Major Seasons : Summer, Monsoon, Post-monsoon and Winters
Climate : Tropical
Temperature : Max 35 degree C, Min 20 degree C
Best Time To Visit : August-April
Goa During Monsoons
The favourable climate of Goa is one of the major factors that attract thousands of tourists round the year. The cozy climate gives a homely ambience to every holidayer in this pristine land of palm-fringed sands. The roaring waves puff refreshing sea breeze that kicks lethargy away. The invigorating monsoons rejuvenate every weary soul. The tropical summers bring lots of fun with moments of festivity and the chilling winters soothes the eyes with magnificent vistas of numerous migratory birds that crowd on Goa's tree tops. Invariably, Goa is a destination that can be visited all through the year and indeed the climate plays a huge role in planning a vacation.
The best part about Goa is that, it enjoys a moderate climate round the year, showing a little climatic variations in different seasons. However, May is the hottest month and the temperature may go as high as over 35°C coupled with immense humidity. January and February are the coldest ones marked by cool nights when temperature might go down to 20°C. There is a prevalence of tropical weather rest of the year. Southwest Monsoons bring rain in Goa between June and September. July is the month that receives maximum rainfall and a holiday trip during this month will give you a completely different picture of Goa. Further inland, due to altitudinal gradation, the nights are a few degrees coolerdue to rains.
Top 5 Highlights of Goa's Climate
A Labyrinthine Domain of Colourful Seasons
The Serene Summers
Many Moods of Monsoons
The Backless Beaches
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