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1. Posted by gramboer (Budding Member, 9 posts) 23 Jan '12 14:07

Hi all!
I'm looking at my globe and I'm in dubio on where to travel to in september. It can be anywhere outside of Europe, preferably nowhere too rainy or cold ... Those are the only criteria. I would be going for a month.
Could anyone give me some suggestions?

Thanks!

2. Posted by vegasmike6 (Travel Guru, 3528 posts) 23 Jan '12 23:48

Most of the Western US has great weather in September. NV, AZ, CA, NM, UT, OR, WA, ID will be nice. Warm enough during the day for almost any activity, cools off at night. Only at the highest elevations will you be concerned with rain/snow. Good luck with your planning.

3. Posted by Global360 (Budding Member, 5 posts) 23 Jan '12 23:53

Northern Australia, like Cairns, Darwin and the Kimberlys are warm during that time of year, and it is the dry season, which means it is usually good weather and doesn't rain too much (if at all)!! They are really beautiful places to visit and even venturing down south a bit won't be too cold as it is starting to become spring in Australia!

4. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin, 5577 posts) 24 Jan '12 01:05

Do you have any kind of budget or does that not matter at all?

5. Posted by gramboer (Budding Member, 9 posts) 24 Jan '12 01:16

Well, budget matters, of course, but not too much ... ;)

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8. Posted by lindalucky123 (Inactive, 67 posts) 23 Feb '12 01:13

got it~ you may go to Asia especial the South Asia the weather there really very nice and cool except June to Sep. i have been almost all Asia countries last year with my friends.Some tips and my own experience may helped. hope it helps :) have a nice trip.oh BTW my blog is : -snip-you may look at this page for more information.may it helps

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9. Posted by vanessa (Travel Guru, 256 posts) 23 Feb '12 11:02

Israel - it's very hot in September and no rains.
In a month you can discover whole country.
Short distances, huge historical heritage, warm sea and lotsa sun.
It's still a bit too hot for trekking in Sept, but still possible: you have mountains in the North, desert in the South and "mountain desert" between Jerusalem and The Dead Sea.
Ancient ruines (roman, greek, turkish), natural wonders of many kinds.
Red Sea in Eilat with rich corals and underwater life. From Eilat you may do trip(s) to Jordan and Egypt - it "sitts" on the border.
Jerusalem alone worth a visit.
Tel Aviv - never sleeping city, parties, beach, what ever...
Very good food and beautiful chicks

10. Posted by NiciMeyers84 (Budding Member, 6 posts) 23 Feb '12 13:09

Quoting vegasmike6

Most of the Western US has great weather in September. NV, AZ, CA, NM, UT, OR, WA, ID will be nice. Warm enough during the day for almost any activity, cools off at night. Only at the highest elevations will you be concerned with rain/snow. Good luck with your planning.

I second this, if you're a landscape oriented person like I am and you have yet to see the Grand Canyon, Painted Desert, Sandstone Arches, Redwood Forests, etc. You could easily start in New Mexico and go west into Cali. And depending on how you travel and where you want to stay, budget shouldn't be too extravagant - at least mine wasn't when I did this 2 years ago.