Mumbai to Goa
It takes about 10 hours and 30 minutes without stoppages. The other route is via NH 66 and takes about 12 hours. The first one starts with Mumbai-Pune Expressway, covers Kolhapur and Belgaum, and concludes in Goa.
Visakhapatnam to Chennai
This nearly 15 hours bus journey along NH16 is paradise in itself. You can immerse yourself in the peaceful habitats and let your favourite travel song breathe life to all your travel dreams. This road less travelled often ends in paradise.
Bengaluru to Ooty
This is one of the best bus journeys down south. This is only a brief and incomplete description of what to expect on this 6 hour bus ride.
Srinagar to Udhampur
It is a 7 hour journey, which is greenery and a pollution-free environment. This bus trip a serene and calm experience. Food from the dhabas along the way add to the charm of this journey which will you miss it after the journey end.
Delhi to Leh
The journey takes about 29 hours but it is undoubtedly worth it. The true glory of untouched topography in India and is accompanied by majestic views of monasteries and natural wonders.
Jaipur to Jaisalmer
This year might take 9 hours 40 minutes trip, Peacocks could pay you a welcome visit. Well-maintained roads and the picturesque sand dunes that make frequent appearances on the way are delightful to watch.
Manali to Leh Highway
The journey lasts for only 14 hours (without stoppages). This is Bollywood’s favourite road trip. The snow laden peaks that accompany you easily drive you into a heavenly world.
Guwahati to Tawang
This 14 hour bus trip is essentially a highlight reel of the northeast. The sharp and sceinitic valley you can enjoy the icredible nature here. The geographical terrains is mesmerising to work.
Shimla to Manali
The journey between two of the most popular hill stations in India would take approx. 8 hours in bus. However, looking outside the window into open skies and breezy mountainsides would help you find peace conveniently. You can also find as River Beas tramps along.
Chennai to Munnar
A 12-hour bus ride drives you from the sunny beach sides of Tamil Nadu into the clouds thronging the tea gardens of Munnar. Even the plains that the bus crosses are simple yet elegant and leave an unforgettable impression in the minds of every traveller.
Bus and Bollywood
Buses have been such a big part of the Indian culture that they have been repeatedly used in Indian cinemas. The most prominent use might be the 1972 movie Bombay to Goa starring Amitabh Bachhan, that was shot entirely based on a bus journey from Bombay (now Mumbai) to Goa.
A film by the same name was made in 2007, again based on a bus ride from Mumbai to Goa. Another big multi starrer movie to be based on a bus tour from Mumbai to Goa is Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd. Buses and bus tours have been featured in many of the regional films as well.
Even songs and sequences have frequently choreographed inside buses and on the top of buses. Movies like Kick, Commando and even movies from the earlier days like Nayak have great fight sequences based on buses.