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Many visitors to India tend to stick to several of the key main cities. But if you have the time, traveling between them can also be a rewarding and even amazing experience, from whether its through the lush green valleys of the northeast, the arid deserts of Rajasthan, or the hills and mountains of Ladhakh. Here are seven top examples:

Manali to Leh


The Manali-to-Leh highway (top) is one of the roads that lead to the heaven on earth called Leh — Ladakh. This 474-km stretch takes you through fabulous scenery and enchanting valleys.


Dehradun to Nainital


National Highways 72 and 74 connect Ambala to the sacred city of Haridwar & then National Highway 74, which connects Haridwar to Bareily, Uttar Pradesh. The distance from nainital to Dehradun is 275 KMs and a 5–7 hour drive by road. If you are looking for the various connectivity options on this route, you can also check out Manali cab services that provides comfortable journey.


Delhi to Agra
 

Start your journey from Delhi aa Yamuna expressway is probably the best road in the country at present. The highway connects the capital of Indian to the the city of the Taj, this highway is truly a treasure trove for the road trip enthusiasts. Once in Agra, visit the Taj, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri with car rental in Delhi. You can cover the 165 km stretch of Yamuna Expressway in less than 2 hours — the road is just amazing.


Jaipur to Ranthambore



Originating from the pink city of India, this road trip takes you to the wilderness of the Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan. This popular and largest national parks in Northern India that houses animal species like tiger, leopard, wild boar, sambar, hyena, sloth bear and varied bird, plant and reptile species. There are numerous food joints on the way serving mouth-watering Rajasthani dishes like ghewar and gattay ki subzi, etc. Explore this exotic countryside of Rajasthan with Jaipur cab service and make your travel more enjoyable.


Chennai to Munnar


The route to Munnar — the world of tea and the “green capital” of India, is packed with twists and turns through.hilly terrain through lush green tea plantations. The winding road and pleasant weather will make your trip a memorable one. With car rental Chennai you can either opt for an adventure like rock climbing and paragliding, and learn the art of tea making.


Guwahati to Tawang


Explore and discover the pure beauty of the northeast with this road trip that originates from the capital city of Assam, Guwahati that take you to the most amazing monasteries in India. The road goes through the beautiful scenic sites such as Kaziranga, Imphal and Cherapunji. The distance is about 520 km and should take you about 10 hours, plus your stops with Guwahati cab service. Spend your time in the lap of nature and participate in the morning prayers with monks.


Bangalore to Ooty
 

Ooty, the queen of hill stations and the capital of Nilgiris district, is one of India's more popular destinations. There are basically two routes to reach Ooty from Bangalore; one is via Mysore and the other via Kanakapura & Chamarajanagar. This road trip is from Bangalore to Ooty which covers a rough 300 km. The four-lane state highway is the best road that connects the two cities. It is a great place to rejuvenate, away from the hustle and bustle of big with Bangalore car rental. Lofty mountains, sprawling grasslands, dense forest, and beautiful tea gardens greet  travellers.

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Comment by Nepal Kailash Trekking on November 14, 2017 at 11:28am

What a nice and supper adventure roads. I similar looks like in Tibet (Guge Kingdom). 

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