Things To Do in Month of September And October – In IndiaPosted By jai hanu on June 11, 2015 at 8:01pm | Asia, Beaches of India, Blog, Cities of India, Hill Stations of India, India, India National Park, States of India
India is a vast South Asian country with diverse terrain – from Himalayan peaks to Indian Ocean coastline – and history reaching back 5 millennia. In the north, Mughal Empire landmarks include Delhi’s Red Fort complex, massive Jama Masjid mosque and Agra’s iconic Taj Mahal mausoleum. Pilgrims bathe in the Ganges in Varanasi, and Rishikesh is a yoga center and base for Himalayan trekking.
In the month of September:
The monsoons are starting to recede giving way to the next season. For all those who couldn’t manage to get out and take a monsoon trip, the rains are still around; make the most of these last showers of the year. Keeping this in mind, we bring you a compilation of some offbeat places for the end of monsoon trips – check out why Kerala would be the place you should go this September and how a small region in Maharashtra can be an exciting destination to explore in this month of September.
In the month of October:
In the monsoon get over, with clearer skies, the holiday season in India kicks off in October. With festivals like Dusshera and national holidays like Gandhi Jayanti falling this month, October is the perfect time to visit most of the parts of India as it’s neither too hot, nor too cold and foggy and the rains are rare. If you are looking for destinations in India to be visited in October, Jazztravels.com presents to you the top holiday options for October in India.
Kochi, Kerala – India
The otherwise hot and humid climate of Kerala cools down considerably in September. There are numerous sites and attractions in Kerala to see at this time. However, this is the month of their famous festival of Onam. Though it is celebrated throughout the state, Kochi is one of the places where the celebrations and activities are at their best. With its close proximity to the Arabian Sea, one can find the finest natural harbors here with an evident impression of the Colonial period of the state. The fishing activities here are quite a sight to watch.
Shillong, Meghalaya – India
Packed with numerous waterfalls, beautiful mountain peaks, vast lakes, museums, zoo and exciting golf courses to boast, this Capital of Meghalaya has something for every kind of traveler. September is an ideal time to visit Shillong when the rains are scarce and adorn the fresh look with extremely pleasant weather.
A small town located in the Shimoga district of Karnataka, relatively untouched and unexplored is placed in the midst of some of the famous sites of the state. Offering a quick respite from the mechanical lives, Thirthahalli is the best example of the authentic lifestyle of Karnataka. With comfortable homestays and beautiful places like the Jog Falls, Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary, Elephant Camp, Agumbe around the town, are enough reasons to head to this rejuvenating destination.
Khandala, Maharashtra – India
One of the most famous hill stations of Maharashtra, Khandala is a popular choice to spend a weekend enjoying the rains. Even during September, Khandala receives a good amount of rain and for those who have missed the rains so far can rush to this place to enjoy the going away rain amidst mesmerizing mountains and valleys. You can even include its closely located twin Lonavla in your itinerary.
Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir – India
Located in the far north of India, the capital of Jammu & Kashmir is often touted to be one of the top 5 hill stations in the country. Blessed with splendid lakes and gardens, Srinagar is a beauty that every eye needs to behold. In India, September being pleasantly cool with light traces of rainfall, is a good time to visit the gentle cover of green that the rains have left behind.
Pachmarhi, Madhya Pradesh – India
The only hill station in Madhya Pradesh, Pachmarhi is often known as the queen of the Satpura ranges. With the weather in October becoming just about right for the enchanting views, October is a good time to visit Pachmarhi.Wake up to witness the beautiful sunrise!
Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh – India
Perfect for an off-beat holiday, Ziro is a small town in eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh. Surrounded by hills on the sides with lush green paddy fields in the town, Ziro is mostly inhabited by the Apa Tani Tribes. If you missed the Ziro music festival in September, and want to see what is this beautiful hidden gem that everyone is talking about, October is the right time to visit Ziro with monsoon season over and winters just starting to set in.
Rishikesh, Uttarakhand – India
One of the most amazing adventure hubs in India, Rishikesh along with its twin city Haridwar is also of prime religious importance. If you are planning to go for bungee jumping or for river rafting, October is an ideal time to visit Rishikesh before the weather gets too chilly.
Digha, West Bengal – India
Considered to be the most beautiful beach in West Bengal, Digha is a popular weekend getaway from Kolkata. With summers and monsoons ending and weather getting better in October, Digha has lazy afternoons and pleasant evenings in October. Post Durgo-Pujo festivities in September-October, spending the weekend in Digha could be a great option to relax.
Lachen, Sikkim – India
Placed in the lap of the Himalayan ranges, Lachen is a small village comprising of about 150-200 houses, majorly inhabited by the Tibetans and Bhutia tribes. The centuries old Lachen Monastery situated atop the village offers a panoramic view of the town. Challenging trekking trails, lush valleys, serene lakes and secluded landscapes are some of the things that Lachen has to offer. This untouched beauty has only recently been open to tourists has much to offer to both the adventurous and solitude searching souls.
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