India has some of the best roadways, and you will never know what’s in it until you explore it. Road trips are an experience where you will get to know yourself and people accompanying you, like never before! If you love travelling or driving or both, then let us unravel these must- take road trips for you.
10 Road trips for driving lovers In India
1. Manali to Leh
This road is open only from April to October and it takes two days to cover the journey, so plan your trip accordingly. If you are a biker, you must ride on this road.
Distance: 135 Kilometers
2. Mumbai to Goa
It makes for a very comfortable, safe and fun journey. You can stop for food, water, beer, or some local sweet (‘chikki’)’o.
Distance: 590 Kilometers
3. Chennai to Munnar
It is perfect if you want to drive to Munnar over a weekend and be at leisure. You can indulge in local cuisine and also explore the lush green and pristine valley.
Distance: 628 Kilometers
4. Shimla To Manali Via Spiti
You have to have enough time in hand, to be able to have sufficient stopovers as it is a very tedious journey. You can choose to stay for one or two days at Spiti or you may choose to stay just a day and explore
Distance: 700 Kilometers
5. Gangtok To Tsomgo Lake Via Nathula Pass
The Nathula Pass is a part of the Indo-China border and you need valid identity cards and pass to go there. But you can start early and come back by evening. If you wish to halt after Nathu La, then you can rest at Lachung.
Distance: 120 kilometers
6. Guwahati to Tawang
The journey is extremely tedious as there are no roads, locals have cut out pathways for their convenience. You can also sleep over at one of the many budget hotels you will spot on your way. The best time to travel is between March-October.
Distance: 520 Kilometers
7. Mumbai to Mount Abu
It is a very smooth journey owing to the beautifully constructed contemporary highways. But it is a very long journey so you have to have stopovers.
Distance: 765 Kilometers
8. Bangalore to Coorg
Coorg is one of the most popular hill stations of South India with exclusive homemade pork. A considerable part of the journey is through a small forest and it is as spooky as it can be.
Distance: 260 Kilometers
9. Chennai to Pondicherry
It is fun to drive or ride alongside the beach and halting to see the sunset or rise. You can stop at beaches, stay at a shack, and make memories to last you a lifetime.
Distance: 200 kms.
10. Bangalore to Ooty
The road from Bangalore to Ooty is scenic. The road to Ooty is very well-known for its 36 hairpin bends. The route also takes you through the Mudumalai National Park. Ooty, also known as the Queen of Hills, is known for its beautiful climate.
Distance: 300 kms