Road Travel – Where to Go and What to See on your Overland Trips
Camp along Lake Baikal, meet the Mennonites in Paraguay, traverse the Pantanal in Brazil to watch wildlife, drive the Pan-American Highway (
why?), visit the Demilitarized Zone in South Korea (but the overlanders’ way), rough camp on high altitude in Chile, cross Peru’s mountain passes, and overland in winter in Siberia.
There is so much to see and do, enjoy the stories and add your favorites to your overland bucket list!
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We drive to the end of the world, meet Bertoldo and get landcruisingadventure.com in the air. How does that work?
Stopped by the traffic police during a roadblock in Bélem. Are we speaking the same language as the police officer?
A private tour through a gold mine!
There are blockades in Guyana and we have to calculate how much diesel we have, and how much more we need Or can we get to Mahdia after all?
Europe in South America: French Guiana. It has the euro and lots of good wine and cheese. It’s also on a major drug trafficking route – how safe is it?
Part 2 of Off-Road in Sertão, Brazil: fixing the spare tank, driving rally terrain, hitting the start of the rainy season.
From the coast to Fazenda Lajedo de Pai Mateus: Sertão, caatinga, farms, cacti and palma, and friendly, helpful people.
Driving through the Amazon during rain has its challenges: tarantula’s, midgets, mosquitoes and dengue.
Cruising the Altiplano of North Chile, which is characterized by llamas, vicuñas, ceremonial villages and colorful landscapes.
Are we in northeast Bolivia? Some things look very Asian, even the tropical forests around the World’s Most Dangerous Road.
Overlanding through one of South America’s most stunning regions with Laguna Colorada, Salar de Uyuni, Fumaroles and Volcanoes.
Our introduction to Bolivia: washboard, dust and altitude problems.
In part 2 of Impressions of Uruguay we travel to Montevideo and explore the countryside up to the coast of Punto Diablo.
Tranquility is what summons up our impressions of Uruguay. Lovely would work as well