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Most Scenic Roads in the World!

Ice field parks way, Alberta, Canada

One of the most exhilarating road trips you can take with scenary that is absolutely breathtaking.  The ice field parks way stretches 232 km through the Alberta rocky mountains from Jasper national park down through Banff national park.  Through this world class heritage site, you’ll experience vast wilderness, pristine mountain lakes, an abundance of wild life and broad sweeping valleys.  

Milford road, New Zealand

Located in Fiordland National Park in the heart of the Southern Alps, visitors will find this stunning 230 km long road one of the most iconic road trips they will ever take.  Milford road is part of State Highway 94 that connects the town Te Anau with the majestic Milford Sound.  This road is an unforgettable journey into the heart of Fiordland National Park and the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage area.  Along the scenic Milford Road, travelers get to see ridiculously beautiful rainforests, crystal clear lakes, thundering waterfalls, mighty cliffs, and snow-capped summits.

Seaward highway, Alaska, USA

The scenery along the Seaward highway in Alaska is one of the highlights on every Alaska trip.  Connecting Alaska’s capital city, Anchorage, with the coastal town of Seaward, a tranquil and inspiring journey awaits that features Beluga whales, sheep, eagles, waterfalls and many more dramatic views with a full bounty of wildlife on display.  Start your journey today and experience the magic and serenity of infamous Alaska!


Amalfi coast drive, Italy

Widely considered Europe’s most scenic stretch of coastline, the Amalfi coast is a landscape of green-swathed mountains, pastel-hued villages with cobblestoned streets, palatial renaissance mansions, and expansive vistas over the turquoise waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.  A world heritage site, the Amalfi drive winds for around 80 km.  You will experience the shoreline and cliffs of the Sorrento Peninsula, with plenty of viewpoints along the journey to take in the majestic views.

Lysebotn Road, Norway

Considered one of the most breathtaking and scenic roads in Europe, traveling over the mountains of Rogaland and Vest Agder will leave you absolutely speechless.  It is worthy to note that Lysebotn road is only accessible during 5 months of the year.  During the snow free months you will start this journey with a thrilling ascent, 27 challenging hair pin turns and on average a 9% grade in elevation leading to stunning panoramic views.  Another thrilling aspect of this adventure is the descent down to Lysebotn which features a 1.1 km long tunnel and 3 switchbacks.  Incredible vistas await! 


Transfagarasan highway, Romania

Named by Top Gear as one of the worlds best driving roads, the Transfagarasan highway in Romania tops most others.  With no shortage of mountains and spectacular vistas, this highway will make for the most exciting trip through Dracula territory.  Along this road you will encounter endless twists, turns and pitch black tunnels. The winding road from Cartisoara goes south to Curtea de Arges then zigzags from Transylvania into Muntenia, and later ascends to 2,034 meters, to the highest peak in Romania (Moldoveanu Peak).  Experience this amazing drive for yourself and don’t forget to stop off at Dracula’s castle!

Ruta 40, Argentina

Argentina’s Ruta 40 is one of the largest stretches of highway in the world covering more than 4,800 km, from the southern tip of the mainland winding all the way to the top of Argentina.  This highway runs alongside and within the Andes mountain range showcasing some of the most extraordinary landscapes on the planet, while also connecting 20 national parks.  The Fitzroy and Cerro Torres ranges offer some of the most spectacular views which really are exemplified when you reach southern Patagonia.  Don’t miss out on this one of a chance life time adventure!


Pacific Coast Highway One, California, USA

The Pacific Coast highway stretches over 190 km and is one of the crown jewels of the America’s national scenic byways system.  Located between Monterey and Morrow Bay, this narrow two lane road runs tight along impressive cliffs, with views of towering waves crashing into the shore below.  This road takes roughly 5 hours to tour and boasts some amazing stops along the way to gain beautiful vantage points.