What’s the weather like in Dona Paula in June?
June is the wettest month of the year and marks the start of monsoon season in Goa. Dona Paula weather in June is usually very wet with most days experiencing heavy downpours and high humidity.
Dona Paula was once a fishing village before it was transformed into a vibrant beach resort in South Goa. It’s just 7km from Panaji, which is great for day trips and sightseeing its historical buildings and narrow streets. If you’re visiting Dona Paula in June, you’ll have to pack for the rain and check the forecast regularly. During the rain, there’s plenty to keep you busy while you wait for it to pass. You can head to the town centre for some shopping and dining or explore the Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary until the rain stops.
The average temperature is 18°C, which is the coolest weather of the year so far. Humidity levels have risen because of the moisture in the air, often increasing to highs of 80% on rainy days. 9mph winds come in from the Arabian Sea, which gives you a refreshing break from the humidity when you’re enjoying a day on the beach. You’ll have 13 hours of sunshine per day with an average monthly rainfall of 891mm. This means it’s likely to rain on at least 23 days of the month.