This South state, rich in flora and fauna, offers the best destination for spending holidays in the lap of nature. You can visit the wildlife sanctuaries and national parks such as the Wayanad, Eravikulam, and Periyar national parks. Kerala also has to showcase its rich cultures, dances, festivals, and art and craft. You can get a chance to witness the celebration of Vishu and Mahashivratri during the summer months and also the famous Onam festival and snake boat racing. Munnar is a popular hill destination, and you can go for adventure activities here. Alleppey is a backwater destination where you can stay in houseboats. Wayanad, Thiruvananthapuram, Kovalam, Kozhikode, Kochi, Thrissur, and Thekkady are some of the other popular destinations. The Kerala's climate is warm and humid throughout the entire year, but the temperature remains low in the winters between December to February. If you are a monsoon lover, then you can visit Kerala in October.