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Top 5 beautiful Cycle Route in India
<p>Cycle ride is a complete pleasure in itself. India might be crowded with buses, cars and other means of travel but the best way to explore the Incredible India is a bike ride cycle ride. There are some destinations where traveling by bicycle will be fun and adventurous. For all cycling enthusiasts, here are the top five scenic cycle route in India which one must explore.If you love cycling here is a list of <strong>Scenic cycle Routes in India</strong><br /> &nbsp;</p>
1.
Chennai to Pondicherry
<p>The highway from Chennai to Pondicherry is quite a beautiful route. Talking about the cycling route it is an adventurous one. This East Coast Road is spectacular as on one side you can see the sea. The beaches and the looming palm trees act as a stunning background to the highway. It is one of the easiest routes for the cycle lovers. This journey has a distance of 135 km and one can spot a iety of guesthouses where the travelers can rest. It usually takes two days to cover this track.<br /> &nbsp;</p>
2.
Mumbai to Daman
<p>Among the Coastal routes, the journey from Mumbai to Daman for cycle lovers is fabulous. Daman is a Union Territory which is situated on the border of Gujarat and Maharashtra. There are enjoyable cycling tours organized from Mumbai to Daman which one can be a part of. &nbsp;A lot of fun things are included in the tour like listening to music and eating food in between by taking halts. The level of cycling is medium and the total distance for this track is 180 km. It takes a period of more than two days to finish. Taking halt at some fort and beaches can increase the time to finish the journey.<br /> &nbsp;</p>
3.
Munnar to Coorg
<p>Kerala backwaters are a treasure. Cycling in this area can be the most incredible journey of your life. From the charismatic town, Munar to Coorg cycling journey is full of greenery around. One can spot beautiful tea and spice gardens on the way. From Coorg to Ooty and then Munnar the route has been d as the World&rsquo;s Ultimate Riding Wonder. This cycling trip is little long as it takes seven days to cover this trip. The background of dense forest Nilgiri Gills is also visible while cycling towards the destination.<br /> &nbsp;</p>
4.
Manali to Leh
<p>This is one of the most difficult and yet marvelous routes for the cycling lover. This route is not for people with a weak heart as you can face a lot of hindrance on your way. It takes fifteen days to complete the journey from Manali to Leh. The view of beautiful snowy mountains and the endless landscape will make you fall in love with this journey. For the adventure lovers being at the highest of the point of the destination will be like a dream come true because the serene beauty is just breathtaking.<br /> &nbsp;</p>
5.
Gangtok to Sikkim
<p>If cycling is your passion then journey from Gangtok to Sikkim is a must for you. In the North Eastern part of India, there are many beautiful cycling routes but the journey from Gangtok to Sikkim will not disappoint you too.&nbsp;&nbsp;The route will be going from The Nathula Pass, a place which is near to the India-China Border. This way is usually used by army people. It will take two days to finish and the difficulty level will be quite high. So going to Sikkim from Gangtok will be the most pleasing journey of your life.<br /> Thus, now is the time to plan your journey to these enthralling cycling routes and explore the beauty hidden over there.&nbsp;<br /> &nbsp;</p>
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