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Best Honeymoon Destinations in September

September, the ninth month of the year, is the harbinger of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere and spring in the Southern Hemisphere. In India, June to September is generally the modest period of the monsoons. And a honeymoon during the monsoons, accompanied by a generous splatter of rain drops, can be very romantic and endearing. However, if monsoons are what you want to avoid, then here are a few options that can be a perfect blend of adventure and romanticism.

Mori


Located at an altitude above the sea level, Mori is a sleepy hamlet, on the banks of the Tons River in Uttarakhand. As a crucial part of the Tons valley, Mori has a unique cultural heritage and were believed to be under the reigns of the Kauravas and the Pandavas, the mythological kings and the royal warriors from the epic Mahabharata. Today, Mori is gradually increasing in popularity as a famous tourist destination for its adventurous water-sports and its pristine beauty. If, rejuvenation combined with adventure and a memorable experience, is what you seek, then Mori couldn’t have been more perfect.

Nearby tourist attractions : ancient temples in Netwar, Hanol, Jakhol, Har ki Dun and the Kedarkantha trek, the Lungad Creek, etc.

How to reach : The nearest airport is located at Dehradun known as the Jollygrant Airport which is also accessible from Delhi. The nearest railway station is also located in Dehradun. Taxi services are available from here to Mori.

Best time to visit : April to September

The ‘must-do’ list : trekking, rappelling, hiking, river crossing, natural swimming pools, camping in beautiful bugyals (high-altitude meadows), kayaking, burma bridge, fox rope, etc.

Sangla


Sangla a town in the Baspa valley, is located in the Kinnaur district of the Indian state Himachal Pradesh. One of the most beautiful valleys of the Kailash range, Sangla is famous for its forested slopes and its picturesque surroundings. The spectacular view enroute to the valley is half the attraction of Sangla. Be it the breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains or a quiet walk through the valley, the town is irresistible to the tourists, in search of a romantic and tranquil ambience.

Nearby tourist attractions : the Chitkul village, the Sangla meadows, the Rakcham village, the Baspa River, the Batseri village, etc.

How to reach : The nearest airport is the Jubbarhatti Airport located in Shimla, and is well-connected to New Delhi and Chandigarh. The nearest railway station is in Kalka which connects Shimla to its neighbouring states. You can avail the public bus services from there to reach the Sangla Valley or even rent a car if you want to reach there by road.

Best time to visit : September and October

The ‘must-do’ list : fishing, trekking, over-night camping with bonfires, river crossing and many more.

Ladakh


Ladakh, the land of high passes, is an out-of-the-world experience, located in the Jammu & Kashmir. Surrounded by the Karakoram and the Himalayas, the landscape of Ladakh is defined by weather-beaten, desolate cliffs and plateaus. It is a high-altitude desert that entices one’s body, mind and soul by its picturesque view and tranquil ambience. One of the most popular tourist destinations across the world, Ladakh is a treat to the sore eyes and the exhausted minds of those who seek a retreat from the mundane responsibilities of the concrete world. Rich in history and culture, the region is highly influenced by the Buddhist monks and one can even visit the monasteries which are a complete blend with its irresistible surroundings.

Nearby tourist attractions : the Thiksey monastery, the Alchi Gompa, the Spituk monastery, the Lamayuru monastery, the Phugtal Gompa, the Sankar Gompa, Zangskar, the Nubra valley, Changthang, Dhahanu, Leh, Kargil, etc.

How to reach : The nearest airport to Ladakh is at Le which is well connected to Delhi, Srinagar and Jammu. Travelling in and around Ladakh is made possible by the easily available share jeeps, buses, chartered taxis and rented motorcycles.

Best time to visit : May to October

The ‘must-do’ list : trekking, mountaineering, white water rafting, cycling, safari tours, kayaking, skiing, paragliding, etc.
Last updated : January 28, 2016