Places to Visit in Winter in Tamil Nadu
Cool breeze, moderate temperature, no humidity, and less rainfall. This is all about winter season in Tamil Nadu. Probably the ideal most season to visit Tamil Nadu, winter is the time when a heavy footfall of tourist can be noticed anywhere in the state. The reason behind this is the moderate temperate during the season that ranges in between 17°C and 35°C. Though the season is meant to travel any place in Tamil Nadu, yet, there are some top tourist destination where one should go, if he/she is planning a winter vacation in Tamil Nadu. Ooty and Kodaikanal are two such hill stations in South India for where a holiday seeker would never drop a chance to visit. From exquisite gardens and miniature trains to rustic bungalows and cool climate, these hill stations never miss a chance to amaze tourist with their resplendent beauty, especially in winters. Up next is the beautiful place, that one should visit during winter in Tamil Nadu is the coastal town of Kanyakumari. In Kanyakumari, Kanyakumari Beach is the perfect place to unwind yourself while sitting on the shore and enjoying the sweet sound of gushing water of the sea hitting the rocks.
Madurai, the shopping city of Tamil Nadu is probably one must visit place during winters in Tamil Nadu. Far away from the blistering summer heat, Madurai in winter gives tourists the best shopping experience in Tamil Nadu. Another beach destination, Chennai is amongst the best tourist places in Tamil Nadu to visit during winter. Unlike summer, winter in Chennai is dry and soothing and hosts one of the best festivals of the country, Chennai Music Festival. This is a month-long festival that held every year in the months of December-January. Having the same weather condition, Tirunelveli makes to the list of places to visit in Tamil Nadu in the winter season. The city is a home to numerous temples that can be visited throughout the season. Moreover, the city also hosts the famous three-day long Karthigai Deepam Festival in the winter season which is marked by lighting diyas in temples, homes, and on the streets. Throughout these days the city bids spectacular views to adore for tourists.