By now you all know how much I love my hometown Goa. This post is for all the travelers who wants to visit Goa in monsoons.
So, Goa is a very well known tourist attraction on the west coast of India, especially known for its beaches.
People love celebrating Christmas and the new year in Goa for obvious reasons. It hosts the International Film Festival of India just before Christmas and then the new year follows. All in all, Goa has become a perfect destination to spend your year end at. Having said that, Monsoon/Rainy season in Goa can be enjoyed too. Yes I mean it. The nature, the greenery, seeing the beaches when it rains, the clouds and then the street food is something you can’t get enough off.
Let me quickly share some pictures of my trip this time during Eid to my hometown Goa.
and now some pictures I clicked on Eid, I am sorry for the poor presentation,
So, our Eid day started by preparing Sheerkhurma (Its a sweet dish which is made with vermicelli in milk and lots of dry fruits).
Lunch menu was: Chicken Biryani, Chicken Tandoori, Mutton gravy, Bread and salad.
And as you have seen this pics now, I feel they are enough to give you an idea on how Goa looks in monsoon. If you have ever visited Goa in monsoon do share your experience in comments below. If you haven’t still then this is the right time for your travel.
So? What are you waiting for? Infact July-August-September is the best time to witness some amazing Goan stuff like local mushrooms and organic fruits/vegetables along with sightseeing beautiful nature, peaceful beaches (yes you won’t be able to dive in the sea because of high tides in rainy season, but there are still better things that are waiting for you).
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