There are several tunnels in India that one must Travel Through once in a lifetime because they are simply extraordinary.
If one wants to stay away from heavy traffic of Swar Gate and wants to reach one of the India’s best Holiday destination i.e Mahabaleshwar then one must take Katraj Tunnel from Pune. Just wake up early in the morning and kick up your journey so that you can also avoid the In route pune Traffic.
The highest Railway in India and the second highest in the world is the Maliguda tunnel which is to be found close to the pictorial Maliguda village in Orissa.
This tunnel 33 is believed to be haunted by the ghost of Colonel Barog and is the longest tunnel in the Kalka - Shimla Railway with a length of 1143.61 m. At a velocity of 25 kilometers for every hour, trains take around 2.5 minutes to cross the passage. It is the straightest tunnel on the planet, which is associated with neighborhood stories and legends.
Rohtang Tunnel is the world's highest road tunnel slicing through the Himalayas, the Rohtang tunnel decreased the remoteness amongst Leh and Manali by somewhat more than 45 km. The 8.8 km-long two path street tunnel is the second longest street tunnel of the India and located at rise of 3,978 meters.
It is the Longest Tunnel on the Mumbai–Pune Expressway (officially known as the Yashwantrao Chavan Mumbai Pune Expressway. This tunnel was opened in April 2000 and the Mumbai-Pune (North) tube is 1,046 m and the Pune-Mumbai (South) tube is 1,086 m long respectively.
Pir Panjal railway tunnel is 11.25 km- long and it is India’s longest railway tunnel and Asia’s second longest railway tunnel which is situated on Jammu Tawi-Udhampur- Srinagar-Baramulla Railway Link. This tunnel is positioned on the highest mountain pass on the eastern Pir Panjal range of the Himalayas in jammu and Kashmir.