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INDIA to LONDON

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General Information About This  Self Driven India to London Road Expedition

  Total Distance :  20000KM – Bangalore to London                  Duration :   60 Days  –  Bangalore to London  Total Distance : 16000KM- Imphal to London           Duration : 55 Days – Imphal to London
Route –  India – Myanmar – Thailand – Laos – China – Kyrgyzstan – Uzbekistan – Kazakhstan – Russia – Estonia – Latvia – Lithuania – Poland – Czech Republic – Germany – Netherlands – Belgium – France – England

 

En-route Countries….

Myanmar  Isolated from the rest of the world for more than three decades, Burma remains one of the most mysterious and undiscovered destinations in the world and offers all the traditional delights of Asia: virgin jungles, snow-capped mountains, pristine beaches and ancient cities that was closed to foreigners for a long time. Myanmar’s culture is a result of heavy Indian influences intertwined with local traditions and some Chinese influences; this can be seen in the various stupas and temples throughout the country. Most Burmese people are incredibly friendly and polite, and will do their best to make you feel welcome in their country.
Visiting Places –Bagan, Inle Lake, Nay pi taw, Mandalay, Yangoon, Mandalay

Thailand

Thailand is a wondrous kingdom, featuring Buddhist temples, exotic wildlife, and spectacular islands. Along with a fascinating history and a unique culture that includes delectable Thai food and massage, Thailand features a modern capital city, and friendly people who epitomize Thailand’s “land of smiles” reputation.
Visiting Places –Bangkok, Pattaya.

Laos  A land of the lotus eaters amid the bloated development of its neighbours, Laos brings together the best of Southeast Asia in one bite-sized destination. Laos is perfect for those who have a passion for seeking out untamed destinations. Nestled among Southeast Asian travel giants Thailand and Vietnam, Laos is the lesser known, quieter sibling. Enjoy spectacular scenery, visit sacred temples and discover the laid back charm of the friendly Lao people. Opened recently after years of war and isolation, Laos is known for its incredibly relaxed and welcoming citizens. Laos is truly a country that offers the Wildland traveler the chance to experience pristine nature and intact cultures by simply stepping off the beaten track a few steps.
Visiting Places –Kuang si Waterfalls, Luang Prabhang, Vang Vieng, bunch of Water falls and caves

 

China    China has a rich cultural background, with over 5,000 years of recorded history! For thousands of years, the nation lived in relative isolation, passing from one monarch to the next. Splendidly diverse in its geographic, ethnic, culinary and social make-up, China is a nation on the march. Highways are built every day, traditions are re-written, socio-economic reforms are implemented. Travellers will not only find a gateway to the past, but catch a glimpse of the future. Visiting Places – Chengdu, Xining, Kashgar

Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan is a landlocked country in Central Asia, which gained independence from the Soviet Union on the 31st of August, 1991. In Western countries it is mainly known as the Switzerland of Central Asia because of its mountainous terrain. It is also known as the most progressive and democratic country of the post-Soviet Central Asian nations. Visiting Places – Osh

Uzbekistan   Uzbekistan is an amazing country, which has many advantages. Uzbekistan is famous for its ancient cities (Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Shakhrisabz, Termez, Tashkent). In Uzbekistan, the amazing nature, here you will feel the greatness of the mountains, you will see the beauty of rivers and lakes, you will learn the secret of deserts, enjoy the oasis of Tashkent. In Uzbekistan there are delicious, and most importantly, natural fruits and vegetables.Here is an amazing cuisine famed by travelers. In Uzbekistan there is an original culture full of interesting customs and traditions. But the most important thing that Uzbekistan is famous for is people. The Uzbek people are hospitable, peaceful, friendly.  you will not regret, but on the contrary, will discover a new world of beauty and mystery!  Visiting Places – Tashkent

Kazakhstan  The Republic of Kazakhstan, situated at the heart of Eurasia, appeared on the geopolitical map in 1991. The name Kazakh, of Turkic origin, is thought to mean “free man” – which is appropriate in a land historically populated by freedom-loving nomads. For thousands of years, these nomads tended vast cattle herds, pasture lands and the fertile soils of the region’s foothills and river valleys. Both the historic Silk Road and Sable Route, along which expensive furs were transported, passed through the region. This made Kazakhstan an important cultural, trade and economic bridge between Asia and Europe.  Visiting Places – Turkistan, Aralsk

Russia  A country of breathing history, welcoming people, and sprawling geography, Russia boasts a never-ending stream of splendors.   Its onion-shaped domes, inspired by exotic Byzantine imperial palaces and churches and ancient castles built to fend off the terror-inspiring Mongol Golden Horde tower above sightseers. Continent-spanning railroads, the longest in the world, constructed by Imperial Russian and Soviet architects, offer so many destinations that the travel possibilities are endless!  Consider its 1150 years of history. Formed by the merging of Viking military leadership with the dreams and ambitions of a people who commanded the great trading routes of Eastern Europe, it is no great surprise that today it is the world’s largest country.  Visiting Places – Moscow, Samara, St. Petersburg

Estonia  Estonia is a Northern European country that has suffered more than its fair share of occupation. Centuries ago, Estonia had to deal with rule by the Danish, then the Swedish, and—more recently—the Soviet Union. However, despite these challenges, Estonia has thrived and came into its own as an independent, democratic country. The most extraordinary thing about Estonia is its grasp of technology. When it comes to Internet access, Estonia is one of the most connected countries in the world, and its education is also top-notch.  Estonia a great nature and city break destinations – this is the place where the land meets the sea, bogs are interspersed with forests, fields and rivers and lakes. Over half of Estonia’s territory is covered with forests and woodlands!  Visiting Places – Tallinn

Latvia  Latvia is the central country of the Baltic States (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) and is located in North-eastern Europe on the east coast of the Baltic Sea. It consists of fertile lowland plains and moderate hills, with most of its territory less than 100 metres above sea level. It has an extensive network of rivers, thousands of lakes and hundreds of kilometres of undeveloped seashore lined by pine forests, dunes, and continuous white sand beaches.    Visiting Places – Riga

Lithuania  Lithuanians are very sincere, hospitable and helpful, and, in fact, we expect the same treatment in return from our quests. Lithuanians are long-lived people, so, if you have an opportunity to talk to people of older generation, you will bring back to your country many interesting stories and experiences.   If you are tired of civilization, you will have an excellent opportunity for retreat from its pressures. You only need to go away from the big cities and travel where your heart and mind can rest – to seemingly endless forests, lakes, scattered all over Lithuania, rivers that criss-cross the country or the unforgettably beautiful Curonian Spit bathed by the Baltic Sea.   Visiting Places – Vilnius

Poland  Underrated but increasingly popular, Poland provides a huge amount for travellers of all stripes and from the stunning old towns of Krakow, Zamość, Gdańsk and Wroclaw to the wilderness of the Białowieża National Park with its ubiquitous buffalos and epic vistas. Poland has long been a nation steeped in tradition and history, although the past 20 years have witnessed such dizzying economic development that the country is starting to feel more and more like the West. If you’re partial to good home cooking, the way your grandmother used to make it, you’ve come to the right place. Visiting Places – Warsaw

Czech Republic  After long isolation caused by the communist regime, Czechs are becoming varied ethnically, nationally and culturally, proving the growing globalization tendencies. This also reflects in its cuisine. Locals enjoy both traditional dishes such as goulash and the new hip Vietnamese “Pho” soup alike. Still, the most traditional meeting spot remains to be in a pub where you can have a glass of some of the best and most famous beer in the world.  Despite the small land area, the Czech landscape is highly diverse – from mountains creating natural borders in all directions to the fertile scenic lowland in South Moravia. The Czech Republic has a moderate continental climate, with warm summers and cold and snowy winters. The temperature between seasons differs highly due to the landlocked geographical position.  Visiting Places – Prague

Germany  Though it remains far less well known or understood by outsiders than some of its neighbours, since reunification Germany has, at last, gained a higher profile as a place to visit, thanks partly to the remarkable resurgence of Berlin, one of the most fascinating and exciting cities in Europe. But the appeal of the reunified Germany is not limited to the capital. You’ll encounter history in towns where streets were laid out long before Columbus set sail, and in castles that loom above prim, half-timbered villages where flower boxes billow with crimson geraniums. The great cities – Berlin, Munich and Hamburg among them – come in more flavours than a jar of jelly beans but will all wow you with a cultural kaleidoscope that spans the arc from art museums and high-brow opera to naughty cabaret and underground clubs. Visiting Places – Hanover

Netherlands  Although almost half of it was once under water, the Netherlands is one of the most urbanized – and densely populated – nations on earth, with a huge range of places to visit packed into a relatively small area. A remarkable country – no more than the size of the US state of Maryland – it’s a largely man-made affair, around half of which lies at or below sea level. Geography plays a key role in the Netherlands’ iconic landscapes. Its fertile, pancake-flat landscape is gridded with drainage ditches and canals, beneath huge open skies, while the country’s towns and villages are often pristine and unchanged places of gabled townhouses, pretty canals and church spires. Visiting Places – Amsterdam

Belgium
Belgium effortlessly blends the historic with the new. From countless castles and medieval belfries to innovative art museums and hip cafes. And with some of the best comfort food on offer, you will need to pack an empty stomach for gorging on waffles, chocolate, frites and piles of steaming mussels, all washed down with the country’s famous frothy beer. Belgium’s town squares bristle with soaring spires and warm-brick gables. Visiting Places – Brussels

France  France is the world’s top tourist destination and for good reason. There’s a lot packed into just one country – artistic and architectural masterpieces, remarkable museums and natural landscapes, and a history harking back far beyond the Romans. You could spend a lifetime of holidays in France and still not come close to exhausting its riches. Landscapes range from the fretted coasts of Brittany and the limestone hills of Provence to the canyons of the Pyrenees and the half-moon bays of Corsica, and from the lushly wooded valleys of the Dordogne and the gentle meadows of the Loire valley to the glaciated peaks of the Alps. Visiting Places – Paris

England  A journey through England is a journey through history. But not history that’s dull and dusty – history you can feel and re-live. You can lay your hands on the ancient megaliths of a 5000-year-old stone circle, or walk the battlements of a medieval fortress – just as they were patrolled by chain-mail-clad defenders many centuries ago. Visit the sites of the legend of King Arthur, the sonnets of Shakespeare and the palaces of monarchs – past and present. Then fast forward to the future and you’re admiring 21st-century architecture in Manchester, or exploring the space-age domes of Cornwall’s Eden Project. Travel here is a breeze.  Visiting Places – London

 

Tour Inclusions

  Carnet De Passage    (Customs document for Vehicle)
  All VISAs with Visa fees
  Accommodation will be arranged in decent hotels with twin/triple sharing basis. While traveling through country side in different countries, booking the hotel is a tough task in smaller towns which is again subjected to availability. However every effort will be made to book the hotel en-route. Hence, it is advised to book the expedition well in advance to avoid any inconvenience. 
  Local guides 
  Travel Insurance
  Route planning and research
  Border crossing assistance (immigration and customs clearance)
  Backup vehicle with crew and First Aid kit, Tools kit, Tent, Water, Emergency food etc.,
  All Permits and Permissions according to the norms and Regulations applicable in all countries en route

Exclusions

  Vehicle
  Fuel and Insurance for vehicle en route 
  Food   (some hotels offer free breakfast)    We will provide MTR Puliogare/Lemon rice/ Tomato rice on request 
  Accommodation in India
  Vehicle servicing, repairs, traffic fines any other penalties etc., 
  Any medical expenses incurred during the trip other than mentioned in travel insurance
  Sight seeing charges, ferry, and other personal expenditures
  Toll charges
  Any cost arising out of unforeseen circumstances like ill health, border crossing problems, vehicle breakdown,       repairs, damage occurring from land blocks and bad weather etc.,  
  Any cost arising due to change of rules at the time of entering the specific country
  International Driving Licence 
  Vehicle Shipping from London to India
  Flight ticket from London to India

 

Cancellation Policy

  60% of the tour cost will be charged if the tour cancelled at any time after confirmation till 40 days prior to start date 
  100% of the tour cost will be charged as cancellation if the tour cancelled in less than 40 days prior to start date
Note :  This expedition will be conducted only if, minimum of 10 participants registers for the event. Hence, confirm at your earliest. We will send you the details for payment after getting confirmation from your side. 

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