Kumarakom is one of the most admired tourism destination located near the city of Kottayam, in Kerala, India. Kumarakom is Well known and accepted by tourists all over the world of its famous backwater tourism.
It is set in the backdrop of the Vembanad Lake which is the largest freshwater lake in the state of Kerala, and also is the longest lake in India. Climate Kumarakom has a moderate climate throughout the year.
Kumarakom has a balanced tropical climate, which has two monsoons south west and north east. The average rainfall is here is 1100mm. Winters (November to February) are pleasant and temperature goes down to a minimum of 18°C. This period is perfect for sightseeing and carrying out all types of activities. Summers (March to May) days are accompanied by warm climate and the temperature reaches up to a maximum of 37°C.
During Summer days one can still enjoy the scenic beauty of the place. Monsoons (June to September) months has medium rainfall in Kumarakom. In monsoons, backwater cruising is not allowed. But this period is ideal for spotting birds, and enjoying rain.