Varkala, situated at Pythal Mala hill station in the Indian state of Kerala, is a mythological place for the Hindus. The town has many natural fishers and springs which makes it one of the favored tourist destinations. Varkala is well known for its exotic beach, that has enough arrangement for many water sports to make your tour a memorable one. The Varkala Beach is a generally beautified by mineral-water springs and the lofty cliffs. Janardhana Swamy Temple, Anjengo Fort, a historical place, the religious site Sivagiri Mutt, Kapil Lake and the Nature Center etc. are some of the major attractions of Varkala. Besides, Varkala Tunnel and the Lighthouse are also interesting places that one should never miss to visit.
Varakala is one of the India’s most romantic destinations, and within its boundaries there are several sites that are perfect for couples. Varkala, a calm and quiet hamlet, is a place where hills are located close to the sea. The Varkala Beach is an exotiv place, wel known for its lofty cliffs and mineral-water springs. Search out numerous water spouts and spas on the sides of the cliffs or enjoy the breathtaking sunset by the Varkala Beach. Varkala is also well knwn for adventurous activities such as paragliding and parasailing while Anjengo Fort, Janardhana Swamy Temple, Sivagiri Mutt,Varkala Tunnel, Kappil Lake etc. are some of the popular attractions of the destination, that should not be missed. This city has a lot more for couples to rejuvenate their childhood and full of romance.
Climatic conditions in Varkala are similar to other parts of coastal Kerala and the conditions are generally hot and humid. Winters are the best time to visit the place.
Best Season: December to February
Summers: March to May
Winters: December to February
Monsoons: June to September