Where to Travel in September
See our picks for where to go in September.
The days are getting shorter and the kids are back at school, but don’t let September pass by without a vacation. Kick off fall with leaf-peeping in New England or make time for trekking the Inca Trail in Peru. Maybe even enjoy beer-toasting fun at an Oktoberfest event, too!
And don't miss what's hot this month in our picks for things to do in September.
Summer’s Last Hurrah
Labor Day is the unofficial end to the long, lazy days of summer. So book a last-minute getaway and or head to the beach for one last hurrah. With hurricane season in full swing, it's always great to get travel tips just in case you get caught traveling during stormy weather. We don't blame you if you'd rather escape the crowded beaches on this holiday week. Go camping in a national park. Or combine the best of both worlds with beach camping.
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Machu Picchu, Peru
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While the days may be getting shorter and the nights getting colder, there’s always something to look forward to this month: fall foliage. Mother Nature’s spectacular autumn show is best seen with a leaf-peeping road trip through New England. For now, check out some of Jeff "Foliage" Folger's 11 Dazzling Fall Foliage Photos.
From the start of fall foliage to Oktoberfest celebrations, September is full of events guaranteed to offer a memorable start to the season.
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