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10 Road Trips That Are Way More Awesomer To Take In December

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December is the onset of the travelling season and road trips need to be planned carefully, given the weather in various parts of the country. Here's a guide to places suitable for such trips.

10 Road Trips That Are Way More Awesomer To Take In December:

  1. Pondicherry
  2. Bangalore (Karnataka)
  3. Goa
  4. Baroda(Vadodara) (Gujarat)
  5. Pune (Maharashtra)
  6. Kochi (Cochin) (Kerala)
  7. Udaipur (Rajasthan)
  8. Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala)

1. East Coast Road

East Coast Roadsource: wikimedia

One of the stunning highways in India, this road is not popular amongst roadies.

HolidayIQ Traveller Inbasekar shares, “I love to drive and enjoyed driving via ECR road. Got to see some good scenic beauties. The route is filled with places to eat and relax. There are good restaurants, hotels, resorts etc. to help you have a good time. Also, make sure you visit Shirdi Saibaba Temple near the Pondicherry Engineering College.”

2. Bangalore to Ooty

Bangalore to Ootysource: Wikimedia

The twisty-turny road from Mysore to Ooty through national parks and wildlings on the road is the best road trip you can take when you’re in the southern part of India.

3. Goa To Kannur

Goa To Kannursource: imgur

Take this route if you want to experience areas aroung Goa like never before. HolidayIQ Traveller Naresh S. says, “Have the sumptuous breakfast at Kamat, Honawar. The road has potholes and is in poor condition.”

4. Mumbai to Goa

Mumbai to Goasource: cravebits

This road is 600 kilometres of awesomeness filled with greenery, ghats and water bodies. It’s best to take this route in rainy season.

HolidayIQ Traveller Ganesh shares, "According to me travelling by car on this route is most fantastic experience. The road crosses many rivers and mountains and many beautiful temples and waterfall."

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5. Vadodara To Nasik via Saputara

Vadodara To Nasik via Saputarasource: blogspot.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Naimish Pathak says, “When we moved from Baroda to Saputara by road, the experience was just amazing and roads were fantastic. It is an excellent adventure to by road to Saputara.” “I drove from Vadodara towards Nasik on the NH8 via Surat, Navsari and diverted from Kharel Chowkdi. I reached Saputara in 6 hours. I didn't find any good dhaabas on my way. Found some average places for food. One must stock snacks and try travelling early to avoid traffic,” adds HolidayIQ Traveller Nishad Palkar.

6. Nasik to Pune

Nasik to Punesource: Mw2.google.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Subratseet Seet says, “I took the Pune-Nasik Hihghway. Go straight towards Nasik and take a left turn at Peth instead of Mancher. I took it by mistake. But, the I think it was good. I went in the village towards Ghodegaon, which was less crowded. I enjoyed the scenic view of lakes and the hill top.”

7. Kannur to Kochi

Kannur to Kochisource: flickr

HolidayIQ Traveller Ashok Nadar says, “Kannur, the quiet city located on the shores, is perfect to relax from the hectic day to day lifestyle. The climate, people and the beaches adds to your mood.”

8. Jaipur to Udaipur

Jaipur to Udaipursource: indiamike.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Shubhankar Shrivastava says, “The Jaipur to Udaipur journey was quite eventful with my group of friends. The highway was smooth, the scenes were beautiful and over that, the time spent in the car was nice. We had our own car and driver, so it was quite convenient. Advice to travellers - must visit the dhaba on the highway, climb up any hill on the highway and enjoy!”

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9. Kochi to Trivandrum

Kochi to Trivandrumsource: Kochi To Trivandrum

HolidayIQ Traveller Paul Cowell says, “Oceanus near the beach is a must try when you are in Kochi. It is famous for its mouth-watering seafood.” “Stroll around the streets of Fort Kochi and visit Jew Town,” recommends HolidayIQ Traveller Juhi M.

10. Udaipur to Vadodara

Udaipur to Vadodarasource: hunt.in

HolidayIQ Traveller Atul Sedani says, “Journey is slightly longer but I recommend you carry a mobile map app and stick to national highways and toll roads. Traffic is clear even if we travel on a weekend. Best to avoid night time as roads are poorly lit. I do not remember seeing many petrol stations on the way so the best thing is to travel with a full tank of fuel.”

The views above are collated from opinions expressed by travellers on www.holidayiq.com

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