About Expedition Portal
Expedition Portal is a community of adventure travelers, where the primary means of exploration is by 4wd and motorcycle. Founded in 2005 by Scott Brady, CEO of Overland International, Expedition Portal is operated by a team of experienced adventurers, our staff having completed expeditions on all seven continents. With the growing popularity of overland travel, Expedition Portal has expanded in membership and content to represent the single-largest repository of online overland resources on the web. This includes 3,000+ feature editorials, 175,000 community members and over 2.3 million forum posts. Most know us as ExPo.
About Overland International
Overland International, Inc. is the parent company for the Overland Journal magazine, the Expedition Portal website and the Overland Rally event series. Overland International also produces HD video content for web and television. The company is an employee-owned business headquartered in Prescott, Arizona.
About Overland Journal
Started in 2007, Overland Journal is an archive quality, journal format publication dedicated to expedition travel and exploration in North America and around the world. Published five times per year with a print and digital circulation of 14,000 copies and an international audience, Overland Journal features 136 pages of expedition vehicles, travel stories, equipment reviews and breathtaking photography. Learn more about Overland Journal at overlandjournal.com.
What is Overlanding?
Overlanding is about exploration and adventure travel. While the roads and trails we travel might be rough or technically challenging, they are the means to an end, not the goal itself. The pursuit is to see and learn about our world, whether on a weekend trip 100 miles from home or a 10,000-mile expedition across another continent. The vehicle and equipment can be simple or extravagant – they, too, are simply means to an end. History, wildlife, culture, scenery, self-sufficiency – these are the rewards of overlanding. Click here for a complete definition.