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Top 5 reasons to visit Goa this monsoon.

Posted by: Ginger Hotel
20 Sep

Monsoon along the Konkan coast is a sight to behold, and for those looking for a romantic time out, nestled in the bosom of nature, a trip to Goa can be quite fulfilling.

There are plenty of reasons to visit Goa this monsoon. Listed below are a few things that are available to you when the rain-bearing winds drench the coastal state. After all, witnessing the rolling storms can be quite exciting and fun.


Great deals:

Hotels in Goa whose prices appear to be quite intimidating in winter, offer great monsoon deals making these months the best time to splurge on an extended stay with Ginger Hotels.

The joy of solitude:

Although many shacks and popular restaurants remain closed till the end of monsoon, many other alluring avenues open up that will inevitably keep you hooked to the charms of Goa. One of these is the deserted and clean environment on the beaches.
Unperturbed by the usual throng of tourists, you will find the peace and solitude you seek on these pristine and sometimes rain-drenched beaches.

When nature comes alive:

Riding around the countryside in one of those for-rent vehicles can be a thrilling experience especially during this time of the year when the heavy downpour gives way to lush green vegetation. The shrubs and climbers reclaim the space abandoned by tourists in these months, the waterfalls and springs display their might with newfound vigour and the thunderous roar of the famous Dudhsagar falls can be heard from a distance. Walking and trekking is a pleasure in these conditions, especially when there is a decline in the intensity of rainfall.

Don't miss these architectural masterpieces:

Witness the architectural prowess of the Portuguese peppered by a touch of Indian craftsmanship in the elegant yet majestic old Churches of Goa. The Basilica of Bom Jesus, for example, will cast a spell on you with its intricate works of precious stones, the mesmerising paintings on its inner walls and the preserved body of St.Francis, in whose memory the Church was erected.

Navigate the boisterous river:

The rivers of Goa, at this time of the year, is swollen by the inflow of water brought down by monsoon showers. The cruise rides become even more idyllic, and the opportunities for river rafting open up for those looking for a little monsoon adventure. White water rafting on the Mahadeyi river is held between June and September every year and offers tourists the thrill of navigating the numerous rapids of the river.

What is holding you back then? Pack your bags and come aboard, Goa will greet you with rain-bearing cool winds and pleasant green vistas. It's time to explore Goa this monsoon!
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