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Written by Preetha Manivelan on July 1, 2020 Share on

Kerala In June – Experience Rain Like Never Before

Kerala in June: Kerala is one of the amazing places to visit for a relaxing holiday in India. The state has so many attractions for the tourists to visit. From witnessing the picturesque landscapes to tasting the local cuisines at some of the best places to eat, you will feel the uniqueness in everything you do at Kerala. Though the state is worth visiting at any time of the year with the beautiful greeneries and pleasant climate, imagine a crystal clear raindrop gracefully placed on a fresh green leaf. Beautiful, right? This is everything about visiting Kerala in the month of June. Below are the things that you should know before planning your vacation to God’s own country in June.

A picture of lush green fields in Kerala
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Also read: Kerala in South India – Everything you need to know about God’s Own Country

Why visit Kerala in June?

Since June marks the onset of monsoon, this picturesque beauty turns all the more beautiful. The year’s least sunny and relatively cooler month in Kerala is June. The temperature would range between 19 degrees Celsius and 30 degrees Celsius which is enough to speak about Kerala’s awesome climate in June.

Top places to visit

Below are some of the beautiful and top places to visit in Kerala in June. Make sure to include them on your trip to Kerala in the month of June:

  1. Ashtamudi Lake
  2. Alappuzha
  3. Thekkady
  4. Kumarakom
  5. Munnar
  6. Wayanad
  7. Kovalam

1. Ashtamudi Lake

This lake is one of the beautiful lakes in Kerala. It is well known for the amazing homestays that you can experience here. One interesting thing about this lake is that it got the name because of the 8 channels it has. Also, you can enjoy the best of ayurvedic spas here.

An amazing view of Ashtamudi Lake in Kerala
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Also read: Monsoon in Kerala – Explore the best of Kerala for the Chills and Thrills

2. Alappuzha

Alappuzha or Alleppey is one place where you can witness some best views of God’s own country. This place is famous for the amazing backwaters and houseboats. If there is one thing that you shouldn’t miss in Alleppey on your trip to Kerala in June, it is cruising through the pristine waters in the lakes at Alappuzha.

A picture of a man in a boat
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Also read: Top 15 Things to do in Alleppey

3. Thekkady

Thekkady is a paradise for nature lovers. With its beautiful and dense tropical forests, you will have great opportunities for trekking. Apart from this, you can also attempt bamboo rafting and jungle night patrol which stay on the top of things to do in Thekkady. Why not visit this place in Kerala in June? The one which is both beautiful and adventurous in the month of June?

A group of people rafting in Thekkady
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4. Kumarakom

Kumarakom is a village that is located in the backwaters of Kerala. Here, you will find a group of manmade islands starting from the Kumarakom Lake. From beautiful paddy fields to great places for fishing, it offers a memorable experience. While you are at Kerala in June, don’t forget to visit this amazing backwater destination.

A beautiful view of a lake in Kumarakom
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Also read: Best resorts in Kumarakom

5. Munnar

Munnar is a very popular hill station in Kerala and one of the best hill stations in South India. Situated gracefully at an altitude of 1600 metres, it gives amazing views of the green tea gardens, misty mountains, craggy peaks and so much more. Isn’t Munnar called ‘Kashmir of South India’ for a reason? Apart from all this, you also have some of the major attractions here. It includes Eravikulam National Park, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary and Tea plantations.

Misty mountains in Munnar in Kerala
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Also read: Top 7 Things To Do In Munnar: A perfect weekend getaway in Kerala

6. Wayanad

Wayanad is especially known for its waterfalls, historical caves, spice plantations and wildlife reserves. Here, you will find different species of elephants, leopards and bears. If you are looking for a perfect getaway to Kerala in June away from the buzz of busy city life, then Wayanad is a perfect option for a mini getaway amidst the western ghats.

A picture of a waterfall in Wayanad
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Also read: Top 10 Things To Do In Wayanad for a Perfect weekend getaway

7. Kovalam

Gracefully located 13 km from Trivandrum, is Kovalam, one of the beautiful coastal towns in Kerala. There are many top attractions to visit in Kovalam which include Vellayani Lake, Lighthouse Beach, Hawah Beach and so much more. Here, you can also buy some of the best things in Kerala like wooden statues and handicrafts to take back home.

Lighthouse Beach in Kovalam in Kerala
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Also read: 21 Places To Visit In Kovalam That Are Not To Be Missed In 2020

Precautions to take while visiting Kerala in June

  • Make sure you have enough jerkins and rain covers to keep yourself protected from the rain.
  • Keep a weather app handy to plan things before you start your day.
  • Because of the rainy reason, you might find leeches in water streams. So it is advisable to have a bottle of saltwater which could make leech fall off your skin if stuck.

If you are planning to visit Kerala in June, then you can be sure that a memorable experience is awaiting you. With the breathtaking nature it has, it could easily soothe your soul. Already feeling like experiencing it? Great. Now visit the website of Pickyourtrail to get the packages to Kerala. You can customize the package with your choices. Leave a Whatsapp inquiry for more options!

Happy exploring!

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