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Activities to do in Goa during Monsoon

Visit the beautiful Dudhsagar waterfalls, go rafting in the mhadei river,  visit the spice gardens, go for a river cruise, enjoy the monsoon festivals, drive up the ghats , Explore Wildlife Sanctuaries,Explore the Forts and many more.

The beautiful coastal city of Goa is a paradise for tourists and the plethora of activities to do in Goa in monsoon, especially, makes a trip to this party heaven absolutely worth it! Bustling with travellers for most of the year, especially in summers and winters, the monsoons aren’t peak season in Goa and that’s what makes your stay all the more wonderful! The crowds are fewer and the experiences, many! On an average Goa receives 2900 mm of rain per year, which means the city is beautifully washed in hues of browns, blues and greens. 

Apart from experiencing the nightlife, beaches and shacks that Goa is known for, there are plenty of other
things to do in Goa during monsoon. Some of the most recommended being a trip to the lush Spice Garden, where the whiff of spices wafts through the air, and the wildlife sanctuaries across the city, made prettier by the heavy rainfall here. Activities like river rafting, a sunset boat cruise, and a trip to the magnificent Dudhsagar Waterfalls are a must in the monsoon. As is a visit to the forts if you’re keen on breathing in the monsoon beauty of Goa from an elevation. Prepare a bucket list of Goa monsoon experiences, because we recommend doing them all!

Here is the list of best things to do in Goa in monsoon:

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Visit the Beautiful Dudhsagar Waterfalls

Very few sights compare to the beauty of the Dudhsagar Waterfalls, especially in the monsoon. Translating to ‘Ocean of Milk’, owing to its frothy white waters, this 1017 feet high fall roars as it gushes down over the rocky terrain.

The best way to explore the falls is to book a safari that involves off-roading in a Jeep. The ride takes you from the base of the falls, through the lush tropical greenery, leading up to the falls. The waters of Dudhsagar coupled with the light rainfall make the sight, heavenly! Splash around, bathe in the pools, take a walk through the dense jungle around Dudhsagar and befriend monkeys as you feed them along the way and its one of the best 
places to visit in Goa in July.

Location: Sonaulim, Goa 403410

Timings: 24 hours

Price: Starting at Rs. 1300 per person


Go for a River Cruise

One of the most calming things to do in Goa in monsoon is to hop onto a boat and leave your worries behind as you cruise along on the serene waters of the Mandovi River. Take a break from the beaches, nightlife, and the bustle of the city and enjoy a laid-back 1-hour trip across the river.

If you book a tour, be prepared for a lot of fun which includes entry to the Carnival Village, watching performances, dancing to the beats by the DJ and indulging in delightful dishes at the numerous food stalls. Needless to say, Panaji’s splendid panoramic views from the boat, especially at night, make it a memorable ride!

Tourism Jetty, below the Mandovi Bridges, Patto, Panaji, Goa 403001

05:15 PM, 06:15 PM, 07:15 PM

Price: Rs. 385 onwards per person


Trekking at Udaan Dongor

If you want an experience of a lifetime, one of the best things to do in Goa in monsoon is to book a trek to the famous Udaan Dongor, hidden in the town of Valpoi. Goa’s fourth highest peak, Udaan Dongor is home to treacherous wilderness, winding trails, and gushing streams.

There's a good chance of spotting bison, leopards and deer as you trudge along the trails. On reaching the peak you'll be welcomed by the breathtaking panoramic view of the Western Ghats. The light rain washes over the trees around lending to them a beautiful lush green shade that adds an unparalleled beauty to the scenery!

Location: Valpoi, Goa 403506

Timings: 7 am to 7 pm

Price: Rs. 3000 for guided trek

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Go Rafting in the Mhadei River

Rafting on the Mhadei River is one of the best things to do in Goa in monsoon. Often referred to as the Mandovi River, the location is surreal and the downpour makes it perfect for rafting. Ideal for first-timers and seasoned adventure enthusiasts, the rafting activity spans 10 kms, welcoming you to vistas of bright green jungles along the way.

Manoeuvre your way across Class 2 and 3 rapids that are easy yet enthralling as you ride over the moody waves that add to the fun of the activity. Don’t miss out on the delightful wildlife sanctuary that passes you by. 

Location: Valpoi, Goa 403506

Timings: 9:30 am and 2:30 pm

Price: Rs. 1500 onwards


Visit the Spice Gardens

Goa’s Spice Gardens are a must-visit during the rainy season. The gardens sprawl for acres and boast of an exotic array of aromatic spices including Nutmeg, Vanilla, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Pepper and much more. Imagine the fragrance of the spices blending with the petrichor during the monsoon! As you tour the garden you learn about the variety of spices, their medicinal values, uses and growing methods.

Lunch at the Spice Gardens is served in earthen pots and on banana leaves, followed by fresh fruits from their organic farms which are served as dessert. . Following a delicious meal, you’ll learn more about vanilla extraction, cashew nut processing, and swinging the Betel Nut palms. The folk dance show and an enjoyable elephant-back ride, later, makes it one of the favourite 
places to visit in goa during monsoon, among tourists.

Location: Neo Majestic Hotel Aberdeen, Alto- Betim Porvorim, Bardez, Goa 403521

Timings: 9 am - 5 pm

Price: Starting at Rs. 400 per person


Enjoy the Monsoon Festivals

If you thought monsoon is the season to celebrate in Goa, you’re absolutely right! The city hosts umpteen festivals across towns, that can only be experienced in the rainy season. The Sao Joao Fest in Siolim is one of the brightest carnivals, celebrated in memory of St, John the Baptist. Vibrant clothing and floral headgears are flaunted and Goa’s popular drink, Feni, flows freely. If you’re a foodie head to the Patolleanchem Feast that offers mouth-watering seafood delicacies and it one of the best places to visit in goa in july.

The highlight of this feast is ofcourse, the Patolleo, a dessert with rice, coconut and jaggery, after which this feast is named. Another unusual fest is the Touxeachem Fest where devotees of St. Anne arrive with two cucumbers, one which is offered to the statue, and the other is taken home after seeking blessings. From food fests to friendly mud-fights, the list goes on. 

Location: Across the city

Timings: All Day

Price: Free

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Drive Up The Ghats

One of the almost-mandatory things to do in Goa in monsoon is to drive up the ghats, especially the Chorla Ghat, approximately a 2-hour drive from Calangute and Panjim. Chorla Ghat, a part of the Western Ghats, is testimony that Goa goes beyond clubs, shacks and beaches and has much more to offer.

As you drive up towards the ghat you’ll pass by the Harlem Waterfall and the Arvalem Cave that is believed to have housed the Pandavas during their exile. Once you enter the ghat, the road is lined with towering coconut trees which form canopies. Being at a height, the skies are brimming with clouds. If Goa is known for its lush greenery and pleasant weather all through the year, one can simply imagine what a pleasurable ride it must be to drive through this route in the monsoon. 

State Highway 4, Belgavi, Maharashtra 403505

Timings: 24 hours

Price: Free


Explore Wildlife Sanctuaries

If you don’t visit the wildlife sanctuaries of Goa during the monsoon, your trip isn’t complete. One of the off-beat things to do in Goa during monsoon is to visit the evergreen sanctuaries that the city has to offer. Visit Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary for its beautiful waterfalls and for a trip to the pristine Chorla Ghats and it also one of the best places to visit in goa in july.

Admire more than 250 species of butterflies and birds here. If you’re an adventure seeker, head to the Mhadei River for some rafting. Cotigao Sanctuary is another great place to visit if you want to spot Gazelles, Panthers and Sloths Bears. Other lesser-known sanctuaries include Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park, Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Netravali, and Bonda Sanctuary. 

Location: Varpoi, Khotigao, Verlem, Bonda and others

Timings: 9 am - 5 pm

Price: Starting at Rs. 20 per person


Explore the Forts

Nothing captures Goan history better than the forts that define the ancient city. An epitome of Portuguese and Indian architecture, Goan forts are a must-visit, especially in the rains, when trekking up to the forts and admiring the view from the top feels magical.

Some of the prominent forts of Goa are the majestic Corjuem Fort, a landmark of Portuguese architecture, and the Aguada Fort, built in the 19th century, which boasts of a lighthouse and the largest prison in Goa. Forts that belonged to Indian emperors include the Terekhol Fort of the 18th century and the famous Chapora Fort from where you can enjoy a captivating view of the Vagator Beach and they are must visit 
places to visit in goa in june.

Location: Chapora, Candolim, Bardez and others

Timings: Open 24 hours (Ideal visit: 6 am to 6 pm)

Price: Free

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Enjoy the Happening Nightlife

One of the many things to do in Goa in monsoon is to go clubbing, which is equally fun all year-round! Goa harbours a medley of party places, ranging from clubs to beach shacks, pubs and bars, night markets and cruises. Every venue stands out in its own way.

The clubs are known for their impeccable choice of foot-tapping music and glam interiors, while the bars and pubs are frequented for their bite-sized delectables and free-flowing liquor. If you want to let your hair down, dine, and soak in the beauty of Goa, you ought to visit the beach shacks. But if you’re looking for some out-of-the-box fun hit the casinos for a night of gambling, or head to the night markets to go on a Goan shopping spree.

Location: Across the city

Timings: 6 pm onwards

Price: Rs. 1000 onwards


Go on a Scooter Ride with Friends

What's better than Goa in monsoon, you ask? Bike rides in the beautiful rains with your friends, we'd say!  Travelling to Goa with friends is what we have always dreamt of, but on the rare occasion that you happen to go, make sure you go on a bike ride in the rain with your gang!

One of the most memorable
things to do in Goa during monsoon, is to head out on a bike ride with your friends, while the soft breeze and cold rain brushes against your face! Quite a few rent-a-bike shops will be happy to oblige you with top-end models that you can drive around on smoothly. Whizz past beaches, ride along chapels, through quaint villages and on winding roads that challenge your riding skills.

Location: Across Goa

Timings: 24 hours

Price: Renting a bike starts at Rs. 1000 per day


Try the Goan Cuisine

Needless to say, when in Goa, be ‘Susegad’ and eat like there’s no tomorrow! Goa is an absolute delight for foodies. Being a coastal city, Goa offers the best of seafood that range from prawns to crabs, shellfish to shark, and everything in between. Some of the must-try dishes here are the fish curry, the Chicken Xacuti, Pork Vindaloo, and the dry prawn curry prepared especially during the monsoon season.

The seafood here is absolutely fresh and a must-try! There are quite a few vegetarian options too including Sorak, a simple curry, and Patolea, made with leaves, coconut, red rice and tamarind. End your meal with the local sweet, Bebinca or the tourist favourite, Perad, also called Guava Cheese which os one of the best 
places to visit in goa in june.

Location: Across the city

Timings: All Day

Price: Starting at Rs. 600 for two

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Visit Anjuna Flea Market

Goa isn’t all party and pubs, beaches and bars. Some of the unusual monsoon experiences in Goa include a trip to Anjuna Flea Market for some good old traditional buys. Set up daily, except Wednesdays, the market is like an escape from Goa while still in the city and it a must visit places to visit in goa during monsoon.

Dotted with Kashmiri, Tibetan, and Rajasthani shops, one can choose from an array of saris, bags, jewellery, spices, home decor items and so much more! The vibrant shops are bustling with tourists, there are artists selling portrait and tattoo services and travellers thronging cafes for some chilled beer and hot food to go with it. 

10, St. Michael’s Vaddo South, Anjuna, Goa 403509

Timings: 9 am - 5 pm

Price: Free Entry (Personal expenses to be accounted for)


Visit the Casino

There are umpteen things to do in Goa during monsoon, but something that you can enjoy all through the year is gambling at the many casinos Goa has to offer. While some onshore casinos are equipped only with electronic games, the floating casinos is where all the action is.

There are live tables, VIP gaming rooms, entertainment zones, lounges, LIVE music, and if you’re lucky enough you just might spot a celebrity! Poker, Roulette, Black Jack and much more await! Some of the best spots for a night of gaming include Big Daddy Casino, Deltin Royale, Casino Pride, Deltin Caravela, and Casino Strike, among many others. 

River Mandovi, Captain Of Ports Jetty, Panaji, Goa 403001

Timings: Open 24 hours

Price: Starting at Rs. 2000

People Also Ask About Goa

  1. Are Goa beaches closed in monsoon?

    No. The beaches in Goa are not closed during monsoons. One can visit Goa and the beaches anytime of the year. However, the crowd would be way less and there is a possibility of many shacks and other places being closed due to the off-season.
  2. What should we carry in Goa in monsoon?

    Goa rains are heavy but easy to get through. Carry the basic monsoon essentials that include a raincoat, a pair of waterproof, non-slippery shoes, and a waterproof bag, especially if you're trekking. Carry a few extra pairs of light-material wear that doesn't soak up water.
  3. Where should I stay in Goa during monsoon?

    Goa offers abundant resorts, hotels, homestays, backpacker hostels and other accommodations. Some of the best locations to stay at in the monsoons are resorts and villas, which are designed for you to make the most of nature's bounty. The extensive spaces have gardens and pools that make for delightful monsoon retreats! Huge windows open up to expanses of coconut trees and the seas beyond, making monsoon in Goa a surreal experience.
  4. Is it good to visit Goa in monsoon?

    Most definitely, an ideal visit to Goa is during the monsoon. During the rains the city seems absolutely magical. Being the off-season, the prices are reasonable and tourist destinations are relatively empty so one can make the most of it while here. The heavy rainfall that Goa receives washes the city, painting the innumerable trees here a beautiful shade of green. Add to it the fragrance of Mother Nature, and you're in for a real treat!
  5. Is it worth visiting Goa in June?

    June is a great time to visit Goa! Being the onset of monsoon, the city gets a good break from the otherwise scorching heat. There's a bright colour palette of green which surrounds you and being the onset, the rain isn't too heavy either, contrary to how the weather changes drastically in July, leading to heavy rainfall.
  6. Can we visit Dudhsagar Falls in June?

    Yes. The early half of June is considered to be good for visiting the Dudhsagar Falls, which is a four-tiered waterfall that has milky white water cascading into a pool at the bottom. Moreover, the later half of June or early July mark the monsoons, around this time the waterflow from the falls is heightened and the surrounding terrain gets slippery and dangerous.
  7. Is it a good time to go to Goa in July?

    A visit to Goa in July is a good time for those who enjoy rains. The later half of June and early July mark the beginning of monsoons in Goa. The place receives heavy downpour and Is considered an off season for tourists. However, the places remain open with less people and an unmatched beauty of Goan landscapes.
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12 April 2019
Simply WOW!! Quite a thrillophilic journey with immensely warm hospitality, perfect planned schedules and of course amazing travel. As planned we were picked up @7 in the morning and were taken to the falls which happens to be around 100 kms. Bus they provide are very comfortable and AC will also be sufficient to beat the heat of sultry Goa. We also covered a landmark church of Goa enroute. They will give you around 15 20 mins to get that holy feel. Once we reached the venue we were given time to have breakfast, meanwhile the guide arranged tickets for the whole group and settled us up in the bolero which takes you from there further. It was again a Splendid journey of 45 mins through mahavir national park where you will cross several streams also. Pure off roading and adventurous experience. From the parking u have to walk for 5 mins to finally reach the destination which, you undoubtedly will feel deserving enough to have travelled for. Such a sublime scene and cool clear water with fishes around you will quench all the tiredness you might have had after traveelinh to several beaches. You get around 1.5 hours in total after final parking out of which for bathing you will get around 45 mins. Caution : please travel with good non slippery shoes as the rocks are too slippery and carelessness might get fatal. No worries though, you wont drown as they will provide you with life jackets so a good news for non swimmers. Post bath again you will be taken back and be served with complimentary lunch in goan style which is quite palatable. Then a short spice plantation tour followed by a return drop to the reapective pick up points. The trip will end in North Goa around 6 evening. ps : If you have time on your goa trip, do visit this place and thrillophilia is definitely a good option to consider coz it will wave off your trip organisational headache.
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Superb cycling experience, it was just the 3 of us including the guide and we were able to complete the trip real fast. The bird sanctuary is where we took most of the pics. We went off road through the forest area as well and we could find the railway lines located there. Couple of steep ups and downs which made cycling challenging. The total distance would be 30 kms. Best I've ever cycled
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Overall experience was good Ambience was Owesome 10/10 Location was good 6/10 Fod was ok 4/10
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Had an amazing morning with the best people! Rohan and his team are amazing hosts and if you are looking to cycle along scenic views and connect with some good folks- you should definitely try this!
"good trip....dudhsagar was good, lunch provided was too good, spice plantation was not that good as I come from kerala all are same spices what i see at home, so was not that great for me.... overall its a good experience.. "
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