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10 Best Places To Visit In South India In September

If you are anticipating for the drizzle and mizzle to mellow down in India to plan a voyage; it's time! And if you fancy tourists destinations with no rainfall, we have those as well. Don't just delay planning a trip because you can't settle with places to visit in September in India. Lined up for you are some very renowned yet beautiful destinations to enjoy this September; take advantage of the off-season prices too!

Here are 10 best places to visit in South India in September!

1. Devikulam


Not too far from the famous Munnar, lies another hidden gem which is the hill station of Devikulam. Set in the heart of Idukki district, Devikulam offers a rare mountain experience that surrounds one with never-ending green landscapes, cool breeze, and unspoilt environs which is rich flora and fauna.

2. Coonoor


Nestled amidst the Nilgiri mountain ranges, Coonoor is one of the three hill stations of the Nilgiris other than Ooty and Kotagiri. Set high at an altitude of about 6,000 ft., Coonoor is one of the best attractions in Tamil Nadu which gained much of its fame due to the Nilgiri tea production.

3. Yercaud


Located in the district of Salem, Yercaud is one of the best places to visit in Tamil Nadu in September but is often overshadowed by the popularity of Ooty and Kodaikanal. Being one of the most fascinating places to visit in September in South India, the hill station of Yercaud forms the core of Shevaroy range located in the Eastern Ghats.

4. Sirsi


Chances are high that most of you didn't know till now that such a place exists in India. Located in the northern region of Karnataka, Sirsi is one of the best destinations in South India and famed for its peaceful vibe and dense forests which are encompassed by many cascading waterfalls.

5. Alleppey


Undoubtedly, Alleppey is one of the best places to visit in South India in September that needs no introduction to those who call themselves nature lovers. Blessed with pristine backwaters and greenery all around, Alleppey is famous for its backwater cruising in a houseboat which is a must experience when in Kerala.

6. Munnar


Perched high at a height of 5,200 ft., Munnar is one hill stations which are renowned for its rejuvenating environs and its tea plantations. Located in the Idukki district of Kerala, Munnar happens to be one of the best honeymoon places to visit in June in South India as well due to its natural charm and stunning attractions.

7. Poovar


Set in the heart of Trivandrum district, Poovar one of the naturally blessed places to visit in September in South India. Being the second last place which marks the end of the coastal state of Kerala, Poovar is an exquisite local town that serves as a perfect getaway for those who seek to escape to a natural retreat.

8. Chikmagalur


Settled in the western region of Karnataka, Chikmagalur is one natural haven that owes much of its popularity to the Baba Budan Giri ranges, the coffee plantations, and its weather. Encompassing of vast and refreshingly green landscapes, Chikmagalur by far is one of the best places to visit in South India during September which is yet to be explored by travellers.

9. Ooty


Popularly known as Udhagamandalam or Udhagai, Ooty remains one of the top romantic places to visit in South India in September. Much famed for being a host to the annual flower show in the Botanical Gardens, and the Nilgiri Mountain Railway, Ooty is the most celebrated hill stations in the heart of Tamil Nadu.

10. Kodaikanal


An immediate rival of Ooty and located in the district of Dindigul, Kodaikanal is one hill station which is famous for being surrounded by hills on all sides. Literally translating into the "Gift of the Forest", the Kodaikanal Lake is the most popular attraction which is a manmade lake built in the shape of a star.

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