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  • kolkatatrip

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    Which is the best time to visit Goa sea-beach in India?

    #1 Posted: 9/12/2013 - 13:30

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  • cybermutiny

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    After the monsoon ends is the best time. I think the months of October to December are usually quoted as being the most popular. I personally visited in December and thought it was the perfect time.

    #2 Posted: 10/12/2013 - 08:33

  • LolaNguyen

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    The dry season runs from Oct to March - with the best (driest) months being Nov, Dec, Jan.

    #3 Posted: 11/12/2013 - 18:46

  • parveen7

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    New year is the best time to visit Goa .

    #4 Posted: 13/12/2013 - 00:07

  • steve10988

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    The season from December to February is a peak season in Goa. Goa is one of the most ideal places in India to celebrate Christmas and new years. Booking accommodations in advance is a must during this time. You can expect double rates than you will find in the off season and better crowds from all around the world. Hotels range from budget to luxury boutique hotels.

    #5 Posted: 17/12/2013 - 00:46

  • tejayasarapu

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    December is the best time to visit..

    #6 Posted: 26/12/2013 - 08:46

  • walkonthenu-
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    I am italian...sorry for my english, the best time to visit the region of Goa is december and january. In this place there are many town and many beaches, some terrific some very bad. I suggest you to avoid Calangute. The best place is Palolem, very quite and lovely. On the beach there are many huts and many restaurant-bar. You can take a boat for 1000 rupies and go to Butterfly Island, one of the better beach i ever seen in india. The color of water is green! Another great place is gokarna ( 2 hours of train from palolem ) in the region of karnataka. Don't forget Hampi, very quite and holy place, you must take a sleepingbus, about 10 hours :) Bye, good trip!

    #7 Posted: 18/2/2014 - 06:36

  • Rupali

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    I think the months of December and January is the best for tourism. I personally visited in January and thought it was the perfect time.

    #8 Posted: 19/2/2014 - 03:54

  • Rupali

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    Hello Friend,
    I think February - March is the best season for visit Goa. I personally visited in March 1st week and thought it was the perfect time.


    Cheers!

    #9 Posted: 25/2/2014 - 05:42

  • gauravks

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    Last of September to end of March is the ideal time to enjoy at Goa beaches.

    #10 Posted: 26/2/2014 - 02:00

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  • brucewayne1-
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    The best time to visit goa is in DEC-JAN ...the best party season.

    #11 Posted: 23/5/2014 - 07:02

  • Gori

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    I am interested to know about the beach attraction for my next trip. My uncle is planning visit there with his entire family. Anyone here to help me the the best Goa beach attraction. Let me know which will be the best time to move and the things to do there. Also suggest an accommodation near the attractions.

    #12 Posted: 27/8/2014 - 15:52

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