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When is the Best Time to Visit Kerala?
Last updated: 23 Jul 2022

The best time to visit Kerala is September through March when the skies are sunniest and average high temperatures are 30 degrees. Prices will be higher in hotels from October to March. For lower prices, visit from April to August.

When is the Best Time to Visit Kerala


  • Best Time to Visit Kerala for Good Weather: The weather will be warmest from September to March, making it the best month for limited rain. It’s unlikely to feel hot – temperatures are mild compared to most major cities, with an average temperature of 30 degrees Celsius, and in the mountains 15 to 20 degrees during day time. October to February is a great time for hiking in the mountains and spending time on the beaches, and from March to May there are many lively festivals in the temples of North, Central, and South Kerala.
  • Best Time for Sightseeing: The best time for sightseeing in Kerala is when temperatures are comfortable, after the monsoon from September onwards, rain can occur at any time from June to July, be prepared by bringing a waterproof jacket and umbrella for those monsoon showers.
  • Best Time to Visit Kerala for Shopping: For those who want to enjoy shopping in Kerala while visiting tourist places, there are places like Cochin and Trivandrum for the best malls like Lulu International Mall. For clothing there are textiles and Jewellery, there are jewelry shops available in all cities. Tea, coffee, and spices like cardamom, cinnamon, clove, honey, etc are available in Munnar, Thekkady, Wayanad, etc.
  • Best Time to Visit Kerala for Festivals: There are different festivals celebrated in Kerala in August. The second Saturday of Every August is the Nehru Trophy boat race and it marks the beginning of the Onam festivals in Kerala. Cochin Biennale, Adoor Gaja Mela, Guruvayur Anayottam, Attukal Pongala, Arattupuzha Pooram, Kadamanitta Padayani, and Trissur Pooram brings nearly a half-million people to the Trichur city center. The colorful Theyyam festivals will begin from March to May in the temples of North Kerala.

Kerala Travel Seasons

When is the Best Time to Visit Kerala


  • High Season (October to March): The high season primarily coincides with the summer months, which bring the warmest weather of the year to Kerala, though it’s unlikely to be too hot – and long summer days make it easier to squeeze in more sights and attractions. With the majority of tourists arriving in high season, prepare for the highest accommodation and airfare costs of the year. The week around Christmas and New Year attracts lots of Indian and foreign visitors to Kerala, resulting in higher costs at this time as well.
  • Shoulder Season (April and May, mid-September through mid-October): The shoulder seasons can be an ideal time to visit Kerala. Temperatures are usually comfortable, and the sun makes plenty of appearances in between rain showers. Prices and crowds are not at their highest, and most activities and attractions will be open.
  • Low Season (June, July): Low season is the least expensive time to visit Kerala and a great time to avoid crowds. It’s ideal for those who don’t mind missing out on some outdoor activities and want to enjoy a more authentic experience, as bed-and-breakfast hosts typically have more time to spend with their guests.


Kerala: Average Annual Weather

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