The Best Season (November–February): This is the best season for a party, chilled beer, mild and comfortable weather, and a perfect beach getaway. You can find most of the crowd, and foreigners in this season can also cherish festivals like Sunburn, New Year, Christmas, etc. As a result, prices rise in all areas, so book your hotels ahead of time because this is peak season, and hotel prices are much higher than you would expect.
Summer (March-May): Despite the extreme heat and humidity, prices are relatively low and crowds are smaller during this season.
Monsoon (June-October): My favorite season, though rains turn Goa into a rainy place. Most of the beaches are closed, and because of the rain, most of the hotels are surrounded by bushes. I visited Goa in August and found it extremely pretty, as the lush green countryside, less crowded sea beaches, and cleanest roads make it so beautiful. The price is reasonable and a great option for budget travelers to explore Goa in the perfect way.
How to Reach
The tiny state is always a top priority in terms of beaches and holiday purposes. A lot of crowds often come from different parts of the country and abroad to enjoy a relaxing holiday here. Keep the crowd in mind; Goa offers an extensive way to reach the destination via air, rail, road, and water.
By Air: If you travel to Goa by air, then the nearest international airport is located at Dabolim. Dabolim airport is situated at a distance of almost 29 kilometers from Panaji. This international airport is well connected to major domestic cities as well as international cities such as the United Kingdom and Germany.
By Rail: It is quite easy to reach Goa via the railways, as there are a few railway stations in Goa located in Madgaon and Thivim. Madgaon and Vasco-da-Gama are the main railway stations that connect South Goa, and Thivim is the main station that connects North Goa easily. These railway stations are well linked with Mumbai and then other parts of the country as well.