India
Destination
Apr. 22 – May 2, 2018
Booking Date
11 days
Duration
Chennai to Goa, 2389 km
Route

DETAILS

With India’s Cup you get to explore the real India in the most individual way possible with this drive what you can rally. You’ll have to get from Chennai on the eastern coast on the Bay of Bengal all the way across the spine of India to the western coast overlooking the Arabian Sea in Goa.

 

You can opt to have as much or as little assistance from The Travel Scientists as you like on your adventure in India. So whether you like taking on a challenge guaranteed to give you an adventure of self-reliance, or just want to experience the adventure without all the hassles, we have packages to suit your needs. Tailor your India’s Cup experience to your needs, and make sure you take home unforgettable memories of India, its people, its culture, its history and cuisine.

 

If you want to discover India the classy way, we even rent out a limited number of classic Hindustan Ambassadors, which were declared the best taxi in the world on BBC television’s Top Gear by Richard Hammond. Based on the Morris Oxford Series III it became an iconic vehicle in its own right over the fifty six years of production and if you decide quickly enough, you’ll get to drive one through the magnificent countryside of this magical country as you journey through Southern India and into the heart of its culture and history.


HIGHLIGHTS

Whilst you may, of course, stop wherever you wish and see anything along the way, and driving one of these fabulously trustworthy cars is a highlight in itself, on India’s Cup you will be passing through some of the most amazing places on the planet and we wouldn’t want you to miss the best bits. We’ll make sure that your adventure in India with The Travel Scientists is an experience you will remember forever.

 

  • Enjoy the charming Portuguese architecture of Goa’s capital Panaji.
  • Relive the past in the Ruins of Vijayanagara, once second largest city in the world.
  • Relax at the dream beaches of Goa.
  • Stroll through the old Jewish quarter of Kochi.
  • Dig your feet into the sand on the various beaches of Mangalore.
  • Visit a tropical fruit farm in Tuticorin.
  • Stroll along Chennai’s Marina Beach after shopping for souvenirs.
  • Visit the Gods in Brihadishwara Temple in Thanjavur.

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MAP/ITINERARY

Travel Scientists India's Cup Hindustan Ambassador tour

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Day 1 (22-Apr-18)

Chennai
Get accustomed to your vehicle’s idiosyncrasies in the crucible of Chennai, capital of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, with familiarization challenges and quick maintenance tips to get you ready for India’s Cup.
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Day 2 (23-Apr-18)

Chennai to Thanjavur
The open road beckons as you ride South on your way to the historical city of Thanjavur that includes the astonishing beauty of the Gangaikonda Cholapuram, and the Brihadeeshwara Temple.
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Day 3 (24-Apr-18)

Thanjavur to Tuticorin
Blaze a trail southwest through the huge array of local wildlife as you skirt the massive Tungabhadra Reservoir and travel down to Shivamogga and it’s simply breathtaking Jog Falls.
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Day 4 (25-Apr-18)

Tuticorin to Alappuzha
Zip through the countryside of Southern India along the edge of the Thenmala Reserve Forest and then onwards West to the pleasant shoreline city of Alappuzha with it’s famed Marari Beach, the Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple and the breathtaking Kathakali.
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Day 5 (26-Apr-18)

Alappuzha to Coimbatore
Scoot away from the coast and cross the Kerala Backwaters, where time seems to stand still, till you reach Coimbatore with it’s amazing array of temples, surrounded by the mountains of the Western Ghats.
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Day 6 (27-Apr-18)

Coimbatore to Mysuru
Traverse through the cultural heart of India and its history as you roll north passing the Bandipur National Park and on through the awe inspiring landscape of Southern India to the home of the Maharajah’s Palace, Amba Vila, the sumptuous carvings of the Somnathpur Temple.
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Day 7 (28-Apr-18)

Mysuru (Rest Day)
Spend the day relaxing in the fabulous surroundings of Mysuru with its Sri Chamundeshwari Temple, the Srirangapatna, and Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery before it’s time to get on the road again.
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Day 8 (29-Apr-18)

Mysuru to Mangaluru
With the Kudroli Gokarnath and Kadri Manjunath temples and the Tannirbhavi Beach this is a magical place full of evocative cultural traditions and raw natural beauty.
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Day 9 (30-Apr-18)

Mangaluru to Shivamogga
And back inland it goes again to and travel down to Shivamogga where the Shettihalli Wildlife Sanctuary invites you to have a stroll in the forest with tigers and elephants.
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Day 10 (1-May-18)

Shivamogga to Hampi
Blaze a trail northeast through the huge array of local wildlife as you skirt the massive Tungabhadra Reservoir towards the ancient city of Hampi with it’s stunning Vithala Temple complex and the staggering beauty of Vijayanagar.
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Day 11 (2-May-18)

Hampi to Panaji
Complete your India’s Cup in style as you drive towards the amazing beaches of Goa, where in its capital Panaji the traditional closing ceremony and drinks party will be held to celebrate the end of another glorious triumphant journey through the magnificence that is India’s Cup.

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PRICING

Package Basic Standard Deluxe
Prices €490 (per person) €880 (per person) €3880 (team of 2)

COMPARE PACKAGES

General Services Basic
(per person)
Standard
(per person)
Deluxe
(team of 2)
Medical kit
Tool box
Navigational sheet (Day Plans)
Rally gear
Sim card
Hotel package
Airport pick up
Mobile phone
Rally vehicle
Road map, phrase book
Overnight vehicle checkup

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