SUV Self-Drive Car for Your Offbeat Road Trips in India
Posted by Avis on April 27, 2020|
Travel is all about discoveries. You won’t find them in the tourist’s maps, but when you take a deep dive in these offbeat locations, you find the difference. You escape the city crowd, explore raw natural beauty & cultures, and get to learn many new things.
You may be one of those travelers who always looks for the roads less taken. But you will be surprised to know that there are some offbeat road trips in India that never appeared on your vacation list.
Most of the time, these destinations get overlooked in the throng of famous destinations. However, these offbeat road trips in India aren’t short in thrill & excitement. These give you a pleasant and incredible experience as they are usually away from the hustle of over-tourism. Vacations in these fewer known locations are truly memorable if only taken carefully.
Most of the offbeat trips will take you through small cities and unfamiliar paths. So, you need a ride that can handle everything that’s thrown in its way. Be it with the family or your valentine, offbeat road trips in India demand an SUV for a smooth journey.
If an SUV car is the first thing you need to plan a self-drive on these offbeat roads then we have you covered. You can hire a Self Drive Scorpio, XUV 500, or Innova car rental from AVIS. With transportation sorted, it’s time to check out some of the best offbeat road trips in India.
Top five destinations for Offbeat road trips in India
1. Khajjiar (Himachal Pradesh)
This mini Switzerland of India is an unexplored beauty away from the touristy towns of Himachal Pradesh. This place is blessed with natural beauty and is covered with hills, lakes, and meadows. You don’t need to plan your Itinerary; the beauty of this place can keep you enthralled for long hours ensuring you have a blissful vacation, especially the snowy winters. Besides, adventurous sports like paragliding, horse-riding, and zorbing are available to keep you busy.
2. Tadoba (Maharashtra)
This wildlife destination in the Indian state of Maharashtra is known as the Jewel of Vidarbha. The Tadoba town is famous for its Tadoba National Park, Tadoba Tiger Reserve, Tadoba Lake, Moharli, and Khosla village. It is the largest and one of the best Tiger Reserves of Maharashtra. This place is heaven for wildlife lovers and you can easily go for safaris in your Innova car rental within the jungle.
3. DevPrayag (Uttarakhand)
If you are looking for a pilgrimage trip, this destination is perfect for your next offbeat road trips in India. Devprayag is a place of Holy Union of two sacred rivers, Bhagirathi and Alaknanda. You can also plan visits to surrounding holy places on the same trip. Moreover, you can also suffice your adventurous desires by indulging in activities like river rafting, trekking, Kayaking, Rock climbing, and so on.
4. Hemis (Jammu & Kashmir)
Jammu & Kashmir is undoubtedly one of the most visited tourist destinations in the country. But very few know that a place called Hemis exists here. Hemis is a beautiful place in Ladakh surrounded by snow-capped mountains.
The famous Monastery, Hemis Gompa is worth visiting. This place also has something for wildlife lovers – the Hemis National park which is home to the Snow Leopards. If you can capture them, you won’t ask for anything else on this trip.
5. Majuli (Assam)
A beautiful island located on the banks of Brahmaputra river is the largest river island in the world. The island covers an area of 420 square kilometers. You can enjoy your self-drive in Innova car rental till Jorhat, after which you have to park your vehicle and take a ferry to access the Majuli island. This is one of the best offbeat road trips you can take in India. The local festivals and cuisine here will leave you awestruck and keep you coming back for more.
Were these destinations ever on your checklist? Don’t wait anymore, get connected with AVIS car rental services, book an SUV car, and plan your next vacation soon. These offbeat road trips in India are something every traveler should experience at least once a lifetime. Don’t forget to share your experience in the comment section. Happy Exploring!