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Best time to visit Kannur

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Monsoon Season in Kannur

Kannur experiences monsoons between the months of June to September. These months are characterized by heavy rainfall.

Best Season in Kannur

The best season to visit Kannur is the winter season. The best months to visit are July, August, September, October, November, January, February and March.

Winter Season in Kannur

The Month of December marks the start of winter season in Kannur. Temperature ranges between a comfortable 13°C to 29°C. Winters last till February in Kannur. This is one of the best seasons to visit Kannur as the place seems washed and beautiful after the rains. The temperature remains ideal to enjoy nature.

Summer Season in Kannur

The summers in Kannur are hot and generally avoided by the tourists. The month of March marks the start of summer season and it lasts till May. Temperature ranges between 23°C to 38°C during these months.

Accommodation in Kannur

Kannur has a lot of deluxe and medium to budget accommodation options. Chera Rocks Beach House (PO Kizhunna), Edakkad Beach Houses (Near Edakkad Beach), Kannur Beach House (Thottada P O), Costa Malabari (Near Adi Kadalayi Temple) and Blue Nile - Business & Leisure Hotel (S.N Park Road) are the popular deluxe hotels of the city.
Some of the medium to budget accommodation options include Malabar Residency (Thavakkara Road), Pranav Beach Resort (Beach Road Palliyanmoola), Seashell (Haris Guest House), KK Heritage (Kottayam Kandi House), Royal Omars (Thavakkara) and Sky Palace Hotel (Metro Tower Thavakkara) etc.

Events / Festivals in Kannur

Festivals in Kannur are celebrated with much grandeur. The major festival of Kannur includes:
Ekadasi Festival: Ekadasi Festival is one of the most important festivals of the town and is celebrated on the eleventh day of every lunar fortnight. The Vrishchika Ekadasi has a special importance in the town. A highlight of this festival is the memorial honour for Gajarajan Kesavan.
Utsavam or Annual Festival: This festival is celebrated on the day of Pushya in the month of February-March and is meant for the purification and the revitalizing effect of the powers of the deity.
Saraswathy Pooja: This festival is held in the last three days of the Navaratri festival and the last three days are especially meant for Goddess Saraswathy. The preparations of Krishnanattam, Kathakali, and Kalaripayattu etc. usually begin on this day.

Kannur Weather

Quick Info

  • Attractions

    Scenic and historical
  • Altitude

    1 m
  • STD Code

  • Best Season

    Winter, July to March
  • State/Code


    Malayalam and English
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