Kerala has three traveler season. summer Season which ranges from April to March to March, Winter season in Kerala which is from November to February and Monsoon Season from June to August. Each season is one of a kind making it a perfect goal for vacationers who are wanting various types of travel encounters in each of these seasons.
Summer Season to Visit Kerala
Towards the end of February temperature starts climbing and this marks the beginning of summer in Kerala. Relatively higher temperature, low rainfall and slightly humid weather are the characteristics of the summer season in Kerala. When compared to other Indian states where temperature soars to over 40°C, summers in Kerala are cool and pleasant, thanks to the Western Ghats which prevent the dry northern winds from entering the state and the Arabian sea for the cool breeze that blows towards the land providing it with a moderate temperature. Erratic rains accompanied by lightening and thunder is another feature of the season. Starting from March, summer season continues till the end of May or the beginning of June and is concluded with the outset of monsoons.
Monsoon Season to Visit Kerala
Kerala is one of the most beautiful places to visit at any time of the year. It is believed that December to February are the best months to visit. That may be so, but I also know that the monsoon creates magic in Kerala! Here are some awesome reasons and places to visit in Kerala in the monsoon.
Winter Season to Visit Kerala
Winter in Kerala starts with the end of the northeast monsoons i.e. from the later part of November lasting till the middle of February. During this season temperature is comparatively low but as mentioned earlier it does not vary much from other seasons. In the highlands of Kerala, where the climate is cool throughout the year, winter temperatures often fall below 10°C. Winter season in Kerala witnesses the lowest amount of rainfall.