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Isn’t it simply mind-numbing, the grind of traffic, deadlines and the humdrum of day-to-day? This summer, for that much-needed break, get on to a bus with friends and family & be driven away from the hurly burly of day to day. No hassle of trains, planes and yes, none of the cramped feeling of being cooped up in a car or the stress of self-driving either!

Breathe in the fresh air of the countryside and let your cares fall away as you gaze out at the landscape. Take a few minutes to connect with your inner self. Great therapy on the move! And when solitude’s done, return to enjoy your time-together with your near and dear ones. Or start a conversation with your co passengers – guaranteed de-stress!

Confused about where to go? Check out our list of popular road trip destinations to take you out of Bangalore. And here’s the icing on the cake: We are offering special holiday discount on Bus Booking –  50% SuperCash + vouchers worth ₹800.

Mangalore (352 km): The drive to the coastal town is laced with swaying coconut plantations, architectural splendors, the beauty of the Western Ghats and pristine beaches.


Hyderabad (586 km) :Speed along in a relaxing long drive through the fabulous four-lane Bangalore-Hyderabad highway. Gear up to enjoy the buzz of history in the City of Nizams and enjoy the scrumptious biryani.


Chennai (346 km): The broad roads of the Golden Quadrilateral make for a velvet-smooth drive of six hours. Check to see if you can make a quick stopover at Ambur to fill up on the delicious local biryani.


Ooty (277 km): Meandering through picturesque landscapes and wildlife reserves to the welcome cool of the hills…A delightful journey, best enjoyed by the window seat.


Goa (560 km): Yes, it’s a long one, but one that will rejuvenate you, and maybe lead to interesting friendships. The terrain changes dramatically as you travel through the Western Ghats to be welcomed by the salty, humid air of Goa.


Coimbatore (356 km): Board a morning bus and sit back to enjoy the smooth drive, looking out at the charming low hills across the skyline of a clear summer day.


Pune (844 km): The NH7 is one of the best in the country. It’s worth it, even if you need to do this in parts. Hop on, sit back and give yourself up to the pleasures of travelling on the broad scenic road into Maharashtra.



So take the plunge, get set for the break in a bus! Book Now

Check for more bus booking offers on MobiKwik

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