Monsoon in Kumarakom lasts mainly from June to September and the area of Kumarakom receives an average of 1100mm of rainfall annually. As the regions is blessed with frequent rain showers, this makes the weather pleasant. However, one must note that houseboat rides are not available in the monsoon season so plan accordingly. The monsoon is also a great time to go bird watching in the sanctuary since many migratory birds visit Kumarakom during this season. Travelers can also enjoy long walks in this breezy weather and admire the lush forests all around. One must also carry an umbrella or raincoat in your luggage, as rain showers are frequent and weather can be unpredictable.
One can visit Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Kumarakom Backwaters, Vaikom Mahadev Temple, Kumarakom Beach, Juma Masjid, Saint Mary’s Church, and many other beautiful attractions of Kumarakom.
One must make a list of all the activities and experiences to be covered and then plan traveler’s itinerary according to the suitable season.