Candolim – Weather
Candolim is on the picturesque coast of North Goa on the western boarder of India. Like the rest of Goa, it has a hot tropical climate with a dry and a monsoon season. The dry season typically starts in October and finishes in May with a scorching average temperature of 32°C. This is the most popular time to travel, as the humidity levels are relatively low, making it ideal for a winter holiday. The height of the monsoon season stretches from June to September with the resort seeing the majority of the yearly rainfall. However, the temperatures are boiling hot and rarely drop below 28°C, which can mean it can get quite humid.