The peak tourist season of Kerala begins in October and extends up to February. So you may readily schedule your vacation in the pooja holidays that commences in either October or November. It would be better not to visit during the summer season from March to May. Rains can be experienced their best from the months of June to September.
All sorts of water activities at the beaches spread across the state must be sheer avoided once any rough weather warning is given to you.
Tourists opting for a road trip from Delhi to reach Kerala may travel through Goa instead of Bangalore as they can be less tiresome and full of beautiful sights.
Make sure that you are equipped with enough sunscreens, sunglasses and hats before setting out to the sun in the beaches of Kerala.
When you are on a tour to Kerala, you may have to act a bit conventional be it the dressing or the behaviour, as the society here is a bit more orthodox when compared with the Northern part of India.
Do not forget to pack umbrellas and raincoats