Goa has a tropical weather with monsoons, torrential rains that fall between the months from June to September. Still, the region has a mild weather perfect for visiting the area all year long. Its average annual temperature is 28ºC (82,4ºF) reaching a maximum of 35 °C (95 °F) in summer. In the coldest months (December, January and February) the average lowest temperatures are 20 °C (68 °F). April and May are the hottest months.
Indian Rupee (RS). It’s best to exchange some money to the local currency before travelling to India or upon your arrival at the airport, in order to cover the first expenses but it’s important to check the money they give you. Sometimes -and depending on which exchange office you use- they will give you the money in very small bills and may lead to confusion. Check the rupees you get in order to avoid any troubles. Later, look for the best place to exchange currencies, usually hotels or banks.
When to go
The most popular months to visit Goa are between September and January, when it’s not the rainy season and it’s not too hot. The least recommended months to go there are April and May since they’re the driest and hottest months. It’s also common to visit this area during the monsoon season, even though the humidity and torrential rains make it a little difficult to visit the place.