The best 7 winter road trips in India, period.


Still can’t decide on where to go on this winter?

Here’s the list of some of the best road trips in India which you shouldn’t miss. As holiday season is approaching, feed up your festive mood with the exciting trips and make memories in the picturesque locations all around India.

Also read about the essential tips before going on a roadtrip https://blog.mylescars.com/6-tips-you-should-remember-before-going-on-a-road-trip/

Trust us, road trips in winter is all the therapy you need to forget the hassles of your work life and daily life stress.

Kalka to Shimla

Experience the breathtaking sights of waterfalls, lush woods, and steep mountains during your road trip from Kalka to Shimla. Start your journey from Kalka and by the time you reach Shimla, you’ll be stunned by the beauty the “Queen of the Hills” possess!

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It’s around 3 hours’ drive from Kalka, which is connected to Shimla with the distance of only 96 KMs. You can notice the visible change in scenery from foothills of Shivaliks to the upper range of the Mountains. It is one of the main attractions and offers breathtaking views of the snow-covered landscape. Enjoy the rolling hills, pine trees and high mountain peaks as you reach Shimla with Myles Self-Drive cars.

Sonmarg to Gulmarg

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It’s amongst the best road trips of India for a reason. The snow-laden road feels like a white paradise and the richness of flora soothes the eyes. If you have an adventurous streak, the winter sports on the road to Gulmarg are an added treat for you! Meanwhile the journey from Srinagar to Sonmarg is a treat to the eyes with snowcapped mountains and Sindh River along the way. Experience the stunning beauty of the Himalayas and get your fill of adventure with a road trip!

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A drive along the coast of India’s West coast is one of the best winter road trips in India. You can explore the beautiful beaches, colonial-era architecture, and vibrant nightlife. From beautiful sceneries to loud parties, you can enjoy everything during this road-trip. Book a Myles Self-drive and enjoy the ride all the way.

Udaipur to Jaisalmer

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Connecting two of Rajasthan’s most iconic cities, the road trip from Udaipur to Jaisalmer is filled with stunning scenery. Stop along the way to explore the local villages and take in the vibrant culture of Rajasthan. With many stops along the way, this road trip is worth your time. Explore the forts, cities and magical views on your trip.

Coorg to Bengaluru

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A road trip between Coorg and Bengaluru is perfect for nature lovers. Coorg is nestled in the scenic Western Ghats, around 245 kilometers from Bangalore. With a scenic drive through the Western Ghats, you can see lush green hillsides and coffee plantations. The nice thing about road vacations is that you may stop at any point along the way to take in the scenery. It will take 6 hours to get there.

Delhi to Amritsar

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Take on a road from Delhi to Amritsar as it is perfect for history buffs. You can explore the beauty and serenity of Golden Temple; know more about Jallianwala Bagh and the Wagah border.

Book a Self-drive car with Myles and begin your trip from Delhi to Amritsar to enjoy not only the beauty of nature but serenity and peace the place holds.

Chennai to Kanyakumari

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This road trip takes you through some of the most scenic landscapes in India. The East Coast Road (ECR) is like driving on the edge of the ocean. This coastal drive, surrounded with coconut palms and occasionally windmills, is among the most spectacular, taking you along beaches, bridges, and phenomenal ocean views. With stunning beaches and ancient temples, it’s a great way to explore the Southern part of India.

Gangtok to Nathula Pass

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This road trip is perfect for adventure lovers. You can explore the snow-covered landscapes of the Himalayas and get a chance to witness the Indo-Chinese border at Nathula Pass. Nathula is 56 kilometres from Gangtok on the Jawaharlal Nehru Road. The journey from Gangtok to Nathula Pass takes approximately three to four hours. You can take a round trip that includes stops at beautiful locations such as Tsomgo Lake and Baba Mandir.

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