We are back with the second part of Amazing Roads to drive in India. Are you excited for the best of the best? In this blog, we will discuss the golden trio, ice-capped Himalayas, and more. Let’s dig up a little more on India and her scenic beauty.
Gorgeous Golden triangle – Roads to Drive in India
GOLDEN SPOT 1 -DELHI
We typically start our route from Delhi because most of the International flights land here. Stunning Places to visit are Mughal Red Fort, towering Qutab Minar, The Lotus Temple, Jama Masjid, British Raj Era vibes, The India Gate, and Akshardham Temple. Apart from this, to feel India you have to get into the local streets and bazaars. If you want to get a flavor of some of that authentic Delhi food then come over to Masala Mantra, we are one of the leading Indian grill restaurant in Cape coral.
Most recommended place to stay in Delhi is The Leela Palace New Delhi.
GOLDEN SPOT 2 – AGRA
The Taj Mahal is the heart of Agra, and it is one of the world’s wonders. The Taj Mahal is a white marble mausoleum embellished with calligraphy, semi-precious stones, and inlay work. It was built in memory of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s queen, Mumtaz Mahal, over a period of 20 years, beginning in 1632. Shah Jahan also constructed the Red Fort and the Jama Masjid, among other structures. Visit the place during sunrise or sunset to get a view of the sheer scale and splendor of the structure.
You can try your stay at ITC Mughal, A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Agra.
GOLDEN SPOT 3- JAIPUR
The third corner of the triangle is Jaipur and is widely acknowledged for its traditional crafts and designs. The capital of Rajasthan is known as ‘’Pink City’’ for its buildings with pink walls. The famous historical highlights are Hawa Mahal and City Palace.
Most recommended place to stay in Jaipur is The Oberoi Rajvilas Jaipur.
The Western Ghats to Ratnagiri
The Western Ghats, which run along India’s western coast from the Tapti River in the north to the southern tip, is a veritable biodiversity treasure trove. It encompasses the states of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Maharashtra, and is the world’s eighth biodiversity hotspot. The Cardamom Hills, Nilgiris, Anaimalai Hills, and Sahyadris are among the hill ranges that make up the Western Ghats.
Mumbai to Pune to Goa
One of the preferred routes from Mumbai to Goa is via NH4. The distance covered is 590 ms. You will spend 10 hours and 30 minutes reaching the destination. The route starts from Mumbai to Pune by the Mumbai-Pune Expressway. Then Pune to Satara to Kolhapur to Belgaum which is the NH4 route. Then we move off from Belgaum to Goa.
We recommend Grand Hyatt Goa for stay.
Ice capped Himalayas – The thrilling Leh-Ladakh trip
This trip is truly like a trip to no other! The Leh Ladakh trip wildy talks about splendid landmarks such as the highest motorable road in the world- Khardung La, one of the highest mountain passes in the world- Zoji La and Tanglang La and much more!
We would highly recommend you to visit the place during the months of Mid-May to October. Tandi, Jispa, Keylong, Sarchu, and Pang are all good places to camp on the Manali-Leh highway. Drass, Kargil, Shargol, Tingmosgang, and Sham Valley offer camping along the Srinagar-Leh highway.
The Manali – Leh route offers adventure travellers and photographers an awe-inspiring experience, with snow-capped mountains and trees on both sides of the path, spectacular views of mountain ranges and majestic monasteries, difficult roads and crazy hairpin turns. Beautiful villages, war memorials, valleys, monasteries, the mysterious magnetic hill, and more can be found along the Srinagar to Leh road. It is really a 434-kilometer stretch of a real paradise.
We recommend you to stay at Grand Dragon, Leh.
To sum up, India is like no other place, a heaven on earth in fact. Surrounded by various cultures, traditions, colourful clothing and mouth watering food. We at Masala Mantra, Cape Coral restaurant, find and appreciate the unity in diversity of India. We welcome all of our dear customers to India to explore the once in a lifetime experience. Pack yourself to India and the reward is certain with unforgettable memories. Explore, travel and find yourself!