With peak season coming to an end, September is the month where better bargains are available with lesser crowds. Think of plenty of savings when you plan your trip to these post-summer travel spots.
Colombia is fast becoming a hot destination for tourists, partly because the country has gained a reputation for being safe and hospitable after decades of crime, drugs, and gang war. Even so, Cartagena was peaceful and safe, as it has always been a popular destination among international travelers. If you love arts and traditions, then you’d likely want to explore the vibrant nightlife and exotic nightlife alongside the locals. More so, there are lots of beaches where you can enjoy the sun and sand. A must-do activity is to climb the San Felipe Castle, the most popular landmark in Cartagena.
Known as the jewel of Mexico’s Riviera Maya, Tulum is home to spectacular attractions and natural charm. Sunshine visitors will definitely fall in love with this destination, with beaches located on the coastline of the Caribbean Sea. One of its major draw is the well-preserved ruins of an ancient Mayan city. Other activities to do include take a refreshing dip in cenotes, take a mid bath in Laguna de Kaan Luum – a lagoon located 9kms south of Tulum town, cycle through the palm trees, and make sure you bring your cameras to capture every moment.
Unlike other destinations, Curacao, a Dutch Caribbean island, is not a hollow ground for international travelers. Rather, it is a destination with a perfect blend of both locals and tourists alike. Easily navigable on foot, you can wander to top attractions, restaurants, bars, and shops.
Want to play in the sand? Curacao is a haven for beach lovers, with its pristine white beaches and azure blue waters. Don’t miss a chance to explore the row of colorful colonial Dutch houses in Willemstad. Shop for fresh fruits, vegetables, and even seafood at pocket-friendly prices at the Floating Market. Take a tour of the Hato Caves to see beautiful waterfalls, limestone formations, and many famous statues.
September in Paris is when locals return from their vacation overseas, prepare their kids for the new school session, and grownups resume work. With virtually all the tourists gone, September is the best to experience some of the best things the city has to offer. These include taking a cruise on the Seine River and take advantage of the European Heritage Days when top buildings, including monuments, city halls, and government buildings open their doors for the general public to explore. Pleasant weather allows you to enjoy a panoramic view of Paris from the top of Montparnasse Tower.
There are countless things to do in Croatia in September, from cultural events to outdoor activities. Visit cities such as Split, Zagreb, and Dubrovnik to explore the finest museums and cultural attractions. If you love watersports, Croatia beaches have plenty of options for you, including swimming, kayaking, and snorkeling. Wine lovers can sample some of the best wines in Croatia.
When it comes to the best time to travel to the best destination in Europe, Asia, and South America, September is worth giving a try. Whether you’re dreaming of a short weekend getaway or a more extended vacation to a sandy beach, these destination has got you covered!