Best Places to Visit in September

Do you want to spend your vacations at a place where you just relax and make memories? Searching for this kind of place? But, not able to get the right one? Don’t worry! We have got you covered! We know that you want to travel in the month of September with your family and friends. So, without wasting your time, let us explore some of the best places where you can visit in September with your affectionate ones. Have A Look-

1. Mumbai- Maharashtra

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Mumbai is the city of dreams, which is also famous as a finance city of India. It is the capital of the city Maharashtra, Mumbai is also known as the Bombay. It is one of the largest cities in India, located on the west coast of Maharashtra. Mumbai is one of the main centers of art, culture, music, dance and theatre. In addition to this, it is also a dynamic and cosmopolitan city that has been running and is also a part of India which spent several years on the indomitable spirit of Mumbaikars. Mumbai is one of the most beautiful places which has a blended melting pot of culture and lifestyle.

This place is famous for luxury attractions, malls, heritage hotels, and others. The best time to visit this place in September Mumbai because this month they celebrate their famous festival “Ganesh Chaturthi” which provides you more peace and adds extra enjoyment in your trip. You can also plan to visit this place with your family as a holiday destination. 

Places to Visit: Marine Drive, Gateway of India, Shree Sidhivinayak, Bandra-Worli Sea Link, Kanheri Caves, Essel World, Nariman Point

Things to do: Visit Haji Ali Dargah, Evening Walk at Marine Drive, Sunset at Bandstand, Ferry Ride at Gateway of India.

How to Reach: By Air: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport

By Train: Mumbai is the name of the railway station.

2. Varanasi- Uttar Pradesh

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Varanasi is the world’s oldest city, located in Uttar Pradesh and also known by the name of Banaras and Kashi. It is a spiritual city of India. This holiest city is situated in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. There are more than 2,000 Temples that’s why it is also known as “Spiritual City of India”. Varanasi is situated on the west bank of the river Ganga, which is one of the oldest and continually inhabited cities all over the world. It is a very popular pilgrimage point for Hindus. Devotees come here to take a dip in the Holy River “Ganga”.

This place is popularly known by different names such as Kashi, Banaras, Banares, Avimukta, Anandavana. Kashi, in all of these the first name, Kashi which is very ancient and perhaps the oldest city in India. It is the best tourist attraction place and also a beautiful holiday destination for all. If you plan to visit Uttar Pradesh then don’t skip visiting Varanasi. Varanasi also has a beautiful temple and most of the people only come to watch this temple only. If you are planning to spend your holidays in September or October then this place is good because in these months most of the religious dates fall.

Places to Visit: Manikarnika Ghat, Sarnath, River Ganga, Man Mandir Ghat, Ramnagar Fort, Chunar Fort, Kashi Vishwanath Temple.

Things to do: Witness Grandeur Evening Aarti Ceremony, Take a holy bath in Ganga, Morning Boat Ride in Ganga, Tour of Sarnath, Stroll Along the Ghats, Visit Ramnagar Fort, Shopping.

How to Reach: By Air: Babatpur(26km away) is the only airport nearest to Varanasi.

By Train: Alipura Railway Station.

3. Neemrana- Rajasthan

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Neemrana is located in Alwar, Rajasthan on Delhi- Jaipur highway. It is one of the most famous magnificent fort which is also known as Neemrana fort palace. This palace was built in 1464 and also reconstructed in the 1980s. The Neemrana Fort is the oldest heritage resort in India. This palace is situated at 122 km away from the Delhi- Jaipur highway. It is now converted into one of the oldest heritage resort. This luxurious hotel is developed day-to-day by people who come here to enjoy this amalgamation of history and modernity. It is the best holiday destination near Delhi, which is fully spread with a peaceful and magical weekend getaway. Some people visit this place as an official purpose and some can visit it as a holiday destination.

If you are interested to take a ride and want to see some adventure then, you can also enjoy some activities like trekking, swimming, zip-lining and etc. It is beautiful and fully surrounded by a beauty of nature. In short, it is one of the beautiful and luxurious places to visit in Rajasthan. If you want to spend your vacations in a luxurious way and want to relax then it is the right place for you. It is also the best to place to spend your special days like birthday, anniversary, and other special days, Rajasthan is the best choice if you had a plan to explore Best Places to Visit in September.

Places to Visit: Neemrana fort palace, step-well, Kesroli Hill Fort, reclining statue of Hanuman at Pandupol.

Things to do: Cultural Events, Camel ride, Spa, Zipping, Audio-video tour, Vintage car ride, Shopping

How to Reach: By Air: Indra Gandhi International Airport(Delhi) is the nearest airport located 105km away from Delhi.

By Train: Rewari Junction Railway Station(42km away from Neemrana) and Alwar Junction Railway Station(71km away from Neemrana).

4. Ziro- Arunachal Pradesh

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Ziro is located in Arunachal Pradesh, it is a district headquarters of Lower Subansiri district which is one of the oldest city in Arunachal Pradesh. Ziro is home to the Apa Tani tribe and is famous for its pine hills and rice fields. If you are interested to visit this place then you can reach this place in all the ways like by road, by air and by rail. If you are living nearby this place then choose the roadway as it is convenient for you. It is a beautiful holiday destination for you and your family. It is the best place for peace seekers and music lovers too. The best time to visit this place in September because of the grand music festival in which artists and bands of entire northeast India perform. It is also known for its pine hills, paddy fields, zero festival and many more.

Places to visit: Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Meghna Cave Temple, Kiley Pakho, Midey, Ziro Puto, Hapoli, Pine Grove, Tarin Fish Farm, Bamboo Grove, Tipi Orchid Research Center.

Famous Viewpoints: Kile Pakho Ridge, Dolo Mando, and a twin hillock of Dilopolyang Maniipolyang.

Things to do: Zero Festival, Trekking at Midey and up to other hillocks, and Camping.

How to Reach: By Air- Tezpur (144km away) is the nearest airport.

By Train- Tezpur is also the nearest railway station.

5. Srinagar- Jammu, and Kashmir

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Srinagar is one of the largest cities of the Indian union territory of Jammu and Kashmir, which is the summer capital of India. Srinagar is also known as the paradise on the earth, situated on the banks of the river Jhelum. Jammu and Kashmir is home of several valleys such as the Kashmir Valley, Chenab Valley, Sind Valley, Lidder Valley and many more, which was founded by Maharaja Ghulab Singh by the integrating four regions and these regions are- Jammu, Ladakh, Kashmir and Gilgit. It is one of the several places that have been called “Venice of East”. Jammu and Kashmir have world-famous scenic splendor, snow-capped mountains, plentiful wildlife, exquisite monuments, hospitable people and local handicrafts. Kashmiri, Dogri, and Urdu are the main language which is spoken in Jammu and Kashmir. In Jammu and Kashmir, the Muslim peoples are in the majority.

This place is fully dependent on agriculture and farming. Every month, thousands of people visit this place. If you are planning to visit Jammu and Kashmir then don’t skip to visit Srinagar also. But, the best time to visit is September as the beauty of Srinagar takes away your heart and it will surely give you peace and pleasure. Here you can also do photography as the natural sceneries give a perfect view of the background. Hence, visit here to enjoy your vacation. 

Places to Visit: Nigeen Lake, Chapel, Aru Valley, Pari Mahal, Dal Lake, Char Chinar, Yusmarg, Challi Point, Awantipora.

Famous Viewpoints: Sinthan Top, Mughal Garden, Badamwari Garden, Hazratbal Mosque

Things to do: Shikara ride in Dal Lake, Wildlife seeing at Dachigam National Park, Bird Watching at Hokersar, Hiking, and Camping.

How to Reach: By Air: Srinagar Airport.

By Train: Udhampur Railway Station(229km away from Srinagar)

6. Dharamshala- Himachal Pradesh

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The Dharamshala is located in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh in the northern part of India. The Dharamshala is a very beautiful and peaceful town and surrounded by the forests of pine on the edges of Himalayas. It is a famous hill town, situated in the upper reaches of the Kangra valley at an elevation of 1,457 meters above sea level. The best time to visit this place is in the month of September because at that time the weather is pleasant. The lush greenery and the Himalayas gives it a scenic view of nature. If you want to spend time in the lap of nature then this is a must-visit place with your affectionate ones. This place is a site of the state government of Himachal Pradesh and also a headquarter of Kangra district. If you want to spend precious time with nature then you must visit here.

Places to Visit: Tsuglagkhang Complex, Namgyal Monastery, Kareri Dal Lake, Kangra Fort, Naddi Village, Bhagsunag Waterfalls.

Things to do: Sightseeing of Cultural and Historical Heritage, Unwind at the famous cafes, Campaigning, Paragliding, Trekking, Cycling around the town.

How to Reach: By Air: Kangra airport is nearest to Dharamshala.

By Train: Pathankot is the nearest Railway station.

7. Ooty- Tamil Nadu

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Ooty is officially known as the Udagamandalam, it is a hill station of Tamil Nadu which serves as the most popular tourist destination. It is the town and the municipality in the Nilgiri district of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Ooty is the queen of the Nilgiri which is fully surrounded by blue mountains, which increases the beauty of this place. Ooty is famous for its tea plantation and handmade chocolates which bakes naturally. Tamil is the official language of Ooty but Hindi, English and Kannada are also spoken here. The name Udhagamandalam is derived from the two Toda words and those words are “othakal-mund” which means “house in mountains”. If you plan to visit this place then September is the best time because mid rain makes this place more beautiful, romantic and aesthetically pleasant. It is also a perfect honeymoon destination.

Places to Visit: Botanical Garden, Rose Garden, Ooty Lake, Pykara Lake, Tea Museum, St.Stephen Church, Kalhatty Waterfalls.

Things to do: Take a joyride in the Nilgiri Mountain Toy Train, Take a drive up to Dolphin’s Nose, Trekking, Speed boat riding.

How to Reach: By Air: Coimbatore(88km away) is the nearest airport.

By Train: Udhagamandalam Railway Station.

8. Gangtok- Sikkim

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Sikkim is the most beautiful and green state in India which is also one of the most popular destinations for travelers. It is the city of mountains which was established by Buddhist Pilgrimage in the 1840s. The Sikkim is fully covered by the excellent natural resources, gorgeous mountains, beautiful waterfalls and some wonderful landscapes which increase the beauty of this place. The Gangtok is also known as one of the most beautiful hill stations in the country, which is a breathing and dynamic bit of paradise, located in the northeast region. You can also get an experience of the amazing view of mount Kanchenjunga, which is the third highest mountain peak in the world. There is a river whose name is river Teesta which is popular for white water rafting. It is one of the most beautiful place to visit in India, especially in the month of September.

Places to Visit: Tsomgo Lake, Nathu La pass, Tashi Viewpoint, Seven sister Waterfall, Kanchenjunga Mountain, Phodong Monastery.

Things to do: Rafting, Yak Safari, Paragliding, Attend International Flower festival, Cable Ride.

How to Reach: By Air: Pakyog Airport is the nearest airport to Gangtok.

By Train: New Jalpaiguri is the nearest railway station.

9. Lansdowne- Uttarakhand

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Lansdowne is a quiet little hill town, located at the distance of 258 km away from Delhi in Pauri district of Uttarakhand. Lansdowne is a town and hill which is situated on the Kotdwar. This place is a romantic place for lovebirds, also a haven for nature lovers or picnic spots with family. This hill station is unlike the other, because it will be connected by the motorable roads but in its own way. It is situated at an altitude of 1,700 meters above sea level, surrounded by thick oak and blue pine forest. It is an ideal travel destination for a lazy and relaxing holiday. You found this place very beautiful and much maintained place because of the Cantonment Area of Garhwal Rifles. The best time to visit this place in September, also it is the most popular weekend getaway from Delhi NCR Region. 

Places to Visit: Bhulla Tal Lake, Garhwali Mess, Darwan Singh Museum, Durga Devi Temple, Bhim Pakora, St. Mary’s Church.

Things to do: Nature walk, Bird Watching, Trekking, Visit to War Museum, Shopping, Boating in Bhulla Lake.

How to Reach: By Air: Jolly Grant is the nearest airport to Lansdowne.

By Train: Kotdwar is the nearest railway station.

10. Guwahati- Assam

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Guwahati is also known as the Gauhati, which is the capital of Indian state Assam. It is the largest city in Assam and also has the largest metropolis in northeastern India. It covers an area of 216 sq. km and in the term of urbanization it stands as the fifth largest city of India. The name Guwahati is derived from the two Assamese words and those words ‘’Guwa’’ which means as the Areca Nut and the second one is ‘’Haat’’ which means as a market. The Guwahati also has one of the most beautiful and famous frontrunners in the term of education which is located in the northeastern part of the India region. Lakhs of tourists come here to visit this place every year. Some people come here as a purpose of work and someone comes here as a purpose of fun. You should visit here for a chilling weekend!

Places to Visit: Umananda Temple, Alfresco Grand, Nehru Park, Guwahati Planetarium, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Navagraha Temple, Madan Kamdev.

Things to do: Drive over Saraighat Bridge, Cruise away on a Brahmaputra River, Steam ride to Umananda Temple, Shopping.

How to Reach: By Air: Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport

By Train: Guwahati is the name of the railway station.

11. Chikmagalur- Karnataka

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It is a beautiful hill station which is situated in the Mullayanagiri range. The lush greenery and peaceful environment make this place brilliant and charming. This place is also known as the coffee land of Karnataka. The picturesque views of this place attracts many of the visitors towards it and is truly a paradise for nature lovers. So, how can you miss this scenic place? Hence, you should visit here to take a break from your hustle-bustle of the city. 

Places to Visit: Kudremukh National Park, Mullayanagiri, Bhadra River, Jhari Waterfalls and many more.

Things to do: Rafting, sightseeing, photography, spiritual tour, tea plantation visit, camping and many more.

How to Reach: By Air: Mangalore airport

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