Suggested itineraries in September
As the chill creeps into September evenings in the UK, distract yourself from the oncoming winter months by taking a trip eastwards to prolong summer. This is a fantastic time to visit Bhutan, particularly if you enjoy trekking. Bright blue skies mean that the stunning Himalayan mountains are always in view and the departure of the recent rainy season means that temperatures stay cool. If you’re planning a trip to see wildlife in India, now is the ideal time to visit. After the humid and rainy summer months the forests of Rajasthan are shimmering with life. Spot tigers and leopards whilst on luxury safari in India's central National Parks such as Ranthambore, Panna, Satpura, Kanha and Banghavgarh.
Boutique Indonesia... Sun, Sand & Stylish Hotels in Lombok, Bali & Moyo Island
This quirky tour spans the tropical islands of Lombok, Bali and Moyo Island staying in some of Indonesia’s most stylish...View here
Deccan Discovery... Archaeology, Ancient Temples & Train Journeys in South India
This extraordinary itinerary provides comfortable access to some of the most beautiful locations in southern India and to the Deccan,...View here
Himalayan Odyssey... North India's Finest Monasteries, Temples & Spas
A delightful tour starting with the incredible Golden Temple in Amritsar, followed by travels through the scenic foothills of the...View here
The Perfect Summer Holiday in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's cultural charms and natural beauty make her the perfect destination for an exotic Asian honeymoon. For a relatively...View here
The Ultimate Burma Tour... No Stone Left Unturned
- Yangon (Rangoon)
- Inle Lake
- Maymyo (Pyin Oo Lwin)
- Mrauk U
- Ngapali Beach
This is our definitive Burma itinerary. As well as taking in all the major sites, this journey showcases all of...View here
Events in September
Vietnam National Day: 2nd September 2020
This special day commemorates President Hồ Chí Minh and marks Vietnam's declaration of independence from France.
PURE Travel Show (World): 6th - 10th September 2020
Labour Day (USA): 7th September 2020
Last Night of the Proms (UK): 12th September 2020
Ancestor's Day (Cambodia): 16th - 18th September 2020
A Buddhist holiday dedicated to honouring deceased relatives.
Formula 1 Grand Prix (Singapore): 18th - 20th September 2020
Taking place on the Marina Bay Street Circuit the Singapore Grand Prix is Asia’s biggest sporting and entertainment event. Past winners include Graeme Lawrence, Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel.
Oktoberfest (World): 19th September - 4th October 2020
Respect for the Aged (Japan): 21st September 2020
This Japanese national holiday honours the country's elderly citizens.
Autumnal Equinox (Japan): 22nd September 2020
This national holiday marking the arrival of autumn is widely celebrated as the changing of seasons is treated with great respect in Japan.
Constitution Day (Cambodia): 24th September 2020
A national holiday marking the announcement of the Kingdom of Cambodia’s constitution issued in 1993 which was signed by King Sihanouk.
Heritage Day (South Africa): 24th September 2020
Hermanus Whale Festival (South Africa): 24th - 27th September 2020
The annual Hermanus Whale Festival is a celebration to the return of the southern right whales to the coastal waters of Southern Africa. It is a tribute to the legacy left to the town by Wendy the Whale whose story is about man's ability to live in harmony with nature as well as people's ability to come together as communities valuing the environment.
FT Weekend (UK): TBC
- Anonymous, India
- Mr Geoffrey Johnson, India
- Krista Weir, Sri Lanka
- Jaime Benitez, South India
- Matthew Nicklin, North India
- Mr Richard Stoughton, Sri Lanka
- Leslie Siben, India
- Matthew Annable, Rajasthan, India
- Mr David Wallace, North India
- Mr & Mrs Manson, North India