Hardcore Road Trips for Travel Junkies. This List is Not for the Fainthearted

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Nitin: You feel like a free-spirit. Nothing beats the experience of discovering Leh and re-discovering yourself.

Pitstop 1: Drass War Memorial

Pitstop 2: Suru Valley

Where to eat: Hotel Shangrila

And if you feel like staying back overnight: Carvan Sarai Hotel

Vishal Gupta: Located on a hill, the terrace offers beautiful views of the mountains, river and city. The room we got was a spacious, clean and with hot water. They prepare delicious food. We asked to serve dinner in the room, and we had breakfast while enjoying views of the mountains.

May temperatures: Around 5°C

Distance: 210 km

Route: via NH 1D

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Ashwani Aggarwal: Asia's most adventurous road way! The sand-soil-green-brown-white-grey with contrasting mountains you will encounter while climbing it on wheels.

Pitstop 1: Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden, Srinagar

Pitstop 2: Dal Lake, Srinagar

Where to eat: Mughal Darbar

And if you feel like staying back overnight: Zamrud Hotel, Srinagar

Baljit Singh: Very nice views of Dal lake. Location, property, service, and climate all were very good in Srinagar. Best for a halt. It's very good to stay. Service was good enough. Ample parking space. Food was good. View was very good. Lift facility was there. 3 Star facilities were there.

May temperatures: Around 18°C

Distance: 202 km

Route: via Drass

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Sofea Hakim: The best way to travel is to go by road as the roads are good and very scenic. We had food from a local dhaba and had tea, which was made of sattu.

Pitstop: Patnitop, Udhampur

Where to eat: Pine View Hotel & Restaurant

And if you feel like staying back overnight: Hotel Singh Axis

Sandeep: It is nice place. Not so good not so bad, only good. We are stayed there in night. There service are nice. Views are so so. It is nice for friends. It is nice for family. Nice hotel. Its was nice too good not so bad. Thank you so much. Great place, nice view.

May temperatures: Around 32°C

Distance: 230 km

Route: via NH1A

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Yogesh: It’s an amazing drive experience between Pune and Goa. Satara is fantastic. The roads are clean and are in fantastic condition. The only thing you need to remember is take a right from hotel Kaveri once you pass Kolhapur, this will take you through the Amboli Ghat, which has some amazing nature trails. The route is safe for travelling during the day as well as night.

Pitstop 1: Kaas Lake

Pitstop 2: Amboli Ghat

Where to eat: Kanase Dhaba

And if you feel like staying back overnight: The Tubki Resort

Vineet Kumar: Excellent hotel. Very vear to Patnem (2 mins walk), Palolem (1.5 km). Good value for money. Other visitors were mostly from Russia and UK. Breakfast was average but very good WiFi and prompt reception is very big plus. Highly recommended for families to try for 2-3 days stay rather than 1. Cover beaches like Patnem, Palolem, Rajaram, Agonda. Still Patnem is the best and very close to the resort. And yes the resort is very safe.

May temperatures: Around 30°C

Distance: 450 km

Route: via NH4

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Nilesh Deshpande: Scenic beauties, dangerous haphazard turns and friendly people greeting you all the way from Tezpur to Tawang.

Pitstop: Bomdila Monastery

Where to eat: Himalaya restaurant

And if you feel like staying back overnight: Hotel Gakyi Khang Zhang

Rachit Mittal: It's probably one of the best place to stay in Tawang, its very close to Monastery, but little far from town centre (We still manage to walk, so not that far). They have decent rooms with heater (which is a must). They have a restaurant and they serve food in room as well, one needs to order 20-30 mins in advance, they are prompt to call and remind you for that.

May temperatures: Around 15°C

Distance: 325 km

Route: via NH229

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