I was once almost in love with an Afrikaans girl. She lived in a posh house on top of a hill and bore a German surname. Her father, Loot, hated the thought of me but begrudgingly liked me and one day asked for my help to build an overland trailer which he planned to use…
Testing a mobile abode with a lap of Africa.
Three days in the Northern Frontier
Tracing the Continental Divide through Southern Colorado
Watch original 1950s footage of the Airstream Caravan from Capetown to Cairo
A worry free adventure through the best New Mexico has to offer
Hot springs, mountains, Bolivian borders and the Atacama desert
You meet the most interesting people on the road.
Four chances to win a set of Cooper STT Pro tires, and one chance to win a very grand prize
One van named Nacho, two travelers, 927 days driving around the world.
Two parents, four children, and ten months in Africa and South America
Overland Journal’s Chris Collard interviews one of the most well-traveled duos in overlanding.
In search of mines, mustangs, and cow camps in the Northern Nevada Desert.
Headed for Baja over the winter? Ian Meredith found the best places to camp.
118,000 miles around the world in a VW bug pulling a camper trailer? Why not?
A dirt road, good friends, and two days are all you need for one heck of an escape.
Wil Morgan tackles a trail previously reserved for two wheels.
Although all buttoned up and cozy in my Westy at a disused Forest Service campground near Leavenworth, I couldn’t get to sleep. I was anxious about the rest of trip and what it could cost me. Last year the group’s damage amounted to a snapped axle, two broken CV joints, a shredded sidewall and a...
It’s an unavoidable aspect of international overlanding, but it doesn’t have to always be difficult.
Two well travelled Australians, Ron and Viv Moon, love wandering the wilder places of the Southwest of the USA.