5 Indian Destinations That You Must Visit In September


​Neelakurinji flower bloom, Mandalpatti, Karnataka

​In a first after 12 years, the Mandalpatti hills of Karnataka are seen covered in a bed of Neelakurrinji flowers. Another destination to house this rare species is the Shalom hills in Kerala's Idukki's district.

​Kaas Plateau, flower valley of Maharashtra

​This UNESCO World Heritage Site located near Satara city of Maharashtra has reopened from September 1. It houses 850 flowering species that change the landscape every couple of weeks.

​Sikkim's cherry blossoms

​This state in Northeast India witnesses a one-of-a-kind cherry blossom bloom in September. Khangchendzonga National Park in North Sikkim offers the best view of this botanical jewel.

​Valley of flowers, Uttarakhand

​Part of Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve that houses 600 species of flowers witnesses some of the rare flowers such as blue Himalayan poppy bloom in September.

​Jungle tea safari, Darjeeling, West Bengal

​Northeast Frontier Railway has recently introduced a new toy train safari in Darjeeling called the Jungle tea safari. This service takes you on the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway route, near Rongtong station. On your way you get to enjoy the scenic landscape of the hills and Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary.

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