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Best Time To Go — The rainy season lasts from July until September, with monsoon-level downpours, and is not the best time for tourism. The high season, which is Easter week and New Year, generally has higher hotel and villa rates. The best time to find deals for Goa travel is between October and December and February — May, and the best time to visit is during the dry season, October through June.

Transportation — Public transportation in Goa is hard to come by, but it is possible to travel by taxi or to rent a motorbike.

Weather — Goa, being in the tropical zone and near the Arabian Sea, provide benefits from a tropical climate, with an average year-round temperature of 28°C — 30°C.

Language — Hindi, Konkani, English

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Arambol Beach Arambol Beach
Arambol beach, sometimes also referred to as Harmal, is the last of the developed beaches in North G...
The lake in Arambol The lake in Arambol
If to follow the letter of official toponymy, Arambol Lake is called Vagkolam, but among local resi...
Goa in May Goa in May
Goa in May will be very quiet - like what it used to be in the early days, before vacationers discove...
Goa in April Goa in April
April is officially the summer season in India and Goa. So the temperature will be high. The humidity...
Goa in March Goa in March
March is outside the main tourist season in Goa, but it’s still super-cool to be in Goa this ti...
Goa in February Goa in February
February in Goa is still the high season with many Indian and foreign tourists. There is a lot of exc...
Goa in January Goa in January
Start the New Year with a bang! What better way to start the year than spending a few splendid days a...
Goa in December Goa in December
Should I visit Goa in December? Absolutely yes! According to statistics with the Goa Department of To...
Goa in November Goa in November
November is a great time to visit Goa. The weather is turning colder. Mostly dry, with a few spells o...
Goa in October Goa in October
Goa in October is sure to thrill you. In fact, October is one of the best months to visit Goa. The lo...
Goa in September Goa in September
September is a good time to visit Goa. There is still a little bit of rain, but it is less than the p...
Goa in August Goa in August
August is monsoon in Goa. It is one of the wettest months of the year. However, the intensity and fre...
Goa in July Goa in July
Goa in July is in the middle of the monsoon season. It will rain almost every day. Humidity and preci...
Goa in June Goa in June
Goa in June sees a change - the hot Indian summer gives way to the monsoon. The rain clouds come in f...
Fruits in Goa Fruits in Goa
There is a wide variety of fruits available in Goa and in large quantities too. You will find fresh f...
Diwali — the Festival of Lights Diwali — the Festival of Lights
Diwali is one of the biggest religious festivals in India. Hindus celebrate by bursting firecrackers,...
Konkani – official language of Goa Konkani – official language of Goa
Konkani is the official state language and the most widely spoken language of Goa. However, Goa, like...
Cavelossim Beach Cavelossim Beach
Cavelossim beach is in South Goa, 19.2 kilometers from Margao via the Orlim Road. The beautiful Sal ...
Agonda Beach Agonda Beach
Agonda is a very picturesque beach in South Goa, between Cola beach and Palolem, which is another pop...
Palolem Beach Palolem Beach
Palolem beach is one of the southernmost developed beaches of Goa. 38.7 kilometers from Margao by th...
Benaulim Beach Benaulim Beach
Benaulim beach is in South Goa, between Sernabatim and Varca beach. This is a long stretch of sand t...
Colva Beach Colva Beach
Colva is the closest beach from Margao, the first major beach south of Vasco da Gama. It is part of a...
Mandrem Beach Mandrem Beach
Mandrem is one of the most northernmost beaches in Goa, 5.95 kilometers from Goa’s border with ...
Ashwem Beach Ashwem Beach
Ashwem beach is in North Goa, between Morjim and the Mandrem beach. It is a part of a long stretch o...
Morjim Beach Morjim Beach
Morjim beach is in North Goa, next to Ashwem beach and the Chapora River. Morjim is famous as the nes...
Vagator Beach Vagator Beach
Vagator beach is one of the most beautiful and popular North Goa beaches, especially with foreign to...
Candolim Beach Candolim Beach
Candolim is a popular beach in North Goa, located between the Baga-Calangute stretch and the Aguada F...
Calangute Beach Calangute Beach
Calangute beach is one of the three most popular beaches in North Goa. It is a part of the long Baga-...
Anjuna Beach Anjuna Beach
Anjuna beach is one of the most popular beaches in North Goa, located between Baga beach in the nort...
Baga Beach Baga Beach
Baga beach is one of Goa’s most popular beaches. It is between the Baga River in the north and...

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Top 22 Tourist Places in Goa
There are many tourist places in Goa worth visiting. From the beaches in Goa, to the national parks a...
Best Things to Do in Goa
Goa is not just about the beaches or its famous nightlife. There are so many things to do here, limit...
Beaches in South Goa
South Goa is one of the most convenient places for amazing vocations in Goa with its spacious beaut...
Yachts in Goa
Yachting in Goa has become very popular in recent years. It is truly a wonderful way to enjoy the 101...
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