Woman becomes first Indian to drive to coldest place

Yahoo: Nidhi Tiwari Becomes First Indian to Drive to the Coldest Inhabited Place on Earth in Temp of -59°C!
December 30, 2016
Dainik Bhaskar: Nidhi Tiwari First Indian To Drive In Siberia In 59°C
December 30, 2016

Woman becomes first Indian to drive to coldest place

Tiwari encountered temperatures as low as -59 degrees Celsius and drove on roads built on permafrost.

New Delhi: A lot of people often go around describing travel as their passion and many of them do go on trips from time to time, but then once in a while some people come across with feats which give all of us travel goals and India has found such inspirations in three women who drove across 17 countries in 97 days and a family that drove from Bengaluru to France.

Now Nidhi Tiwari, who was one of the women who embarked on the inspiring 97 day journey, has made news for another adventure by taking a 5000 km drive to Siberia at the peak of its notoriously harsh winter, and reached Oymyakon, which is the coldest inhabited place on earth.

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