Explore the southernmost tip of India with our well-planned and customized Kanyakumari Holiday Packages. Surrounded by the red cliffs and the union of three major oceans- Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea, and the Indian Ocean, Kanyakumari is the most magical place to visit in Tamil Nadu and is the only place on earth where you can see Sunset and Moonrise at the same time from the ocean.
Also known as 'The Land's End,'', the place is boasting with endless beaches, enchanting landscapes, water bodies, old churches, temples, forts, and many popular sights like stunning Thirparappu Falls, Vattaparai Waterfalls, and Gandhi Mandapam. To make the most out of your Kanyakumari Trip Packages, the winter season from October to February is the best time to visit not only for sightseeing but also the authentic South Indian cuisines like Vada, Dosa, Appam, Sambhar, idli, coconut chutney, and more.
With a miles-stretched shoreline, the place offers a plethora of beaches to explore and fun with your family, friends, and loved ones. Be it a weekend getaway or a long holiday, Safar Mentor has the perfect Kanyakumari Itinerary Tour Package for every type of traveler. For more information on the best time to visit, how to reach, and exciting offers, check out our extensive range of Kanyakumari Packages here.
Kanyakumari in Summer- The summer season is considered to be the best time to visit Kanyakumari when the temperature remains between 36 C to 28 C from April to June. Though the atmosphere remains a bit humid cool breezes make for the perfect time for sightseeing and enjoying one of the important festivals of Kanyakumari- Chitra Poornima.
Kanyakumari in Monsoon-The monsoon starts in June and ends in September. The place holds a grand festival in August, namely Avani Festival, making it the perfect time to visit Kanyakumari. the place offers incredible views of greenery, ethereal ocean waves, and smoky clouds hovering overheads.
Kanyakumari in Winter-From October till February is considered to be the best time to visit Kanyakumari when the temperature remains between 20 C to 34 C. It is also the time when the place organizes the major Cape Festival and Navaratri Festival in October, which is celebrated for 3-day-long with cultural performances and tasty food.
By Air- The nearest airport is Thiruvananthapuram International Airport about 67 km away from Kanyakumari, connected to the Middle East, Maldives, Singapore, and Sri Lanka.
By Train-Kanyakumari has its own railway station, which is located about 25 km away from the downtown city. It also operates the largest train route from Kanyakumari to Jammu and vice-versa.
By Road-Go on a road trip that you will remember for a lifetime. There are two major routes to reach Kanyakumari from Thiruvananthapuram- one is via Pazhaya Uchakkada Kanyakumari West Coast Road and the other via SH 91.