If scorching heat doesn’t stop you to do expedition, then definitely summers in Tamil Nadu is your season. Summer season in Tamil Nadu starts in the month of March and lasts till May. During these months, the weather remains hot and humid with an average temperature of 35°C and maximum of 42°C. Though the season is all about blistering heat, yet a heavy footfall of tourists can be spotted at various places of Tamil Nadu. Despite not being the ideal most season to visit Tamil Nadu, one can still experience so much while being here in the summer. The oldest city of Tamil Nadu, Madurai hosts a 12-day long festival in the summer season which celebrated in the Meenakshi Temple. Once again, the sublime hill stations of Ooty, Yercaud, Kodaikanal, and Yelagiri are must-visit summer destinations in Tamil Nadu.
For all those looking out to purge searing heat of Tamil Nadu, these hill station serves as the best escapes. Flower Show in Ooty is one of the most revered festivals in Tamil Nadu which you can’t afford to miss while in the state. Another famous tourist spot in Tamil Nadu is the ‘Little Israel of India’, Vattakanal. Though the place is an offbeat destination, yet it is one of those places which one should surely visit in the hot weather of Tamil Nadu. Velankanni is another place in the state where you cool off in the summer season but in a different way as compared to the hill stations. Evidently, Velankanni is the best place to visit in South India for that beach experience. One can spend hours chilling in the sea water of Velankanni Beach. The seafood at Velankanni Beach is one of those must-try cuisines while in the state. Similarly, you can also consider Chennai on top of the list to spend beach holidays in Tamil Nadu.