With a glorious past, a vibrant culture, a rich tapestry of history, a nature’s paradise of blue beaches and clear skies, Tamil Nadu is a tourist’s dream come true. One can revel on the Marina beach, go cruising in the theme parks, or let the mind rest in peace in the midst of magnificent temples. Alternatively, one can relish the mouth-watering dosas, savor the refreshing filter coffee, or enjoy the Bharat Natyam performances. Tamil Nadu makes one forget the humdrum of modern life.
The climate of the state is widely tropical. April and May are the hottest months with temperatures rising to as high as 40°C. During the day, even the coastal regions are warm and humid during the summers; nightfall, however, brings some respite in the form of the cool sea breeze. During the winter season, extending from November to February, the mercury hardly falls below 20°C, except in the hill stations. The winter monsoons of Tamilnadu occur in the months of October to December.