Middle East

Overland Travel in the Middle East

Traveling to the Middle East in your overland vehicle or exploring the region on foot are particularly popular yet, but those who have been there will tell you both can be so rewarding.

Drive to Iran, heralded as being one of the most hospitable countries in the world and home to the culturally rich cities of Esfehan and Shiraz.

Jordan deserves a visit in your overland vehicle with vast deserts to camp and canyons for a 4×4 challenge. Or park your overland vehicle for a while and explore the country on foot, following the 650-km-long Jordan Trail.

Hiking the Jordan Trail (part 2)

Starting the new year in Ais, part 2 of hiking the Jordan Trail leads from Ais, via Dana and Petra to Wadi Rum and Aqaba, totalling the 650 kms adventure on foot.

The Jordan Trail Hike (part 1)

Part 1 of the Jordan Trail hike, which covers 650 kms of trails from north to south Jordan, with the first half starting in Umm Qays and meandering through agricultural countrysides and Ajlun to Iraq al Amir.

Landcruising a River in Iran (video)

An oldie from 2003, our first river crossing ever, which was in Iran in the great company of our overlanding friends Erwin and Bastienne.

 
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