The Greens of Goa in August
There is a magic in the air after the rains in Goa. From north to south, the coastal state takes us through many saturated colours.
Exploring the beauty of the state, here are a few photographs that show the Goan Monsoons leaving a trail.
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The dark sky indicates the continuous fierce rains. Photo by Amrita Das.
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In August, light drizzle is often seen during the day. Photo by Amrita Das.
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Panjim wears a quiet look in the retrograde of the Monsoons. Photo by Amrita Das.
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The best way to explore is on a two-wheeler as soak yourself in the rains. Photo by Amrita Das.
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The spice farms are worth a visit in this season. Photo by Amrita Das.
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In some parts of north Goa, the clouds move away quickly. Photo by Amrita Das.
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Anjuna Beach becomes a favourite where the water is safe within accessible limits. Photo by Amrita Das.
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A good time to visit Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary in Chorao, along River Mandovi. Photo by Amrita Das.
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Or visit the Budbudyanchi Tali or the bubble pond in Netravali in Sanguem. Photo by Amrita Das.
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The rivers around Talpona in Canacona are worth wandering around. Photo by Amrita Das.
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The Cabo de Rama fort in South Goa’s Canacona leads a beautiful trail. Photo by Amrita Das.
About the author: Amrita is a freelance travel writer and full-time travel blogger at Travelling Ides of March . She quit her corporate job to become a traveller. She has been contributing to some of the top publications in India and internationally. She propagates female solo travel and shares her experiences from off-beat, culture and adventure travel through her writing. She tweets at @Amrita_Dass.