South India is a beautiful region with diverse attractions, making it a fantastic destination to visit in September when the weather is relatively pleasant.
Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its historic ruins, ancient temples, and captivating boulder-strewn landscapes.
Ooty is another popular hill station in South India. September marks the post-monsoon season when the gardens are in full bloom.
Coorg is a serene hill station known for its coffee plantations, misty landscapes, and lush forests. In September, the weather is pleasant.
Kanyakumari, the southernmost tip of India, is known for its stunning sunrises and sunsets over the confluence of the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal, and the Indian Ocean.
September is an excellent time to visit Munnar, known for its lush green tea plantations. The weather is cool, and the monsoon rains have subsided.
Gokarna is a coastal town known for its pristine beaches and temples. September is a great time for beach lovers, as the monsoon retreats, leaving behind clean, tranquil shores.
Pondicherry, a former French colony, offers a unique blend of Indian and French cultures. September brings pleasant weather, making it an ideal time to explore.