As the monsoon starts retreating, the weather around the country becomes more favourable, providing an excellent opportunity to slip on your travel shoes! There are many options for vacationing and places to see in September in India, from north to south and east to west, and it all depends on your preferences.
There is so much to see and do in September, from hill stations to beaches, temples to museums, animal sanctuaries to forts. Trekking, paragliding, rafting, scuba diving, and other adrenaline-pumping activities are available for those who enjoy them.
As a result, we’ve compiled a list of 5 places to see in September that will undoubtedly provide you with an amazing trip.
#1 Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh
In September, the small village of Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh offers many things. The balmy weather, cool breeze and what not? Moreover, the lovely backdrop of the magnificent mountains, making it an excellent choice for a brief vacation. You’ll feel at peace just looking at the picture-perfect paddy fields, rolling green hills, and lush bamboo woods. The town comes to life at the end of September when it hosts the famed ‘Ziro Festival of Music,’ and being a part of it can be an unforgettable experience.
#2 Udaipur, Rajasthan
In the month of September, Udaipur is a lovely place to visit. The royal city, often known as the City of Lakes, is located on the banks of Lake Pichola. It was the historical capital of the Kingdom of Mewar in the former Rajputana Agency and is known as the ‘Venice of the East.’ You should spend your holiday in this city focusing on the local crafts for which this city is known.
September is an excellent month to visit Udaipur since the city’s stunning Rajput-era palaces and lakes take on a spectacular ambience.
#3 Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir
Srinagar is a beautiful paradise on earth that shines brighter in September. In September, it is one of the most popular tourist locations. It is the picturesque capital of the state of Jammu & Kashmir, located in the heart of the Kashmir valley. The panoramic views of the mountains, valleys, gardens, and lakes provide an abundance of natural beauty to this metropolis. Staying in houseboats and eating delectable Kashmiri cuisine is an unusual experience in Srinagar.
In Srinagar, you can also broaden your horizons by purchasing items such as handmade carpets, pashmina shawls, paper mache, spices, saffron, and walnut wood items.
#4 Kochi, Kerala
Kerala, which is known for its oppressive heat, cools down during the monsoon season. Kochi, as a large city in Kerala, receives a lot of rain in June, July, and August. However, the weather begins to dry up in September. The greenery is still abundant, and a joyful attitude pervades the atmosphere like the essence of Ayurvedic oils. This month, one of the most important holidays in South India, Onam, is celebrated with much fanfare, elaborate processions, and boat races.
#5 Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh
Spiti Valley is a remote expanse of chilly alpine desert, resembling a bit of Tibet transplanted to India. It is also one of India’s least populous areas. September is one of the greatest months to visit Spiti Valley, with the rains subsiding and the skies remaining clear. Spiti is a peaceful Buddhist valley in Himachal that attracts solo travellers, dreamy wanderers, and peace seekers. It’s been popping up in a lot of interesting traveller’s Snapchat and Instagram stories lately.
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