The winter season is the best season to visit Tamil Nadu that is from November to February when the climate is pleasant to explore the attractions of the state and the temperature is relatively low. The monsoon time brings torrential downpour that makes it an inappropriate time to travel to Tamil Nadu. But the summer season is considered as the ideal time for exploring the hill stations in Tamil Nadu.
The temperature is high and ranges between 35 degrees Celsius and 40 degrees Celsius so that sightseeing is not very convenient. Also, the humidity level is high especially in the coastal regions. But, if someone wants to explore the hill stations of Tamil Nadu like Kodaikanal, Ooty, and Yelagiri Hills then the summer season is the ideal time to visit Tamil Nadu. It is the perfect idea to visit the places on higher altitudes as well as witness the scenic views of the surroundings. The popular festivals of the summer season are Chithirai in the Madurai Temple, Puthandu, and Mahamahan Festival, etc.
The best month to visit Tamil Nadu is the winter season especially the months of November and December when the region faces intermittent rainfall due to the retreating monsoon. But the temperature lies between 10 degrees Celsius to 15 degrees Celsius. The humidity level is low and it is the ideal climate for visiting tourist attractions. During this season, most of the tourist places are bustling with activities. The beaches of this southern state are a paradise for beach lovers and adventure seekers. People can indulge in various activities like water sports activities, swimming, bathing in the sun and so on. Some famous festivals of the winter season are Pongal, Thiruvaiyaru Festival, Natyanjali Festival, and Karthigai Deepam. It is the best season to explore the authentic culture of this Southern State.
This Indian state witness monsoon two times a year: between June and September and November and December. The temperature during monsoon is slightly less rather than in the summer season. The temperature ranges between 25 degrees Celsius and 30 degrees Celsius. Some hill stations experience massive rainfall and venturing out during this time, as this is not an advisable time to visit for the tourists. Sometimes, the Eastern seaboard of Tamil Nadu experience cyclones, thus, making it an unsafe place for the travelers.
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