Coorg, one of the most cherished hill resorts of the state of Karnataka enjoys moderate, pleasurable and exceedingly salubrious climate all round the year. The average annual temperature of Coorg generally hovers around 15°c and the unruffled and energizing clime of this tableland turns Kodagu into one of the most singled out tourist attractions of Southern India.
Summer in Coorg extends from March to May when the days are characterized with charming and jovial ambiance and affable and gratifying climate. The maximum temperature during the summertime is recorded to be about 28°c while the temperature drops as down as 13°c at nights. Sporadic rains also immerse this terrain in summer which helps keeping the temperature and warmth under control. The invigorating and fortifying ambient of Coorg draws thousands of tourists to this Arcadia personified where they can relish the ceaseless flourish of nature at its finest.
Monsoons in Coorg commences in the month of June and lasts till the month of late September when medium to heavy downpours plunge the entire terra firma under water and the temperature again records a considerable drop. The standard temperature of Coorg during the rainy season fluctuates in the range of 12°c and the complete country side swarming with the newly budding flowers and lush green carpets looks tremendously flabbergasting.
Winter in Coorg sets in during the month of December and lasts till February which is marked with freezing cold days and even colder and nippier nights. The utmost possible temperature of a winter day ever recorded in Coorg happens to be 12°c and the piercing cold winds render the climate even more Siberian. The vacationers are greatly recommended to wear heavy woolen clothes if planning to pay a visit to Coorg in winter.
April to November is the most perfect tourist season for visiting Coorg and sightseeing in and around the township, although this hill resort receives heavy traffic of the holiday makers all twelve months of the year.