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1. Flight availability
2. Visa
3. Passport
4. Transits organised
5. Flights confirmed

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KERALA (South India) 


The diversity of Kerala's geographical features has resulted in a corresponding climatic diversity. The High Ranges have a cool climate throughout the year while the plains are hot and humid. The average level of annual rainfall is quite high as compared to other Indian states, almost three times higher than in Karnataka and double that of Tamilnadu. The state enjoys 4 seasons Winter, Summer, South West Monsoon and North East Monsoon. Temperature. The annual temperature range is comparatively low in Kerala. The coastal areas record a maximum temperature of 33° C and a minimum of 22° C. The interiors record a maximum of 37° C during summer. In the coastal area it is hot and humid during April-May and relatively cool from December-January.

The winter season sets in during the month of December and continues until the end of February. During this season there is less rainfall especially in the northern parts of the state.

Winter is followed by the summer season from February to May. The temperature is very high during this period. Occasional showers and thunderstorms are characteristic of this season.

South West Monsoon
The South West Monsoon begins either at the end of May or in the beginning of June and finishes by September. Moving towards the north, this seems to gain intensity. During this period Peerumedu in Idukki and the Vaithiri-Kuttiyadi range in Malabar receive the highest rainfall.

North East Monsoon
The North East Monsoon commences in October, dry weather setting in by the end of December.


All foreigners require a visa. Contact your local consulate at least a month prior to departure. Please ensure your passport is valid for travel.