Roads. No Roads. The expedition must go on. This can happen only when it’s steered by men who believe in it, powered by a machine that never lets them down and backed by a mechanism that keeps the engine roaring and wheels rolling. The Great Indian World Trip is no exception.
10 years is a pretty long time. And Tushar has spent each of it wisely by traveling to more than 30 countries. The high peaks of China, the challenging terrain of Kyrgyzstan, the loneliest deserts of Kazakhstan, the incredible Autobahns of Germany, the nerve racking highways of Ukraine and the silky freeways of the US. Tushar has vroomed across them all. A Fellow at the Royal Geographic Society, London; Tushar has recently written a book titled ‘Road Affair’ in which he has narrated his various driving expeditions and records. He is also a travel columnist for the ‘The Upper India Motorist’ magazine.
What is 4x4? Ask this to Sanjay and soon you will find yourself engaged in an in-depth discussion on the topic with him. That’s because for Sanjay, 4x4 is a way of life. He not only understands the mechanics of off-road driving, but also has a natural ability to lead expeditions. The reason why he has been an active participant and organizer of the most challenging rallies in India - Raid de Himalaya and The Desert Storm. He has led many expeditions to Ladakh and Rajasthan. And he is the first person to drive a Tata Nano to Khardung La Pass - the highest motorable road in the world.
A scriptwriter, a lensmen and an editor, Prasad is a complete package when it comes to documentary filmmaking. And hence an apt team member for the Great Indian World Trip. A nomad at heart, he has vast experience in the field of broadcast media. After producing features for CNBC and handling promotions of major cricket series and other sport events at NEO Sports, he chose a path less taken. He started his own firm ‘Owlways Creative’ to explore the ‘Travel’ genre in Television programming. It is this endeavor that brought Prasad closer to The Great Indian World Trip.
Adventures Overland. A venture nurtured by Tushar and Sanjay, is one of the first self-drive expedition companies in India specializing in organising expeditions all over India and abroad. Their expeditions are the stuff that dreams are made of.

Adventures Overland gives every traveller that once-in-a-lifetime experience to drive through magnificent landscapes and soak up the colourful local cultures. Every trip is a promise of ultimate freedom and flexibility. After all that it is what self-drive expeditions are all about! And that is what The Great Indian World Trip is all about!

Adventure Overland’s achievements include:

Guinness World Record
Created a Guinness world record by driving longest journey by car in a single country in 2013.

London Delhi by Road
Created a Limca Record by driving 12,000 km from London to Delhi through 15 countries in 51 days.

ASEAN India Car Rally 2012
Part of Indian Team in the 9 nation car rally driving 8000 km from Indonesia to India via Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and Myanmar

Tata Nano Himalayan Expedition
Created a Limca Record by driving a Tata Nano, the world’s smallest car to Khardung La Pass – the Highest Motorable road in the world at 18,380 feet

Trans Himalayan Challenge
Created a Limca Record by driving non-stop for 9 days, 6 hours and 15 minutes through the Himalayan range of India, Nepal and Bhutan covering a distance of 5,500 kms.

West East West Challenge
Created a new Limca Record by driving 3700 kms from Koteshwar, Gujrat (India’s Western most point) to Tezu, Arunachal Pradesh (India’s Eastern most point) in a record time of 73 hours and 55 minutes (Previous record: 83 hours 10 minutes)

Mana Pass Challenge
Became the first civilian team to drive to Mana Pass at Indo China border – the new highest motorable road in the world at an altitude of 18,399 feet

Delhi – Mt. Kailash 2012
First group to drive all the way from India to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar Lake in Tibet

Car Rallies
Officials at the most popular car rallies in India including Desert Storm, Raid de Himalaya and Formula 1