Mumbai to Darjeeling

Long Trail

Motorcycle Tour Guide Mumbai To Darjeeling

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  • Type of Bike Required:

    An off-road bike that can sustain the mountainous road condition

  • Cuisine:

    Darjeeling offers a variety of cuisines to its visitors such as Tibetan, Sikkimese, Bengali, Nepali, Thai, and much more.

  1. Mumbai-Indore-Lucknow-Darbhanga-Darjeeling Via NH52 and NH27

    2308 kms

    Approx. 44 Hours

  2. Mumbai-Indore-Sagar-Faizabad-Darbhanga-Darjeeling Via NH27

    2261 kms

    Approx. 46 Hours

  3. Mumbai-Indore-Chandauli-Muzaffarpur-Darjeeling Via NH52


    Approx. 46 Hours

‘The Land of Tea’, Darjeeling, is one of the most beautiful hill stations of Eastern India. Being a hill station it has some of the most eye-catching and luring sunrise and sunset points. The city dwelled on mountains has a very pleasing and soothing climate. There are many locations to give a visit to Darjeeling such as Tiger Hill, Rock Garden, Batasia Loop, Japanese Peace Pagoda, Ghoom Monastery, Happy Valley Tea Estate, and lots more. India’s highest and world’s third highest peak, Mount Kanchenjunga, is visible from Darjeeling. Darjeeling is famous for its food preparations like Thukpa, Momos, Aloo Dum, Nepali Thali, and so on. The destination has an influence of Nepali, Sikkimese, Tibetan, and Bengali in its culture. The city is famous for its lush green tea gardens and estates. It is famous for its ‘Darjeeling Tea’.

Let Us Explore Some of The Routes to Reach Darjeeling.

  • Starting point: Mumbai
  • Ending point: Darjeeling
  • Via: NH52 and NH27
  • Distance: 2308 km
  • Duration: approx 44 hrs

The following route to Darjeeling passes through national highways 52 and 27. The roads are smooth and hassle-free. A rider can take a halt at Nashik, and savor some Tea and Hot Vada Pav or Misal. The route further passes through the city of Indore. The city of magical monuments and temples has a lot on the list to offer its visitors. Indore is famous for its Poha and Imarti, a snack one won’t refuse to give a try to.

  • Starting point: Mumbai
  • Ending point: Darjeeling
  • Via: NH27
  • Distance: 2261 km
  • Duration: approx 46 hrs

The route following up NH27 crosses via various cities of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and Bihar. The routes through these states are without any obstacles and disturbing patches. The routes in Bihar may be a bit disturbing for the rider due to the broken patches of road at few points.

  • Starting point: Mumbai
  • Ending point: Darjeeling
  • Via: NH52
  • Distance: 2231 km
  • Duration: Approx 46 hrs

The route passes through NH52 to reach Darjeeling. The long ride to the destination permits a biker to enjoy the most and experience pure biking on a good stretch of 2231 kilometers. The route is an obstacle free one and turns out to be cliffy from Siliguri.

The route passes through numerous cities as the starting point and the destination of the journey are at the opposite end of each other. The various states and cities included in the way to Darjeeling have their own charm, spice, history, and cuisine too. Lucknow takes pride in its numerous monuments and monuments with beautiful architecture. This Nawabi city is popular for treating its visitors in the most royal manner, a perfect spot to take a halt from a strenuous journey. It is a food paradise and a location to be loved the most by foodies. Food items like Biryani, Kebabs, Gulab Jamuns, Firni, and many more such delicacies are the pride of this Nawabi City.

The cities of Madhya Pradesh Rewa, Damoh, Varanasi, and many more offer a lot of locations for a tourist visit. Varanasi is also called the city of ghats. Being a spiritual and holy city of India is has a numerous number of temples and religious locations. People from all over the world visit Varanasi to have a glimpse of the beautiful aartis held in dusk during evenings. The food palette of Varanasi is a variety of scrumptious flavors and delights. One can never go by with low enthusiasm through this state.

Hope BforBiker provided some useful information to the bikers heading to ‘The city of Tea’.