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Rent A Bike: 6 Places To Visit On A Bike

Travelling is no longer restricted to going sightseeing and staying at different destinations. With the multitude of options, people nowadays have re-defined their travelling definition. India is a treasure trove of history, culture, and tantalising experiences. Whether you want to travel solo or in a group, India has an array of destinations to regale your wanderlust.

But while you travel along coastlines and nature’s beauty, ensure you pre-book a comfy accommodation during your road journey to rejuvenate your strength for the next day to continue with full enthusiasm and positive spirit. For such a purpose, you can book accommodations from some of the best family hotels in the places you visit. 

Let’s explore some thrilling destinations in India by bike to experience the country’s authentic and preserved beauty.

Visit the Most Adventurous Trails on a Bike

India has many trails that take you through snowy mountains, forests, valleys, and hills. But some of the best adventurous trails for on-bike travel include the following:

  Manali to Leh

The Manali to Leh trip is the best adventure you can have through the route of Manali, Sissu, and Raling, all the way to Leh. You can begin your trip after having a good rest at Manali hotels near Mall Road, and then you can take your route. Through the way, you can see the scenic beauty of the Himalayas. And you will also cross through passes such as Khardung La and Rohtang La on the route.

This serene oasis from Manali to Leh is perfect for solo travellers seeking tranquillity and picturesque mountains. The trail has mesmerising landscapes, snow-covered pinnacles, and amazing valleys. It is approximately 473 kilometres, and takes around 2 days on a bike to ride through the entire route.

  Shimla to Manali

The most instant trail option that comes to every person’s mind is the route from Shimla to Manali. You can start from Shimla after staying at a hotel in Shimla near Mall Road, and then head towards Mandi, Kullu, and finally, Manali. The entire trip can be completed within a day on the bike.

On your journey, you will ride alongside the Beas River, take a pause and appreciate the beauty of the landscape and witness the serene surrounding coming across the scenic views of the Deodar forests and snow-clad mountains. The distance between Shimla and Manali is approximately 249 kilometres. You can even ride toward Rohtang Pass to continue beyond Manali.

  Manali to Spiti Valley

Himachal Pradesh is full of panoramic trails. One such ideal journey is the Manali to Spiti route. It’s a breathtaking expedition that will take you through many mountain valleys and ranges. The route is quite easy to drive through, and it will take you through Batal, Chhatru, and Pangmo.

Since this trip is quite short compared to the other routes, you can also visit the places of top sightseeing in Spiti. One such ultimate destination is situated in the quaint Himalayan range. The route is renowned to the world’s highest post office, the Hikkim village of Spiti Valley. The post office is unarguably located in one of the highest altitudes in India, making it a must-view place when travelling on this trail. 

  Guwahati to Tawang

Discover another scenic ride through the Eastern terrains of India. The ride will take you through the outskirts of the Guwahati route, where you can capture stunning photos and soak in the location’s ambience.

From Guwahati, you will move to Bhalukpong, then to Dirang, and finally to Tawang. The entire route will take around a day. Besides, on reaching Dirang, you can also visit the LDL Buddhist Monastery. Moreover, during your ride to Tawang, observe the snow-capped ranges of the Himalayas. The entire route gives you a glimpse of the lush green surroundings. You can also pass through the famous Sela Pass to Tawang.

  Delhi to Agra

Regarded as the best city-side trail, riding through the Yamuna expressway, the journey commences from Delhi to Mathura and then from Mathura to Agra. It is one of the most delightful bike rides for riders. It gives the ultimate adrenaline rush that you expect in your journey. The expressway begins from Noida, and the trip will be approximately 238 kilometres.

While taking a break at Mathura, known as the sacred Krishna Bhoomi, you can taste the well-known Peda and experience the warm hospitality of the locals. This place makes a good option to spend a night. You can even book from some of the best budget-friendly family hotels in Mathura and replenish your energy for the upcoming journey.

  Kolkata to Digha

Digha is the coastal town of West Bengal and is mesmerising in its own right. When you start from Kolkata, the route will take you through Bagnan, Nandkumar, and Contai, and then you will reach Digha. The entire route will take approximately 4 to 5 hours. You can checkout through many scenic locations and some of its local restaurants offering traditional seafood and other cuisines.

Once you reach Digha, you can also book a family suite in Digha along the beachside and enjoy the chilly sunset winds. Book from the highly-rated family hotels in Digha through OYO Rooms, and once you have made your bookings participate in many fun activities, visit the local markets and cafes, and enjoy your trip to the fullest.


India has a diverse landscape of rich history, great monuments, assorted experiences, and vibrant culture. Hiring a rental bike and travelling through all these trails takes you toward self-discovery. Each destination has its own adventures and unique experiences. Hence, no matter where you go, pause and appreciate the beauty of the places, their historical significance and visit nearby attractions.

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