Bali is surrounded by lush forests and jungles, trapping the condensation within its foliage. In September, Bali's climate is extremely temperate, it is lukewarm and does not have many rainy days. Tourists are encouraged to wear netting, however, as it can be humid, which can give that sticky feeling, conducive to attracting insects and other pests. Bali's culture mimics that of other Buddhist paradises, where you can visit temples, gardens, and beaches. The jungle and forest atmosphere has all manner of exotic animals, and it is not uncommon to see monkeys everywhere.
Bali's beauty is not just in its nature, as the shops of Canggu and the hustle and bustle of the street vendors can have you wandering for hours. Many souvenirs and sites can be found within the densely populated cities and are great on a budget in September.
Namibia is a country in the African continent that rarely has its name in the spotlight. Due to its desert and dry climate, most tourists quickly remove Namibia from their list. In fact, September is the best month to visit Namibia, as it's close to its "wet" month of October, meaning that the temperature is only around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. There is a lot to explore, such as the Skeleton Coast and the Namib Sand Sea. You can explore its vast lands on foot, or using the provided horses and camels, giving you a unique nomad experience. Nambia also has a lot of wildlife, which is hosted by various safari tour operators.
Nambia has a rich history dating back to the pre-Roman era, giving it an ancient feel. The lodges do not disappoint, as traditional meals are served to guests regardless of their background.
Georgia is a beautiful country. The tiny nation is located in the inner Caucasus, well known for its extremely delicious wine and winemaking culture. September is the peak harvest season everywhere in the world, including the global capital of diverse vineyards. Georgia is a unique mix of Arabic and Slavic culture, which is influenced by its surrounding neighbors. The Alaverdi Monastery has 104 different types of vines to explore, and the wine tasting experience is one of the most unique on the planet. Georgia's rocky landscape makes the perfect hiking grounds, and its cliffs and peaks provide breathtaking and picturesque views.
The United States is one of the largest and most diverse countries in the world, with each state being different from the next. There are various cities and states that are tourist attractions throughout the year, but fall brings out the natural beauty in certain states. Jackson Hole, Wyoming is one such state, where the temperature is not too cold and neither too hot in the first month of fall. Wyoming contains some of the best outdoor activities, including rafting, hiking, biking, and viewing the Northern American bison safari. Many come from far and wide to experience its abundant fly-fishing spots.