Locations that are perfect for road trips

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It’s not the destination that matters, but the journey. This statement is used in so many contexts, but none are more accurate than road trips. Perfect for adventurous spirits who aren’t afraid of driving long distances, they reveal a new side of tourism that takes you to beautiful and unexpected places. From impressive highways to intricate mountain roads, these are the locations that you should definitely include on your list if you love

 

Gobi Desert

If you love travelling to remote places where there is no one in sight for miles, then the Gobi Desert in Mongolia is for you. A savage and exotic location, the Gobi desert is best explored in powerful and sturdy car such as the 2017 Subaru Forester, which can handle tall dunes without problem. The desert stretches out for many miles and being behind the wheel is a fascinating adventure. If you want to take a break from driving, you can try going on a camelback horse ride  or sleeping in a tent.

 

The Blues Highway, USA

Also known as the Blues Highway, Highway 61 stretches for a full 2300 km from Wyoming all the way to New Orleans, which makes it one of the longest highways in the world. But it’s not the length that makes this road so wonderful, but the fact that it crosses two of the landmarks of blues history, Memphis and New Orleans.

 

The Australian outback

Interesting in taking your off-road vehicle on an exciting new adventure? Try the Australian outback! Places such as Uluru, the Tasmanian Peninsula or even the Great Ocean Road offers fantastic sights that range from uncommon rock formations to deserts.

 

Argentina

You can start your road trip through Argentina with Ruta 40, which runs parallel to the Andes, crossing lakes, rocky hills, forests and flat lands. It’s an opportunity to see some of the wildest hidden beauties in South America and experience fascinating lifestyles. If you’re feeling brave, you can from Patagonia even southern, all the way to Antarctica.

 

Madagascar

Last, the island of Madagascar has some hidden gems for fans of road trips. Swirling across the western part of the island, the Avenue of the Baobabs is home to the oldest trees in the world, the baobabs, which are no less than 800 years old. A breathtaking landscape for nature lovers and not only, this route reveals the unspoiled beauty of the island and a magnificent alternative to mass tourism.