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Kerala is belssed with a very pleasing and enjoyable climate throughout the year. Peak Season from the month of September to month of March is the best season to visit Kerala – the weather is warm and comfortable, but not hot.
Temperatures in Kerala
- Summers (March to May) – Minimum: 32° C, Maximum: 36° C
- South West Monsoon (June to September) – Minimum: 19° C, Maximum: 30° C
- North east Monsoon (October to November) – Minimum: 29° C, Maximum: 35° C
- Winters (November to February) – Minimum: 19° C, Maximum: 28° C
By Air: Reaching Kerala by air from all across the globe is easy. There are three international airports located in Kerala that connects it to major international cities. Thiruvananthapuram International Airport is located in the southern part of Kerala, Kochi International Airport is located in the central part of Kerala, Calicut International Airport(located up north) is also connected to both India as well as international cities via flights.
By Road: Kerala is easily accessible by road from any part of the country through National Highways 17, 47 and 49. Connected directly by road with Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, the state of Kerala has a network between its important cities by a number of state highways and other metallic roads.
By Rail: Places in and out of Kerala are interconnected by 200 Railway Stations. Direct trains to Kerala can be availed from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and other major Indian cities.
By Sea: From Kochi, there are regular ships going towards the Lakshadweep Islands.The backwaters of Kerala are not only a popular means of transportation, but tourist attractions as well. Presently, these internal water navigation systems are the single most popular travel product of Kerala with its public ferry services, speed-boats and houseboats or ‘ ketuvallams’.
- Fort Cochin: Once a prominent trading and fishing center, this quaint village is now more of a popular tourist destination. You can visit the Palace Museum in Mattancherry, prominent for its murals, art and royal paraphernalia. Its streets filled with inviting cafes, modern galleries, spice markets and an amazing mix of myriad cultures, Fort Cochin is a captivating paradise; needless to say, you’ll never want to leave this place.
- Munnar: Strategically located at the confluence of the Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers; this lush green land with hovering clouds is simply put, paradise on Earth. Its subtle curves draped with exhaustive tea plantations is a perfect setting for a romantic trip with your beloved.
- Alappuzha Backwaters: Lord Curzon once called it ‘Venice of the East’, and the phrase has unfortunately stuck on. With all due respect to Venice, this thoughtless comparison only erases the distinct beauty and unparalleled charm that is Alappuzha.
- Wayanad: Literally a “Land of Paddy Fields”, Wayanad, with its myriad hues of green and blue will take your breath away. Set aloft the Western Ghats, this beautiful hill station with sparse human habitation sprawls with extensive tea estates, paddy fields, forests and exotic spices.
- Gavi: Tucked deep inside the Periyar Tiger Reserve, Gavi is one of the rare gems of Kerala. Unspoiled by progress and rich in natural beauty, it is one of the major eco-tourism centers in India. A day here is a day well-spent on your Kerala tour – a refreshing change from the hubbub of city life.
- Varkala: An immensely popular tourist destination in Kerala, this places promises the best of everything that Kerala has to offer. With a beautiful beach, historical temples, lakes, a 924 ft long tunnel, Ayurveda centers, and a lot more, Varkala does not have any dearth of choices.
- Athirappally Falls: A perfect place for a family outing on your trip to Kerala, kids will absolutely love this place. And if you’re an adult with a heart of a child, you won’t feel out of place here either. The 80 feet high cascading waters of Athirappally are simply awe-inspiring.
- Kovalam Beach: One foot on its sandy shores, and you’ll want to stay here forever. With the resplendent sea, leaning coconut trees and beautiful blue sky, Kovalam offers a serene landscape – a perfect holiday getaway with your loved ones. This 17 km coastline is home to 3 prominent beaches, each separated by high lands.
- Go fishing.
- Watch a Boat race.
- Experience the Thrissur Pooram, Thrissur
- Spend a Day in a Houseboat.
- Watch Female Priests Worship the Snake God.
- Walk on the Streets of Fort Cochin
- Get Rejuvenated in an Ayurveda Center.
- Explore the Local Gastronomy.
- Explore the Spice Markets, Kochi
- Watch a Cultural Program.