12 Amazing Road Trips You Should Make Before Turning 30

Travel by road is an amazing way to explroe India and can only be experienced through the national highways,state highways and road through jungle. Royal Bikers hunting ground would be Rann of Kutch,Passes of Ladakh and Forest of Kerala.

Manali to Leh 478km


Manali Leh highway is one of the must do road trip in India, through high mountain passes,remote villages, monasteries and breathtaking scenery.

Mumbai to Goa 601km

Mumbai to Goa road Trip is rank among the best road trip in India, that every travel lover wishes to experience at least once.

Chennai to Pondicherry 154km


A Journey through East Coast Road that runs along the Tamil Nadu coast, connects Cuddalore with Chennai via Pondicherry.

Guwahati to Tawang 553km


Guwahati to Tawang distance is about 553km kilometres and that is something unique and adventurous.

Pune to Mumbai 148km


Pune to Mumbai via India’s first six-lane concrete, high-speed, access controlled tolled expressway.

Bangalore to Coorg 266km

Trip from Bangalore to Coorg is a 266km long trip through city-roads, off-roads, hilly terrains and much more.

Jaipur to Jaisalmer 572km

Jaipur is the gateway to Rajasthan and Jaipur to Jaisalmer by road is a must-do on the list of most Travellers.

Chennai to Munnar 588km


Trip from Chennai to Green Capital of Munnar passes through the lush tea-gardens, scenic landscapes and the challenging turns and twists.

Udupi to Kochi 479km


Udupi to Kochi on NH 17 Via that runs parallel to western ghats and touches the Arabian Sea at Maravanthe in Karnataka.

Visakhapatnam to Araku Valley 116km

Visakhapatnam to Araku Valley road trip is a must do experience through the stunning hills and mountains on both the sides of the roads.

Kolkata to Puri 494km

Kolkata to Puri is sacred trip with the blessing of beautiful temples of Bhubaneswar and near by Konark sun temple.

Road Trip to Kutch

Royal-Enfield- Rann-Kutch

The Great Rann of Kutch is the world’s largest salt desert and offers a lifetime experience of dead land on a Royal Enfield.

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