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6 Beautiful Road Trips of South India

Blog, Road Trips - GoroadTrip - November 17, 2017

Our country is a tourist attraction with many beautiful destinations. In addition, our roads are now a pleasure to drive or drive with high maintenance and easy routes. All you have to do, if you get a sentence, go for it. Last minute plans or plans of the day. Go to the top of the page Here is a list of the best excursions you can do.

Vishakapatnam to the Araku Valley:

Vishakaptanam is blessed with the beautiful mountains of the ghats and the green waters of the Bay of Bengal. At 120 kilometers from Vishakapatnam is the hill station of the Araku Valley. The road that connects the two places is winding, gently elevated and dotted with beautiful green hills, making it the most enjoyable and ecstatic experience.

Chennai in Pondicherry:

The 160-kilometer stretch from Chennai to Pondicherry is perhaps one of the most scenic in southern India. Start at sunrise and see the golden glow. Usually, this brings you to Pondicherry. But for shutterbugs, it would be possible to take a break.

Bangalore at the Bandipur Forest:

For the forest road experience, take the road from Bangalore to Bandipur. The depth and tranquility of the jungle with the coolness is an exciting feeling. You can even drive this route for those 235 kilometers. The same route can be chosen for the journey from Mysore to Ooty.

Chennai to Munnar:

If you have a break from the hot Chennai Heat, plan an escape from the street to Munnar. This brings you to the next day! The well-appointed roads, followed by the winding and fresh ghats that lead to the mountain resort, make the trip interesting.

Mumbai to Goa:

Another 10-hour drive is the NH 17, which connects Mumbai to Goa. From sunrise, you can follow the Goa sun when the party begins!

Mumbai to Lonavala:

The short distance of 83 kilometers and the beautiful promenade make Lonavala a popular weekend trip from Mumbai. Surrounded by picturesque squares and green spaces, the road will awaken your mood and rejuvenate you before you reach the picturesque mountain resort.

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6 Beautiful Road Trips of North India

Blog, Road Trips - GoroadTrip - October 9, 2017

There is no shortage of destinations in our country. Planned holidays or spontaneous trips, there are places for each of them. Increase the pleasure of your trip and enhance your trip by opting for a road trip. Look at Goroadtrip for advice. Here are some of the best routes for a trip to North India:

Shimla to Manali:

The road that stretches 250 kilometers from Shimla to Manali can be compared to a road to paradise, it’s breathtaking! With the sparkling waters of the Beas River, you can get to know the Himalayan mountains of Manali.

Puri at Konark:

It may be only 36 km from Puri to Konark on the NH 203, but it is loaded with a picture perfect enough to fill a book. The beautiful paved road is connected to its branches, which connect to a glass roof, which appears as a welcome gesture with open arms for the traveler.

Gangtok at Lake Tsomgo:

One of the most beautiful roads in the north-east, connecting Gangtok to Tsomgo Lake, also called Changu Lake, impresses with its scenery. With mountain ranges flanking the sides of the road, the 40-kilometer road in the hilly surroundings is a challenge.

Delhi to Agra:

One of the most popular roads of the Yamuna Highway. It allows travelers to travel 165 kilometers in less than two hours. A trip from Delhi to Taj Mahal and Agra Fort and back can be done in a day.

Shillong to Cherrapunjee:

One of the best routes for the road from Shillong to Cherrapunjee is around 53 kilometers. The road is blessed with enchanting waterfalls, picturesque villages and beautiful vineyards along the way.

Kolkata to Digha:

A popular weekend destination that often visits Kolkata. Digha is about 180 kilometers from Kolkata. The place is popular because of its beautiful beach as well as the beautiful road. The road to Digha is marked by green sections that offer a pleasant and relaxing walk.

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Road Trip on Pacific Coast Highway

Blog, Road Trips - GoroadTrip - May 14, 2017

Also known as PCH, the Pacific Coast Highway is one of the most scenic drives in the world that you can take along the ocean. It stretches from the southern tip of Baja California to the Olympic Peninsula and covers a distance of about 500 miles. Along the way, you will be rewarded with spectacular views of the sea, scenic coastal villages and unspoilt woodlands. You can also go through vineyards.

One of the most fascinating routes on PCH is San Francisco San Diego, because every place has interesting tourist stops that can be part of your journey.

San Francisco:

From the Golden Gate Bridge you will continue on PCH, but not before you visit Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz Island and drive down Lombard Street and Union Square.

San Jose:

The city on PCH is worth a visit with its many interesting galleries and museums and the mysterious Winchester Mystery House. Do not forget to visit the headquarters, which is responsible for changing the computer world; Google, Facebook and Hewlett Packard Garage are all in San Jose. A visit to the zoo and the largest outdoor market in the United States is also a must in San Jose.

Santa Cruz:

Santa Cruz is for beach lovers. The charming beach, the Santa Cruz beach, the Big Dipper and the lighthouse make the stopover worthwhile. Pacific Avenue makes good purchases to bring home jewelry. For a bit of hiking, you can try the Wilder Ranch State Park or enjoy music at the Rio Theater.


One hour from Santa Cruz, where the rolling coastline is Monterey Bay. Monterey has its own share of attractions that you must visit. The Lobos State Nature Reserve is one, and the former Fisherman’s Wharf is another. Spend an interesting time at the Monterey Bay Aquarium and go shopping at Cannery Row. If you continue on the 17 mile road, you can be overturned by the scenic beauty along the road and the friendliness of the coastal village. Treat yourself to some activities such as sailing, whale watching, kayaking and golf, all part of Monterey.

Big Sur:

A slow ascent to Monterey will take you to Big Sur after crossing one of the largest bridge bridges in the world, Brixby Bridge. Lose yourself in the beauty of Big Sur with so many points of view that driving slows considerably, but with many good reasons. Pfeiffer Beach, Point Sur State Historic Park, McWay Falls and Ragged Point can make you pause for a few days. The natural thermal baths of the Esalen Institute could be another reason to stop, as their healing properties are known.

San Simeon:

San Simeon is famous for its magnificent Hearst Castle on Enchanted Hill. The castle sits on an incredible 250,000 acres and is impressive with its rooms, cottages, suites, kitchens and land. The moonstone beach and the elephant colony PiedrasBiancas are other interesting places.

San Luis Obispo:

This coastal city of California has everything you need for a fun stopover. The walks you can take on the many hills like Islay Hill, Black Hill, Bishop Peak and San Luis Obispo Botanical Park are invigorating. The views of the Fremont Theater and Soda Lake are impressive, and Pismo Beach is great for parachuting, surfing and relaxing in the many restaurants. The Bubblegum Alley is a 15-foot-high and 70-foot-long lane, and if it does not keep you from seeing the chewing gum pastes glued here, you can visit them to leave one of them and make a mark.

Santa Barbara:

Santa Barbara offers a good break before you meet LA. Enjoy wildlife and flora at the Santa Barbara Zoo, Botanical Gardens and Lotus Land. Visit the Lobero Theater or Arlington for a chat or the historic Santa Barbara Museum for a brushstroke with the story.

Los Angeles:

Of course, stopping in this sprawling city of California with its iconic Hollywood sign is a must when you’re at the PHC. The Hollywood Hall of Fame, the Kodak Theater, Universal Studios and the Santa Monica Pier are just some of the many attractions of this glittering city.

San Diego:

The San Diego road trip is just the place to relax by the bay. Take your time and visit the Balboa National Park and the Cabrillo National Monument at the top of Loma Point.

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Road Trip in Napa Valley

Blog, Destinations, Road Trips - GoroadTrip - March 16, 2017

If you know your wine interests you, take the Napa Valley Wine Tour, which California is known for. If the experience of actually being in a vineyard is not exciting enough, the process of harvesting, vinification and storage will hurt you. If you have the opportunity to wander around in the right season, you can start from the beginning to discover the ripe vines for picking! From the vineyard you go to the winery where the wine is produced and watch the wine making process. The wine tour ends with a glass of the final product, the wine.

Wine tours can take a lazy afternoon or up to two weeks. Visits are made in all types of transportation, and you can choose the option depending on your mood or your time. Napa Valley has it all. From limousines to wine trains and cars you can make your choice.

Napa Valley Wine Train Tour:

For a complete Napa Valley experience, the Wine Train takes you through wine valleys with gourmet meals and beautiful views. Ascent and descent of the partner vineyards with gentle transfers, if necessary for a tour of the vineyards and wineries and wine tasting.

Napa Valley Wine Limousine Tour:

Enjoy the famous tour of Napa Valley Wine in the luxury you royally drive in a limousine for cellar tours. A tour guide who will accompany you will inform you about the history of vinification and the geography of the country. Fill up the pleasure quotient with the complimentary champagne and picnic tours.

Napa Valley Wine Trolley Tour:

An authorized replica of the San Francisco Trolley The trolley is a motorized version of this model from 1890. Trolley travel is a fun way to visit the vineyards and vineyards while you enjoy the beautiful scenery and breathe fresh air.

Napa Valley has some of the best wineries in the country. Some of the places that make your wine a memorable event are:

Hendry Ranch:

This is a family winery with a welcoming environment that welcomes pets. The friendly staff are free with their knowledge of wine making and entertain you while you taste their charming wine.

Twenty rows:

The cellar has a relaxed atmosphere with the wine served right next to the rows of stacked barrels. You will appreciate the works of art in the salon-like tasting room, where music flows from a sound system.


With a garden for outdoor wine tasting and a barn that is pleasant in cold and rainy weather, Saintsbury Winery specializes in Pinor Noir and Chardonny.

William Hill Estate Winery:

Visiting this winery is a pleasant experience with beautiful gardens, views of the valley and a glass of wine to wander the square. The friendly staff will make you feel at home. The country also serves as a picnic for families who can bring their picnic here.

Schramsberg vineyards:

This winery offers a unique tasting experience as it is located in the Calistoga Caves. This wine tour takes you into a gothic atmosphere. The highlight is the excellent sparkling wine for which the winery is known.

Stony Hill:

Specializing in white wines and Chardonnay, Stony Hill offers wine tours by appointment. Although the place is off the beaten track, the walk compensates for it. The road is over the hills and is beautiful with views of the Napa Valley.

O’Brien Estate:

Accept your visit and wine tasting by appointment at the O’Brien Estate and get ready to be enchanted by this beautiful winery and its attentive staff.

Castello di Amorosa:

The impressive castle of this estate offers wine tasting and much more. The people on the wine tour are impressed by the structure as well as the sights and smells of the wine, which force them to choose a bottle or two for their own collection or for a gift. The children are happy to taste their own grape juice.

Mum Napa:

At the Mumm Napa Vineyard, you can enjoy the wonderful views and first-class service of the staff during an organized wine tasting. The cellar is characterized by artisanal sparkling wines.

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Tips for a Successful Road Trip

Blog, Road Trips - GoroadTrip - February 27, 2016

Planning your perfect road trip can be an exhausting ordeal, but we’re here to help. We’ve talked a lot about planning an awesome vacation, but road trips—where you take a long drive and hit many stops on the way—present their own set of challenges. Here are a few things you should keep in mind as you plan.

Car Documents: Make sure your car Registration, Insurance, Pollution Check are updated and safely tucked in your glove box. Have few photo copies just in case you may need. It is always a good idea to keep a notebook with important phone numbers and addresses in there as well.

Windshield Water Tank: Check the water level in your car’s Windshield Water Tank which is very important during all seasons.

Plan Your Route and Stops Before You Leave: You know your destination, but deciding on your route and stops can really depend on your travel style. You need to investigate the weather and road conditions before hand too. One route may look shorter on the map, but weather can turn that short route into a long and hazardous road

Bring a spare car key: It might sound like a no-brainer, but there are some people who have not been so wise.

Make Sure Your Ride is Ready: In the weeks leading up to your adventure, you need to make sure that your vehicle is in primo condition. This is important for you and your passengers safety, and a healthy vehicle won’t break down on you in the middle of nowhere.

Keep An Open Mind: While it’s extremely important to plan ahead for your road trip, keeping in an open mind will help you get the most out of this experience of a lifetime. Don’t get too caught up in the plan and be willing to adjust and adapt as you go along.

Carry cash for tolls: Toll roads can pop up in the most bizarre of places, and their fares might be higher than you expect. Stock your center console with rupees and paise.

Announce your whereabouts: Text someone — a friend or your parents — the name of the place you stay each night and which city you plan to reach by the next night. In the very rare event that anything sketchy happens, it’s good to have a public record of where you are.

Stay Entertained on the Road: Once you’re on the open road, you need something to keep you from getting bored. Boredom leads to feeling tired, and feeling tired leads to you endangering the whole travel party. Anything from music, to books on tape, to classic car games can help keep the boredom away. With iPods, streaming services, and satellite radio, your music will never dry up, but don’t forget about the power of a good mix CD. If you can, make a CD of music everyone likes enough that they can tolerate it for most of the trip.

Snacks, Snacks, And More Snacks: Snacks are a road trip must, and you should have the accessible at all times. Stock up before you start your drive. Hit up your local supermarket and pick up the ingredients to make some of these awesome & healthier snacks!

Avoid Night Drives: Though the traffic is less during night, we have few disadvantages too while driving at night. Poor visibility at night is the first and foremost reason. If the route is new, may miss important road signs & end up at an altogether different location. Chances of hitting pedestrians or vehicles which do not have proper indicators or reflectors. Too many lorries during the night time with dazzling lights. A breakdown during the night may lead to unnecessary troubles.

Take pictures: Road trips are prime fodder for beautiful scrapbooks and bulletin boards once you get home. Take beautiful pictures!

Things to Carry:

  • Spare Tyre along with a Tyre Jack & Reflective Triangle
  • Tyre Inflater & a Sealer
  • Car’s Manual
  • Car Repair Information
  • First Aid Kit
  • Torch Light / Flash Light
  • Multi Tool
  • Water bottles filled
  • Blanket
  • Paper Towels
  • Tissue Rolls
  • Umbrella
  • Shopping Bags
  • Pencil & Papers
  • USB Mobile Charger

How to change a Flat Tyre:

Follow these simple steps to fix the problem and be on your way in no time –

Find a safe spot to pull over. If you’re on the freeway, taking the next exit is the safest bet, even if you have to drive on a blown tyre. Otherwise, pull as far onto the shoulder as possible. Don’t park in the middle of a curve where approaching cars can’t see you. Also, choose a flat spot; jacking up your car on a slope can be a disaster. If you have a manual transmission, leave your car in gear. Be sure to set your parking brake!
Turn on your hazard lights. Get the jack, wrench, and spare tyre from the trunk(boot space) of the car and bring them over to the tyre that is flat. Use other tools or supplies, if needed.
Use the wrench to loosen the lug nuts. You may need to remove the hubcap. Don’t remove the lug nuts at this point; simply loosen them by turning the wrench to the left (counter-clockwise). If the lug nuts are really tight, try placing the wrench on the nut and standing on the wrench arm to use your full weight on it.
Use the jack to lift the vehicle off the ground. Different car models may have different places to put the jack; consult your owner’s manual for specific locations. Once the jack is securely in the correct spot, jack up the car until the tyre is about 6 inches off the ground.
Remove the lug nuts and pull the tyre off the car. Make sure to place the lug nuts in a pile that won’t get scattered, and pull the tyre straight toward yourself to remove it from the wheel base.
Place the spare on the car. Line up the lug nut posts with the holes in the spare, and push the spare all the way onto the wheel base until it can’t go any farther.
Put on the lug nuts. Don’t put them on tightly, just make sure they’re on enough for the spare to stay on the car for a moment.
Lower the car back to the ground. Use the jack to bring the car back down to ground level. Remove the jack from underneath the car.
Make sure the lug nuts are tightened. With the car back on the ground, you can now tighten the lug nuts. Rather than tightening them one by one in order, start with one lug nut, tighten it about 50%, move to the opposite nut (across the circle) and tighten that one about the same amount. Keep tightening opposite lug nuts gradually in turn until each lug nut is as tight as it can be.
Put your flat tyre and tools back in your trunk (Boot Space). Make sure you don’t leave anything on the side of the road.

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