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Planning a trip to Kerala in the cold weather of November and still confused what places to visit in Kerala in November Worry not, this article is the answer to your confusion. The magical land of god- Kerala, is one of the most beautiful places on earth, filled with tropical beaches, coconuts, shimmering backwaters, a tropical climate, a rich cultural tradition and the elephants, is one of the best place to plan a vacation especially in the month of November as the temperature ranges between 32 and 23 degree Celsius, making it a perfect weather to explore ‘God’s own land to the fullest’.

Poovar, Wayanad, Alleppey, Kovalam,Kumarakom, Varkala Beach, Munnar etc. are some of the must-visit places in Kerala. Below is the detailed description of all the exciting places to visit in Kerala, during the onset of winters, the apt time to explore all the hidden treasures of nature in Kerala.

Here are some of the best places to visit in Kerala in November:

01

Kovalam

Kovalam

An absolute tourist paradise, Kovalam is a haven of beauty and tranquillity present the state of Kerala and is one of the most fantastic place to visit in Kerala in November. Kovalam offers an excellent diversity with the Kovalam beach to suit all our desires and occasions.

What could be better than spending an entire day in the fun-filled beach festival in Kovalam with the shallow waters and low tidal waves.

Activities
Kovalam has a lot of exciting activities to offer to its tourists such as exploring the artificial offshore coral reefs, Neyyar dam, the unique Vizhinjam rock-cut cave temples, the sculptures of which dates back to the 18th century, the Vizhinjam marine aquarium which has a beautiful collection of awe-inspiring marines species.

Nearest railway station: 
To catch a glimpse of the fantastic beach carnivals, one can take a train from the Trivandrum central railway station which is the nearest railhead to Kovalam.

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02

Alleppey

Alleppey

Experience the beauty of the shimmering backwaters in the city of Alleppey in Kerala, which is famous for its beautiful backwaters. Also known as the Venice of the East, this famous tourist place is also known for its temples, beaches and the traditional beat races.

This popular tourist destination is also well known for its ayurvedic spas and wellness centres. November is considered the best time to visit Alleppey as the weather remains mild and pleasant during this time of the year. The average temperature during this time is 17 to 32 degree Celsius making it perfect to go on a boat ride.

Activities
: Alleppey has many exciting adventures to offer to its tourist such as bird watching, witnessing the boat race, engaging is ayurvedic spas while also relishing some spiritualism in the temples and churches present all over the place.

Nearest railway station
: The Allapuzha is the nearest railhead to Alleppey, which is located 1km from the beach.

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03

Wayanad

Wayanad
Detox your mind and soul in the lush green paradise of Wayanad. This green paradise is nestled in the mountains of the Western Ghats forming the border world of the greener part of Kerala. This beautiful hilly region of the Western Ghats is one of the gorgeous places to visit in Kerala in November.

It is a picturesque plateau with the lushly forested area on a high altitude and is also home to many animals such as Asiatic tigers, elephants, leopards and egrets.

Activities
: Mountain biking, zip line, walking through the natural trail of Wayanad, camping in the tea gardens and in the jungles, visiting the  Pakshipathalam bird sanctuary, exploring the Wayanad heritage museum and trekking to Chembra hills are some of the most exciting things to do in Wayanad. A visit to the Edakkal caves is a must.

Nearest railway station
: The Kozhikode railway station is the nearest railway station to reach Wayanad.
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04

Kumarakom

Kumarakom

Rejuvenate your soul in this cluster of island on the Vembanad Lake known as Kumarakoram. This tourist village of Kerala features flowery landscapes and a plethora of flora and fauna. The bird sanctuary present here is a favourite spot of many beautiful rare migratory birds such as waterfowl, cuckoo, egrets, herons the Siberian stock and many more.

November is considered the ideal time to visit this tourist village as it is during the cold winters the migratory birds are seen flocking this place.

Activities
: Taking a boat ride and riding through the calm and charming backwaters of Kumarakom is one of the best things to do here. Apart from this, nature lovers can go for bird watching, relax your body by getting indulged in spas and even enjoy a colourful Kathakali performance.

Nearest railway station
: Kottayam railway station is the nearest railway station to Kumarakom that gives easy accessibility to the tourist village.

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05

Vagamon

Vagamon

‘Beauty at its best’, this statement can never seem to be overrated for the tiny plantation township in central Travancore known as Vagamon. Vagamon is a hill station located in Kitayama-Idukki border of Kerala and is paradise for forest lovers.

With a never-ending lush of green hills, meandering rivulets and breathtaking ravines, Vagamon is one of the best places to visit in Kerala in November .The month of November has an enjoyable cold climate in Kerala making it the perfect time to visit and explore this green plantation township.

Activities
: Vagamon has some of the most beautiful experiences to provide to its tourist such as walking through the pine woods, visiting the Vagamon falls. Those looking for an extra dose of adventure paragliding and tandem paragliding are just the thing you need.

Nearest railway station
: To reach Vagamon one can take a train from Kottayam which is the nearest railway station to Vagamon

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06

Munnar

Munnar

A sunny cold day and a cup of tea, what else could one need to make ones vacation the perfect one. Well for this ideal combination, one should pay a visit to Munnar which serves as the commercial centre for the world’s largest tea estate.

Situated in the banks of three mountain streams, Munnar is one of the beautiful
 places to visit in Kerala in November.  This hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British government.

Activities
: While in Munnar one should definitely go trekking to echo point, the wildlife and the bird sanctuary are perfect places to catch a glimpse of all the rare animal and bird species, mountain bike riding or climb the huge gigantic hills are among other things to do in Munnar. 

Nearest railway station
: The nearest railway station to Munnar is in Kochi which is at a distance of 88 km from Munnar.

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07

Eravikulam National Park

Eravikulam National Park

The home of the famous Nilgiri tahr, Eravikulam national park is first of its kind located in Munnar in the state of Kerala. This national park in Kerala is a world heritage site, where the visitors can easily spot many tahrs and the mountain goats in the national park.

One can also witness the huge Lakkon waterfall that starts in the park and ends in the pamba river.
  This park is also famous for a splendid view of the tea plantation, rolling hills and neelakurunji a rare flower.

Activities
: Tourists can take a safari of the national park, the entry fee of which is INR 15 for Indians and INR 200 for foreigners, while for children below the age of 12 the entry fee is INR 5.

With 132 bird species, 101 species of butterflies, more than 750 tahrs and 26 species of mammals, the safari of the national park is something that is sure to give you a bunch of lifetime memories to cherish.

Nearest railway station
: The nearest railway station to reach the national park is Aluva which is located 120 km away from Munnar.

08

Poovar

Poovar

Experience the best of Kerala on a boat cruise along the palm-fringed shores of Poovar. This coastal village in Kerala is the most dazzling place to visit in Kerala in November. Poovar beach is the prime attraction of this seaside village where the gigantic Arabian Sea meets the fresh water of the Neyyar River, that leads to the formation of a small estuary near the beach.

The serene gold sand surrounded with the palm trees provides a pleasant sense of relaxation to the eyes and the mind.

Activities
: The distinct shade of blue and green of the backwaters is quite tempting to take a swim. The plus point, this place is not crammed with vacationers which mean you have the entire beach to yourself.

And the cool pleasant temperature during winters makes it the perfect time to enjoy the beauty. one can also go for boating in the backwaters, witness the famous snake boat race and relax oneself in the ayurveda spas.

Nearest railway station: 
Thiruvananthapuram railway station is the nearest railway station from Poovar

09

Thekkady

Thekkady

An absolute heaven for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts, Thekkady is home to a plethora of rare fauna and flora. It is India’s largest wildlife sanctuary, and the 120-year-old surki dam built across the Periyar River is a major tourist attraction.

Thekkady is a perfect retreat for all those who love fun, adventure, nature and wildlife. By far November is the best time to visit Thekkady as the weather is cold and pleasant, making it ideal for sightseeing.

Activities
: Boating in the Periyar Lake is one of the most popular things to do in Thekkady. Besides boating, trekking, mountain walk and a safari in the Periyar wildlife sanctuary are among the other favourite activities to carry out in Thekkady. Jungle night patrols, elephant rides and tribal walk are the unique activities that shouldn’t be missed when in Thekkady.

Nearest railway station
: Kottayam is the nearest railway station to Thekkady.

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10

Varkala Beach

Varkala Beach

Taking a dip in the holy waters spurges the body of impurities and the soul of its sins, and if you are looking to engage in such an act, then Varkala beach is the destination you are seeking.

The Varkala beach is the most elegant place to visit in Kerala in November because of the pleasant climate the site has to offer to enjoy the cold beach sand and the bluish water.

Activities
: Varkala is a fantastic place to relax and rejuvenate oneself and is well known for its dramatic sunsets. There are also many spas, yoga and ayurvedic therapy centres surrounding the beach to provide the tourists a wonderful time during their vacation.

Meditation and art workshops are also offered to the tourists from time to time to provide the tourists with a bunch of beautiful memories.

Nearest railway station
: Thiruvananthapuram is the major railhead to Varkala.

11

Neliyampathy

Neliyampathy

The ‘cloud caressed majestic  hills’ of Nelliyampathy is a sight to behold. Nelliyampathy is said to be the untouched heaven on earth. It is located around 62 km, from Palakkad in Kerala. The pleasant and pristine climate during the months of November makes it the perfect time to explore this unexplored hill station in Kerala.

The gorgeous scenic landscape, the empty streets, melodies of birds and the small mountains is the ideal place for a get away from the hustle and bustle of the town.

Activities
: Catching glimpses of the tigers in the Eravikulam tiger reserve, exploring the well maintained beautiful garden of the Pothundi dam are some of the exciting things to do when in Nelliyampathy.

Distance from nearest railway station: 
To reach Nelliyampathy, Palakkad station is the nearest about 60 km away from the hill station, and from there one can take a taxi to reach this unexplored hill station.

12

Thrissur

Thrissur

The land of Pooram festival and the cultural capital of Kerala, Thrissur draws thousands of tourists each year which increases during the month of November because of the pleasant climate that it offers for its exploration.

This place is a hotbed for the folk performances of Kerala that gives deep insight into the cultural tradition of Kerala. The district is also an abode of many cultural centres such as the Sahitya Academy, Kerala kalamandir and the Sangeet Natak Academy.

Activities
: While in Thrissur one must definitely pay a visit to the Thrissur zoo which is home to very rare species of flora and fauna, the Peechi dam, Chimmony dam, Peechi Vazhano wildlife sanctuary, Palakkad, Dolours Basilica, Athirapally waterfalls amongst others.

Nearest railway station: Thrissur is easily accessible as it has a railway station of its own and from there, tourists can book a cab to explore the district to its fullest.

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11 July 2019
Excellent
It Was an Awesome Trip To Munnar , Pros: Traveling On Month Of July (monsoon Season) Make The Place More Special . The Place Where The Camping Held Has Given Stunning Panoramic View Of The Western Ghats and the Valley of Theni. On Way To Campsite You Can Also have A Chance To Encounter With Wild Animals Which is also an Thrilling Experince. The Dinner and Breakfast Which Provided By the Tour Company Was Quiet Decent. Memorable Moments And FunFilled Trip Is Guarantee . Cons : Food are Really Expensive on Outside Of The Campiste Residency If You Are Planning A Other Activities Than Camping Beware Of The Activities You Pick bcoz In Some Places( Example :Elephant Safari,Etc..) They Charge You More Than It Deserve Since I Had Private Tour I Did Not Have Problem With Restroom Facilities (because Campsite Was Near The Building Of The Tour Company ) I havn't Seen Any Restroom On The Places Of Group Tour Camp So Please Enquire Before The Begging Of Your Camping. --- At Last One Line Decrption --- " Nature Always Wears The Colors Of The Spirits " Live In The Moments In Munnar Have A Good Life :)
16 April 2015
Excellent
Paragliding was a an absolute delightful experience for me. it was my first time and intially it was a little scary but when you start your flight its amazing. also the pilot was really friendly and explaining me everything from important points about the place and his experience of flying. best parts was when he was doing stunts like flying 360 degree. it was a very memorable experience.
25 May 2015
Bheeshma Guha Kerala Backwaters Tour
Excellent
My money spent on this trip was totally worth it and i strongly recommend this as a holiday point for you.Especially i liked that ride on the houseboat, which is a typical and very famous tourist attraction in Kerala and you gonna love that too.
Excellent
"If you are new to munnar then it is the best package for you to explore munnar... In this package the guide will pick you at 9 and will take you to around 10 sight seeing places in munnar around 72 kms up and down ... "
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"Simply Amazing. If you love adventures , this is a must try. There's Jeep safari, off-roading through the tea estates, Fog covering the way when you reach the top, Mesmerizing view, Quechua Tents, Tasty food, Campfire, 2 km trek to the top of the mountain and last but definitely not the least breathtaking sunrise and feel of heaven on the top. The team organizing this is super helpful and super friendly. Had some difficulties contacting the vendor in the beginning but once we met things went super smooth and the team at the top (Oscar and team) definitely deserves an applause.\nP.S.: Don't miss the Sunrise from the top of the mountain for which one has to trek for 2KMS. "
11 October 2020
Excellent
Ideal spot for family and friends to experience a complete riverside vacation at a very reasonable price.
19 October 2019
Excellent
Felt so luxurious, the resort is beautiful along with the amazing views of the place. The room was just amazing with superb jacuzzi in our room with a grand view. The resort has a friendly-environment too. The staffs were professional and responsive always provide service on-time. Feel like not to leave the place. We made our booking through Thrillophilia and got our vouchers so easily. The booking process was very smooth, easy check in and check out, hassle-free experience and we surely got a good deal as compared to what other websites were offering.
09 January 2020
Excellent
We booked Windflower Resort from Thrillophilia and it was a really fun experience, the food, the staff and their services, everything was commendable. I and my friends totally enjoyed the activity like trekking, nature walk, and trekking was our favourite one, the view from Wayanad plantation and weather was the perfect backdrop for an amazing evening with a friendly guide, We did everything we could in our 2 days stay. The package was perfect, all-inclusive of meals and activities.
18 November 2019
Excellent
I really enjoyed my stay at this resort due to its picturesque views of Chembra peak and subtropical rainforests. I loved the way luxury is redefined at this place. The rooms were sp well designed to give you inner peace and happiness away from city life. The jacuzzi was very well maintained and relaxing. This resort is just a 3 hours drive from Mysore. We had a amazing journey as well
08 January 2020
Excellent
Always wanted to experience an amazing stay in the lap of nature. I came across amazing stay on Thrillophilia website at a very good rate compared to many websites. I had booked this package for me and my friends, I must say the stay was very amazing, also the food was also very tasty, hospitality was great and I really loved the stay. The package was very good as it included everything it was needed, stay with valley view, meals and activities. Overall amazing experience. Thank you so much, guys. Cheers

People Also Ask About Kerala

  1. Is it good to visit Kerala in November?

    Yes, November is considered one of the best months to visit Kerala. As monsoon season has just drawn to a close, the weather is cool, characterized by pleasant winds. There is barely any heat or humidity and the lush landscapes look ethereal, having been bathed by the rains.
  2. Which is the best season to visit Kerala?

    The best time to visit Kerala is between September to March, when cloud cover is low, and the clear skies beckon. During these months Kerala enjoys pleasant winds by the day and gentle breezes at night, making for great weather.
  3. Which is the most beautiful place in Kerala?

    Naming just one destination in Kerala beautiful seems difficult. Here are some of the most breathtaking towns in the state:

    -Kovalam: Relaxing on the Kovalam Beach and admiring the scenery and serenity around is one of the best things to do while in Kerala.

    -Alleppey: Glistening backwaters, ayurvedic spas, temples, beaches, and everything tranquil awaits at Alleppey!

    -Varkala Beach: As if nature's green bounty wasn't enough, Kerala's beach has crystal clear holy water. Go along, take a dip!

    -Munnar: The world's largest tea estate finds its home here, adding to the beauty of Munnar.

    -Kumarakom: Rewind and rejuvenate amidst vibrant landscapes, sanctuaries, flora and fauna.

  4. What is the weather in Kerala in November?

    November is the onset of Kerala's dry season. With the monsoons having just bid farewell, the weather is pleasant with an average of 27°C for most of the day. This temperature remains almost constant from June to December, making travelling and sightseeing easy across the state.

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