Drive through Goa and feel the green tint on your car glass

Venita Gomes

These six villages of Goa in the monsoon are worth a visit as Goa puts on a green blanket.

Goa in monsoon|Goan villages| | Photo:


In North Goa, Aguada comes alive in the monsoon as its hills take a green cover. The drive to Aguada fort and the jail, which is now a museum, is a scenic one.

Goa in monsoon|Goan villages|Aguada| | Photo:


The village of Parra in North Goa is where you will find roads dotted with coconut trees and vast expanse of paddy fields.

Goa in monsoon|Goan villages| Parra| | Photo: Rohan Fernandes


In the rains, driving through this island is sure to provide you tranquility and peace.

Goa in monsoon|Goan villages| Divar | Photo: Rohan Fernandes


There is no other colour that you will find in Cansaulim village in the monsoon. The only colour you will see is green -- thanks to the farmers who still continue with their traditional farming.

Goa in monsoon|Goan villages|Cansaulim | Photo: Rohan Fernandes


Here, one can get to view the vast expanse of the Arabian sea as one drives on the new highway that bypasses Canacona and heads straight to Karwar in Karnataka.

Goa in monsoon|Goan villages|Galgibaga | Photo: Venita Gomes


Hills covered with fog and terrace farming are the two sceneries that stand out as one passes through Canacona in the monsoon.

Goa in monsoon|Goan villages|Canacona | Photo:

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