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June will be pretty hot so try to avoid late afternoons.. Depending on your interest you can choose things to do.. Of course beaches are the primary attraction . Now, you have 2 options - north goa and south goa North goa is the more commercial and bustling region - you can stay near calangute or baga Hire a bike or 2 wheeler and hop various beaches in north Visit chapora fort (closes at 5 ) for your own dil chahta hai moment Titu’s lane has famous party scenes Anjuna has night markets Then there is south goa that has cleaner beaches and expensive resorts with private beaches.. if you are willing to spend... this can be a very surreal experience.. stay in palolem or varca Then there is the central area of Panaji You can visit the various churches here and spend time at the casino if you are interested
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I was waiting for june mid to get benefit of monsoon .
For how many days you are planning ?
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It must be hot weather there in June and so much humid . I will suggest go after some monsoon or In October.
One week
It is certainly do-able.. I have been there in june... But it wont be comfortable to hop beaches and due to off season, shacks are also fewer... nevertheless, you can certainly grab the moment it is not raining and move around.. and if you are a bunch of youngsters.. teven getting drenched in goa is fun! You can hire a car instead of a 2 wheeler but generally it is not that comfortable in narrow lanes
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Sure. Where do you plan on staying? North or South Goa?
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South goa
Hello. Travelling to goa in any month is fun if you are flexible towards weather. There is less tourist in Goa during June. Very less crowd. But this has advantage you will save a lot on accommodation. The prices of hotels are very low at this time. Regarding the travel itinerary I will suggest go and visit North goa first. Anjuna beach, calangaute, vagator beach, bags beach fall in North goa. You will have a lot of options to enjoy and party in North goa. A 3 day I'm North goa should be enough to party. And then head to South Goa beach especially Palolem beach. Beach is less crowdy and less pollution. It is much more calmer than North. You will get budget accommodation and good places to eat and try local goan dishes. P.S. - if you want to save money book hostels. they are super cheap,super comfortable and you get to meet lots of new people really.
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@atul I am just back from South Goa. I stayed at Agonda beach. You can hire a car for a day or two to North Goa and see the churches and forts. You can go on a boat trip to see the dolphins or if you like bird watching, you can go on a river trip near Agonda.
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