“As you move outside of your comfort zone, what was once the unknown and frightening becomes your new normal.”– Robin S Sharma.
The Trans-Siberian highway
The Trans-Siberian highway is just the informal name given to the highway that runs from St. Peterburg to Vladivostok. There is always active road work that happens in continuity on this highway, sometimes making you take the roads less used; like straight into the woodlands or along the banks of some lake or for that matter hilly terrains too.
The length of the highway is 10,000 kms! Yes, let that sink. The Trans-Siberian highway consists of the roads Russia, Ural, Irtysh, Siberia, Baikal, Amur, and Ussuri. The surface of each of these roads is of asphalt-concrete, sometimes making it dangerous to drive over. The transition between each of these roads leads to different and changing terrains, which by itself is a drive that you will be able to distinguish and remember.
Let us learn more about the Trans-Siberian road trip led by Meenakshi Sai that’ll give you a better sense of the adventure she’s planned for you.