Kerala, with its exotic nature, enchanting culture, timeless tradition& heritage, with more than 5,000-year-oldAyurveda science of medicine and unique cuisine is one of the favorite destinations of the globetrotting traveler.Located on the southern tip of the Indian peninsula, with Arabian Sea on one side and the Western Ghats on the other, this beautiful land with its stunning landscape has an enjoyabletropical climate.
Though it’s stuffy and humid during April-May, the state does not suffer the scorching sun like rest of India. During this period the temperature records a maximum of 33°C.
Apart, the state enjoys a serene atmosphere almost through the year.
The South West Monsoon follows the summer and rain starts pouring from June. Kerala in the rains is an experience by itself,it lasts till September.
The Western Ghats lining the eastern boundary of Kerala act as a barrier across the path of the South West Monsoon, blocking the rain clouds.This results in abundant rainfall in the state, which is the reason for availability of a wide range of medicinal herbs across the state.
No wonder, Ayurveda is a way of life here, practiced as laid down in the ancient texts.
Kerala enjoys a second rainy season during the year, the North East Monsoon fromOctober to December. Rainfall occurs mostly in night during this period.
With the arrival of winter one can feel a pleasant chill in the air thanks to the cold wind.
Winter, minus the freezing temperaturesfelt in most parts of the world,is truly enjoyable in Kerala. It lasts from November to January, often stretching to February.
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