Incentive: 2 days
Rally in India
The rally is held on the three-wheeled auto-rickshaw - a tuk-tuk. Participants of the rally also manage their own rickshaws. The crew - two people, replacing each other - one controls the auto-rickshaw, the second follows the navigation route.
Before the start of auto-rickshaw conducted management training and use of navigational equipment (GPS, maps). Together with members of the rally route moves one or more (depending on number of participants) car maintenance, ready to help the crews and their equipment.
The rally begins in Chennai, sometimes called the Asian Detroit, and ends in the resort state of Goa or Mumbai.
The route passes through the town of Vellore (Tamil Nadu famous castle, other monuments of military architecture), Bangalore ("Garden City" - beautiful lakes, gardens, good climate), Hassan (located in the Rocky Mountains famous pilgrim center Shravanabelagola and largest statue in the world, made of solid stone), Mangalore (sandy beaches, coconut palms), Bhatkal (beautiful views of the ocean and mountains, many temples), Karwar (wild jungles and beaches), Panjim. The journey from Chennai to Goa takes a week.
Perhaps the continuation of the rally to the city of Mumbai. In this case, the route passes through Malvan (live coral reefs, snorkelling and unexplored beaches), Ratnagiri (beach with half white and half black sand), Mahabelashvar (famous lake Venn), Alibag (jungle and beaches) and ends in Mumbai - the commercial capital India. Travel from Goa to Mumbai also holds a week.
It is also possible to start from Delhi, but in this case, to the nearest beach is far enough away, or vice versa mileage Mumbai - Goa - all the way along the beaches, within a week.