South India is a beautiful collection of woods, rivers, temples and also ruins. Ensconced by seas and backwaters, this mass of land is truly peninsular. Because of its unique setting and 3 enormous water bodies bordering it, a lot of the coastal states of South India like Kerala, Karnataka, and Goa, etc experience maritime exotic climes. While the interiors of Karnataka and also Andhra Pradesh is more continental. Due to the clear demarcation of three seasons in the Indian subcontinent, South India experiences the 3 seasons of summer, Monsoon, and winter through the year.
When is the best time to visit south India?
The best time to visit Karnataka is from November to April. There is very little rain and so it’s perfect for hiking in the Ghats or wildlife watching in Bandipur National Park.
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Hill station in the Nilgiri Hills in Tamil Nadu such as Ooty can get really cool between October and also February, getting as low as 5°C in February. And similarly very humid in April to June.
Houseboats in Kerala aren’t a lot of enjoyable in the rainy season, with the downpour coming to a head June, July, and August.
The best time for viewing elephants in Periyar National forest in Kerala or Bandipur National Park in Karnataka is during the hot months of March and also Might when they spend one of the most time at the waterfront.
If you want to go on a rail holiday in South India, be aware that prices shoot up in peak season, which is December to February.
In the states of Goa, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh, the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi in September is a vibrant and also musical celebration to mark the birth of Ganesha. It is celebrated for 10 days, culminating in a finale on Anant Chaturdasi day.
According to Ayurveda tradition, monsoon is the best season for rejuvenation treatments since the pores of the body open wide enabling them to fully absorb the oils and therapeutic treatments.