beautiful perspective of the waters of the beaches and the nearby Vagator Beach. So stay back for the night and watch the stars twinkling and the waters crashBest ing on the shores here. Chapora Fort is a picturesque viewpoint that must not be missed at any cost.

These interesting activities and the perfect Treebo Goa Hotels will make your trip even more happening. Treebo Hotels in Goa provide some of the best facilities like

  •   Complimentary breakfast to start your day with.
  •   Free wifi for workaholics.
  •   Hassle-free cancellation policies.
  •   A couple of friendly properties are available.
  •   Ease of check-in and check-out.

Stay at the Treebo Goa Hotels

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