Car Rent for India Road Trips, Himachal Road Trip

  • Spend Time

    2 to 10 Days

  • Best Time To Visit

    October to March

  • Timings

    8 Am to 7 Pm

Himachal Road Trip

Himachal, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand Etc

Car Rent for India Road Trips

India being the heritage of divinity, culture, prestige have the world’s most beautiful scenic beauties. Nothing more invigorating and thrilling than a road trip with your friends among those beauties. Road trips have a lot more advantages you can think of such as customizing your own itinerary and follow what your heart wants. One can choose its own car for the travels or else they can rent out a car from Japji Travel. The fares depend upon various factors such as type of car (SUV, Hatchback, Sedan), length of the journey, number of days, etc.

Some of the most exciting and spectacular road trips are:-

  • Chandigarh to Bir Billing
  • Delhi to Shimla
  • Himanchal road trip
  • Delhi to Kasol, Kheerganga
  • Delhi to Spiti valley


Chandigarh to Bir Billing

The journey from Chandigarh to Bir Billing is just about 282 kms which is around 7h 50min if you choose to take NH503. Bir Billing is situated between Joginder Nagar and Baijnath. It has one of the most breathtaking views ever. It is awfully famous for its paragliding amidst the scenic beauties. The best time around the year to visit Bir is usually March to June and October to February.


Delhi to Shimla

Anyone with a passion for photography will absolutely fall in love with the scenic settings of Shimla. It is the off-the-charts one of the most fulfilling destination. Delhi to Shimla is around 342kms by road which takes approximately 7h 30min by NH44 and NH5. Shimla has a hint of colonial charm to it. You can expect snowfall in peak winter season which is truly blissful. The best time to visit is around March to June and around September which is the optimal time.

Himachal Road trip

Himachal is a culturally rich hill station with the most splendid views. Himachal has always seen a strong Tibetan presence. There are various monasteries, temples, museums, etc. There are many hill stations in Himachal such as Shimla, Dharamshala, Manali, Chail, Mcleodganj, Kasauli and the list goes on. There is a minimum of 10-12 day trip for a whole Himachal road trip. This trip starts from Delhi and ends at Delhi. The trip goes something like Delhi- Srinagar- Kargil- Ladakh- Manali- Delhi. This whole journey is filled with one of the most picturesque views ever. Someone with an eye for natural beauties will definitely get a hang for it. It is surreal but an alluring experience. It is however recommended to travel by an SUV because of its larger boot and leg space also it has got better suspension than most hatchbacks and sedans. It will check most of your bucket list, prove to be a dream destination travelling amidst snow, and covering all the best tracks that ever exist. You can also plan a small bike tour on the track around Leh – Srinagar. It is one of the most thrilling experience ever. This journey will cover around 2245 kms whole but surely would feel less.

Delhi to Kasol, Kheerganga

One of the most stunning trips is Delhi to Kasol. Kasol is situated in Parvati Valley which is surrounded by alpine trees and this eccentric place is very famous amongst the tourists. You can also indulge in a small trek from Kasol to Chalal which is also known as “Little Amsterdam” and ravish some authentic Israeli cafes. One can also enjoy the natural hot springs known as Manikaran and then relish the stargazing at night with bonfire lit and some mellow tunes. After that is the most famous trek Kheerganga which is situated at an altitude of 9700 ft. which is located deep in the Parvati valley. This place is spellbound and you can also set up a campsite for a stay. It is also said that this place was the home of Lord Shiva. It surely will satisfy the travel bug inside of you. This trip is around 12 hours long covering a distance of 511kms. 

Delhi to Spiti valley   

This is a type of place which is recommended to travel with friends. There are usually 2 routes to choose to reach to Spiti valley from Delhi. One is via Shimla and the other is via Manali. This is the trip as in one of the most exclusive trips ever which will not leave from your memories in a long time. It is one of those trips which takes you through so many changing landscapes, weather, roads, and trees. The route with the Shimla is around 370kms so and so it takes 1 day to reach whereas one with Manali is around 540kms and both of them won’t disappoint you. The best time recommended for you to visit is in summers and late winters when it is covered with heavy snow. Also, the road condition from Delhi to Spiti valley is almost good.


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