Geography of Calangute

A study on the geography of Calangute reveals that the beach lies in North Goa on the shores of Arabian Sea. It is located about 15 kilometers from Panaji, the capital of Goa. Calangute beach is surrounded by Saligao, Candolim and Arpora-Nagpoa.

Calangute beach is one of the most crowded beaches in India. The best time to visit the beach is between November and February. During this period, the beach experiences a pleasant climate. However, it is noteworthy that the climate of Calangute remains pleasant throughout the year, apart from meager variations. The beach experiences mild summersand during the summer months, the temperature ranges between 24°C and 32.7°C. The winter season require light woolen clothes. The temperature in winter season varies between 21.3°C and 32.2°C. Besides, the Calangute experiences a heavy rainfall during the monsoon, when the tourists are advised to avoid the beach.

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Last Updated on 07 August 2012



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