Top Places to Visit in December in Goa

 

Goa is one of the most famous tourist destinations in India, amongst Indians and foreigners. Goa is famous for its positive and cool vibe: this vibe attracts a lot of tourists every year. Goa is a city of beaches, palm trees, wood shacks, fresh air, and a multicultural environment. Anyone can fall in love with this “beach city”. However, the best time to fall in love with this place is in December when the weather is the zenith of its aestheticism and adventurous activities, restaurants, and cafes are open.




 

In December party-goers in Goa are in full swing which makes the nightlife and beaches of Goa brimmed even after dark. December holds a lot in itself, this is the most happening month of the year as Christmas & New Year’s Eve are at their peak, and parties, festivals, cruises, snorkelling, and water sports are starting to open again in December.




 

The romantic weather of December makes Goa a more desirable place among married and unmarried couples. Most of the couples visit Goa in December to participate in Christmas & New year’s eve functions and to spend some quality time with their partner.




 

Goa is indeed one of the most worthwhile visiting places of India and the positive vibe of December makes Goa more worthwhile to go. To make your journey more fruitful, here are some of the best places to visit in December in Goa.

 

1.   Dudhsagar Falls:





 

Dudhsagar fall is popularly translated as a “sea of milk” because of its milky white colour. One gets astonished when they witness the cascade of white foaming and milky water gushing down from the height of 1017ft, making the eyewitness believe that nature is more powerful than the human mind and body. This beautiful fall is awe-inspiring and will make you mesmerised. Visit this place with your partner and enjoy the charming vista of this beautiful destination.




 

2.    The Shacks:









A shack is a hut built from wood or other materials. The wooden shacks are mostly closed during the off-season. These shacks line most of the beaches in Goa so tourists can enjoy the experience of living in the shacks. It is very famous among tourists and December is the right time to enjoy these shacks.




 

3.    Silent discos:





 

Goa has many silent discos—- discos where partygoers have to wear headphones. Palolem Beach is known for its tranquillity and silent discos. Headphones are a unique concept where others don’t get disturbed and party-goers can enjoy the music and can dance till morning. Goa has always been crazy with parties and nightlife so party animals can fully enjoy the lifestyle of Goa.




 

4.    Candolim Beach:



Everyone knows that Goa is popularly known as the city of beaches as it has numerous beaches which are very magnificent and colossal. Some of the Goa beaches are also famous for their music festival just like Candolim Beach is famous for Supersonic Festival which is held every year in December. Many national and international artists exemplify their talent at this festival.




 

The Supersonic Festival attracts many local and international music lovers to this music show. These shows are crowded but also highly active and fun which makes them desirable among youngsters.

 

5.    Casinos:



Goa is rapidly becoming the mini Las Vegas of India as many casinos are opening every year in Goa. These casinos offer games such as Blackjack, Roulette, Poker, Baccarat, etc. Almost all casinos of Goa work 24 hours and also offer free food and water to their guests. These casinos are located in big hotels and ships on the Mandovi River.




 

6.    Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary:



This century is a utopia for bird lovers. Also, it is home to many birds and one of the most popular places to visit in Goa. The greenery, fresh atmosphere, and little cute creatures make Dr. Salim Ali a bird sanctuary. The month of December is a suitable time to visit Goa.

 

7.    Turtle Nesting:



Morjim, Galgibag, and Agonda, once in a year witness the arrival of Olive Ridley turtles to lay their eggs. Once the egg hatches, they move into the sea. You can also visit Arambol, Ashvem, Palolem, and Colva Beach to see the turtle nesting. December in Goa is a month for nature lovers.




 

8.    Flea Markets/ Night Markets:



Flea markets of Goa are famous for excellent bargains. You can buy cheap clothes, knick-knacks, accessories, trinkets, and souvenirs. These palaces are very active and lively. You can visit this place even if you do not want to buy anything, just to have a good time. The flea market at Anjuna, Mackie’s Night Bazaar in Baga, and the Arpora Saturday Night Market are very popular among tourists. Besides these markets, there are many shopping places in Goa.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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