Chennai to Chennai
Unraveling the mysteries of South India can be considered an experience or a challenge or an achievement. Call it by whichever term, TAMILNADU RUN in the heartland of Enchanting Tamilnadu, is by no means short of any, when it comes to exploring the heritage and culture of South India. Travelling through this part of the country, will unveil a fair amount of the rich culture that has hitherto been, less known to the outside world when compared to the other parts of India.
Trivandrum to Panaji
MALABAR RAMPAGE entails riding across the Malabar Coast of India (west coast) covering the states of Kerala, Karnataka and the Union Territory of Goa. With a distance of close to 1100 kms (680 miles), the ride encompasses some breathtaking scenic views and historical cities. The pleasant weather during this part of the year, only makes the ride more enjoyable.
Panaji to Mumbai
The Rickshaw Challenge DECCAN ODYSSEY is a ride on a remarkable sojourn of a land shining in legions grandeur – serene beaches, magnificent forts – palaces and experiencing divine tales etched in colossal rocks. This 9-day journey is through some of the best places in Maharashtra and Karnataka starting from Goa. One can experience the best of tourism assets such as pristine beauty of Konkan coast, the art, the culture, the wildlife, the heritage (including world heritage sites of Ajanta – Ellora), local arts, crafts and cuisine.
Chennai to Trivandrum
The Rickshaw challenge CLASSIC RUN will follow a route through Tamil Nadu in South-eastern India. With your intrepid team of challengers, you will pilot a 7-stage course that will take you on journey of almost 1,000 kilometres (roughly 590 miles). Your autorickshaw will traverse a wide multitude of roads and changing weather through the exotic Indian countryside.
Mumbai to Chennai
The Rickshaw challenge MUMBAI XPRESS will follow an extensive route through the four states of India – Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. With a dauntless army of fellow adventurers, you will follow a 13-stage course that will take you over 1900 kilometers (roughly 1180 miles). Your auto rickshaw will cut through hills, valleys and beaches, cruising thought the most exotic and scenic places in the whole Indian countryside.