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This Travel Company Will Help You Plan Road Trips Across Tibet & Along Trans-Siberian Routes


    Roadtripper is a travel company run by Renuka and Rahat who curate tailor-made road trips to offbeat places around the globe {routes along the trans-Siberian highways, Kyrgyzstan etc.}. You know how people say that the journey matters more than the destination?

    Miles To Go Before You Die

    Sure, road trips require commitment and elaborate planning but anyone who has ever been on a road trip will tell you that having the freedom to stop wherever you want, crossing land borders instead of airports, having the sunset as your wake-up call and trying chai and pakora at local dhabas are experiences worth every second of the drive.

    Moreover, if it’s the planning that you’re worried about, enter – Roadtripper – they’ll take care of everything from providing a vehicle, sorting out the documents, local logistics, hotel bookings and address any concerns that might arise. Even if you’re looking for a multi country experience {they’ve recently helped a group of individuals above 55 years of age undertake a road trip from Malaysia to India} or plan on road-tripping to one particular destination, this travel company can do it all. They’ll help you experience the offbeat like you can work with an NGO in Bhutan, explore Malawi on a bike, chant for peace and good health with your Vietnamese hosts during their evening prayers and do so much more.

    Their trips are curated according to your bucket list, so if you like adventure or want to experience a place during festivals, they’ll plan everything keeping your interests in mind. They also offer the fly, drive and explore option for those short on time.

    So, We're Saying...

    Rahat tells us that road trips can help one view the world differently and that you can clearly see every aspect of the transition from one place to another {be it facial features of natives or the geographical changes} and we couldn’t agree more.

    If you plan on hitting the road soon, we recommend that you get in touch with the peeps at Roadtripper at least two-three months in advance of when you’d actually like to go on the trip.