By Aprana Singh
Goa is an all season holiday destination of India. Whether in winter, summer or during the monsoon, Goa looks amazing in every season. With the onset of every season, this tropical paradise of western India dressed up in entirely new attires to give pleasure to its native and welcome its guests.
Generally, vacationers who wish to spend great moments in Goa with their loved ones, prefer to visit the state during October to March. This time period is considered as peak season for Goa’s tourism industry.
But, if you are an avid nature buff and wants to enjoy nature at its best than you must explore this coastal state during the monsoons.
Goa Monsoon Attractions:
During this season of incessant rains, Mother Nature bedecked Goa and covers entire state with a green layer. Fresh intoxicating air, colorful flowers, new green grass and leaves are the prime attractions of the monsoon in Goa.
In this season, vacationers can engage themselves in various interesting activities within the territory of Goa. For instance, they can participate in wildlife safari to some of Goa’s national park and wildlife sanctuaries such as Bandla National Park, Mollem National Park and Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary.
While peeping into the wild world of animals in Mollem National Park, holidaymakers can also enjoy leisure moments near the Dudhsagar waterfall.
Apart from exploring these forested areas, holidaymakers can also visit the Savoi Spice Plantation near the Ponda. Another important activity in which travellers can engage themselves during their monsoon holiday is an evening boat cruise on river Mandovi.
Goa Monsoon Festivals:
The monsoon season in Goa is celebrated with utmost joy. To enhance the level of enjoyment of during this season, Goan people love to organise colorful festivals like Sao-Joao (the fertility feast of Saint John the Baptist). On the occasion of this festival, young village men jumps into the well and retrieve the fenni bottles.
Another important festival related to monsoon is the Bonderam flag festival, which is held on tiny Divar Island in the month of late August. If you want to witness all these unique things plan a trip now and enjoy Goa in the monsoons.
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