Last minute guide to the ultimate weekend getaway
Delhiites can embark on a 5-hour journey, down the winding roads of NH-58 and let loose in Dehradun. A great place to escape the October heat and let your hair down and relax. Adventure junkies can indulge in a little trekking, hiking and skiing.
Bikers, take a ride down the colonial retreat of Yelagiri. This quaint little town surrounded by hills is a popular destination for bikers and offer some of the best trekking trails through thick forests interlaced with sweet water streams and
This is a trip to Pelling, you should take just to experience the journey. Drive through the gorgeous valleys and mountains as you head out from Darjeeling. The journey should take over just 3-hours but it has plenty to offer. Stop over at Kalimpong
Don’t be mistaken, this is not Australia but one of the few hidden gems in Maharashtra, Tarkarli. With clear waters and untouched beaches, this is one place you can lounge at without being disturbed. 9-hours (from Mumbai) are all it’ll take be
Pack your sun block and flip-flops and drive down to Goa. The land of sun, sand and merriment awaits you. Leave the busy city of Mumbai behind and take the 9-hour drive down NH-17 and reach Goa in time to catch the beautiful sunset.
If the bustling Bangalore life compels you to take a vacation to a lonely place, then we suggest you take the 5-hour drive to the 'Scotland of India' - Coorg. Amazing local food, rolling coffee plantations and fresh air, are just some of the things
Head on down to the lazy city of Pondicherry and just be. Breathe in the architecture of the old standing French colonies and enjoy the scenic beauty over food and drink. Don’t bother filling up the gas tank, just take the winding road from Chennai
The popularity of Munnar as the most favoured summer tourist spot dates back to the colonial days. Let the wheels roll through smooth roads of Bangalore and drive up to enjoy your piece of heaven. The 10-hour journey will be worth it!
The golden sands beckon! Drive on highways as smooth as butter and watch desert life pass by. The route from Jaipur to Jaisalmer is dotted with colourful small villages and towns that will welcome you with open arms.