Five Reasons to visit Goa this monsoon

Five reasons to visit Goa this monsoon


Think empty, soaked beaches; fresh greens, majestic waterfalls, and all the financial benefits of planning an offseason vacation. We give you five reasons to visit Goa during monsoon which might just be your best trip ever.


  • Travel expense

A huge part of every Goan trip’s expense will go into air fare. Book a holiday in August and you will be pleasantly surprised. It totals to just  around Rs 8000 (round trip), which is almost half the usual cost. But for the lucky ones down South, your destination is cheaper and just a bus ride or a road trip  away.

  • River Rafting
Rafting in Goa | Photo: tripraja

Goa is not just a city, it’s an emotion. Experience something out of this world while battling the rapids of Mhadei River along with Atlantis Water Sports River Rafting. Held between June and September, book your next adventure with them online to fill your soul at reasonable prices without compromising on your safety.

  • Bungee jumping
Bungee Jumping – Photo: Top 10 Goa

Whether summer or monsoon, this activity will always give you a spine chilling experience. If you do have the guts to try this, make a run to the Atlantis Water Sports office where they strive to give you India’s best adrenaline dive along with STANZ (Standard of Australia and New Zealand) standard operation procedure and the best staff.

For those thinking of their next Instagram post, Atlantis Water Sports bungee jumping even includes 5 different 4K camera angles and one flying copter!


  • Water Sports
Water Sports – Photo: Atlantis Watersports

Explore the unexplored at Tarkali village sandwiched between Arabian Sea and Karli River backwaters, along with Atlantis Water Sports. Giving you a unique package consisting of parasailing, jet-ski, bumper ride, banana ride and speed boat, it’s worth every penny. Experience everything from sunrise to sunset, from romance  to adventure here.

Don’t miss out on the water Sports package presented by Atlantis Water Sports along the side of the beautiful River Sal in South Goa, easily one of the most popular tourist spots and the third largest River here as well. If you’ve never had a taste of adventure, try a hand at their Jet Ski to perform cool stunts and tricks or their yellow banana to experience a different kind of ride on water. Open specifically during the monsoon season, book and share on Facebook now to get a flat Rs 300 off!

  • Trek to Tambdi Surla
Tambdi Surla Trek: Photo: Dudhsagar Falls

To witness magical waters oozing out, visit Tambdi Surla Waterfall from June to January. Walk your way through the enchanting dense forest highly untouched. If you scream adventure, experience Atlantis Water Sport’s Zip lining and Wall Climbing at Nature’s Nest. Relax and rejuvenate yourself at the end of the day with a free of cost Fish Spa that is also provided here.

The trek that lasts 90 minutes (one way), is suitable if you are a beginner as well. Enjoy

a lavish Goan special lunch provided by Atlantis Water Sports after your trek.

Goa is more than just sunny beaches or getting tanned at Baga or Candolim; whether summer or monsoon, the Goan spirit prevails. So, don’t put away that long time Goa trip you have been planning. Visit Goa this monsoon to experience everything beautiful and thrilling with Atlantis Water Sports.



About Author

Sruthi Praveen
A self proclaimed amateur chef in the making, with a taste for all things fine and delectable, Sruthi has come far from growing up with Enid Blyton to living the world of Ice and Fire with George R.R. Martin. An avid anime fan with a penchant for playing with stray animals of all kinds, proud cat mother to one Mizune Torashi, has tried her hand at Law from Symbiosis but the course wasn’t to her liking. So she started writing blogs for fun and content for friends. Her favourite things to do include walking on the beach, feeling the taste of rain in the air and conducting short rock operas with Mizune as the only audience.