If tropical jungle, slush & mud, remote mud tracks, forgotten hamlets - truly back of beyond countryside excites you, then join us on this exciting, tough, yet hugely insightful drive on tracks and trails in the hinterland of Nagaland.
9-day extreme terrain drives in the peaks of winter, that traverses old roads, that have been frequented for centuries in some of the remotest parts of Kyrgyzstan, a land locked country located in the Steppes of Central Asia.
Kel Suu Winter XOL accesses remote corners that are blessed with incredible natural beauty and offers some of the stunning views of the Tien Shan mountains that branch out from the Pamir knot.
If you are a 4x4 driving enthusiast and have held a curious admiration for Kashmir and its grandiose beauty, but have been skeptical when it comes to security, permissions and mere logistics of travel there, then join us on this carefully curated North Kashmir drive that reaches corners never traversed before by any civilian effort.
Driving a 4×4 camper outfitted with roof tents and camping gear in the middle of the African bush, on long game drives, soaking up on breathtaking landscapes – rift valley, crater lakes, tropical evergreen jungle and the spectacular African savannah – that’s the ‘Pearl in the Bush’ for you.
This route crosses the Siberian region from the west to east, transcends three time zones and reaches Russia's far east (also referred to as the edge of the world). It provides for a unique opportunity to explore the backcountry, absorb Yakutia culture, marvel at the natural wonders (remnants of the ice age), and visit Oymyakon called the Pole of Cold, the coldest inhabited place on planet earth where temperatures
drop to -71.6 degrees in peak winter.
If road trips, driving, driving, wilderness and remote corners of the world has been your bucket list wish, then this expedition brings it to fruition. Headed to a remote land, often construed as mysterious, and enigmatic, Siberia, this drive brings together the best of culture, nature and wilderness.