5 monsoon treks you need to take in Goa

Although people will always love Goa for its beaches, there are good reasons to visit this beautiful state in the monsoon, especially if you want to experience Goa in a way that goes beyond its sand and exciting nightlife. If you want a challenge, you should go on a monsoon trek in Goa.

Here are 5 monsoon treks in Goa


1. Sonsogor Trek

If you want to know what it’s like to be on top of the world, visit Sonsogar. A trek to Sonsogor will get you to the top of Goa since it is home to one of the state’s three highest peaks. The trek takes around 2-3 hours.

2. Dudhsagar Trek

It is renowned for being India’s fifth-tallest waterfall. It’s reasonable to say that Dudhsagar, the most well-known waterfall in Goa, is beyond words in terms of beauty. It flows through the Western Ghats’ dense forests and if you visit during the monsoon season, the views will take your breath away with their natural splendour.

3. Hiveram Trek

Hiveram Falls is a less-explored region of Goa. You will be trekking on high hills during the Hivre-Valpoi hike, so some trekking experience is vital. It’s worth noting that there are three waterfalls nearby that experienced hikers can explore in a single day.

4. Netravali Forest Trek

Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary is a fantastic option for those who enjoy the outdoors but are searching for a slightly easier challenge. Situated in South Goa, the path winds through the sanctuary’s dense forests, going past remote towns and unexplored waterfalls before arriving at the Cabo de Rama beach, where you can set up a tent and enjoy the sunset.

5. Arambol Beach Trek

The Arambol Beach Trek is a 5-kilometer trip in Goa’s north. To get to Arambol Beach, take an easy hike along a grassy plateau where a stream leads the way. Relax on the beach, swim in the freshwater lake, or try the medicinal mud.