Goa in mid - June 2012

#1 May 27th, 2012, 01:35
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Hi!

I am thinking of visiting Goa during the second/third week of June this year. I have been to North Goa before. Want to explore the southern part this time around.

had a few things to ask -
-I am looking for a beach side accommodation. Suggestions with websites or phone numbers of such places would be helpful
-what all inland places are there to explore?
-Is the weather during this time rough?
-Will the beaches be relatively inaccessible due to such weather?

thanks
#2 May 27th, 2012, 02:26
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1) As you are going in mid-june, i am assuming that you will stay in calangute-baga only as all other beaches will be deserted during that time. Go to cleartrip.com and find it. They are having 50% discount currently if you stay for 5 days in any hotel.

2) Inland places are : panaji, basillica of bom jesus, old churches, etc..

3) Yeah it will be raining

4) you may be able to access beach if it doesn't rain during your stay.


Local Language : Gujarati lago chho...jalsa karjo ane varshad ni chinta na karta..shree sagar (south indian, snacks) and jiya's (punjabi) aa be hotel jamava mate sari chhe..banne calangute ma chhe..
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mid june....??? its a rainy season and i am 90% sure that it will be rainying during this time...unless ur very lucky....that dosent mean that u cant enjoy in goa...u'll see the difference...
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Originally Posted by hardikjogi View Post 1) As you are going in mid-june, i am assuming that you will stay in calangute-baga only as all other beaches will be deserted during that time. Go to cleartrip.com and find it. They are having 50% discount currently if you stay for 5 days in any hotel.

2) Inland places are : panaji, basillica of bom jesus, old churches, etc..

3) Yeah it will be raining

4) you may be able to access beach if it doesn't rain during your stay.


Local Language : Gujarati lago chho...jalsa karjo ane varshad ni chinta na karta..shree sagar (south indian, snacks) and jiya's (punjabi) aa be hotel jamava mate sari chhe..banne calangute ma chhe..
thanks!!
just wana chill out for a bit.. and clouds will help the cause i guess
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Originally Posted by kinmahesh View Post mid june....??? its a rainy season and i am 90% sure that it will be rainying during this time...unless ur very lucky....that dosent mean that u cant enjoy in goa...u'll see the difference...
hi! thanks for the reply..
i need a break, and this is the only time i can have it, and goa is the only place for an escape of the kind that i am looking for right now..
hope atleast the roads are accessible..
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The roads will be accessible. Beaches tend to shrink or disappear with higher waters.

GoanGoan......here & there..Goa
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Originally Posted by goangoangone View Post The roads will be accessible. Beaches tend to shrink or disappear with higher waters.

thanks!!
am looking for a beach side resort/hotel for accomodation..
i looked up on the web, called up a few places that were appealing only to find that they do not function from june to oct.

if you could suggest a few that are comfortable as well as exotic..
budget is not much of a problem..
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Goa is the finest of tourist destinations in India, beaches are the major attractions of Goa. Dona paula beach is most popular in Goa. There are many more beaches like Anjuna beach, Baga beach, colva beach and many more..If you are planning to visit goa on holidays don't miss out the places that i have just mentioned...
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Originally Posted by sivadarsh1 View Post Goa is the finest of tourist destinations in India, beaches are the major attractions of Goa. Dona paula beach is most popular in Goa. There are many more beaches like Anjuna beach, Baga beach, colva beach and many more..If you are planning to visit goa on holidays don't miss out the places that i have just mentioned...
Did you read the rest of the thread before you did you cut & paste job? Or even the title of the thread?

But then maybe your part of Kerala doesn't get monsoon?
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Originally Posted by sivadarsh1 View Post Goa is the finest of tourist destinations in India, beaches are the major attractions of Goa. Dona paula beach is most popular in Goa. There are many more beaches like Anjuna beach, Baga beach, colva beach and many more..If you are planning to visit goa on holidays don't miss out the places that i have just mentioned...
Gotta be the Worst post i've ever seen on this site.
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Monsoon delayed

Monsoon is currently predicted 4 to 5 days late.

#12 Jun 2nd, 2012, 04:31
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Goa is beautiful during the monsoons, more if you just want to relax. Roads are accessible, sea is best avoided. All the high end Hotels and Resorts, and a few Guesthouses, are accepting visitors with huge discounts available. Check www.planet-goa.com, the website has listings of quite a few place that are going to be open during the monsoons. Hire a bike and head out in the rains, and you will have the time of your life!!!!
They do not know very good Latin, these botanists.!!!
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Originally Posted by roadjunkie View Post Goa is beautiful during the monsoons, more if you just want to relax. Roads are accessible, sea is best avoided. All the high end Hotels and Resorts, and a few Guesthouses, are accepting visitors with huge discounts available. Check www.planet-goa.com, the website has listings of quite a few place that are going to be open during the monsoons. Hire a bike and head out in the rains, and you will have the time of your life!!!!

thanks man!

relaxing is exactly what i want to do..
and, of course, riding in the rains..
nirvana..
#14 Jun 4th, 2012, 17:39
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It is off-season in middle of june due to rainy season. You would have less options to enjoy this great place.
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Apart from many beaches (Colvo, Agonda, Benaulim, Palolem, etc) in S. Goa, you can visit DoodhSagar falls. You can catch a morning train to the falls from Madgaon.
Also you can travel to the beaches of Gokarna in North Karnataka. I felt them very beautiful and less crowded than those in Goa. If weather permits you can trek the cliffs to the Kudle, Om and Paradise beach from near Gokarna temple.

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