Averages for Kerala in February

Weather lowdown

February falls in the dry season in Kerala, India, when the resort experiences similar weather to Candolim. During this month, Kerala enjoys temperatures of up to 32°C at the hottest point of the day

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Averages for Kerala in February

  Temperature 28°C


Low Temperature 23°C


  High Temperature 32°C


  Sunshine Hours 9 hrs
  Chance of Sunny Day 64 %
  Rainfall 26mm
  Rainfall days 3 days
  Chance of Rain 7 %
  Sea Temperature 29°C


Daily averages for February

Daily averages for February

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Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
°C 27 28 28 26 27 27 27 26 25 27 27 26 27 27 27 27 27 27 29 28 29 28 28 28 30 29 29 29
°F 81 82 82 79 81 81 81 79 77 81 81 79 81 81 81 81 81 81 84 82 84 82 82 82 86 84 84 84

Averages for Kerala in February

Weather lowdown

February falls in the dry season in Kerala, India, when the resort experiences similar weather to Candolim. During this month, Kerala enjoys temperatures of up to 32°C at the hottest point of the day, so make sure that you bring plenty of light, airy clothing. In the evening, the mercury drops down to around 23°C. This is as “cold” as the nights ever get in Kerala—the same nighttime temperatures are also recorded in November, December and January. Both the daytime highs and nighttime lows stay pretty much constant throughout the month. The overall average temperature is 28°C, gloriously warm by all accounts. And the sea temperature is even higher. The sea water averages 29°C in February!

As the length of the days doesn’t vary much in the whole year, all days in February also have virtually the same length. February 1 is the shortest day with 11.41 hours of daylight, while February 28 is the longest with 11.55 daylight hours. This only 14 minutes more.

Cloud cover is at its annual low in February. February 1 is the clearest day of the year with a cloud cover of 29%. In the course of the month, this percentage increases to 35%.

It’s because the sky is so clear this time of year that more sunrays hit the beaches of Kerala. Every day in February has 9 hours of sunshine on average. This is the annual maximum of daily sunshine hours—the same number is also recorded in January.

Cloud cover is also related to precipitation and therefore it should come as no surprise that February is one of the year’s driest months. In fact, only January is drier. The total amount of rainfall this month is 26mm, which is spread out over no more than 3 days with rainfall. The chance that rainfall occurs is very low, but does increase in the course of the month, from 5% in the beginning to 14% at the end. There really only is one common type of rainfall in February: thunderstorms. They occur on 79% of the days with rainfall. Other types of rainfall that may occasionally be experienced are moderate rain, drizzle and light rain. They are, however, extremely rare and occur respectively on 9%, 7% and 4% of the rainy days.

Where to stay

Sajhome is ideal for families and couples looking for somewhere to stay during their holiday in Kerala, India. This hotel offers a extensive list of services and facilities, including airport pick-up, 24-hour reception, continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi in the rooms and in public spaces and excursion booking. Excursions that can be arranged include overnight stays in houseboats, massages and other treatments, cooking classes and trips to Cherai beach and local fish farms. It is a budget hotel located in central Fort cochin, within easy walking distance from all main attractions.

Things to do

If you want to see one of the most amazing visual and cultural treats in Kerala, don’t miss the Chettikulangara Bharani temple festival. The incredible Kettukazhcha event really makes these celebrations stand out, with sparkling decorated structures and amazing cultural performances.

Yoga with Haridas in Varkala is a great way to keep fit during your holiday, whilst relaxing and finding your inner spirituality. With a new set of stretches each day, Haridas has something to offer experienced yoga practisers and first-timers alike.

Wonderla Amusement Park is a great place to spend the day if you’re holidaying with children. This family-friendly theme park offers a variety of rides and attractions, with something for all ages and tastes. In addition to thrilling rides, there’s also a number of water slides, so don’t forget to pack your beach gear!

If you want to learn more about the culture of Kerala, make sure you visit Greenix Village. This art centre showcases Kerala’s best dance, drama, music and martial arts through a variety of forms, including museums, live productions and art galleries.

Hit the beach

Kerala boasts a number of gorgeous bays and Varkala Beach is no exception. Here you can choose to while away the hours on the soft, golden sand or grab a board and try your hand at body surfing. This area is also ideal for enjoying a leisurely stroll and watching the fishermen haul in their catches and haggle with the locals.

Eating and drinking out

One of the best restaurants in Kerala, Villa Maya is housed in a gorgeous 18th-century Dutch manor, a building that used to be frequented by the royals of Travancore. The establishment more than matches its sublime history. It is a sophisticated restaurant serving excellent food in a stylish setting. Located in a region that has been the centre of spice trade for literally thousands of years, this restaurant lives up to its heritage and offers its guests a combination of traditional cuisine with a contemporary touch—Italian, Moroccan, Indian and Keralan cuisine are all represented.

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