Winter season starts in Kerala from September and goes on until February. During this season, the humidity and temperature drop down and making it an enjoyable time to see the attractions of Kerala. According to Kerala Weather Report, the lowest temperature is around 10°C and the highest temperature is around 25°C. But the temperature of the coast remains moderate throughout the day and attract more people to the backwaters and shores for houseboat cruises, boating, water sports activities, sunbathing, beach exploration, and Ayurvedic massages. It is also considered the perfect time to head towards sanctuaries for Wildlife Safari. Some of the most visited places in this state during this season are Alleppey, Kozhikode, Munnar, Varkala, and Kovalam. One can also witness several festivals of Kerala in winter season. Muharram Festival is celebrated in September. October/November brings many festivals like Dusshera, Navaratri, and the festival of lights, Diwali. The Christmas Festival is celebrated in December and the Churches are decorated with bright lights and masses. The Christmas celebrations are held all around the state to mark the birth of Jesus Christ. In February/March, the devotees have celebrated the Mahashivratri festival which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Some more festivals of this season are Guruvayur, Bharani Utsavam, and Chittoor Konganpada.