Summer is the wettest season in Kerala with June, July, and August being the rainiest months. After the monsoons, nature gets exceptionally lush and green; therefore, the period from September to November is the best time to visit Kerala. Late August and September is time for the biggest in the area Onam festival, authentic snake boat races, and colourful Ganesh Chaturthi Hindu holiday with special food and traditions. In October, you can watch giant bonfires and statues during the Dussehra processions. Early fall is good for visiting tea plantations, while from November on, visitors can observe coffee harvest.
May the blessings of Sri Ganesha be upon you all! Immerse yourself into one of the most widely celebrated festivals in India
Get into the spirit of the largest team sport in the world!
Leave your everyday routine and lose yourself in a sea full of exotic underwater beauty
Find a bike, hit the road, and let the mantra 'ready, set, go' be with you!
Haven't tried Indian tea? Haven't tried life!
India is for surfers! Just find your own perfect spot and enjoy the waves
A spectacular winding road going through mountains and tea plantations
Have a proper taste of Ganesha's favorite special treat
Kick up your heels to see off the outgoing year and celebrate the arrival of a new one in a magnificent way!
Get involved and catch your own blessing of happiness and prosperity
Looking for an exotic water sport? Go watch Maramadi bull surfing
Immerse yourself in Maha Shivaratri—discover overall definition of the Hindu galaxy and honor Lord Shiva with the believers
India's long coastlines make for an amazing tourist paradise. Find a beach perfectly suited to your own style!
Have a fantastic time exploring Periyar tiger reserve in an unusual way
The world's highest tea plantation offers panoramic views at 8,000 feet (2,438 m)
Catch full-bodied taste, unique flavour with fine aroma! Enter the world of remarkable Indian coffee
Don't miss a chance to get a closer look at the religious traditions of India
Discover the unique taste of the juicy Asian 'apple'
The avian diversity of India is shocking. Wake up your inner birdwatcher, get armed with a good pair of binoculars, and go explore!