Kerala Tour Packages and Winter Season

Kerala Tour Packages and Winter Season The winter season in Kerala is from October to February and it is the prominent time to visit, and it is very much suitable for families to spend their holidays with their loved ones and also for couples for their honeymoon.


The normal air temperature lies Between10°C and 25°C, during the season of winter at Munnar.


The climate of Kerala in winter is simply delightful. One can bask in the green charm when a fall in temperature and humidity levels happened on the winter season. The atmosphere is cold and dry, while the air exudes a gentle chill. The days are cool and pleasant and the nights plunge to frosty degrees. This is the best climate to visit Kerala under the Kerala Tour Packages, for exploration of its natural and cultural sights.


Kerala during winter is nothing short of dreamy and wondrous. The mist-coated plains of Alleppey, Munnar, Kumarakom and Wayanad are especially thrilling to tour. Celebrations of Christmas and New Year adorn the landscapes with ethereal beauty – fairy lights, stars and bobbles galore. Colonial churches and quaint markets pretense as a time machine to ancient traditions!

Why you should visit now:

In order to enjoy the spice plantations, rolling hills and meandering trails, the weather needs to be amicable. Winter enables comfortable traversing, without the hassles of sticky humidity, scorching sunshine or unforgiving rainfall. In-fact the wintry winds can be rejuvenating. This is a pleasant time for wildlife safaris, boat cruises and tea factory visits.

Things to know before the visit:

The peak tourist season begins in mid-December, leading to an arrival of local and international travelers. Prices tend to rise towards the higher side, during this time. As such, it's recommended that all tour and hotel bookings
be done in advance. Don't be alarmed by large crowds, long queues and slower service.

Tips: Kerala Winters are not freezing; however, nights can drop down to chilly digits especially in hill stations like Munar. Hence, it's advisable to pack long pants, cardigans and sweaters. If you're getting very cold, throw in some scarves and vests too. Moisturizer and lip balm are should be the items for this time!