24 Best Road Trips In India That Will Make You Believe That Safar Khoobsurat Hai Manzil Se Bhi - Viral Bake

When Arijit Singh said safar khoobsurat hai manzil se bhi he was referring to life. But when you replay the lyrics in your head while on a road trip, you realise how those words sew to tell a tale of a journey that you never want to come back from.

That’s what road trips are all about. A journey where you explore, think, rejuvenate and find yourself in places you don’t want to leave. For some people, there could be nothing more relieving than a road trip. And if you are one of those, then here are 24 amazing road trips in India that you can take to quench your thirst to travel.

1. Delhi To Manali To Leh – 1,019-km

2. Mumbai to Goa – 586-km

Source – Holidify

3. Dehradun To Nainital – 278-km

4. Guwahati To Tawang – 444-km

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WHY BIKE TRIP IS MY FAVOURITE KIND? *Story time* Be it the eastern curvilicious trails in Arunachal Pradesh/Nagaland, or the sea facing, calming, breezy pavements of Rameshwaram down south, or the rugged terrains of Leh and Ladakh, northbound; one thing remains a constant – The brotherhood of the biker community. No matter which bike you're riding, no matter what part of the country or world you're from, there is always a bond between motorcyclists; waving at you, boosting you up with a thumbs up, and stopping for your help irrespective of the fact that they're complete strangers, or just pulling up at a pit stop sharing chaai and soul-stirring stories. Barely reminiscing my escapades, fills my heart with warmth. So this one time, I was riding to Arunachal and the icy cold weather got the best of me. I needed a pit stop, and needed it bad. Seeing me halt at an abrupt place, a bunch of riders from Kerala stopped to enquire if I got into deep water and offered to help instantly, giving me an extra pair of gloves and muffler, to help with the cold. After sharing a couple of stories and a little laughter, we both headed on our respective journeys. Now, here comes the best part, after 6 days, on our return journey, we met the same group at a mini dhaba. Stoked to see each other, we sat and had lunch together and I returned their stuff to them, with gratitude, and hoped that our paths would cross again sometime. This other time, on our way to Nagaland, I met a couple who were married for 50years and loved riding in India, and boy, young they were, much more than me I assure you. The Nagaland highway is an arduous one, but to these two amazing humans from France, it seemed like a piece of cake. They got our vehicle out of pits and we rode together for the whole day. They even bought us lunch and invited us to theirs in France. Experiences just like these, push me to further believe, "It's not about the destination, it's about the journey". #northeast #northeastindia #gypsy #gypsysoul #nomadiclife #nomad #travelindia #indiatravel #wanderingwomen #wanderlust #mainbhisadakchap #banjara #banjaran #imisstravelling #writersofinstagram #tawang #roadtrippin

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5. Visakhapatnam to Araku Valley – 144-km

Source – Native Planet

6. Old Silk Route connects Lhasa in Tibet via the Jelep La Pass to India – 68-km

Source – Wikipedia

7. Shimla to Manali via Mandi – 257-km

8. Ahmedabad to Kutch – 400-km

Source – Kutch Guide

9. Bangalore To Coorg – 242-km

Source – Travel Triangle

10. Darjeeling To Pelling – 72-km

11. Kolkata To Kumaon – 1,409-km

Source adventure nation

12. Chandigarh to Kasol – 273-km

13. Mumbai to Mount-Abu – 765-km

source – The Statesman

14. Chennai To Yelagiri – 230-km

Source – Munnar Tour Guide

15. Amritsar to Dharamshala – 202-km

16. Hyderabad To Kannur – 899-km

Source – Pinterest

17. Delhi To Mussoorie – 281-km

18. Bangalore to Ooty – 278-km

19. Kolkata To Puri – 497-km

Source – Tour My idnia

20. Delhi To Rishikesh – 232-km

21. Srinagar To Leh – 418-km

Source – Money control

22. Bagdogra To Darjeeling – 67-km

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GLIMS#OF#NATURE#WE#MISS#DARJEELING#QUEEN#OF#HILLS#

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23. Mangalore To Goa – 365-km

Source – Twitter

24. Kalimpong to Zuluk – 90-km


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