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Q. I want to visit Pondicherry around July end or August 1st week. Will the weather be good? Are monsoons dangerous for visiting? Can you please share an itinerary for 2N 3D for relaxing/romantic type weekend? Thanks in advance.

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4 years ago
During July - August, you will experience some amount of rainfall, so be prepared for that. The weather can be a little hot and quite humid otherwise. For a romantic stay, it is advisable to stay in (Read More)the White Town area near Rock beach, where most of the cafes and churches are concentrated. Day 1: Arrive at your hotel and relax that night in the quarter. Eat at DisDis & Co. Day 2: In the morning, enjoy a beautiful sunrise by the beach and head towards Auroville, to see the Matri Mandir. It is important to get there early and book in advance as they are quite particular about timings. Enjoy a nice visit to the green belt, and have lunch in Auroville at Cafe Xtasi. From there, you can come back to Pondicherry and visit the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus church. From there, head south towards the beach area, where you can take a casual stroll through the White Town, admiring the elegant layout. The Church of Immaculate Conception Cathedral should be on your way, another beautiful church in Pondicherry. In the evening, take a casual stroll through the seaside promenade on Rock beach. End your day with an early dinner at Cafe Des Arts. Day 3: Start your day with a beautiful sunrise if you can, and then head to the Aurobindo Ashram. From here, you can take a trip to neighbouring Chidambaram to admire the ancient and fascinating temples. You could eat lunch here at one of the many restaurants and head back to Pondicherry and spend a relaxed afternoon by the beach or at one of the many cafes.
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