Kerala Weather August Averages, India
What's the Weather Like in Kerala in August
Kerala, India, experiences high temperatures and a lot of rain in August. During this month, the resort has similar weather to Kovalam, with temperatures reaching afternoon highs of 30°C. Temperatures this high can get dangerous, so make sure that you drink plenty of water to keep yourself hydrated. The evenings cool down to a much more bearable 24°C after sunset. Amazingly, those two high and low temperatures are both as low as they ever get in the resort. This is undeniably a tropical place. The overall average temperature in August is 27°C, which stays the same from June through December.
After July, the cloudiest month of the year, cloud cover begins to decrease slightly in August. It decreases from 82% in the beginning of the month to 74% at the end.
August is the month in between the southwest monsoon season and the northeast monsoon season and sees a dip in precipitation. The total amount of rainfall this month is 156mm, far below the 341mm in June and the 268mm in October. There are, however, still 24 days with rainfall. The likelihood that rainfall occurs decreases greatly in the course of the month. August 1 is the wettest day with a chance of rainfall of 81%; August 31 is the driest day with a 68% chance.
By far the most common type of precipitation is moderate rain, occurring on 45% of the days with rainfall. Light rain, thunderstorms and drizzle may be experienced as well, with a respective chance of 20%, 15% and 14%.
As cloud cover decreases, more sunrays are allowed to hit Kerala's beaches. Now, there are 6 hours of sunshine per day on average, one more than the annual minimum of 5 hours that was recorded in June and July.
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Hotels for Kerala in August
Ayesha Manzil Homestay
A gorgeous colonial mansion that overlooks the warm Arabian Sea, the Ayesha Manzil Homestay is housed in a building that was erected in 1862 by an English merchant of the East India Company. A stay in Kerala can't get more historically significant than this! The house features five extremely spacious rooms filled with antiques and family treasures. Situated close to the beach, the house also has a plethora of facilities, such as a restaurant serving delicious seafood and local Kerala cuisine, and a swimming pool. A variety of services is aimed at making your stay as pleasant as possiblehey include transfers to nearby Muzhappilangad Beach and the airport, trips to the Telichery fish market, cooking demonstrations and cruises on houseboats.
Beaches for August for Kerala
Muzhappilangad Beach is the only "drive-in" beach in Kerala. The sandy beach stretches out for four kilometres and it is possible to drive its entire length. The rocks that dot the water protect the beach from the waves, making it a very peaceful place to sunbathe. The water is shallow and relatively calm and perfect for swimming. You can also take part in water sports, such as parasailing, paragliding, power boating and catamaran rides.
Restaurants and Bars for Kerala in August
Cocobay Resort is not just a great accommodation; it also has a recommended restaurant. The restaurant's architectural style is typically Keralan, which already gives it an authentic feel. When you add a menu that features international, but also local food, you have a place that is certainly bound to leave an impression. Traditional Keralan dishes that you should try include chemeen ulathu, karimeen pollichathu, meen moli and all kinds of appams. In addition to eating inside the restaurant, you can also opt to dine right at the edge of the water for maximum romance.
Things to Do in Kerala in August
Nehru Trophy Boat Race
Held on the Punnamada Lake, Nehru Trophy Boat Race is one of the most exciting events to take place in Kerala in August. By far the most popular part of the race is snake boat competition, in which hundreds of long thin wooden vessels are each rowed by up to 30 men, all eager to cross the finish line first. If you're in the area when it takes place, it is definitely worth a visit!
A Thekkady Tour is one of the best ways to explore the area. With this company you can choose from a great selection of excursions, with something to suit everyoneoung and old, fit and unfit. Especially the elephant safari is a must for animal lovers and includes a feeding and photo session, riding, training and even bathing with the elephants. A visit to Kerala isn't complete without at least seeing an elephantiding one is an unforgettable experience.
Devikulam Hills in Munnar
While you might visit Kerala for its beaches, there is more to the region, as is shown above. Another alternative thing to do is visiting one of the hilltop stations. One such station is in the Devikulam Hills in Munnar. Gorgeous highlights include the Sita Devi Lake, the beautiful green lawns, crisp mountain air and exotic plant and animal life.
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