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Great hot weather will be there near costel area. Should go after rainny season. I went in Last Dec that time great pleasant weather. Places you can visit - Basilica of sacred Heart of Jesus Church, Auroville, Matrimandir, Rock Side beach, Promenade Beach. Must visit French colonyfor superb photography.
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Promenade Beach – Enjoy A Beautiful Sunrise Paradise Beach Island – Take A Boat Ride Ousteri Lake – Birdwatching Temple Adventures Centre – Scuba Diving Paradise Beach And Karaikal Beach – Water Activities Green Quarter – Sightseeing In Pondicherry On Two Wheels Goubert Avenue – Walk Along The Seafront Serenity Beach – Take Surfing Lessons The Lighthouse – Pamper Your Taste Buds Asta – Drink, Dine, Dance And Repeat Geethanjali – Try Some Retail Therapy Sri Aurobindo Ashram – Find Inner Peace Sita Cultural Centre – Attend Recreational Classes Churches – Seek Blessings Auroville – Spend A Day Zero House – Enjoy The Nightlife White Town – Heritage Walk Chunnambar Boat House – Houseboat Ride
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June would be too hot during june. Sep to Feb is great time to go.
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Very hot weather during June.....visit between October and February.
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Hot and humid October and February. It is during this time when the climate is comparatively cooler and also perfect for sightseeing, beach fun and water sports.
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It's June so you'll he covered with sun. it will be too hot. however, best thing to visit there is Auroville. you can get a very nice accommodation there including Meditation and Yoga (There's a package online) It's an amazing place to be in.
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Though June is extremely hot, I have visited Pondy in June. You can check my trip for details. Must visit - 1. Promenade beach (its a rock beach) - Evenings or early mornings 2. Auroville 3. Aurobindo Ashram 4. Paradise beach 5. MG road for shopping - Hidesign outlet store, Casablanca 6. Famous eateries like Xtasi for wood-fired large size pizzas, bakers street for french baked items
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