Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (M&M), India’s leading SUV manufacturer, recently flagged off its ‘Tri-Nation Escape 2013’ under the Mahindra Adventure umbrella brand. To be held between October 21 and 31, 2013, this drive across India, Nepal and Bhutan, is organized by Mahindra Adventure.
25 expedition ready vehicles and 5 service vehicles will traverse these three countries starting from New Delhi and finishing in Bagdogra over a span of 11 days. The expedition will go through the beautiful and mystical land of Nepal, while making stops at some famous ancient cities like Pokhara and Kathmandu. From Nepal the convoy will traverse to the Land of the Thunder Dragon, Bhutan, popular for its breathtaking landscapes and monasteries. While this drive will be the ultimate test of endurance for both man and machine, it also promises to give participants an experience of a magnificent landscape.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Vivek Nayer, Chief Marketing Officer, Automotive Division, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. said, “In keeping with our promise of providing adrenaline pumping challenges and escapes, we are pleased to unleash the second season of the ‘Tri-Nation Escape’, a drive across boundaries. Through this international escape we aim to celebrate the incredible landscape, as it passes through our neighboring countries, Nepal and Bhutan. The participants will experience the drive of a lifetime covering a pot pourri of cultures & spectacular panoramas while enjoying this long road trip in tough and reliable Mahindra vehicles.”
The associate sponsors for the event are 19 0 North; Servo as our official oil partner; Oakley, our official eye wear partner and Woodland, as the official adventure gear partner.
En route, the participants will be treated to the best hospitality. Mahindra’s extensive dealer network will play a big role in making it an experience for the participants to remember. The event will be run to the standard of a motorsport event and participants will enjoy the mountains thanks to well planned halts.
Route of the Rally:
- 21st Oct- Monday- Delhi- Shivpatinagar
- 22nd Oct- Tuesday- Shivpatinagar- Pokhara
- 23rd Oct- Wednesday- Pokhara
- 24th Oct- Thursday- Pokhara- Kathmandu
- 25th Oct- Friday- Kathmandu
- 26th Oct- Saturday- Kathmandu- Biratnagar
- 27th Oct- Sunday- Biratnagar- Chalsa
- 28th Oct- Monday- Chalsa- Thimphu/ Paro
- 29th Oct- Tuesday- Thimphu/ Paro
- 30th Oct- Wednesday- Thimphu/ Paro
- 31st Oct- Thursday- Thimphu/ Paro- Chalsa