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7 Road Trips Every Twenty-Something Should Take!
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7 Road Trips Every Twenty-Something Should Take!

The soul of a wanderer is only satisfied with the beauty of nature. And every twenty-something is a wanderer with the soul that craves for the smell of wet soil, the eye-catching view of a frozen mountain top, or the soothing air behind a lake. Our country is an eye-candy for the people who love to travel and explore.

And there is no better way to explore than going for a road trip. So, let us have a look at the places that every twenty-some have to add to their bucket list.

1. Darjeeling to Pelling

This alluring hill station would leave you wanting more. The scenic beauty of valleys and towering mountains would leave you awestruck. The best part of this three hours drive would be the amazing food joints along the way! Pelling is known for the beautiful monasteries and scenic valleys with rare species of plant and animal life.

2. Ahmedabad to Kutch

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The white beauty of Kutch is one of the most satisfying places to treat your eyes. The short 400 kilometers trip would introduce you to India’s most enriched culture.  The main attraction of this place is Hodko Village where you can get beautifully handcrafted products. Also, add the Wild Ass Sanctuary to your list to have a look at the wildlife of the white beauty. Try to leave early, if you don’t want to get stuck in the city jam.

3. Delhi-Agra-Jaipur

It is the most traveled route of all time. Start your trip from the Mughal’s favorite, Delhi 6, and end it at the Pink City. There are many beautifully hand crafted monuments to give you a taste of ancient India. You can visit Red Fort, Jama Masjid in Delhi, then head towards Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, and Agra Fort; and finally, head to the Pink City. Jaipur itself is known for the Amber Fort and City Palace and its culture.

4. Bangalore to Coorg

It is an ultimate trip for all the bike lovers to the ‘Scotland of India’, Coorg. Leave all your worries behind, head to the windy Western Ghats, and treat your eyes with the most satisfying view of tea plantation. And give a little treat to your taste buds with delectable masala dosa and Maddur vada. You can enjoy a little rough and adventurous trip to the blissful mountains of Coorg.

5. Guwahati to Tawang

This trip is another reason for the bikers to get on the road and witness the beauty of northeast. A whole lot of adventures are waiting for you along the way. The snow-covered mountains, peaceful monasteries, the Indian Army camp, yak cheese and many other things on the well-maintained roads. The best part is the route of this journey which takes you to Cherrapunjee, Imphal, and the Kaziranga forest. One can stop by and appreciate the beauty of nature, sipping a hot cup of tea with Maggi.

6. Delhi-Manali-Leh

Another trip starting from the Capital of India towards the north and known as the most incredible trip covering the picturesque Himalaya range. This journey has two parts, first from Delhi to Manali and then Manali to Leh. The roads are smooth till Manali, but one has to be careful after that as the roads are steep and uneven. The main attractions are Rohtang Pass, Barlacha La, Taglang La Sarchu, Keylong, and Upsi apart from the Buddhist monasteries. Khardung La is the highest motorable road which riders should never miss.

7. Mumbai to Goa

Now, you can say no to the ‘Bhai next year pakka Goa chalenge!’ plan, and start planning for the ultimate Mumbai to Goa trip. The beaches, the sand, the sunset, and parties, everything would be worth it. Even the afternoon hangover would be worth. Start from the picturesque views at NH17, and treat your taste buds at amazing food joints. Don’t get stuck in the traffic and miss the evening party at the beach of Goa!

This is just a sneak-peek, there are a lot of places to add to your bucket list. Your twenties are meant to explore and live in the moment ,so Get, Set, and Go!!!!!!!

 

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