When the monsoons start approaching in India, everyone does make some plans for traveling. Isn’t it? Do you know the places to visit in September in India? For all those who couldn’t manage to get out and take a monsoon trip on time in India, the rains now await for you; make the most of these last showers of the year. Overall, there are some amazing places to visit in September in India. September is the time when summers are ready to say goodbye and the season keeps changing and awaits for you to head up to some amazing place. Hence, September is a perfect month to travel as it is just before the peak season, which means lesser prices and fewer crowds at the places where you want to travel.

 

26 Best Places to visit in India in September

Check out here for the best places to travel in September in India. Are you ready to explore these places?

1.Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro

The uniqueness of tribal groups and the calmness of beauty will make you fall in love with this place. Ziro is the peace seeker's paradise for those who love coziness and calmness. Ziro is the best combination of both. This place is amazing and has a lot of sightseeing that includes pine-covered hills and undulating rice fields. This picture-postcard town has mild weather throughout the year. Isn’t it amazing? Ziro is amongst the places to visit in September in India since it hosts the amazing Ziro Music Festival that drives you crazy.

Major Attractions: Paddy Cultivation, Talley Valley, Kile Pakho, Wildlife Sanctuary, Tarin Fish Farm

How to Reach: You can reach by train from Guwahati to Naharlagun Railway Station

By Flight: Tezpur Airport is the closest, so this can be a good option.

By Bus/Self Drive         

Places to Stay: Ziro Puttu HomeStay, Abasa HomeStay, Siiro Resort, Hotel Blue Pine, Ziro Valley Resort

 

2. Bundi

Bundi

Bundi is amongst the most-friendly towns in Rajasthan. If you visit during September, this town has a pleasing and attractive effect. Bundi has minimum rainfall, and hence exploring the structures, boating in the lake, visiting temples, step-wells, and other various places. September is not a prime tourism time when you are planning for Bundi. Hence, it is much easier to find better deals on accommodation, travel, and activities.

Major Attractions: Taragarh Fort, Moti Mahal, Badal Mahal, Sukh Mahal, Ranji Ki Baori, Phool Sagar, Keshar Bagh, Dabhai Kund

How to Reach: You can take a flight to Jaipur Airport to reach this amazing place.

 Kota Railway Station is the nearest railway station to the city

Bundi can be reached easily and comfortably by self-drive or taxi.

3. Amritsar

Amritsar is amongst the places in India, From July to August, the heavy rainfall makes nature more pleasing. During September, the place will be enchanted by greenery and fresh natural attractions. The city is famous for rich attractions that are prime beauty in the month of September. Some of the places are as follows: Durgiana temple, Jalianwala Bagh, PulKanjari, Golden temple, Ram Bagh and others.

Major Attractions: Golden Temple, The Partition Museum, Gobindgarh Fort, Akal Takht, Jallianwala Bagh

How to Reach: Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport is the closest airport to Amritsar.

Where to Stay: Marriott Hotels in Amritsar, Hotel Sarovar Plaza, Hotel Alstonia, Shiraz Regency, Randhawa International, Alstonia Hotel

4. Bhimtal

Bhimtal

Bhimtal is the most famous paradise in Uttarakhand. The secret behind the name of this place is its blue lake which is surrounded by mountains, forests, and temples. During September, the recent rains fill the river with water making boating which makes it more interesting. The island in the middle of the lake is also at the prime beauty during September.

Major Attractions: Aquarium on the Bhimtal Island, Hanuman Garhi, Victoria Dam

How to Reach: The nearest railway station to reach Bhimtal is Kathgodam.

You can also reach Bhimtal by flights by reaching Pantnagar in Uttarakhand.

Where to Stay: Hotel Neelesh Inn, Sea Hawk Hill Resort, Folk Culture Museum, Hidimba Parvat

 

5. Kalimpong

Kalimpong

Kalimpong is a beautiful hill station in West Bengal. It becomes a paradise when you visit in the month of September. It is located in the mid ranges of the Himalayas and has all the cliché elements of the hill station. You can enjoy the activities like paragliding, river rafting, angling, bird watching, and trekking would be pleasant to try. The Migration birds make this place more mesmerizing in the month of September and October.

Major Attractions: Tsonga Gumba, Mac Farlan Church, Durpin Monastery, Deolo Hill, Moran House, Lepcha Museum, and Dr. Graham’s home.

How to Reach: Jalpaiguri railway station is the nearest railway station.

There are regular buses to Kalimpong from cities like Gangtok and Siliguri.

Direct flights to Bagdogra are available from Delhi.

Where to Stay: Tenam Garden Holistic Homestay, Delights Homestay, Mansarover Home Stay, Bethany Homestay, Wheelers Hostel.

 

6. Orchha

Orchha

Orchha is a cultural destination for every tourist. The land is famous for many ancient monuments and lush greenery that makes it more beautiful. This is also the right time to enjoy Ayurvedic massages, boating, swimming, and others.

Major Attractions: Jahangir Mahal, Chaturbhuj Temple, Sundar Mahal, Rani Mahal, Pool Bagh, and others.

How to Reach: The nearest airport to reach Orchha is the Gwalior Airport.

There are regular services of buses, tempos, and taxis to reach Orchha from Jhansi.

There is no direct rail connectivity to Orchha. Jhansi railway station is the nearest railway station

Where to Stay: Nilayam Heritage, Shree ram homestay, Hotel Deep Regency, Hotel Sheela Shree Plaza, Authentic Village Farm

 

7.  Bishnupur

Bishnupur

There are many reasons to visit this place in the month of September. When it rains, terracotta structures get a fresh orange look, and you can feel the thick aroma of sand. Earlier, this region was once the capital city of the Malla Dynasty. Also, the markets of the region are famous for terracotta souvenirs and silk articles. You will be amazed at the culture.

Major Attractions: Rasmancha, Lalji Temple, Susunia Hill, Jairambati, Kamarpukur

How to Reach: You can reach Bishnupur by flight at Kolkata.

Bishnupur Railway Station is the closest station.

Private cars are available for hire from Kolkata which will take you to Bishnupur.

Where to Stay: Hotel Galaxy Inn, Peerless Inn, Hotel Laxmi Park, Udayan Lodge

 

8. Shantiniketan

Shantiniketan

Shantiniketan has many gardens, it will receive abundant rainfall during July and August. Thus, if you visit this place in September, you will love the gardens and start exploring them. Kopai River is amongst the famous and beautiful during mild rainfall. Also, pay a visit to Nanoor. While you are at Shantiniketan, catch any cultural show in this place that is more fascinating.

Major Attractions: Visva Bharati University, Tagore's Ashram, Amar Kutir, Kala Bhavana, Konkalimata temple

How to Reach: Howrah and Sealdah Stations are the closest ones to reach this place.

Shantiniketan can be easily reached by road either by car, bus, or taxi.

Kolkata's international airport is the nearest airport to reach Shantiniketan.

 

9. Tarkarli

Tarkarli

Tarkarli is the favorite spot for many tourist scuba diving in September. Tarkali is located in Maharashtra, the place gets all the attention from tourists for stargazing, snorkeling, scuba diving, dolphin spotting, boating, and others.

Major Attractions: Padma Garh fort, Karli backwaters, Dhamapur Lake, Tarkali beach, Sri Shivchhatrapati temple, Malvan, Sindhudurg Fort, Malvan, Deobagh, and others.

How to Reach: Regular bus services can be the best option Tarkarli

Reach the nearest railway station i.e. Pune Express Highway

You have to take the flight from Dabolim Airport to Panjim.

Where to Stay: Hotel Chivala Beach, Athaang Beach Resort, Sonchafa The Motel

 

10. Diu

Diu

Diu is the smallest island and is one of the least visited paradises in the country. If you love adventure then this place is for you. This island is best for camel riding, water skiing, parasailing, pony riding, boating, and others.

Major Attractions: INS Khukri Memorial, St Paul Church, Naida caves, Scheel's museum, Nagoa beach, Simbor beach, Ghoghla beach, Simbor beach, and Chakratirth beach.

How to Reach: Diu can be reached via air from the Diu Airport.

You can reach the nearest railway station Veraval Railway station

You can either go with friends by self-drive.

Where to Stay: Krishna Park Resort, Apana Hotel, Hotel Khushi International, and others

 

11. Mahabalipuram

Mahabalipuram is an ancient port area and mostly visited by foreign land entering South India. Kings of Tamil Nadu built various architectural marvels along the shores to attract the merchants. Sightseeing at Mahabalipuram in the month of September has major advantages. September is the end of monsoon season, the statues and temples look fresh after the heavy showers. The shore-based activities would be at prime beauty due to recent rains and the temperature would be mild and pleasant for walking around.

Major Attractions: Shore Temple, Mahabalipuram Beach, Five Rathas, Arjuna's Penance, Alamparai Fort

How to Reach: You can reach via road

Reach to the nearest railway station is Chengalpattu

The nearest airport to Mahabalipuram is in Chennai

Where to Stay: Spago Inn, Radisson BLU Resort Temple Bay, WelcomHotel Kences Palm Beach, and others

 

12. Champanar, Gujarat

 

Although Champanar has been titled as one of those UNESCO World Heritage Sites, yet the place seems quite mesmerizing. With the historic appeal, Champaner is surrounded by Pavagadh hills that are nothing but a chunk of the Himalayas carried over by Hanuman during Ramayana. A town with historical ruins set in the lap of the Pavagadh hills, this is a surefire offbeat place to visit in September.

Major Attractions: Pavagadh Hill, Jami Masjid, Maa Mahakalika Temple, Pavagadh Fort, Kevada Masjid

How to Reach: Champaner Railway station is the nearest railway station in Khakariya.

You can reach by flight to Vadodara Airport to Champaner

Where to Stay: Champaner Heritage Resort

 

13. Chopta

Chopta is one of the most beautiful spots on Ukhimath-Chamoli road that connects Kedarnath with Badrinath and has a picturesque view. This place is just in love with a very narrow, thickly forested mountain road. It’s the quaintest place you are likely to see en route, along with the famed bugyals (meadows) of the state peeking through towering trees framed with snowy mountains.

 

Major Attractions: Tungnath, Deoria Tal, Chandrashila, Ukhimath

How to Reach: Chopta can be easily reached via Delhi and Haridwar the roads are well connected to the places.

Chopta does not have an airport of its own, but one can fly to Dehradun.

Where to Stay: Himalaya Resort Chopta, Chopta WildLife Resort, Moksha Lodge, and others.

 

14. Velneshwar Beach

This beach can be visited during your trip to Ganpatipule, but it can be more enjoyable as a detour because it gives you a chance to take the backwater ride on the ferryboat. The place is also famous for its pastel-colored Shiva temple.

Major Attractions: Lord Ganesha, Dashabhuja Ganesh Mandir.

How to Reach: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai is the nearest airport.

You can reach the nearest railway station to reach Velneshwar is in Chiplun

Where to Stay: MTDC Beach Resort, Darya Sarang Resort, Yogayog Homestay

15. Halebid, Karnataka

The city's history as it preserves the remains of Hoysala architecture. It is also one place that has lovely temples and shrines. This place is famous for its spiritual and traditional culture, it is home to the Hoysaleswara temple, Belur, Shantaleswara temple, Kedareswara temple and a number of Jain temples. The best time to visit this place is in the month of September. You can witness the traditional culture at Halebid.

Major Attractions: Santaleswara temple, Basadi Halli, Basadi Halli, Yagachi dam, etc

How to Reach: You can reach the nearest railway station is Hassan

You can reach the nearest airport Mangalore

Where to Stay: Hoysala Village Resort, Krishna Ganga Cottage, Manikyadhara Homestay, Coffee Bean Villa Homestay.

16. Lachen – Sikkim

Lachen is a ‘Big Pass’ in Sikkim. It is a much popular place in Sikkim that gives you a mesmerizing view.  It is famous for the abundance of panoramic vistas with the stunning landscape and snow-clad peaks around Sikkim, Lachen is amongst the best places to visit in September in India. This is one of the best places that you will love to travel to.

Major Attractions: Thangu Valley, Gurudongmar Lake, Chopta Valley, Lachen Monastery, and Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary

How to Reach: - Bagdogra Airport is the nearest airport, so you can fly to reach Lachen.

- Darjeeling Railway Station is the nearest railway station to head towards this place

- Self Drive is always a good option if you are adventurous.

Where to Stay: Rufina Blue Pine, Bayul Inn, and Gurudongmar Lodge

17. Lonavala – Maharashtra

The beautiful twin-cities of Lonavala and Khandala are one of the best places that not only Mumbaikars love but are pretty good and beautiful for everyone. The scenic view makes this place more elegant and wonderful, the verdant hills, and the salubrious weather, tourists are here to enjoy a drive on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway, you will definitely love this mesmerizing and scenic place.

Major Attractions: Rajmachi Fort, Tunga Fort, Bedsa Caves, Bhaja Caves, and Celebrity Wax Museum and Karla 

How to Reach: Pune Airport is the nearest airport to reach this fascinating place.

- Lonavala Railway Station is the nearest railway station.

- Mumbai-Pune Expressway is the best way to reach here with your friends.

Where to Stay: Tree House Stay In, Fariyas Resort, Ferreira Resort

 

18.  Saputara – Gujarat

The rainy season and Saputara is the major crush for many tourists. It is one of the best places to visit in September in India. With its lush green landscapes, majestic waterfalls, and splendid landscapes, it is an amazing getaway for enthusiasts, nature lovers, and wildlife. You can enjoy the beauty of this place and take wonderful shots during this time.

Major Attractions: Hatgadh Fort, Gira Falls, and Saputara Lake

 

How to Reach: Surat airport is the nearest airport to reach Saputara

- Bilimora Railway Station is the nearest railway station, so you can head up with train

- Self Drive or by Taxi

Where to Stay: Aanandam Hotel Resort, MPT Rock End Manor, Pachmarhi, and Denwa Backwater Escape Satpura

19. Dharamshala – Himachal Pradesh

The official holy residence of the Dalai Lama, Dharamshala is the purest destination to visit. The downside of Dharamshala is the Mcleodganj, which is a Tibetan colony and the place of monks in exile. This place is more about the Buddhism culture and Tibetans. So you will get to know more about Buddhism Culture.

Major Attractions: Namgyal Monastery, Kangra Art Museum, Dharamshala Cricket Stadium and Tsuglagkhang Complex

 

How to Reach:

- The nearest airport is located in Babatpur

- Alipura Station is the nearest Railway Station to reach the Dharamshala

- Self Drive and Taxi

Where to Stay: Rakkh Resort, Fortune Park Moksha, and Indraprastha Spa Resort

20. Almora – Uttrakhand

The pleasant climate in the month of September, Almora makes your travel experience a bit different from others. It is amongst the best places to visit. The snowy mountains and lush green can give you a better experience. You will love the exciting activities like visiting villages and different markets, trekking, and more when heading to this culturally rich place.

Major Attractions: Katarmal Sun Temple, Kasar Devi Temple, Zero Point

How to Reach: Pantnagar Airport is the nearest airport to reach Almora!

- You can visit via train the nearest railway station Kathgodam Railway Station.

- Self Drive/ Bus/ Taxi

Where to Stay: Binsar Eco Resort, Ganghet Private Retreat, and Pug'S Paw Eco Retreat

21. Ooty – Tamil Nadu

It is well known by the names of the queen of hills, Ooty is the best destination place for the tourist. If you are a travel enthusiast then you will definitely love this place. It is one of the most alluring places in India.

Major Attractions: Government Botanical Garden, St. Stephen’s Church, The Tea Museum, Ooty Lake, and Thread Garden.

How to Reach: Coimbatore is the nearest airport to reach Ooty.

- The nearest railway station is situated in Mettupalyam

- Private buses make the runway more adventurous with friends.

Where to Stay: Sterling Ooty Elk Hill, Woodberry Residency, and Accord Highland Hotel Ooty.

22. Gokarna, Karnataka 

A Hindu pilgrimage town in Karnataka, Gokarna is famous for its blue seas, golden sands, and temples. This place is all about calmness and peace that makes your traveling experience a bit different from others. You can witness the beauty of clear water and clean beaches.

Major Attractions: Om Beach, Mahabaleshwar Temple, Yana Caves, and Kudle Beach

How to Reach:

- Dabolim airport in Goa is the nearest airport

- Ankola Railway Station is the nearest railway station to reach Gokarna

23. Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu

Pondicherry is famous for its cozy cafes, French cuisine, serene beaches. From pretty yellow buildings to sunny beaches, there are many memorable places.

Major Attractions: Aurobindo Ashram, Auroville, Paradise beach, Seaside Promenade

How to Reach: Chennai International Airport is the nearest airport.

Villupuram Railway Station is the nearest railway station to reach Pondicherry. 

Where to Stay: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Palais De Mahe, The Residency Towers Puducherry, and La Serene Serviced Apartments

24.  Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu 

Kodaikanal has a charm of rolling forested hills, green meadows, lovely waterfalls, quaint forest lakes, and amazing viewpoints. Kodaikanal, especially among the tourist places to visit in India in September is the blend of nature and culture that can be witnessed here. The amazing taste of homemade chocolates of Kodaikanal is just love.

Major Attractions: Kodaikanal Lake, Pillar Rocks, Coaker’s Walk, Bryant Park, and Dolphin’s Nose Rock

How to Reach: -Madurai is the nearest Airport to reach Kodaikanal

- Palani is  the  nearest railway station to reach Kodaikanal

- You can hire a private taxi or bus to reach this amazing place.

Where to Stay: Anjay Hotel, The Fern Creek, and Hotel Apple Valley

25. Wayanad, Kerala

 A myriad of beautiful places to visit is everyone’s dream. Isn’t it? The lush foliage and obscure deep valleys, Wayanad is one of the most beautiful places in India that offers you the best of all views. This place hides many surprises and you will certainly be awestruck. Wayanad is what dreams are made of and will be etched in your heart and memories forever.

Major Attractions: Pookode Lake, Soochipara Falls, Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, and Banasura Sagar Dam

How to Reach: Calicut International Airport is the nearest airport to reach here.

-        Kozhikode Railway Station is the nearest railway station to reach this mesmerizing place easily.

-        You can hire a taxi or a bus to reach out at  the place

Where to Stay: Vythiri Stream View, Vintage Garden Resort, Nandam Villa, and Kalidasa Tree House.

26. Kalimpong

Kalimpong, West Bengal is the small town that makes you feel in love with this beautiful small town, Kalimpong. This is definitely one of the best places to visit in September in India. The beauty of the place is also untouched by humans.

Major Attractions: Nature Interpretation Center, Army Golf Course,  Morgan House, Durpin Dara Hill, and Deolo Hill

How to Reach: Bagdogra Airport is the nearest airport to reach Kalimpong

- Reach New Jalpaiguri railway station by train to reach Kalimpong

- Self-drive or Taxi

Where to Stay: Soods Garden, Elgin Silver Oaks, Sinclairs Retreat Kalimpong

 

Some of the best places to visit in September in India are mentioned above. You can check out the amazing places to visit in the month of September. So what keeps you going? If traveling is the passion for you, then you have these amazing places in your hand. So get ready to explore these places.

 

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