We have perfected the art of mass contact through the expedition technique. Besides visiting exotic places and offering real adventure, our expeditions have a well-defined purpose and result in concrete benefits to sponsors and to the expeditioneers. We take your messages across continents to millions of people from various walks of life.



After the successful 25,200km Gondwanaland Expedition undertaken in 2006 – from the Indian Himalaya to Cape Agulhus, the southernmost tip of Africa – the celebrated explorer and author Akhil Bakshi now sets out on the 35,000km Pangea One World Expedition – an overland journey from the Arctic to the Antarctic.
Starting from Deadhorse Creek on the Arctic Ocean in Alaska, the four-month journey will end at Cape Horn, the southernmost tip of South America

"Gondwanaland Expedition: March 24 - June 28, 2006"
the Gondwanaland Expedition will explore areas that comprised the mega-continent of Gondwanaland when India was a part of Africa 265 million years ago. The expedition, to be undertaken in three jeeps, will start from Kanya Kumari, the southern tip of India, and end at Cape Agulhas, the southern tip of Africa – traversing United Arab Emirates, Iran, Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Israel, Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Swaziland and South Africa – over a four-month period.
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A 12,000 km motoring expedition across the old Silk Road – through Uzbekhistan, Kazakhastan, Kirghiztan, Chinese Turkestan, Tibet and Nepal – that renewed the old cultural and academic links between the people of this region and India.
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A 10,000 km motoring expedition across Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar and India that refreshed the national memory with the sacrifices made by the soldiers of the Indian National Army. Undertaken to commemorate fifty years of India's Independence.
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A 18,000 km motoring expedition and mass-contact programme across Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, India and Pakistan that promoted peace and development in South Asia.
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