07/20/2016

Through the Himalayas in a Cayenne

With tours to the world’s most remote places, the Indian organisation “Women Beyond Boundaries” aims to promote self-confidence in women. This particular trip involved 3,500 kilometres through the Himalayas in a Porsche Cayenne.

Their route takes them over two of the highest mountain passes in the world: Khardung La and Marsimik La at over 5,500 metres. In 18 days, the founder of “Women Beyond Boundaries” Nidhi Tiwari and her co-driver Neha V. Sadananda cross more than twelve mountain passes. The journey also takes them across the unspoilt landscape of Zanskar and through the off-road region between Nubra and Pangong Tso. They cover the route in a Porsche Cayenne.

“Women Beyond Boundaries” has set itself the target of strengthening the position of women in Indian society. Mobility is regarded as a key to greater independence, which is why the organisation initiated the journey through the remote mountain regions.

Impressions: Himalayan Drive
Consumption Data

Cayenne: Combined fuel consumption: 9,2 l/100 km; CO2 emissions: 215 g/km

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