Top 7 Beautiful cycling places in India

Top 7 Beautiful cycling places in India

India is a country which has beautiful natural sceneries. The country is full of greenery and has many destinations which can provide you with the best time for your vacations. Exploring Bharat on a bicycle can be a memorable trip. There are many beautiful cycling places in India that are listed best in the world. They not only offer you a chance to experience the nature at its best but also rejuvenate. So listed below are the famous cycling routes which will help you have a wonderful time  

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1. Kochi to Backwater

Backwaters are very much famous for its beauty.  The route from Kochi to Backwaters will be a magnificent experience. The journey will take five days to complete. On your way, you will watch unevenly spread backwaters, lush coconut trees and small villages which are a delight in itself. You won’t face difficulty while cycling as the track is a smooth one.

2. Somnath to Diu

This route is enclosed by the coconut trees. The sight is simply marvelous and you can spot cash crops even. Adding more amusement to the journey is the sea which runs all along. The water which surrounds you makes you feel worth taking this journey It will take three days to reach the finish. There might be little difficulty on your way.

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3. Rameshwaram

One of the beautiful cycling route in India is in Rameshwaram. Those who say India is not better than foreign countries have surely not visited Rameshwaram. This cycle route is an eye pleasing one. The blue water on the both sides will leave you amazed. This cycling route will take five days to complete and some amount of difficulty can be faced during the journey.

4. Mangalore to Goa

Mangalore to Goa

Another most beautiful cycling route in India is from Mangalore to Goa. Have you ever dreamt of riding by the sea? If yes then this route is the perfect for the ride. Traveling through the villages of Maravanthe on NH-17 will leave you awestruck.  During your journey you will see the Maravanthe beach on one side and Suparnika river on the other side of the river. To reach the finish there will be some difficulty and it will take six days to complete it.

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5. Leh to Khardung La

Leh to Khardung La

From Leh to Khardung La is the world’s highest motorable road. Cycling through these hills will be too much fun.  This journey will be the most difficult one to experience and it will take two days to complete it. After completion, you will surely feel that you have made a big achievement.

6. Bhalunkpong to Tawang

Bhalunkpong to Tawang

This cycling route in India is for the “Khatron ke Khiladi” people.  This route is very dangerous and you will see many forests and hills on your way. This ride is for the experts and it takes seven days to complete it. The one with faint hearted should not try this cycling track.

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7. Mumbai to Trivandrum

Mumbai to Trivandrum

Going through NH- 17 will be pleasurable. You desire to see the magical forest or the immaculate beaches will be fulfilled on your way to Trivandrum from Mumbai. You can start from Mumbai and go on till Mangalore. Even you can take a longer route which will be a treasure to complete. The journey will have little troubles as it is a longer route. To finish you will need 15 days which is quite a huge period.

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