September is lean monsoon period in India, effects of rain is seen everywhere, the atmosphere is clean and sky are clear. It is perfect time to witness greenery all around. This is the time for turnaround of weather and arrival of autumn. It’s ideal for a monsoon break and visit beautiful destinations in India. There are wonderful places to visit in September in India that too at low-budget. You can avail cheaper hotel rooms discounted tour packages. Therefore planning for a holiday vacation with friends and family is not a bad idea either. So choose among the given list of places to visit this September in Indian. There are many more amazing places to explore in September in India, few names are mentioned at the end. So explore and travel more this september.
Dooars is located in West Bengal,it is also known as gateway to the hill stations of Bengal and North East. It is famous for its rich biodiversity and forest. It is best place for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts, can also be best place for the honeymoon destination. Here you can visit Gorumara National Park, Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary, Phuntsholing (on the border of Bhutan), Teesta Barrage, Buxa Tiger Reserve & Fort, Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary, and Bhutan Ghat. You can enjoy doing River rafting in Teesta River, one of the best places for wildlife viewing from the watchtower, taking the elephant and jeep safaris, and bird watching.
Lachen is located in Sikkim. Sikkim is a beautiful state in North East India which is also bordered by Bhutan. It is also known as the ‘Big Pass’ in the small state. Sikkim is surrounded by snow-clad peaks and replete with panoramic vistas of the stunning landscape. There you can enjoy camping, trekking and also river rafting.
The hill station of ‘The Raj’, Kalimpong is located in the West Bengal, the state in eastern India, between the Himalayas and Bay of Bengal. It is a less crowded and untouched hill station. Thus Kalimpong is in the list of best places to visit in September in India. You can enjoy paragliding, bird watching, trekking, river rafting and angling. Also visit Dr. Graham’s Home, Deolo Hill, Durpin Monastery, Mac Farlen Chruch, Moran House, Lepcha Museum and Tsonga Gumba.
If you love stargazing and spend some beach time then you should visit Tarkarli, located in south India, West Central. Apart from stargazing you can also enjoy scuba diving, dolphin spotting, snorkeling, boating and rafting. On the other hand, Dhamapur Lake, Shree Shivchhatrapati Temple, Padma Garh Fort, Vijaygarh Fort and others will make your trip valuable.
Neemrana is the heart of Golden Royal Triangle in Rajasthan, located in north side in India. Visit Neemrana Fort Palace, Kesroli Hill Fort old remains of Buddhist Vihara at Viratnagar and other and get a chance to do zip lining, camel ride, vintage car tour and even spa therapies.
If you are in search of serenity with the richness of culture then visit Bundi. It is located in Rajasthan, in North India, which boarders with Pakistan. In Bundi you can visit Bundi palace, Taragarh Fort, Chaurasi Khambon Ki Chhatri, Shikar Burj, Chitrashala Art Gallery and Raniji ki Baori along with these spend your night at Taragarh Fort to make it memorable.
Srinagar is not only the heart of Jammu and Kashmir at North but also the heart of whole India. Srinagar is said to be a true paradise on earth. Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Sonamarg are among the must places to visit to Srinagar. You will love the romantic experience of Shikara rides in Dal Lake, bird watching at Hokersar, watching wildlife at Dachigam National Park, and also shopping from the floating market at Dal Lake.
Nanital is located in Uttarakhand state in North India. It is famous for its banana shape lake, Sikara ride and cold and mist climate. Nanital get its name from an auspicious saktipeeth of Naina devi, whose temple is just beside the Naini lake. There are 5-6 tourist spots on the hills along the Naini lake, it can be covered by mini cars , Horse ride and Ropeway. The best is the happening Mall road beside the Naini Lake we will crave for shopping at Tibetian market. Staying at Hill top hotel gives and eye-catching view of place.
Apart from these places ,Udaipur, Pushkar, Jaisalmer, Dalhousie, Shimla, and Dharamshala are some of the best weekend getaways from Delhi in places to visit in September in India. Rajasthan (Mount Abu, Pushkar, Udaipur, and Jaisalmer) takes a sigh of relief from scorching heat in this month, and you will come across lesser tourist crowd as well in September. Hilly areas like Shimla, Dharamshala, and Dalhousie however get a little cooler, occasional rain make the panorama greener, and more beautiful.