Reading this post? Well, it is clear that you love to travel and What about if you plan to drive. Well, In this article we shared some amazing routes to travel which are full of fresh air and have nature. So what you are thinking? Pack your bags and plan some hangout road trips.
Here is a list of some impressively beautiful places and routes (Road Trips) you should all take once in your lifetime!
Bengaluru – Coorg (237 Km – NH275) – The route leading here from Bangalore is packed with activities right after crossing an outer ring-road corridor connecting the city around. Several landscapes range from man-made attractions to natural rock clusters, slowly blending into lush fields ending in palacial architecture. A railway line up to Mysore running along the highway, for the most part, might add a little joy
Manali – Leh (474 KM – Leh-Manali Highway) – The Leh–Manali Highway is a 490 km long highway in northernmost India connecting Leh in Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir state and Manali in Himachal Pradesh state. For 365 km on this highway, there is no fuel pump as well. Thus, traveling on this highway needs a proper amount of planning.
Darjeeling – Pelling (73 KM) – Pelling is situated in the foothills of Kanchenjunga. It is located at a height of 7,200 ft above sea level. It is 115 km away from Gangtok the state capital of Sikkim and is one of the most scenic destinations that not too many tourists have visited. The monasteries, waterfalls, gardens, and mountains create a site to visit for sure. Pelling is about 73 km away from Darjeeling, a hill station in the state of West Bengal. One would take approximately two hours to reach the destination, depending on the traffic or the mode of transport you opt for. You can go via Nayabazar > Legship > Reshi Road
Mumbai – Goa (600 KM – HN48) – The Mumbai to Goa road trip can be considered as one of the best road trips in the country where you can experience immense scenic beauty. Yes, it will be exactly as you see in the movie, or maybe, even better than that. Through the mesmerizing Western Ghats, you can travel to the land of beaches, Goa. This is one of those trips that can prove to you that it is not about the destination, but about the journey to reach there.
Ahmedabad – Diu (365 KM) – The journey from Ahmedabad to Diu is smoothly covered by a bus in 09:17 hours. The time to travel is dependent on India’s traffic, roads and climatic conditions.
Bengaluru – Sakaleshpur (222 KM – NH75) – Those enchanting landscapes, beautiful Western Ghats, Coffee Estates invites you to go for it. Why choose only Coorg? So, you choose both Sakleshpur and Coorg. Finally, your plans are fixed for an extensive road trip from Bangalore to Coorg via Sakleshpur!
Delhi – Agra (232 KM) – Driving on this route is not for the faint-hearted. Not because of any treacherous cliffs or other natural reasons. The 165 km long stretch offers enthusiasts to check the upper limits of their speedometers. It is indeed worthwhile to drive on this route. At both ends of the route are two of the biggest cities of the Mughals-Agra and Delhi.
Delhi – Jaipur (281 KM – NH48) – This is one of the best highways we have in India. This highway offers you a great variety of places to visit with lots of places to eat.
Guwahati – Tawang (508 KM – Tawang Road and NH13) – This rough and difficult but yet so beautiful drive from Guwahati to Tawang shows you the pristine beauty of the North-East India. Once you reach your destination you can visit stunning monasteries in India and can spend your time in the lap of nature.
Jaipur – Ranthambore (180 KM) – If you want to experience the blend of royalty and wildness then this road trip is for you. The road from the Jaipur – The Pink City to the home of tigers is as scenic as you will be expected to turn out to be the memorable road trip of your life.
Ahmedabad – Kutch (401 KM) – The journey from Ahmedabad to Kutch is fun and it surely compliments your experience once you reach your destination. The Great Rann of Kutch – white salt desert shows its colorful side in the life of local people giving you an amazing experience.
Jaisalmer – Jaipur (558 KM) – The golden sands beckon! Drive on highways as smooth as butter and watch desert life pass by. The route from Jaipur to Jaisalmer is dotted with small villages and towns that will welcome you with open arms. Vibrant colors and delectable food are a given.
Kolkata – Digha (184 KM) – You can start your journey at an early morning on the Kolkata – Digha Kona Expressway to avoid unnecessary traffic and to reach Digha by noon. The road which was earlier filled with pits and uneven rides is now revamped and offers a smooth and comfortable journey.
Mysore – Valparai (307 KM NH948) – Heading from Mysore in Karnataka to Ooty in Tamil Nadu is quite common, but not many exit Mysore via the Chamunda hills for Ooty via Masinagudi. The incredible ride through Bandipur and Mudumalai wildlife reserves are absolutely breathtaking, with herds of deer grazing not too far from the road, monkeys creating the usual chaos and, if you are lucky, a few elephants ambling in the forest. The really lucky ones spot leopards hanging off tree branches.
Rishikesh – Mana (301 KM NH7) – Mana is the last Indian village and is only three kilometers from Badrinath. Located at an altitude of 3,200 meters. This village is a quaint tiny hamlet situated on the Indo-Tibetan border.
Shimla – Kaza (450 KM NH505) – A road trip to Spiti valley from Shimla to Kaza is thoroughly entertaining and fulfilling. But it is entirely different from the road trip to Lahaul valley, i.e. from Manali to Leh, although people often name them in same vain.
Srinagar – Leh (434 KM) – The 434 KM long Srinagar – Leh Highway is almost like a lifeline in the form of road connectivity between Leh – Ladakh and rest of India via Kashmir Valley. Srinagar – Leh Highway also known as National Highway – 1D (NH – 1D) is the most reliable and one of the only two ways to reach Leh – Ladakh by road, the other one being Manali – Leh Highway
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