Goa is one of the most desired but never taken, holiday destinations. The peak season in Goa starts after mid-November and extends till mid-January. While it is a sight to see the place with all its Christmas revelries, Goa can be visited all year round (avoiding summers).
Here are the reasons why visiting the place in September is the best bet!
The high season in Goa does not permit to enjoy the place or the landscapes to its fullest. The monsoon season is almost over now and the rains have receded. It is the best month you would want to visit the place for a relaxing holiday. Enjoy the time away from the hustle and bustle of the crowd. Take in the beauty of the sea while enjoying a drink at a shack on a scarcely populated beach.
Prices of accommodations are almost doubled or tripled during the X-mas time. Grab the opportunity and enjoy the same hotels at awesome discounts. The crowd is sparse so the service at the hotels is also better. Plus, the piping hot Goan curry tastes even better when the weather is cold outside!
Rain washes away all the dust suspended in the air. As the dirt settles down, the smell of wet fields and the freshness in the air is something heavenly. Enjoy the lush greens, the blue sea and the yellow sand as you indulge in this natural therapy. Nothing's more satisfying than nature at its best! Experience the sublime with the Dudhsagar Falls, a two-hour drive from Panjim.
Goa is usually hot all around the year. The summers with the scorching sun are unbearable so much so that it burns the skin. Being near the sea, the winters aren't that much of a relief where the place gets quite hot during the afternoons in Decembers too. September offers a completely different experience of the place. Feel the cold breeze gushing as you ride your vehicle through the unexplored paths. Get to know the culture closely as you interact with the locals!
Goa - Innumerable plans made and many more cancelled. But, believe me, you absolutely should't miss this one. It can't be. And it shouldn't be. Go on. Take that holiday!