Posts for Road Trips Category


Road Trips - GoroadTrip - March 10, 2021

box truck camper

If you like traveling from place to place, you need the right vehicle. A good vehicle is essential to make your journey comfortable. And, what’s better than campervans to suit your traveling as well as your accommodation needs? Now, you might know that campervans come at a hefty price. So, most people can’t afford them. There is, however, a cheaper alternative. One can turn a box truck into a fully functional campervan if they are creative enough. You can buy a used box truck at an affordable price and design its interior like the finest campervan. In this article, we will discuss how to build a box truck camper from the scratch. Continue Reading

Continue Reading

Best Wild Camping Spots Across Europe and Other Travel Tips

Road Trips, Wild life & Conservation - GoroadTrip - January 26, 2021

wild camping

Wild camping, as we all know, is a cheap ticket to nature’s call. If you have a motorhome, probably you are planning to hit the road soon. Traveling becomes much easier on a motorhome. No bills to pay, to rules to follow. Most importantly you can plan you’re trip as per your wish.

If owning a motorhome is out of the question, renting one is the next best option in touring places like Iceland. A fully furnished 4×4 camper rental offers the same flexibility and freedom for a budget-friendly price. Next on your research will be the weather, road conditions, and designated campsites.

Before you hit the road, here is everything that you would need to know about wild camping on a motorhome. We have also suggested a few of our favorite wild camping spots across Europe. Read on to make the best itinerary. Continue Reading

Continue Reading

How to Plan a Group Road Trip

Blog, Road Trips - GoroadTrip - November 20, 2018

While many of us prefer to travel alone or with a close friend, there is something about a group road trip that tends to put a smile on anyone’s face. A road trip has the potential to become one of the best experiences of your life and go down in family history as the trip that changed your life. And while the people you are traveling with matter a lot, there are several other things that can make or break a proper road trip. So, in case you haven’t planned such a trip before and feel that you could use some help with it, here is a list of tips and tricks that you should keep in mind so you can all have the time of your lives.

How to Plan a Group Road Trip


The most important part of a road trip is the choice of vehicle. Depending on your group’s size, you can rent a minivan, a camper, a bus or even a car. Make sure to assess how much space your group requires and get a bus rental price quote to see if it is within your budget. Then you can decide whether people from your group will drive the vehicle themselves or you need to hire a driver too. This way, every one of you can relax and connect over good trip music and bad gas station pizza on the way.

Map out your journey

To make your journey hassle free, make sure you map out the route you’re going to take on your road trip beforehand. Also, make sure to take a look at all the alternative routes that lead to your destination. And don’t forget to keep a GPS device or a physical map on you the entire time.

Planning accommodations

Once you decide what route you’re taking for your journey, make sure to look up motels or hotels along the way in case you want to sleep under a roof for a night. Many groups prefer to camp though, so it would also be wise to look at any possible camping locations along the way. Make sure to pack all the important camping gears and you are ready to spend the night bonding around a bonfire, s’mores and some silly old ghost stories.

Choose pit stops

Choosing resting spots where you can stretch your legs, take a bathroom break and recharge is a very important part of a road trip too. Sure, there will be some hotels and petrol pumps along the way, but it doesn’t hurt to check where they are on the route. So if there’s an emergency, you will have an idea about where you can stop. Also, make sure everyone saves the numbers of hospitals and emergency services on their phones.

Choosing sites to see along the way

Choosing the best attractions to stop at along the way may seem like a very easy task but things aren’t always the way they seem. For each spot you choose, you need to take into account the entry fees, the opening and closing times, the average time required to tour the place, parking facilities etc. You need to also be careful to choose things that everyone in the group can enjoy.


Take into account how much each person will be able to comfortably spend before deciding on the average budget. Make sure to discuss everything with your group before starting on the bookings. When you are renting a vehicle, you need to also take into account the money that will be spent on gas refills. If you plan on booking hotels for a few nights, make sure that the prices complement your budget. Also, include the money that will be spent on refreshments for the entire group and make sure to keep a few hundred bucks aside as emergency money.

Plan distractions

After everything is said and done, it is not only the pit stops and comfortable transportations that make a group trip successful. It is also your responsibility to make sure everyone has fun. So, when the playlist is on its third loop and the radio is just plain boring, playing a few road trip games will cheer everyone up and make sure that all of you have the time of your lives. If you need some ideas, here are a few options you can check out.

Continue Reading


Blog, Road Trips - GoroadTrip - September 28, 2018

Consider this article as a tribute to all those times when you planned a road trip with your friends back in school but it never actually happened. Road trips sound marvellous, don’t they? Ever moving to a strange destination, trying the food and learning the culture of all the places that fall on the way there. It is exciting. And it is not just the destination but the journey that matters. Many a person has called their first road trip life-changing. The people, the special road trip music, the bad pizza everyone shares at some roadside place in the middle of nowhere- everything about a road trip is different and exciting. And while the urge to throw all plans out of the window is overwhelming, there is still a little bit of preparation involved. Use a camera like this, carry that, don’t forget a portable charger – the usual. Continue Reading

Continue Reading

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.

Continue Reading