A gathering of Volkswagens and enthusiasts at a gold mine outside Jerome
Few people have traveled the world like the Wescott’s. Take a look back, as Gary tells us what they’ve learned over their years on the road.
Four days of wandering along the Mogollon Rim and eastern Arizona’s Coronado Trail.
Gareth and Lisa of Sirocco Overland visit the abandoned city of Kadykchan.
Dog fishing, private Caribbean island, dirt roads, driving through lagoons, picking up strange hitch hikers, taking over a construction site, group baths, police trouble, national parks…
Follow the adventures of Ben, Sharne, Alaska, and Co’Pito as they travel north from Chile to Alaska in a VW Bus.
In the second half of our Adventure Interview with Gareth and Lisa of Sirocco Overland, we talk about Afghanistan, good travels and…enrichment.
Sometimes it’s best to turn the gadgetry off, put away the maps, and just wander.
Crossing the Sierra Pinacate and Gran Desierto de Altar
In our latest Adventure Interview, we catch up with Gareth and Lisa of Sirocco Overland.
Sarah Blessington, the better half of Exploring Elements, takes on the first of many overland journeys.
Brad and Sheena inch closer to Morocco after crossing from Asia to Europe overland.
Jason Goldstein explores the Pac Northwest in his 4×4 Sunrader.
Justin Coffey and his wife tour the Pacific Northwest, surfing and camping out of their converted cargo van.
Brad and Sheena Van Orden have been circumnavigating the globe for the past two years in their VW van affectionately referred to as Nacho. www.drivenachodrive.com is a beautifully presented chronicle of their colorful adventures.
As the birthplace of Ebola and AIDS, and the deathbed of untold millions in the tribal clash between the Hutus and the Tutsis. I wasn’t enthusiastic about driving our old Volkswagen campervan into such a volatile region.
Alan shares his story of traveling through Morocco in his Volkswagen Syncro
One of the most visually entertaining travel blogs on the internet, It chronicles the travels of two German overlanders and their world exploits over the last eight years.
We were officially in India with our own vehicle. A place with no concept of personal space, where traffic is dizzying and dangerous, and where we are literally regarded as alien creatures.
Giving back to the people and places that give us so many adventures.