This is the first Mahindra Scorpio N to reach the Great Wall of China. It is a part of the popular travel series on YouTube by Indian Backpacker. He is the same YouTuber who travelled in his Scorpio N from India to the UK. Following a resounding success of that unique odyssey, he is now on a trip from India to Australia. On the way, he is currently in China. Thereafter, he will go to the Southeast Asian countries from where he will need to ship his SUV to Down Under. Let us take a look at the details of his latest endeavours.
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Mahindra Scorpio N at Great Wall of China
The YouTuber has been in China for a long time now. He is travelling through China quite extensively. Needless to mention, it is a large landmass which takes a long time to traverse. It is great to witness the details of everyday life in another country from the comfort of our homes. He drives to the base of the Great Wall of China. He mentions two routes to reach there. One passes through Beijing. But he will not be taking his SUV to Beijing. The other route is the one he is taking in this video. After driving for a few hours, he is able to reach the starting point of the trek.
Note that he chooses to climb the stairs all the way to the top. He has his cameramen as his companion. Together, they steadily make their way up the summit. Needless to say, this was a challenging task. In fact, due to extreme cold, there are even patches of snow frozen on the side of the stairs toward the top. Finally, after a physically challenging trek, they are able to reach the top. The panoramic view from the summit is simply breathtaking. Having stayed at the top for some time, the duo makes its way to the base. There is also a tiny souvenir shop at the bottom. All in all, this journey was quite remarkable.
Navigating from India to Australia presents a formidable challenge, considering the approximately 110-day journey that traverses through 11 countries. The route includes Nepal, Tibet, China, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and finally, Australia. Essentially, the vlogger will be covering all the major Southeast Asian countries. Having already successfully completed a monumental trip from India to England, he is well-acquainted with the potential challenges along the way. Keeping an eye on his journey promises to be intriguing, as this marks the 34th episode in the series with a considerable distance yet to be covered.
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