Hii Siddharth, , I will be happy to answer your travel queries *Famous for its beaches, nightlife and Portuguese culture Goa is rightly called party capital of India.
* Goa has numerous beaches and both parts beaches of Goa electrifying and party animal's heaven.
*north goa attract more people than South Goa if you love surrounded by people and touristic atmosphere then you should definitely visit North Goa. the best of them are Candolim beach, Baga ,Anjuna , Calangute,morjim ,arambol and vagator beach.
*on the other side South Goa beaches are tranquil, they have hidden peace are more clean quiet and mostly visited by foreigners the best of them are agonda, palolem, butterfly,patnem, cola beach . is also famous for its Portuguese past churches cathedral and forts whereas South Goa is heaven for wildlife enthusiasts with its distinct flora and fauna, it's a great place for nature lovers .
* now if I talk about visiting North Goa ,it is good for street food lovers,they will get a variety of foods non-veg and veg too ,South Goa might not suit your taste but will give to some new experiences to your taste buds and I am sure gonna love it. *in simple words if you want a quiet atmosphere in Goa you must prefer South Goa but if you are coming to Goa for partying with friends family then North Goa is preferable. but in December even north goa is non crowdy .
*you can surely travel to goa in December if relaxation is your motive,if not ,then it's not a good time for goan party seekers.
*I checked online and found that the best of the deals for Goa were at tripoto itself you can once refer this link ,there are many great packages available here https://www.tripoto.com/goa/tour-packages HAPPY TRAVELLING 💕
Go Ahead,Actually Goa is the best time to visit December,Most of the people plan to visit to Goa in December.Apart from normal activities,You can enjoy a lot with goan festivals in December and night parties also.
Early December is good for Goa but the prices for Stay as well as Vehicles shoot up as the Xmas and New Year approach but again December is peak season in Goa and you may find the Famous Beaches crowded specially during weekends and festivals.
From, mid December to mid January, one can find the best time to visit Goa in its peak season.
Climate: The climate during the peak season remains near perfect every time. The approximate daytime temperature is about 32 degrees Celsius making it ideal to indulge in adventure sports and sightseeing in Goa. The relative humidity ranges between 33% which is comfortable and 85%, which is humid.
The tourists generally consider the time between the months of October to March as the best time to visit Goa. The weather then is generally calm and cool and all the facilities available to the travelers. It is an ideal time to visit the beaches which remain cooler and festivities abound the ambiance of the popular beaches.
The peak season in Goa is during the months of December and January owing to the mind blowing party scene prevalent here during the eve of Christmas and New Year’s. This is the time when most popular national and international DJ’s flock to Goa for celebrating the events.
Goa in Winter:
Temperature - The air temperature during the season of winter fluctuates between 21°C and 32°C. Weather – The aftermath of the monsoon gives way to all kinds of greens when winter falls. The warm rays of the sun kiss your skin as slightly cold winds play with your hair. You take in the scent of the salty sea as the clear sky above you calls for an adventure. The pleasant weather during the winter season makes it the best time to visit Goa. Tourists start pouring in, owing to the agreeable weather that kicks off the high season. Goa in winter is all about late nights that make you want to sit by the sea with a light shawl wrapping you in a tight embrace as you watch the sea waves beat against the rocks on the seashore. Significant events - The clement weather calls for a plethora of activities and festivals, attracting tourists from all over the globe. This is perhaps the most suitable time for you to venture outdoors and acquaint yourself with the surroundings. Gallivant around Goa in the winter season and you will sense celebrations in the air. The many churches of Goa look ever so beautiful, illuminated with pristine lights in the night as the sound of carols echo from their walls announcing the arrival of Christmas. Not just Christmas, Goa also has festivals that are central to its culture and spirit. One of the main highlights of this season is the Goa Carnival held in the month of February. This carnival just has one rule, leave your worries at home and get ready to feast on amazing food, music, dance and have a lot of fun. Not just any other festival, musical parades held in the capital do not fail to catch anybody’s eye. It is also a ritual to take the party to the streets, concluding with the famous black and red dance performed by the Clube Nacional in the state capital. Why you should visit now – This time of the year is all about lit up and crowded streets, watching fellow tourists or locals whiz by you in scooters and dancing the night away with your loved ones. With Goa usually being a warm place and a victim of the strong sunrays, this time of the year grants some mercy to the land of good times. Do not disappoint the adventurer in you as you enjoy the thrill of water sports at Mahdei River or Agonda Beach. Things to know before the visit – If you are looking for some peace and serenity, we advise you to head to South Goa and the north in case you wish to explore Goa’s much talked about nightlife. Keep in mind that Goa remains shut between 1 and 4 pm in the afternoon. Hence, plan your trip accordingly. Tips – Since this is the peak season, ensure that your tickets are booked well in advance. Plan your activities and itinerary according to the weather. While you pack, make sure you include both warm and cool clothes as well as sunscreen and some glasses. Carry flip-flops, sandals and some swimwear as well.