Thermometer dipping down its scale and rain starts with autumn in many of the countries, love spreads in the air offering cheaper travelling/ accommodations as the schools holidays are over by starting of the September. Not a less than perfect time for romantic holidays with beautiful and less warm weather, Southern hemisphere, European countries and Asian continent are not to miss out.
In Southern France, Average temperature remaining mid-twenties all around the country, this is a picture perfect destination for families and couples alike offering breathtaking sceneries, pleasant weather conditions, and various outdoor activities. Hot and sunny weather is all guaranteed across the Mediterranean.
The Italian islands of Sardinia and Sicily both enjoy average temperatures of 24°C and – because the Italians all tend to holiday in August – the beaches are never crowded in September. In the deep south of Italy, the beaches of Puglia will still be hot.Warm weather conditions in South Africa experiencing average temperature in up – the twenties. African wildlife opens the door of tourism industry that includes gorilla tracking in Uganda and another unbeatable animal spotting from Namibia to Tanzania.
September is an increasingly popular month in which to get married and a great time of year to choose if you’re looking for an exciting honeymoon destination. Festivals/fairs celebrated around the same time in India include the Barak Valley Festival in Assam, Manimahesh Fair in Himachal Pradesh, Ganesh Chaturthi, Mysore Festival and Durga Puja.
September is a great time to visit Meghalaya – the entire north east of the country is best visited at this time (including Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura), but the north of the country will also be pleasant too as it comes out before winter. Leh Ladakh is also a good option, especially when twinned with Gulmarg or Srinagar.
If Kerala has always held your interest, then you can travel there in September. If you’re fond of wildlife adventures, consider a trip to Corbett National Park and Ranthambore. A safari ride in the national park, a cultural encounter with the Meena tribes, and for adrenaline junkies a night-out in hidden shelters of the park makes this place truly a honeymooner’s delight.