Buy a Rs 15 lakh ticket, take a “Bus from Delhi to London’ and see the world.

Bus from Delhi to London: There’s is a piece of good news for tourists in India who wanted to travel abroad. A company named Adventure Overland is starting a world tour bus service. This trip will cover around 18 countries in 70 days. The total distance of the trip is about 20000 km. Adventure Overland is a private company which is situated in Gurugram, Haryana. They have named This trip as “Bus To London”.


This bus will cover these countries :

  • New Delhi
  • London
  • Myanmar
  • Thailand
  • Laos
  • China
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Uzbekistan
  • Kazakhstan
  • Russia
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Poland
  • Czech Republic
  • Germany
  • Netherlands
  • Belgium
  • France

This bus is organized with 20 business class seats for the trip. For the assistance of the passengers, there is one guide, helper. For the help of the driver, there will be a Co-driver. And for every different country, there will be a new guide at the intervals of this trip.


Bus from Delhi to London

The company has also tweeted on 15 August 2020 about this trip they are starting this trip from May 2021. And we are glad to offer this longest Bus trip from New Delhi to London, United Kingdom. We assure you that this trip will adventures and worth money spending too. For more details, please visit our website

The company also stated that they will provide Visas for this international bus trip. This trip will available in 4 travel packages for the convenience of the fellow passengers. “Delhi To London” bus trip will cost about 15 lakhs for the per passenger. The passenger also provided stay at 4-5 star hotels with all facilities and also Indian food will also provide to them.

The company travelers Tushar Agarwal and Sanjay Madan stated that this trip is planned to start in May 2021. They also said that Due to the corona-virus widespread this trip has been postponed to the next year. We will start registration for the trip after this pandemic will end soon.

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