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Best Seasons to visit Goa

Every season and place is cherished, for its beauty and benefits prearranged by nature. Goa is bestowed with the luxury of seasons and innate beauty which is inimitable and exceptional.

Choice of season is the option of a traveller and optimum service is an assurance from our ‘Travel and Tours’ division.

Goa as a centre of tourist attraction, never have a dull time of year but preference was set by tourists in particular for its seasons as the ‘Party Capital’. 

Seasons

Mid-November to Mid-February is said to be the perfect time especially for holidaymakers who reach here for sun-bathing and relaxing, refreshing both mind and body, getting all set for the oncoming year. Extensive celebrations of Christmas and New Year are known to be the most popular festival of the region with multitude of travellers from across the world.

A season with the finest attractions and amusements which could be made fruitful with the expert assistance of our travel desks, across the country. Unsurpassed facilities of travel, accommodation, food, and all that is necessary to make your tour productive is our pleasure. 

March to May, might not be ideal for many as the temperature rises and the atmosphere is hot and humid. But there is something attractive for people who like to keep away from the hustle and bustle of a busy crowd, quietly enjoying the scenic beauty through the windows of your comfort zone. Some fresh air to breathe or a stroll through the beaches in the morning and a lot of lazy time to relax. Attractive rates for food and accommodation, our travel counters are once more at your service. A smart way to refresh, read, writes, and develops aesthetic talents. 

Here comes the rainy season from Mid-June to October which has a different charm. Rain partying is a common amusement of Goa. Lovers of rain and the lush green nature, in the wet monsoon, can take a chance to enjoy the rains. The festival of Sao-Joao is an exciting festival where wine and feni overflows. Hotels offer attractive rates and you can make the best with the support of our veterans at the travel bureau.

Goa a renowned tourist centre has numerous attractions which should never be overlooked. A brief study of the most popular places will make your trip even more successful.

Festivals

Make it, if possible to one of the most sought out festivals of Goa which falls in different seasons. Bonderam festival, celebrated on the fourth Saturday of August at Divar Island, with colourful processions, floats, brass bands and mock battles has an interesting history to read up before you decide to join. Sao Joao festival is most arrogantly celebrated in Goa by the Catholic community, dedicated to St. John the Baptist, it is celebrated on 24th June every year. Chikhalkala, an unusual festival, fêted on the 11th day of the Hindu lunar month of Aashadh (June-July). It represents various games that Lord Krishna played in his infancy. The festival takes place on a gigantic village ground in Marcel, encircled by quite a few temples. The ground with rainy puddles is considered to be the best platform for the games.  The festival starts with a 24 hour bhajan singing in the temple and a collective prayer for the community's welfare is offered followed by games in the muddy field. 

Beaches

Calangute known as the ‘Queen of beaches’ is the largest and the most recommended tourist beach, located in North Goa. Swamped with people across the globe, it is also the busiest and commercialized beach with variety of water sports.

Mandrem, one of the most beautiful beaches of Asia in North of Goa, a favourite spot for honeymooners, one of the best-kept secrets secluded away from the crowd, an ideal place for recreation and revitalisation. A serene and calm place with awe-inspiring views.

Agonda, a highly admired beach of India, pleasing and delightful to the eyes of any tourist, located in South Goa. All variety of travelers are seen in this beach. In spite of being popular, it is often not overcrowded.

Palolem Beach a picturesque beach in farthest south Goa, scenic rocks and islands adorn its shores, Watersports activity at its Best, at times a bit crowded. 

Baga Beach, the scenic beauty, water sports and nightlife are the major attractions of this beach. Rows of hovels providing lip-smacking delicacies is an added attraction.

Candolim Beach a beach which never cease to amaze tourists, located north of Panaji close to Calangute beach, offers beautiful sunset views, less crowded and a perfect place to relax.

Cavelossim Beach Flanked by coconut groves and paddy fields, it is located at the mouth of Sal River, appealing and serene, it is comparatively less busy with little noise and chaos.

Always to remember, there are around thirty five beaches in and around Goa, explore more while you travel through this beautiful land. Needless to say, there are yet more places of tourist interest with an array of places which includes Forts, Churches, Chapels, the famous Basilica of Bom Jesus, Arvalem waterfalls, The Pandava caves and much more.

Goa is a tropical paradise suitable for all ages, interests, and moods. Discover the best places in Goa with our travel and tour experts for hand-picked facilities and enjoy a seam-less travel.

 

 

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