There is something special about the each season of Kerala which has its own charms. Beautiful hillstations, wonderful backwaters, exotic beaches all comprises in this tiny southern state of India and offers every tourist a diverse range of holidaying experience. Our Kerala Tours offers an access to the world’s most beautiful destinations with a lavishly designed tour programs. Kerala – God’s own country is voted among the 50 must see destinations of the world by National Geographic Traveller!
Best Season to visit Kerala - Winters
Winter Season that falls during November to March is the best time for Kerala India Travel. This is definitely the peak tourist season of this state and the climate at this time is at its serene, pleasant and best, to take pleasure on beaches, hill stations and Kerala backwaters.
If somebody is scheduling to visit this incredible place in winter season then chalk out your plan well in advance and also make prior bookings at all places – and be prepared to face crowded spots and to spend more than normal charges for Kerala round trip, accommodation, nights out, and other events. Some special days like on eves of Christmas and New Year, this state has an extra binding charge in most of the hotels.
Kerala in summer – Good Season
If you are planning for a budget holiday then the summer season is a good season to visit this place. However, you should plan your summer holiday packages so well that you spend enough time on hill stations like Munnar and Thekkady. The heat will doubtlessly keep you off the beaches and you may find yourself engaged in peaceful midday sleeps in the afternoons. Although you can expect heavy off-season concessions as far as lodging, sightseeing, dinner and snacks are concerned. In addition to beaches, places like a visit to wildlife sanctuaries and spice plantations could provide a bit relief from the high mounting temperature. Above all evenings are pleasing and calm.
In Monsoon – Charms of Wet Kerala
With the onset of the monsoons in June, Kerala breaks up the uniformity of the warm, moderately warm and humid phases. The monsoon, which commences in June, comes as a respite for residents after the dried out months of early summer, bringing in welcome rain and lesser temperatures. The scenic location over here is at its most beautiful phases at this time of year, with grassy tea gardens in hill stations like Munnar and the vibrant bottle green of newly sprouting rice in place of the bare red earth in backwaters of Alleppey. The majority of tourists in India and overseas are yet to awaken the charms of monsoon which is the best season for Ayurvedic treatments and renowned Kerala Ayurvedic Sojourn Tour.
Explore the only one of its kind Kerala with swarming rivers, trees dancing to the melody of the winds, hills and vast expanses of fields covered with abundant flourishing vegetation.
Traveling within India generally becomes quite difficult during the rainy season and Kerala is no exception. Road, rail and air travel schedules are prone to interruption. Strong winds and high seas also put most beaches off limits at that time. Nevertheless one should visit Kerala if you use to enjoy monsoons and wishes to observe the start of monsoons in Indian subcontinent.