Bangalore- Mysore- Coorg
The road trip from Bangalore till Mysore is amazing as the roads are very wide and good with regular speed breakers. If you set out early in the morning then you might be lucky enough to miss traffic thereby saving you time. The distance between Bangalore and mysore can be covered in just 3 hours. While travelling you can head next to the more exotic place called Coorg for a thrilling experience. There are many very well-known restaurants namely Kamat, Shivalli MTR, Kadamba Restaurant, Adiga’s and Coffee Day on the Bangalore-Mysore Highway.
Route: NH17 and via Mysore-Madikeri Rd
Delhi – Jaipur- Pushkar
It would be a great time driving to Jaipur with your family or friends. The long-night drive on this route would be a great fun. This route is very facilitative with good dhabas and restaurants. You can stop by Jaipur city to see the famous City Palace and Hawa Mahal or shop for handicrafts and ethnic gifts at Johri Bazaar. Relish Rajasthani delicacies at Chokhi Dhani. A few hours away from this bustling city is Pushkar. Full or half-day tours include Rajasthani-style lunches and visits to desert villages.
Mumbai – Kolhapur-Goa
The drive from Mumbai to Kolhapur on the four-lane highway is extremely pleasant.The route has ample of signages, petrol pumps and eating joints. You can start your journey from Kolhapur to Nipani and then after covering a distance of about 5 km, you can reach Amboli, eventually to Goa. This could be a very exciting drive. Throughout the journey, you’ll get to see picturesque surrounding all around.
You can take a road trip along the Coromandel Coast and view various ancient heritage sites, beaches and waterfalls. The distance of Chennai to Pondicherry is a 140-km-drive. Drive on the beautiful East Coast Road (ECR) and you can reach Pondicherry in almost 80 minutes. It’s the best route with smooth road without any bumps for the full stretch travel from Pondicherry via Villupuram-Trichy-Madurai-Tirunelveli to Kanyakumari. It will take around 8 hours at a stretch to reach Kanyakumari. It is recommended that you must take a halt and go. So, you can start your journey in the afternoon and make a halt at Madurai.
Route: NH45 and NH7
The complete road drive from Bangalore to Munnar is perhaps a good adventure. Driving through the green stretches along the Western Ghats, passing through Salem and Coimbatore is definitely a very good experience. Throughout your journey you will be urged to take a halt at many places on this route due to its picturesque surrounding. The roads in Kerala are outstanding and even though most of the travelling is through path cut in the hills, the route is safe; you have thrilling experience while driving. As everywhere it’s a single lane road, it might take time to reach the destination but truly you’ll enjoyed driving in Kerala.
Route: NH7 and via Alleppey-Madurai Ro