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Nov 11, 2020

18 countries, 20.000 Km, 70 days. The world’s longest bus-route, linking India to the United Kingdom, will launch next year in a bid to recapture the spirit of the Hippie Trail of the 1960s…

Adventures Overland is all set to launch its very own dream bus which will recreate that vibrant era gone by, but with utmost comfort and luxury. How would you feel about becoming part of the longest bus journey in the world spanning two continents, 18 countries and covering 20,000 km?

As part of the journey, you will explore thousands of pagodas in Myanmar, meet rare species of Giant Pandas in Chengdu, hike the Great Wall of China, visit the historic cities of Bukhara, Tashkent & Samarkand in Uzbekistan, and cruise on the Caspian Sea in Kazakhstan. You will unwind in historic European cities such as Moscow, Vilnius, Prague, Brussels and Frankfurt before concluding the journey in London. After reaching London, the bus will embark on its maiden journey back home taking the same route to reach India.

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