With monsoon hitting every city in India, it’s time to enjoy the chill breeze. Planning a trip in winter on bike experiencing the cold wind, freezing weather, feeling the nature closely is just miraculous. One should never miss a chance of travelling on a bike when the destinations are exotic and adventurous. Bike trips are often exciting when planned with group of friends, colleagues or cousins. You need to have company that shares same passion, interest like yours. Indian roads are not so safe to plan a road trip; however, these destinations cannot be skipped. We are not just talking about road biking; we are also sharing destination where you can go for a mountain biking. There are certain precautions one has to take while planning a bike trip on the rugged roads of India.
I have travelled many places on bike and when it comes to my birth land there are certain places I personally feel should be explored only on bike. My friends say Sanjeet Veen is a travel enthusiast but has never felt so divine and blessed until this road trip happened to me.
North-East India- The unexplored part of India away from commercial culture still bestowed its beauty in the arms of nature in one place which has to be explored on bike. During winter times, most of these places are covered with snow. Hence you have to keep an eye on the weather. If you are worried about food, then you are going to the most amazing foods that one has ever tasted.
North east states are famously called as Seven Sisters of India. Most of these areas are covered with rough and rocky passages with dense vegetation, rich fauna and breathe taking views.
If you are planning a bike ride to cover entire north east, it will take least r 15 -20 days. There are few places in North East which can be enjoyed while travelling through a bike.
From Assam to Meghalaya, one should visit the mighty Brahmaputra, following a break at Kaziranga National Park to enjoy the wildlife and involve in few adventurous activities like trekking.
On the way to Meghalaya, you will be coming across beautiful waterfalls and dense forests, with beautiful villages where again you can take some breathe to enjoy the culture and traditions of the local people. Meghalaya is excellent destination for landscape photography. The village offers some exotic foods and delicious cuisines one must explore for sure.
From Nagaland to Arunachal Pradesh is another amazing journey. Moving towards Nagaland after a break in Meghalaya will energize your spirits. Nagaland is comprised of toughest terrains mountains and hilly areas. You get a chance for mountain biking while passing through Nagaland. Best aspect of Nagaland is the swinging bridges, indo-China border and the magnificent temples. Throughout the trip most of your time is spent in Assam and Nagaland. Rest of the places are famous for its dense forests, hills and mountains but Nagaland and Assam have unique for tourism attractions. Ending up with Arunachal Pradesh, you can relax by spending some time in Buddhist monastery, river rafting and little shopping spree.