Winter in Goa: January to March
The absolutely perfect Goa weather conditions are the winter. The plentiful warm sunshine is the lure, as are the abundance of delights of sun, sand and sea. The availability of water sports is one of the main attractions of Goa, the tourism board upgrades and includes more every year. One can indulge in various kinds of water activities like scuba diving,water skiing, angling, parasailing, water scooter, wind surfing and more.
Goa Carnival is the event you must not miss out on. The entire state is seen participating in the festivities. Floats, parades, music, events, dance balls, dining and other excitements await. Cruises, sunset cruises, visit to wildlife sanctuaries, bird watching, add to the exhilarating experiences to indulge in Goa.
Summer in Goa: April to June
Goa weather in summer is hot. The temperatures rise quite high in summer, almost touching 40°C. The cerulean waters of the Arabian Sea remain pleasant for a dip. The beaches are warm and have a breeze flowing through them. Mornings and evenings are pleasant while the afternoon gets a most unbearable. It’s preferable to be indoors to avoid sunburn. If you seek a crowd-free vacation in Goa then this is among the best time to visit. Moreover, if you would want a holiday on economical budget summer is the best time to visit Goa.
Monsoon in Goa: July to September
Monsoon in Goa is more than a season it is a festival. After the harsh heat, the first showers are blissful. Bringing to life the landscape, rains come with greenery, breeze, and smell of wet earth and the season of a number of festivals. For a nature lover, the best time to visit Goa is definitely the monsoon. The waterfalls are a spectacular sight, especially the Dudhsagar waterfall. Trekking, visit to spice plantations, Ayurveda sessions, sightseeing, festivals, etc. give enough reason to make this a wonderful holiday. In fact, monsoon is also among the most popular time to book a romantic honeymoon in Goa.
Post Monsoon in Goa: October to December
Continuing with the bliss of monsoon, post-monsoon season is equally pleasant. Crowds from across the globe start arriving. This is also the onset of winter, therefore this is the perfect time to plan your holiday in Goa. Plan to celebrate Christmas and New Year. Be a part of all-night parties, music festivals and other celebrations that make the end of the year and the start of the new a wonderful experience.