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50000 km in 75 days


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Planning a trip of 50000 km across India.


Estimated the time to be 75 days including some Buffer days.

 

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Now the question is regarding covid situation.

 

How far will it be feasible with the current scenario?

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On 10/21/2020 at 2:05 AM, ProBiker said:

50000 km

 

First I though it is a typo. Then I read 75 days. 
I read some where that Himalayas is opening phase by phase. Still some places are not accessible.

 

I think a you can do a complete boarder drive. Covering the entire map. 
 

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Planning this in 2021.
Tentatively set the dates around January 26th start & April 10th end.
Planning the route for now.
To be precise the target is to break the current Guinness record of 58k kms in a single country.
So covid is the biggest threat for the trip.

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