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Best time to visit Thalassery

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Monsoon Season in Thalassery

August marks the beginning of Monsoon season in Thalassery and lasts till September. The rains bring newness and rejuvenating greenery to the place. 

Winter Season in Thalassery

Winters approach Thalassery in December and lasts till February. The climate is pleasantly cool and the temperature ranges from 19°C to 32°C. Winters are the apt season for sightseeing in Thalassery.

Best Season in Thalassery

The best season to visit Thalassery is the winter season. The temperature remains comfortable and is apt for visiting the places of interest in Thalassery. The best months to visit are October, November, December, January, February and March.

Summer Season in Thalassery

Summers of Thalassery are extremely hot and exhausting. The temperature ranges from 28°C to 40°C in the months of March to April. A visit to Thalassery is generally avoided during these months.

Accommodation in Thalassery

Thalassery has some deluxe and a lot of medium to budget and accommodation options. Some of the famous deluxe hotels include Malabar Avenue (Near New Bus Stand) and Ayisha Manzil (Fort Road). Paris Presidency (New Paris Complex), K K Residency (Old Bus Stand), Pranam Hotel (Near Malabar Gold), Aswathy Guest House (Old Syndicate Bank Road) and Chattanchal Tourist Home (Near Old Bus Stand) are popular medium to budget accommodations in the city.

Events/Festivals in Thalassery

Festivals are celebrated with great zeal and religious sentiments in Thalassery. They are extremely colourful and promote unity and feeling of brotherhood.

Ekadasi Festival: One of the most important festivals of the town, Ekadasi Festival 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 commemorative plaque 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 revitalizing the powers of the deity.

Saraswathy Pooja: Saraswathy Pooja is held in the last three days of the Navaratri festival as the last three days are especially meant for Goddess Saraswathy. The preparations of Krishnanattam, Kathakali, and Kalaripayattu etc. usually begin on this day. Hence this eve is celebrated with great passion.

Christmas: Christmas is one of the most important and famous festival of Kerala. It is celebrated on 25th December every year by the Christians and people belonging to other religions.

Thalassery Weather

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  • Attractions

    Religious and scenic
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  • STD Code

  • Best Season

    Winter; October to March
  • State/Code


    English and Malayalam
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