Posts Tagged:

tamilnadu

India’s Cup 2018: Day 2

P1030130

Day 2 of the India’s Cup 2018. After a day of training (preparing teams for tackling Indian roads and trying local strong beverages!) on Day 2 it was time for the India’s Cup to hit the road for real. Teams were to drive to the temple city of Thanjavur. It was a […]

The India’s Cup 2018: Training Day

india's cup

Day 1 of the India’s Cup driving challenge 2018. April 2018 saw the first edition of the India’s Cup in its new, improved, format. Better vehicles, a better route, and, of course, brand new teams. The event was a great challenge, but provided participants with many fantastic moments and incredible moments. We’re going […]

The States We Visit on the India’s Cup

goa-1130056_640

Do you know all the states we visit on the India’s Cup? There are lots of reasons to love the India’s Cup adventure rally, from the freedom of the open road to the spirit of camaraderie you’ll share with other teams. We also love discovering South India, and the differences within. The […]

The 1000 Year-Old Temple Built by the King of Kings

thanjavur temple

Thanjavur’s Brihadeeswara Temple is stunning. Photo by Imagenesis Photographers On the second day of the India’s Cup minimal assistance adventure challenge, we arrive in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. While not as well known as some of the other stops of our trip, the city is home to one of India’s most impressive buildings: […]

The Curries of Southern India

Photo by seena.ge

Each state we visit has its own specialities. Photo by Seena.ge The India’s Cup minimal assistance rally specialises in the adventure and excitement of the open road. It’s also about embracing authentic Indian culture, part of which means getting to know local food. For many travellers experiencing Indian cuisine will […]

The Oldest British Building in India

oldest british building in India

Photo by Plane Mad   The oldest British building in India is St Mary’s Church, found in Chennai’s Fort St George. While India has many glorious temples and shrines going back millennia, the British also left their mark on the country. In Chennai’s Fort St George, the central area of what […]

The Mesmerizing Beaches of Tamilnadu

Marina Beach

With a longer than 1000 km coastline, the Southern Indian state boasts of quite the variety of sandy shores, many of which have a lot of attractions to keep tourists busy. So, here are the most beautiful beaches of Tamilnadu that are worth visiting. Photo by Prashant Ram   Marina Beach This […]