The Original South India & Kerala Bicycle Tours – Since 2012

Join us for a cycling tour in South India and Kerala that you will leave you mesmerized! Meander through the sandy beaches of Kochi, the perfect landscape of Munnar to the splash of backwaters that is Kerala! A wondrous mix of beaches, plantations, wildlife, lakes create an exciting mélange of scenic fabric of South India.

Climate for Cycling Holiday


With varied terrain, starting form below sea level in costal plains to 1900m in the mountains, Kerala has a diverse climate. A typical tropical climate, it remains cooler in the highlands and hot and humid in coastal plain through out the year.

Mid-November to end of February is the winter time is Kerala, which is best experienced in the highlands with pleasant climate in mornings and temperature falling below 10°C during night. A fleece jacket or warm sweater and long pants may be needed for the cooler evenings and mornings in hill stations. The temperature in plains averages between 25°C to 31°C during this time.

From Beginning of March till end of May, it’s summer. The temperatures go above 40°C during some days in coastal pains and generally remains very hot and humid. The highlands still offer some relief during this time with comparatively cooler climate.

Start of June is the beginning of Monsoon season in Kerala. Kerala receives two cycles of Monsoon. From June till September, it’s southwest monsoon, which brings heavy rainfalls till mid of August and it slowly weakens towards end of September. The second cycle, North east monsoon, starts from beginning of October till mid November with light to heavy showers mainly during the evening hours.

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