The northern India is blessed with Himalayan ranges, which covers most of the northern states like Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. The scenery is strikingly and a richly diverse culture lies here. It is one of the most favorite destinations among the travelers.

Do you plan a road trip for most of the weekends? Maybe you have found the best car rental service hearing the call from the countryside. We have compiled a list of destinations to visit in North India. Let's get started.

1. Manali to Leh Highway

Well, the beauty of going from Manali to Leh can not be captured in words. What do you think of cruising along the road with snow all over on a bullet or an open jeep? Amazing right? It is a span of around 479 km with an altitude of 3-4 km above sea level. It is open for only 5 months in a year.

2. Shimla to Manali

Well, Shimla to Manali through mandi is a beautiful road trip to unwind and relax in northern India. Take a break to play with the ice-cold water of Himalayan river. This is stretched in 250 km and needs a little longer than usual because of the hilly terrain. You can enjoy the Himachal sightseeing along the way.

3. Gangtok to Tsomgo and Nathula Pass

The north-east part of India is large and the most unexplored part yet has the best destination for road travel. One of such road trip is Gangtok to Lake Tsomgo and Nathula pass. The hilly terrain makes it challenging ride and the beauty of road lies in the uncertain terrain. Do take a road trip to Lake Tsomgo to witness happiness like never before. There is 55 m long stretch with Lake Tsomgo falling in that route. This gives you an unmatched road trip experience.

4. Delhi to Agra via Yamuna Expressway

Well, this is one of the best ways in the country and a must-go for all road trip lovers. In case you have enough driving stamina then do pay a visit to Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Within 2 hours you can cover almost 165 km stretch of Yamuna Expressway. This road is just awesome.

But unfortunately, this expressway does not have any dhabas, so if you are a food lover then you might have to take the old highway Ie, through Palwal.

5. Delhi to Jaipur

Knock knock? Who is there? The Jaipur Desert. This is one of the most maintained Indian highways with most colorful culture. Watch the Aravallis bounce off in your way. You can even make a refuge to Jodhpur to taste the authentic Rajasthani cuisine.

The above discussed routes are best for Weekend getaways with friends and family. Take a break from your monotonous life to discover the beauty of nature. There are car rental services in Delhi for the travelers to make transform their journey into an amazing and memorable experience. Have fun traveling!



Source by Fahad A. Khan