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Goa in June

Goa in June is an amazingly beautiful place with plenty of rains, emerald-green rice fields, green hills, high trees dancing to the music of the wind and deserted beaches. This is a perfect place for romantic people and those who prefer to spend their vocations in peace, silence and unity with nature.

It would be an exaggeration to say that the tropical rains are pelting without a break and the sun is completely hidden behind the clouds. According to statistics, on the average there are only 13 rainy days in a month and the sun is shining for about 5 hours a day. However, you shouldn’t expect an equal distribution of sunny and rainy periods. Sometimes the rains are steady, and sometimes they are intermittent.

The day temperature is usually about 36-38°C, and at night the temperature falls up to 25-28°C. The only one examination that can be quite difficult for people from another climatic region is too high air humidity (over 85%) and reaching its maximum 11+ index solar UV emission.

The sea is warm (about 29°C) but the water is muddy, stormy and pecky, so it is better not to try your luck and stay away from it. In June only the most experienced fishermen risk to put out to sea, though they do this quite carefully and extremely rare.

What else can you in Goa in June?

The beach holiday is a better variant for seasons when heavy rains are changed to sunny days. The sandy beaches during this season are deserted and empty, clean and perfect for long walks on the background of roaring ocean or for quiet holiday somewhere in an ivy bush. Swimming and water sports are not practiced during this period of the year.

Goa in June is a quiet safe place for those who are looking for a break from the concrete jungles and urban vanity. The beauty of the nature captivates and soothes. You can spend your time sitting on a terrace, yielding to laziness and enjoying the rainy day alone or in the group of significant others. Or you can take a gourmet tour around the restaurants or visit some spice plantations where you’ll be offered to try dishes from the local exotic cuisine.

Many nerds of Eastern and Asian medicine, Ayurveda, yoga and meditations prefer to spend their holidays in Goa during the monsoon season because of the quietness and thinly populated places. For the same reason the newly married couples choose Goa in June for wedding ceremonies and honeymoons.

June in Goa offers the tourists a great variety of options for active tourism: you can visit different nature reserves, numerous places of interesting and sightseeing attractions, try rafting on the river Mandovi, take excursions to waterfalls or participate in festivals.

Some of the most beautiful Catholic festivals and holidays are held in Goa during June: St. Anthony’s Day (13 th of June) when the faithful lower the figure of the Saint into the well waiting for the rains to fill their water reserves; Sao Joao Day/St. John’s Day (24 th of June) when the peasants organize a jolly holiday and jump into the wells; Saints Peter and Paul Day (29 th of June) – the fishermen holiday during which fishermen tie their boats together and organize theatrical performances with songs and dances on them.

For accommodation it is recommended to choose a good housing with air conditioning, hot water and opportunity to organize meal yourself as the tourist infrastructure on the beaches during this period of the year is almost absent. The most comfortable areas for beach holiday in June are Baga and Candolim in the north, and Colva and Cavelossim in the south where you can find plenty of shops, restaurants with Indian and European cuisines, tourist complexes with all required services, ayurveda clinics, banks and other necessary things you may need during your vocations.

In June, as well as during the whole monsoon season, the prices for accommodation units, tourism services, airline tickets and transportation are usually lower than in the peak season.

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