Things to do in Goa during monsoons
Go on an exhilarating trek across Goan terrains
Goa is known for its off-beat trekking adventures. Some of the most famous trekking points are at their prime during the monsoon months. Udaan Dongor, one of the more famous treks, is a must for those who love indulging in photography for this trek is dotted with captivating sceneries, perfect for lenses. This trek takes about 6 hours to complete and begins at Panjim, with preliminary safety training. Trekkers navigate through the rugged terrain embraced in the wilderness to reach their destination.
If you are feeling a little more adventurous, you can opt for the Vagheri Mountain trek. This 7 km trek takes an hour to complete and takes you to the top of the highest peak in the region. The starting point of this trek is Chorla Ghats, easily reachable via road. This daunting trail calls for enthusiasm, but trekkers have deemed the trek to be worthy of all their efforts.
Best places to visit in Goa during monsoons
This famous waterfall is a sight to behold during any season. However, during the monsoon months, the waterfall can be seen roaring with life as it is filled to its maximum capacity. Mandovi river drops from a height of 320 m to create this four-tiered cascading waterfall. The popular tourist attraction is located 60 km from Panjim, on the Belgaum–Vasco da Gama rail route and can be easily reached via road or train.