For travellers expecting the epic long road trip of a lifetime, Adventures Overland has announced the foremost epic bus journey within the world ready to start out in the year 2021. Yes, the Bus to London, is going to be the first-ever hop-on/hop-off bus company from India’s capital Delhi to London within the United Kingdom’s London.
Touring 18 countries in 70 days
The post further adds that as a neighborhood of the tour, people will travel through 18 countries, covering 20,000 km in 70 days!
The journey is going to be undertaken in a luxury bus, well-equipped for comfort travel. The 20,000 km long journey will cover 18 countries in 70 days. The tourists on board will spend time in Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France, and therefore the UK.
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As India revels in the celebration of its 74th year of Independence, we at Adventures Overland are thrilled to announce the longest and the most epic bus journey in the world, ‘𝗕𝘂𝘀 𝘁𝗼 𝗟𝗼𝗻𝗱𝗼𝗻’. The first-ever hop-on/hop-off bus service between Delhi, India and London, United Kingdom as part of which you will be travelling through 18 countries, covering 20,000 km in 70 days. For details, visit our website www.bustolondon.in. The journey begins in May 2021. #happyindependenceday #india #independenceday #bustolondon #indiatolondon #delhitolondon #busjourney #adventuresoverland #modi #incredibleindia #indiatourism #lonelyplanet #condenast #tourism #government #instagoverment #NGTIndia #natgeotravellerindia #travelwithao #roadtrip
Trip divided into 4 major destinations
Leg 1 will cover India, Myanmar, Thailand whereas Leg 2 will cover China’s Sichuan and Xinjiang provinces, which feature trips to famous locations including the Great Wall of China, the Silk Route, and Gobi desert among others. The caravan will then move forward to Central Asia’s Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Russia.
The final leg will cover European countries like Latvia, Poland, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, France, and therefore the UK.