The months of August and September form the last leg of South-West monsoon with moderately warm days. Atmospheric temperature, on these days and is likely between 22 to 28˚C. Days are sunny. It rains for a few hours, mostly during night, and the weather is comfortable and enjoyable with lots of solar spill.
Unlike North Indian Monsoon, Kerala Monsoon is comfortably warm and windy, perfect for a unique holiday experience. Occasional rainfall keeps the nature fresh and attractive.
Thanks to the peninsular proximity to the ocean, Manaltheeram and Somatheeram belong to a micro climatic region, safe from the extremities of incessant rain. The southern tip of Kerala has Tamil Nadu weather making more impact than that of the central Kerala. The vast sunbathed beach of Chowara can be enjoyed all through the year.