Guniess World Record For Driving longest distance in a single country (Australia)
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The Great Indian World Trip

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Adventures Overland is not new to the world of travel. Year 2013-14 was an epic year which expanded our profile and took us around the world to explore the diversity of landscape, human kind and their habitat. “The Great Indian World Trip” was an extraordinary journey which took us around 6 continents driving 90,000 km in 50 countries. The entire journey was shot to capture our experiences on the road and was broadcasted on DISCOVERY channel in India as a 10 episode travel series.

Our team also humbly boasts of a Guinness World Record for driving the longest distance in a single country (Australia) during this journey and we also hold 7 Limca Records in Adventure category back home. We have served people from all over the world and feel very proud that our customers keep coming back to us again and again. We love sharing the highs, the sense of achievement and the joy of travel with you, with our fellow travelers, with anyone who has the passion and love for travel.

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14th April 2019 – 2nd June 2019
49 Nights / 50 Days

  • This is a Journey of Epic Proportions

This is a Journey of Epic Proportions

A 10 episode travel show on TLC Channel and Discovery Science & Turbo.

tlc-logoAn unprecedented journey where we drove 90,000 km through 50 countries in 6 continents of the world. We spent 2 years planning this round the world expedition which we love to describe as “The Mother of all Road Trips”.
We split our journey into 6 legs for the 6 continents we covered around the world.

Asia

Our epic journey started from India Gate, New Delhi. We crossed the Indian border and drove through Myanmar, a hidden gem in the sub-continent that was till only a few years ago closed to tourists. From Myanmar, we drove through Thailand and Malaysia before concluding our Asia leg in Singapore.


Australia

We shipped our vehicle to Australia where we drove more than 17000 the entire continent. We are proud to share that we also created a Guinness World Record in Australia for driving the longest distance in one country.


Africa

After shipping our car from Australia to Mombasa, Kenya we drove all the way from Kenya to South Africa covering Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe on the way. The African odyssey concluded in Cape Agulhas, the southernmost tip of the African continent


South America

Our vehicle was shipped to Buenos Aires from where we drove to Ushuaia, the southern-most city in the world. From Ushuaia, we took the Pan American highway and drove all the way up to Mexico crossing Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala. The journey took us through the Death Road in Bolivia, rated as the Worlds’ Most Dangerous Road!


North America

We crossed the Mexico-US border and drove through 18 states in the United States. We Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, Hollywood, Seattle, Tennessee, Philadelphia, Mount Rushmore, Yellow Stone National Park and Canada before we reached Deadhorse in Alaska, the northern most tip of Alaska where we were greeted by the Northern Lights! Our North American leg was concluded in the Big Apple!


Europe

From New York, we shipped our car to UK and drove all the way up to John O Groats, the northern most tip of United Kingdom. We drove south to London, crossed the English Channel and entered mainland Europe. We covered 23 countries in Western and Eastern Europe before we reached Turkey, the 50th country of our 15 month long journey.

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