If you have chosen the month of September to explore India, you won’t be disappointed! September in India is pleasant as this month marks the Monsoons' end and Autumn's beginning. 

 India is a diverse country with world-famous cuisines, architecture, historical places, rivers, mountains, beaches, biodiversity, variety of cultures and languages. 

Don’t know where to start? Lucky for you, we are here with some amazing locations. 

  • Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh 

 Ziro is one of the oldest valleys of Arunachal Pradesh and home to the Apatani tribe. This wonderful hill station is surrounded by tall pine trees and is famous for its fish-cum-paddy cultivation. 

 The green hills, peaceful environment, serene landscape, and friendly locals in Ziro valley will definitely win your heart. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of your daily life and visit a less crowded place, then Ziro is the place to go. 

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  • Tarkarli, Maharashtra

Have you imagined yourself laying on a beach and looking at the stars? Well, Tarkali is a village in the Malvan district of Maharashtra which can give you the best stargazing experience, especially in September when the sky is clear. 

It doesn’t just end there. You can also try scuba diving, snorkelling, parasailing and other adventurous water sports. Tarkali can easily fall into your budget and is a perfect beach holiday location for honeymooners, friends and family.

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  • Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand 

Ready to be blown away by the blanket of flowers at the foot of the Himalayas? Trek lovers, pack up your bags! Nothing can be more beautiful than the scenic trek to this National Park in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. 

The flowers remain in full bloom till the first few weeks of September. Tourists and researchers also visit this place from around the globe to witness the breathtaking view of the snowcapped Himalayas, freshwater streams, and cascading waterfalls.

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  • Kalimpong, West Bengal 

Kalimpong is also known as the land of orchids and situation in West Bengal. You can either reach there via Darjeeling or Siliguri. The resounding gongs and silent prayers from the Buddhist monasteries and colonial-era churches fill the air with a mesmerising positivity. 

If you love handicrafts, visit the local Tibetan shops and bring home some souvenirs. The deep valleys and rolling foothills along the Teesta river are a sight for sore eyes. If you are looking forward to a rejuvenating trip, give Kalimpong a try.


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  • Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh

This Tibetan haven is located at 3800 meters above sea level. It is known for its breathtaking landscapes, ancient monasteries and adventurous camping sites. Despite being remote, it has all the facilities to make your stay carefree and comfortable.

You can choose from various guest houses and hotels according to your budget. Some popular tourist attractions in Spiti are the Comic Monastery and Lanza Buddha Statue. Don’t miss out on the local Tibetan cuisine available at every corner. 

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Our Concluding Words

So, those were our best 5 for September. What are you waiting for? Grab our premade itineraries at affordable prices to plan a perfect getaway!  

Explore our website to save time and money. We provide information on many locations in India and the best ways to reach them. You can also demand customised itineraries as per your needs. Happy travelling! 

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