If the idea of an extreme driving expedition stimulates your sense of adventure, look no further. We have just the thing for you! Temperatures well below freezing point, spectacular snow-covered landscapes and 4x4 vehicles are key elements of this adventure and it is planned at an exotic destination- presenting the Silk Route Snow Drive 2022!
Silk Route was an ancient trading route that passed through Central Asia and the destination of our adventure is a little known nomadic country in this region named Kyrgyzstan. It is a land blessed with natural beauty and remains untouched by the evils of mainstream tourism. In the last four years, over 200 travelers have enjoyed our road trips in Kyrgyzstan across all climatic seasons and the Snow Drive is our end-of-the-year special, as the country transforms into a winter wonderland during the cold months.
Our 4x4 fleet of the tried and tested SUVs running on snow tyres will enable you to conquer the snowy terrain. MotoRover team will lead the customer vehicles from a car in front and a back-up car with our local team will follow the convoy to ensure everyone’s safe and on course. There will be periodical guidance on snow driving, both before and during the journey and well-equipped mechanic and a doctor will be on board to overcome the challenges en route.
Apart from the time spent in the car, the Silk Route Snow Drive also includes exciting winter activities and unique experiences you will cherish forever. We have a limited number of spots on this expedition, so it’s going to be a small group of intrepid travellers exploring an unknown land together. Seize the opportunity and sign up before it gets sold out. End the year with an unforgettable adventure!
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Silk Route Snow Drive 2022 is an extreme adventure in harsh winter conditions. The temperature range can be between 5 degrees Celcius to -25 degrees Celsius or even more extreme. Bookings are open for participants in the age group 05 to 65 years only. Participant must be physically fit and should not be suffering from any medical conditions that may aggravate in extremely cold weather.