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iXiGOers Jul 12 2013

Which are the best places to visit in India in September?

Kirat S Jul 12 2013
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As the wet season takes a backseat and clear blue skies welcome you once again, the idea of a holiday is too tempting to pass. September is considered to be one of the most pleasant months to head out for a vacation. Here are some places to visit in September in India:


With its charming waterfalls, cascading hills and winding roads, visit Shillong, it is certainly one of the popular destinations for a hassle free vacation. The perfect place to relax, Shillong offers you a lovely break from the chaos of cities. The lack of traffic and usual touristy crowds are a blessing in disguise when you are busy exploring this small town.


September is probably one of the best months to head to this much spoken about town. Considered to be an epitome of beauty and charm, visit Srinagar, as it offers you an unforgettable holiday. Besides the usual sightseeing spots such as Dal Lake and Mughal Gardens, the town is situated at a convenient distance from Gulmarg and Sonmarg.


If the city’s intriguing history is anything to go by, then visit Amritsar and you will have a memorable holiday in hand. Be it the glorious Golden Temple or the soul stirring Jallianwala Bagh, the town will not cease to surprise you. Holding significant relevance for foodies, the streets of Amritsar offer you mouth watering delicacies. From the popular cholle bhature to the delicious amritsari kulcha, there is much to explore if food defines a good holiday for you.


Visit Coorg for the aromatic fragrance of coffee, the refreshing greenery and the untouched beauty is a package you cannot miss. The small town has slowly carved a niche for itself on the list of most popular destinations to visit. The homestays in Coorg deserve special mention for their warm hospitality besides the mouth watering local delicacies all of them offer. If you prefer a quiet holiday, Coorg doesn’t disappoint.


Visit Lachen, this small town will truly surprise you. Since the town has only recently been open to tourists, there is much to discover and explore. If adventure is remotely on your mind, you will be in for a treat. Besides challenging trekking trails, Lachen offers you a number of adventure opportunities. Nature lovers can also have a whale of time with the awe inspiring beauty and serenity the town is enveloped in. Lachen is one of the best options for places to visit in September.


Located in the Southern part of India, visit Coonoor as it is an unexplored beauty. Massive tea plantations, astounding greenery and splendid views of the Nilgiri make for a gorgeous holiday. Offering a number of sightseeing spots, the small town will leaving you asking for more. With a little something for everyone, birdwatchers and adventure freaks have lots to do in Coonoor. Laws Falls and Sim’s Park are some of the places you must visit.


Visit Wayanad, it is a dream destination which makes for an unforgettable holiday. You will be surprised at the hidden treasures the tiny hamlet offers. Besides the luxury of warm Keralan hospitality, Wayanad pleases you with its surreal charm. If you are looking for a relaxing break amidst nature, you will not regret your decision. Don’t miss out on rejuvenating nature walks, spectacular bird watching sprees and a thrilling visit to the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary.


Considered as ‘paradise of the south’, Kovalam offers you untouched beauty. Though it has recently become one of the best tourist destination, Kovalam still retains its unexplored aura as is. A break from crowded beaches, the beaches of Kovalam are enveloped in peace and serenity. Admire the works of nature as you sip refreshing coconut water and dig into mouthwatering local delicacies.


Famous as a desired shooting location for Bollywood flicks, visit Khandala as it a lovely hill station which welcomes you with its misty hills and blurred greenery. Marked by umpteen peak and sightseeing ‘points’, there is much to do here. From trekking to bird watching to simply relaxing, Khandala is a respite from the disturbing Mumbai humidity and chaotic traffic snarls. If you are blessed by rains when you are holidaying here, consider yourself lucky. It is believed Khandala takes on a different hue during the rainy season. A short trip here promises you a holiday of a lifetime.

With so many options, you have ample time to plan for your wonderful vacation.

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