Goa needs no introduction, really, we mean it. It is the most popular holiday destination especially in the month of May. But when it comes to June, not so much. This pattern follows because many are unaware of the splendor Goa holds, in June.
Goa is an exotic and fascinating place to visit at any given time and certainly any month. It is a place that paints a unique picture of itself setting it apart from the other states. Though a lot of shacks and restaurants shut down during this time, the parties continue in full swing.
Amid all the partying and hopping from one tourist attraction to another, nature is in its full bloom during the monsoon. This time happens to be the perfect time to go trekking and capture the beauty of waterfalls in Goa.
It’s time to rent some bikes and go on a fun road trip! We’ve made a list of few places you just can’t miss during the rainy season.
Amboli Ghat is one of the most beautiful hill stations in India. It is a popular mountain pass in the Sahyadri. The falls go through the roads and fall into the deep valley, explore the Amboli Ghat.
The Dudhsagar Falls is a must visit during the rainy season. It is situated on the border of Karnataka and Goa and is one of the tallest waterfalls in India. You must have seen many take pics of these milky white waters on their train journey. There are four different trekking routes to reach here. Pack those backpacks and experience the beauty of the waterfalls.
This is another well-known scenic waterfall and is also known as Harvalem falls. This beautiful waterfall creates a calm lake at the bottom. You can reach this place either by taking a bus or hiring a cab. It is the nearest from Mapusa bus stand.
Unlike the other waterfalls, this one is not commonly known. Kuskem waterfall is located in the Canacona taluka in South Goa. It is an ideal picnic spot. This waterfall is in its full splendor during the monsoon.
Environmentalists, nature lovers and adventure seekers trek here often. This waterfall is on the way to Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary, the state’s second largest sanctuary. The area is lush green and with a dense forest.
If you know of any other areas that spring to life during this month, tell us in the comments below. And remember it’s time to break the myth ‘Goa is not happening in the month of June’. For the best holiday experience book with us!
(Pic Credits: Joe UK)