Best Road Trips to cover India

Best Road Trips to cover India

Road Trip

The perfect way to travel is by road trips. It enables you to customize your travel plans as you like. It also gives you complete freedom to visit places that are less famous and more authentic. India is a huge country to travel by road, but if we break it down into individual road trips for all the major regions, we can cover the whole subcontinent on wheels.

Srinagar &Leh

Delhi – Jammu – Srinagar – Kargil – Ladakh – Manali – Delhi

For all road lovers, Leh is a dream destination. Travelling on the highest motorable road between the snowy peaks of the Himalaya is an experience in itself, and it exists in the bucket list of every lover of road trips.

East Coast

Chennai – Mahabalipuram – Pondicherry – Pichavaram -Rameshwaram – Kanyakumari – Munnar – Yelagiri – Chennai

This is your opportunity to drive across the sea on the magnificent Pamban Bridge. Road conditions 3winthai are pretty decent, and all the destinations on the route are well known in this circuit for their scenic beauty and unique culture. On this circuit, you’ll encounter genuine Tamil culture. Your trip will start with jaw-dropping views of Mahabalipuram’s east coastal road and ancient coastal town and end with refreshing Nilgiri Hills between Munnar’s tea estates.

West Coast

West Coast

Agonda– Karwar – Gokarna – Udupi – Coorg – Wayanad – Alleppey – Kovalam – Kodaikanal – Ooty – Mysore – Chikmagalur – Agonda

This route covers everything a road trip fanatic can hope for; serene beaches of Gokarna, Udupi and Kovalam, stunning ghats, lakes and forests in Coorg, Wayanad, Alleppey Backwaters, magnificent Mysore and hill cities of Kodaikanal and Ooty.

Western Ghats

Mumbai – Lonavala – Satara – Ratnagiri – Chiplun – Mahabaleshwar – Tamhini – Kolad – Khopoli – Mumbai

Monsoon is the best time to experience western ghats. The ideal base camp for exploring the area is Mumbai or Pune. These are the areas where the journey is more scenic than the destination.

Rajasthan

Rajasthan

Delhi – Jaipur – Pushkar – Ajmer – Jodhpur – Jaisalmer – Mt Abu – Udaipur – Ranthambore – Delhi

Most foreigners are visiting India to experience Rajasthan’s culture, and it deserves the attention it gets. Winter is the perfect season to enjoy Rajputana’s typical homeland hospitality.

Road to the Himalayas

Delhi – Rishikesh – Dehradun – Mussoorie – Chakrata – Auli – Kinnaur – Spiti – Kufri – Shimla – Solan – Delhi

Apart from the Manali – Leh highway, there are many other hill towns which offer beautiful curves and innate natural panoramic views along the road. Start your journey at Rishikesh with river rafting and bungee jumping and move on to the beautiful Uttarakhand hill stations.

North East Road Trip

Guwahati – Tawang – Kaziranga – Majuli – Kohima – Haflong – Dawki – Cherrapunji – Shillong – Guwahati

To experience all the hidden gems of north-eastern India, a 2,000-kilometer road trip through all the major north-eastern Indian states is perfect. A journey from Guwahati to Tawang, as weather conditions are severe, is a challenge in itself and you will find very few amenities on the way.

 

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