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Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 11:41 PM

Top 9 places to visit in September

Top 9 places to visit in SeptemberTravel


//Ninth month of the calendar is a great time to visit various places in India. It is at a time when the temperatures have gone down with summers almost gone. The rains have reduced compared to July and August and the winters have not arrived yet//.

As the month of September approaches, the monsoons were starting to recede giving way to the next season. For all those who couldn’t manage to get out and take a monsoon trip, the rains make still around; the most of these last showers of the year. At this point of time, the idea of planning a vacation becomes a tempting one. This pleasant weather allures us to explore new places, leaving away the comforts of our homes. If you have not been to plan a trip during the monsoon, you can surely do it now for enjoying the year’s last showers.

September surely is one of the best times to plan a vacation, because of the amazing weather. If you are planning a tour to India, there are a number of destinations sprinkled all around the length and breadth that you can choose from.

Why select September month?

September is the most underestimated season for Indian tourism. While some argue that the monsoons cause a hindrance, others continue to doubt the temperatures and humidity levels. But we can assure you, there are many places to visit in India during September. The weather is just perfect. The receding monsoons may result in little drizzle here and there. But otherwise, the temperature is moderate. And did we mention that most of these places will be scarcely crowded? This means that you can head out to these destinations for a relaxed holiday, far away from the bustling crowd.

Keeping this in mind, we bring you a compilation of some offbeat places for the end of monsoon trips – check out why Kerala would be the place you should go this September and how a small region in Maharashtra can be an exciting destination to explore in this month of September.

  1. Ziro (Arunachal Pradesh)

Ziro – a paradise for the peace seekers – ranks on the top of our list of best places to visit in India in September. The quaint town of Arunachal Pradesh is known for its balmy climate, unique Apa Tani tribal group, pine hills, paddy fields, and Ziro Festival.

Places to visit: Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Pine Grove, Meghna Cave Temple, the residence of Deputy Commissioner and the Circuit House at Hapoli, and Shivlinga at the Siddheshwar Nath Temple.

  1. Lachen (Sikkim)

Replete with panoramic vistas of the stunning landscape and snow-clad peaks around Sikkim, Lachen is one of the best places to visit in September in India. Soak in the hill station’s natural beauty as you relax in the serene and quiet environment of this destination.

Places to visit: Thangu Valley, Chopta Valley, Lachen Monastery, Gurudongmar Lake, and Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary.

  1. Dooars (West Bengal)

The word ‘Dooars’ has been derived from the word ‘doors’ to imply that the destination is a gateway to the whole of North-East India, West Bengal, and Bhutan. Famous for its rich biodiversity and forests, it is one of the best places to visit in India during September for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts.

Places to visit: Gorumara National Park, Buxa Tiger Reserve & Fort, Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary, Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary, Phuntsholing (on the border of Bhutan), Bhutan Ghat, and Teesta Barrage.

  1. Kalimpong (West Bengal)

Kalimpong, the untouched and less-crowded hill station, is yet entry from the East in our list of places to visit in India during September. Perched atop a ridge in the lush green mid ranges of the Himalayas, the hill station offers pleasant climate, magnificent views, and proximity to other tourist attractions.

Places to visit: Dr. Graham’s Home, Moran House, Deolo Hill, Lepcha Museum, Durpin Monastery, Tsonga Gumba, and Mac Farlen Church.

  1. Tarkarli (Maharashtra)

Tarkarli is one of the best places to visit in September in India for stargazing, scuba diving, and snorkeling. The perfect combination of virgin beaches, mid-height mountains, and beautiful waterfalls provides an amazing setting for a peaceful getaway. And the most-monsoon clear skies are just about perfect for stargazing.

Places to visit: Tarkarli Beach, Sindhudurg Fort, Deobagh, Malvan, Karli backwaters, Padma Garh Fort, Vijaygarh Fort, Shree Shivchhatrapati Temple, and Dhamapur Lake.

  1. Bundi (Rajasthan)

If you are looking for a tranquil but culturally rich getaway, then you must visit Bundi. The town of beautiful palaces and stout forts comes with volumes of historical significance and associated legends. And the surrounding Aravalis and water bodies only confirm its position as one of the best places to visit in India in September end.

Places to visit: Bundi Palace, Shikar Burj, Taragarh Fort, Chitrashala Art Gallery, Chaurasi Khambon Ki Chhatri, and Raniji ki Baori.

  1. Diu (Daman and Diu)

Diu, the erstwhile Portuguese colony, is a small island that has some beautiful but less crowded beaches. The influence of Gujarati and Portuguese cultures can be seen in the architecture and the food of the island. The long list of tourist places and the pleasant weather truly make this small destination one of the best places to visit in September in India.

Places to visit: Diu Fort, Panikota Fort, Zampa Gateway, Gangeshwar Temple, Diu Museum, Shells Museum, INS Khukri Memorial, Church of St. Francis of Assisi, St Paul Church, and Naida Caves.

  1. Kodaikanal (Tamil Nadu)

Kodaikanal is known for its rolling forested hills, green meadows, lovely waterfalls, quaint forest lakes, and amazing viewpoints. But what makes Kodaikanal so special among the tourist places to visit in India in September is the blend of nature and culture that can be witnessed here. And let’s not forget the amazing taste of homemade chocolates of Kodaikanal.

Places to visit: Kodaikanal Lake, Bryant Park, Coaker’s Walk, Pillar Rocks, Dolphin’s Nose rock, Shembaganur Museum of Natural History, and Bear Shola Falls.

  1. Thirthahalli (Karnataka)

A small town located in the Shimoga district of Karnataka, relatively untouched and unexplored is placed in the midst of some of the famous sites of the state. Offering a quick respite from the mechanical lives, Thirthahalli is the best example of the authentic lifestyle of Karnataka.

Places to see: With comfortable home stays and beautiful places like the Jog Falls, Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary, Elephant Camp, Agumbe around the town, are enough reasons to head to this rejuvenating destination.

Falling in between autumn and winters, the peak season of travelling in India begins, which typically coincides with October. Hence, September is perfect to travel as it is just before the peak season.





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