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Vrindavan is famous for its rich culture and it's perhaps the most visited pilgrimage centre of India. This region receives very heavy rainfall in the months from June to August. September is relatively eased and the temperatures are comfortable for sightseeing, too.
Places to visit in Vrindavan
McLeodganj is the epitome of hospitable locals. Nestled in the Himalayas, McLeodganj is a small village located on a peak. The tranquillity of this place is unmatched for and the narrow winding roads are a real beauty. McLeodganj is frequented by hailstorms in monsoons and hence, it is not favoured by a lot of tourists.
Inside fact - You can treat yourself to delicious pastas and lasagnes in the homey cafés of McLeodganj.
Places to visit in Mcleodganj
The Sunderban national park is the most famous tiger reserve in India. From Dolphins to Turtles and to exotic lizards, Sunderban has it all. This region faces heavy rainfall and the climate is really humid. September is the best time to visit this dreamy landscape because of frequent tiger spotting.
Places to Visit in Sunderbans
Kalimpong is a 2.5-hour scenic drive from our Queen of Hills - Darjeeling. It is in fact a sub division of Darjeeling. Since, Kalimpong is located at a lower altitude, the temperatures are a lot milder and the climate is very pleasant. The British influence is evident in its architecture and September hosts relatively fewer tourists. Fewer tourists equals more fun, aren’t we right?
Places to visit in Kalimpong.
Well, the frequently said line - “I want to go backpacking across Manali” has turned it into the Backpacking Capital of India. We kid you not! Manali hosts a variety of sports from rafting and even paragliding. Although Manali has now turned into an ‘all year round’ destination, the temperatures are a lot more comfortable in September.
Panchgani literally translates into five hills. So, it’s no surprise that Panchgani offers the ultimate view of scenic hills. And take it from us, the sunsets are divine. It turns the sky into shades of purple and blue you’ve never seen before. If this still doesn’t excite you, there are the famous table land and the one tree hill point. As the rain withdraws in this month, lush greenery is left behind with cool temperatures.
Places to Visit in Panchgani
This is the headquarters of the incredibly famous Tirupati Mandal. Tirupati attracts devotees all year round, especially in the month of September. The biggest festival of this region, called the Brahmotsavam, is celebrated vividly in this month.
Of course, the City of Palaces HAD to be here. Mysore has an enigmatic charisma. Whether it’s the unorthodox blend of Islam and Rajput era or the evergreen sandalwood oil, we don’t know. Oh, how can we forget to mention those simple and sober silk sarees!
Psst… Mysore celebrates Dusshera with a lot of enthusiasm which makes it a must visit in September.