Travel Tips

The original charms of India’s sunshine state are better showcased in South Goa with its imposing colonial architecture and pristine beaches. Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa is located on the pristine Arossim Beach amidst fifteen miles of white sands that stretch from Cansaulim to Mobor with the ruins of the Cabo de Rama Fort looming over a rugged stretch of coastline further down. In the interior, there are the astounding Mesolithic carvings at Pansaimol, resident tigers in the jungle of Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary, and the lush agricultural bounty of the hinterland of Quepem.


Weather and climate

The peak season in Goa is between October and February. It is also the time when Goa is more festive than any other time of the year. The daytime temperatures are comparatively not too hot and the nights are pleasantly cool. It is also less humid than the rest of the year. Goa has a tropical climate with average temperatures of 25 to 30 degrees centigrade from November to April, and up to 40 degrees with high humidity in May and October. The Goan monsoon lasts from early June to late September with the heaviest rains in July.


Currency

The local currency in India is Rupee(INR)


Transportation

The concierge at our luxury hotel in Goa will be pleased to arrange for a private chauffeur-driven air-conditioned car to or from any destination, 24 hours a day. Goa's public transport largely consists of privately operated buses linking the major towns to rural areas. Government buses link major routes and some remote parts of the state. In large towns such as Panjim and Margao, intra-city buses operate. Cars and bikes are easily available for rental. Please click here for further assistance on transportation.


Traffic circulation

Traffic circulation in Goa is on the left. Keep your valid documents, driving license, passports etc., in your possession while driving. If you are a foreign national you must posses an international driver's license to be able to drive.


Safety and security

The seas in Goa are often rough on certain beaches especially around the monsoons. There are life guards posted at most popular beaches in Goa. 


What to wear

As Goa experiences a hot and humid climate throughout the year, cotton wear is most suitable. Keep hats, sunglasses, and sun protection gear at an accessible reach as temperatures can reach up to 37 degree celsius during summer time. Winters in the interiors of Goa are chilly and it is advisable to carry winter wear if you are traveling to Goa during the winter season.


For more information, please call the concierge on +91 832 272 1234 or e-mail parkhyattgoa@hyatt.com.


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Arossim Beach, Cansaulim, South Goa, Goa, India, 403 712

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