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Goa in September

In September it prevails partly cloudy in Goa, but sometimes the sky clear up or it just rains. And sometimes it both rains and the sun is out. Here is how someone responds to the tourist weather in Goa in September: "In fact, I found that the weather is great — as soon as you start to think that it becomes unbearably hot, clouds suddenly appear and it gets cool all around... although only for a minute or two! "

In fact, Goa in September is not so hot. The maximum air temperature does not reach 30 ° C and the minimum is below 24 ° C. Humidity and ultraviolet radiation are at the highest level of the scale. Total precipitation in 11 days is 265 mm. It rains mostly at night, sometimes it's just passing showers. The bright part of the day is reduced by 1 hour compared with August, but with a growing number of sunshine — up to 6 hours per day.

The water of the Arabian Sea off the coast of Goa is, as always, warm (average temperature 28 ° C), but still muddy after exhaust of the monsoon rains. It is at times stormy, so the swimmers come rarely and inexperienced swimmers select shallow coves, that are abundant at the beaches of Goa.

For security reasons, there are severely limited range of water activities, except for boat cruises on the Mandovi river and some surfing, kite boarding and jet-skis in large specialized centers. Nature sports offer no less exciting alternatives, mile rafting on the Mhadei, tracking and mountainering.

The beach and trading infrastructure is progressively enriched in September, due to the known increase in tourist flow. The markets increase food choices and fresh fish.

Prices of accommodation and meals remain at summer rates, so young couples often opt for September for their honeymoon in Goa. Among older couples and those who can afford a second summer vacation, too many admirers arrive in Goa in September. It is a great time for effortless beach moments, excursions, walks and romantic dinners with the background of the magnificent sunset. September sunsets in Goa are the most beautiful.

The holiday calendar offers a vibrant festival in honor of the elephant god Ganesha (Ganesh Chaturthi, Vinayak Chaturthi) and the Festival of Nine nights or Navratri Dandiya Raas.

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