Kerala Guide

Located in the south most this India state of Kerala or Keralam was created on the1st of November 1956 by the states of Reorganization Act which combines various Malayalam speaking regions.This small state represents just 1% of the land mass and is Indias most beautiful state.

Kerala which is known for its small towns scattered across the state has an area of 38,863 km2 (15,005 sq mi) and is bordered by the state of Karnataka to the northeast, State of Tamil Nadu to the southeast and the Lakshadweep sea towards the west.

Kerala is a very rural state with most of its population living in villages but is culturally and scenically diverse. The people of Kerala are warn and friendly and have a very strong culture and are very proud of their state.

Climate and Tourism

Winter and summer from the month of November to May are supposed to the peak tourist’s seasons in Kerala. The highlights during this time would be a cruise in the typical Kerala Houseboats on the backwaters of Kerala or an experience of the beauty of the sunset over the Arabian sea from the Kovalam Beach during the summer and the unforgettable boating in the Thekkady lake.

Now a day’s Monsoon tourism with some exciting Kerala Monsoon Tours are becoming popular year after year which allows the tourists to explore the intrinsic beauty of Kerala with a high voltage feel of adventure.

Temperature during Winter in Kerala:Maximum : 28°C
Minimum : 18°C
Avg Temperature during Summer in Kerala:Maximum : 36°C
Minimum : 32°C
South West Monsoon
Average Temperature during this season :
Maximum : 30°C
Minimum : 19°C
North East Monsoon Average Temperature: Maximum : 35°C
Minimum  : 29°C

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