Most Beautiful International Drives You Can Drive Around the World
For the last two years, the entire world has been locked in their houses. But the traveller's soul never wants to hold back. With limited options to travel interstate or internationally, one finds alternative ways to relive the thrill of travelling.
Worry not anymore, as we bring you the most melon sunsets, bright blue seas, emerald mountains, burnt caramel sands, with the help of in depth research and our experience in travelling around the world, to take a ride around the world's
US Route 66
The legendary highway route connecting Chicago and Los Angeles, passing through 8 States running across 2400 miles, embodies American culture. The Mojave Desert represents the complete Pantone colour palettes, including sepia, peach blossom, and chicory coffee. If you are at the right place at the right time, you will be lucky enough to witness the sky turning into yellow hues with a tangerine accent. The entire trip takes almost three weeks so it is necessary to be well resourced.
The Gobi desert, Mongolia
The Gobi desert is in the capital of Mongolia Ulaanbaatar. The desert is surrounded by sand dunes, cliffs, and valleys across its stretch. On a week-long track, one can have camel cheese to the content of the heart. The Gobi desert is one of Asia's largest deserts and a site of historic dinosaur remains. The scenery looks like a painting with the shades of moonstone, siblings, turtledove wings, and a dash of chalky ash.
South Island Highway, New Zealand
This is the ultimate heaven for everyday travel out there as the New Zealand South Island not only because it showcases bungee jumping, skydiving, and canyon jumping. A drive amidst the South Island highways wrapped in mountains and volcanoes is a visual treat. It's a two to three-week journey. You can experience the highlands in all their use, from light grey to black monotone to ash grey. In addition, the serpentine roadways are a combination of cardamom seed colour and light grey. It seems like a picture playing with every mountain shade in the book.
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Salar de Uyuni, stretching across a length of almost 4,000 miles, is one of the world's biggest Salt Pan, also known as Bolivian salt flats. A blanket of salt breaks throughout the drought, revealing a tapestry of blue quartz, pale blue, muted purple and bluish specks. During the wet season, the salt desert becomes an eternal mirror of human reflection. A gaze up to the sky reveals a painting in the shades of a banana pancake. It is best to make the journey through the salt flat with the four-wheel-drive vehicle or consult locals as they are the best tour guides.
Iceland Ring Road
Did someone just play 'Colour Decay'? With the song in the background, the 825 mile, long Iceland ring road cannot be a mess. The route travels past Marshall Islands waterfall slopes with flowing waterfalls and coastlines. The sky is aesthetically beige and pink. The green mountains are filled with dark purple and pastel blue summits, magnificent to watch. The place can be visited any time across the year, but it is best to take a vacation in the summer.
Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway
In Norway, the Atlantic Road is popularly known as the road in the ocean. Close your eyes and imagine a landscape with opal, lemon yellow, and bright purple splashed across it. With curves and descents over the approaching waves, it is nothing less than a roller coaster. It is recommended to drive slowly for the entire stretch of 5 miles while stopping at specifically selected areas to breathe in the scenery and the salty air. However, if the five miles is not long enough for you then move on to the seven bridges.