Booking a ticket to France and figured that the hole in your pocket is just getting bigger? We’ve got it covered for you. Get ready to be seduced by some France right inside your country, head out to the picturesque Puducherry and we bet you will come back saying Bonjour instead of Hello.
Right from the paradisiacal white architecture to the soulful Aurobindo Ashram in Auroville, Puducherry Weather has a lot to offer to one and all. The bohemian chic former French colony remains French in many ways, and you’d be surprised as to how marvelous this beautiful Forever France is.
If you are hungry, head to a French Café and never look back, go for some steak and beer and you are lunched for the day. And if that does not satiate your hunger, shopping definitely will.
Best Time to Visit Puducherry:
Summer (Mar-Jun): Puducherry sees hot summers wherein the temperature goes up to 42 degrees Celsius as well. Also, due to Puducherry being a coastal city, humidity is also on the higher side causing massive discomfort. However, you can still put on lots of sunscreen and visit the beach along with doing some water spots to feel slightly cooler.
Monsoon (July to Sep): Right from the beginning of Monsoon, it does begin to rain in Puducherry and you never know when it ends up raining and that too at what intensity. Temperatures settling between 25 and 35 degrees Celsius, and the humidity levels due to constant rains is high. However, Puducherry is beautiful during Monsoon. The picturesque greenery and colorful flowers all around make it look picture perfect.
Winters (Oct-Feb): The best time to visit Puducherry is during the winters. During this time, temperatures are in the comfortable range, i.e. 22 and 32 degree Celsius. Moreover, it does rain at times also due to the Northeast Monsoon season in October and November and some part of December which makes it even more pleasant.
Head to the beach, or just roam around the streets of this French Fantasy, Puducherry is all yours to explore.
Things to do in Puducherry, Places to visit in Pondicherry
You can either head to the older part of Pondi which is definitely more French and whiter with houses draped with bougainvillea and clean streets.
There are several beaches to visit right from the Promenade Beach to the Paradise Beach, Auroville Beach, and Serenity Beach. You have got to choose your poison.
While in Puducherry you have got to visit the amazing Auroville. The Aurobindo Ashram is a must visit and you must make sure to spend some time there. You can also visit Arikamedu, which happen to be the ruins that carried the remnants of the Roman trade in India.