Our expedition takes us from Kutch to Kanyakumari through 2 different routes. In a journey of over 3000 KM, the obstacles are many but the mission is one - Conquer the Coast.
We traverse past a myriad of landscapes. We venture into regions rarely approached. We revel in the marvel of adventure until we finally hit the southern-most point of the Indian subcontinent.
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It's the night before my expedition from Kutch to Kanyakumari. It's a night that's longer most. Not because of the daunting journey ahead, but the wait I need to endure before I hit the waters...Read More
My travels begin from the state of Gujarat. The blue waters are as turbulent as they are crystal-clear. The mission is one, but the challenges are many. It's time to conquer the coast...Read More
I’m kayaking from Dwarka to Kanyakumari. The process has seen us kayak down the beautiful blue / green coast of Gujarat down to the tip at Diu. We are now into Day 2 on the East Coast of Gujarat. There's a long way to go...Read More
Every day, a dry bag goes into my kayak with dry clothes, food supplies, water, a Swiss army knife, and my ID, all safely secured in case of emergencies. Every day that dry bag leaves the kayak unused is a great day...Read More
There is that old question – “If you knew where you would meet your demise, would you knowingly go there?” For 30 years, ships have been sensing their end, retreating to Alang for their last rites. Huge giants of the sea tread softly in on a high tide, and as the water retreats their death toll is rung...Read More
You find yourself at a turbulent beach. You brave the white breakers. You get tossed. A rude awakening in the morning. Water in the kayak if your skirt isn’t on. You tumble out. If the waves aren’t doing it for you, you drag your kayak to shore...Read More
In 2015, Kaustubh Khade kayaked solo from Bombay to Goa. Covering 415 km in 17 days, he set a Limca Record for the Longest Solo Kayaking by an Indian.
He is committed to changing the perception of Kayaking in India and hopes to see more Indians on the global stage of competitive kayaking in the years to come.
Shanjali Shahi has a passion for travel that fuels her 300 km journey. She gave up on the comforts of her former corporate life to follow this passion, and it has taken far and wide.
All along the expedition, Shanjali challenges the limitations that solo women travelers face in India.