Ranging from October to March, the
winters in Kerala is an inexplicable marvel. This is the time of the year when
the least rainfall is recorded and you can whiff at purity. Apparently, winter
has been recorded as the best time to
visit Kerala for its mild-mannered non-biting winters that offer a wide
range of things to do during your travel.
Temperature: The average temperature in winters
ranges to 32 degrees in the day to about 23 degrees at night. In both cases,
your trip will be an amusing one as it marks the best time for uninterrupted
sightseeing and for all other ‘Kerala must-do’s’
is it the best time?
To begin with, this is the area
around all their celebratory occasions, and you categorically want to be a part
of them. One that is most observed is Pongal which is celebrated in the midst
of January. Also, while the temperature is lower than the other seasons, it is
still not uneasily cold. With an endurable climate, this land of God’s own
Country is a charisma!
Places you must visit and activities to do in winter
is not only the best place in Kerala
but the best place in the country to be in the winters. This shimmering land of
golden sand, flashing sea under the beams of the radiant but hiding sun is a
breath-taking sight. If you live in cold places, then this is your getaway
basking spot. Massages and Yoga thrive in this area if you want some quiet
while water activities like Kayaking, Water skiing, Catamaran cruising and
fishing will bring back the jump in you.
Drifting 1100 meters above sea level
on the Western Ghats may not seem so off-track once you are in this
exquisiteness of Kerala, Vegamon. You
can see the green hills till your vision permits. You can be on one of them
without difficulty by opting for paragliding. The illustrious sightseeing
places are the Illikal Peak, Five Rocks, Ayyampara, Vagamon Kurishumala Church,
Murugan Mala, etc.
Say Kerala a number of times, and you
definitely want to stop over at Kochi,
the land of momentous places in Kerala. A city of multi-cultures,
multi-heritages and multi-ethnic places and hospitality, Kochi marks ecstasy,
especially in winters. You must peek into St. Francis CSI Church, the first
European church in India. Fort Kochi, Mattancherry Palace left behind by the
Portuguese, Chinese fishing nets are places and things that can keep you
is a hill station and this place is enthralling in the winters. You will always
get the sense of hiking amongst clouds, you can smell the fresh tea while you
walk by them, you can feel the soothing chill from the waterfalls, and you can
trek till your heart’s content. Spot the undreamed-of wildlife at the
Eravikulam National Park. You can also drop down at the Tata Tea Museum, the
stately of all views.
If you want to get a breather at some
more hill stations, then Neliyampathy and
Idukki hill station shall fill in
the blank with majestic views and lots of escapades.The river meets the sea at Poovar, and you shouldn’t fall behind!
Offering the shortest backwater route in Kerala that slips out of the Arabian
Sea, Poovar is an attraction for it is the point that combines the lake, the
river and the sea. This utopia land is considered amongst the best for
Trek till the foot of the 2,695m high
Anamudi, the highest point in India
not falling in the Himalayan range.How can you leave without setting
foot in one of the cleanest city of India, Thiruvananthapuram?
The lagoons, the shopping blaze, the large Christmas celebrations, the
International Film Festival, the hills, etc. is the big picture to plan your
trip in the winters.
The houseboat cruise in Alleppey, Kottayam and its rubber
estates, Thekkady, Varkala, Cherai Beach
and Kozhikode are all great
other options to visit during the winters.
The only con
Being the peak tourist season, you
might find it a tad bit hard to get bookings; you need to be prepared for a
crowd and for early bookings!Six
months of winter bliss grades this southern beauty amongst the best time to visit Kerala. So pick any
Kerala city and you are coming back revivified!