7 Road Trips from Delhi beyond 100 km
Vacations or long weekends call for chilling, relaxing, enjoying and indulging in something exciting. The residents of the nation’s capital, Delhi, are very much blessed as there are a lot of options beyond the borders of Delhi to plan enthralling road trips. Change the horizons to penetrate into the neighbouring states of Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh from Delhi. The options are endless for road trips from Delhi through paved and unpaved paths. The road trips will lead you to enchanting destinations with mind-blowing scenic beauties and tourist attractions. Dry desserts, lakes, rivers, snow-capped mountains, lush valleys, royal forts, and many more dot the perimeters of the national capital.
- Neemrana Fort Palace (147 km) – Neemrana is located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan and is an ancient historical town. Neemrana has gained popularity majorly due to the famous Neemrana Fort Palace, a heritage resort. It was once a fort palace back in the 15th century, later converted into a heritage hotel with world-class amenities. Staying in the Neemrana Fort Palace is in itself an epitome of grandeur. The hotel has successfully maintained the architectural splendour of the bygone era, which enthuses the guests.
- Mathura and Vrindavan (182 km) – Madurai is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna and Vrindavan is the village where Lord Krishna had grown up. With such a significant historical background, both Mathura and Vrindavan are sorted spiritual destinations from Delhi. Dozens of temples are dotted in Mathura and Vrindavan, flocked by innumerable tourists.
- Bharatpur (220 km) – Bharatpur is a small town in Rajasthan, rich in culture and heritage. It is a preferred location for bird watching destinations in Keoladeo Ghana National Park. Other major attractions encompass Lohargarh Fort, Deeg, Dholpur Palace, Band Baretha, Ganga Mandir, Laxman Mandir, Bharatpur Palace and Museum. Drive to Bharatpur and stay in a hotel for a day to cover the attractions.
- Jim Corbett National Park (243 km) – Here comes the place of interest for wildlife enthusiasts, who love to go for jungle safaris. A couple of day’s trip to Jim Corbett is one of the sorted road trips from Delhi, preferred mostly by friends and young couples. Hotel Booking in Jim Corbett has to be done well in advance, as the place is mostly crowded by visitors almost throughout the year.
- Agra (243 km) – Needless to mention, Agra is the home of one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Drive to Agra to first engross and admire the beauty of the enchanting Taj Mahal, considered as the supreme symbol of love. Head towards the majestic Agra Fort and take a guided tour of the fort palace to enrich yourself with the historical backdrop of the Agra Fort. You can drive back to Delhi on the same day.
- Lansdowne (281 km) – For those, seeking quietude and a break from the conundrum of the metro city, Lansdowne is the ideal driveway destination in Uttarakhand. It is considered one of the offbeat destinations with the scenic beauty weaved with oak and pine forests. Trekking, camping, and boating are available at Lansdowne. Some of the tourist attractions include Bhulla Lake, Tip-in-top, War Memorial, Snow View Point, St. Mary’s Church, etc.
- Kasauli (287 km) – To relax from the scorching heat of Delhi, an escape to the hill station Kasauli is a perfect plan by road. This quaint hill station is perched in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh. Apart from the gorgeous picturesque beauty of nature, tourist attractions in Kasauli include Gilbert Trail, Sunset Point, Sunrise Point, Christ Church, Gurkha Fort, Mall Road, etc.