A traveller pair from India has accomplished a significant feat by visiting all seven continents in the span of just three days, earning them a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records. They left on December 4 and travelled across Antarctica, South America, Europe, North America, Africa, Asia, and Oceania in exactly three days, one hour, and five minutes. On December 7, they arrived in Melbourne, Australia. Dr. Irani spoke about the feat and said he was humbled by it. He added that it was a wonderful joy and honour to break a world record while doing something they both had a great passion for.
Dr. Irani has earlier been a physiotherapist for the Indian cricket team. So far, he has traveled to as many as 90 countries. Picking up from him, Sujoy Mitra, moved on from the corporate world and dived into traveling. He has so far traveled to 173 countries, and might as well have a new record set for himself. The duo was certified by Guinness Book for traveling to seven continents in three days.
Dr Khawla AlRomaithi of the UAE formerly held the record, which she set in February 2020 and was 3 days, 14 hours, 46 minutes, and 48 seconds.
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