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5 Major Road Trips That One Can Take from Delhi

5 places that anyone could visit from Delhi

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Hrishita Chatterjee
Hrishita Chatterjee
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INDIA: Delhi is the hub of cultural and historical sites that one could visit on a long weekend. However, one can also base themselves in the capital of India to visit places of eminence and grandeur for a mini escape.

Road trips provide ample scope for a tourist’s inner fulfillment, as they could as well serve as a spiritual escapade, opening up to amazing cities, towns, and landscapes, villages, and nature reserves.

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Here are the top 5 places that anyone could visit from the capital city for a brisk weekend getaway.

Best road trip locations from Delhi


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Located in Uttarakhand, Corbett provides a beautiful natural experience to wildlife enthusiasts, for whom the oldest national park, Jim Corbett, is a must visit. Jim Corbett is located around 238 km from Delhi, with November to February as the best time to visit.

The national parks in this place provide a wide range of activities like nature camping, trekking, angling and fishing, jeep safaris, etc. Some of the other places to visit here are the Corbett National Park, Garjiya Devi Temple, Corbett Museum, and Corbett Falls.

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Haryana’s serene hill station is located on the outskirts of Panchkula, which is 1,220 meters high. It give a stunning view of the small towns and hilly forests. The road trip from Delhi to Morni is beset with wonderful views of nature and an ascending landscape.

Morni is located approximately 258 kilometers from Delhi. Places to visit from this place are the Tikkar Taal, Morni Fort, Gurudwara Nada Sahib, and Adventure Park. One can enjoy the adventure camps with activities that involve zip lining, climbing, netting, trekking, etc.


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After a six-hour journey through rough roads that begin in the crowded cities, Kasauli would surely make the tiresome journey worth the wait. Located in Himachal Pradesh, 287 km from Delhi, Kasauli will provide the ideal situation in terms of weather and is never too populated.

Some of the places to visit in this area are Sunset Point, Monkey Point, Mall Road, Christ Church, and Gilbert Trail, with their plethora of churches, viewpoints, and nature trails.


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Located at a distance of 450 km from Delhi and in the heart of Punjab, Amritsar is famous for its Golden Temple, which is one of the world’s most sacred places for Sikhs. The food and the amicable nature of the Punjabis add glamour to the visit.

The best time to visit his place is from September to December and from February to March. Some of the most important attractions in the area are the Wagah Border, Jallianwala Bagh, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum, and Akal Takht.


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Old forts, religious shrines, and other royal structures endow the city with its pristine cultural magnanimity and awe, making it one of the most famous tourist destinations in India. Gwalior is located around 351 km from Delhi, with October to March and July to September as the best times to visit.

Some of the important places to visit in this area are Gwalior Fort, Jai Vilas Palace, Sas Bahu Temple, Man Singh Palace, Gwalior Zoo, and the Tomb of Tansen.

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