Top Overland Travel destinations
  • Travel overland across the spectacular Bolivian altiplano
  • The beautiful city of Cusco, base for your Inca Trail trek
  • Hiking in Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina

Ushuaia to Cartagena

Starting in either Cartagena, Colombia or Ushuaia, Argentina, this overland tour travels the length of South America via Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile & Argentina (including Patagonia).

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Panama City to Anchorage Overland

Starting in either Panama City or Anchorage, this overland trip gives you the opportunity to experience the best of Central America, the western United States, Alaska & Canada.

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  • Grizzly bear in Denali National Park
  • Trek through the jungles of Costa Rica

Panama City to Anchorage Overland

Starting in either Panama City or Anchorage, this overland trip gives you the opportunity to experience the best of Central America, the western United States, Alaska & Canada.

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Buenos Aires to Cartagena Overland via Patagonia

Starting in either Cartagena, Colombia or Buenos Aires, Argentina, this overland tour travels via Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile & Argentina (including Patagonia).

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Cape to Cairo Overland – 17 weeks

The words ‘Cape Town to Cairo’ conjure up images of African expeditions from days of old. Even today there are a multitude of challenges that this vast continent can throw at you. Desert, river, & mountain crossings are inter-twined with stunning National Parks & some of the best adrenaline fuelled activities & playgrounds in the world. This is a trip that will linger in your memory long after completion.

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Cape to Cairo Overland – 17 weeks

The words ‘Cape Town to Cairo’ conjure up images of African expeditions from days of old. Even today there are a multitude of challenges that this vast continent can throw at you. Desert, river, & mountain crossings are inter-twined with stunning National Parks & some of the best adrenaline fuelled activities & playgrounds in the world. This is a trip that will linger in your memory long after completion.

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  • Silk Road history in Khiva, Uzbekistan
  • Kyrgyzstan is a favourite overland tour destination

Ulaanbaatar to Istanbul

This expedition is offered both westbound and eastbound. Travelling via Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, China & Mongolia, this overland tour follows the ancient Silk Road and explores Mongolia. From fascinating history and stunning scenery to friendly and hospitable people and much more.

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Istanbul to Beijing via Iran

This expedition starts in Istanbul, Turkey and travels via Turkey, Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan & China, finishing in the vibrant and exciting city of Beijing. Experience diverse cultures, discover unknown and often-turbulent history, explore varied landscapes and surroundings from wide verdant grasslands and barren deserts to towering snow-capped mountains and dense rainforest, and get lost in some of the world’s most vibrant and chaotic cities.

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Istanbul to Beijing via Iran

This expedition starts in Istanbul, Turkey and travels via Turkey, Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan & China, finishing in the vibrant and exciting city of Beijing. Experience diverse cultures, discover unknown and often-turbulent history, explore varied landscapes and surroundings from wide verdant grasslands and barren deserts to towering snow-capped mountains and dense rainforest, and get lost in some of the world’s most vibrant and chaotic cities.

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  • Yurts at Lake Song Kul, Kyrgyzstan

Istanbul to Beijing via Caspian

This expedition is offered both westbound and eastbound. Travelling via Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan & China, this overland tour follows the ancient Silk Road and explores China. From fascinating history and stunning scenery to friendly and hospitable people and much more.

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“The traveler was active; he went strenuously in search of people, of adventure, of experience.  The tourist is passive; he expects interesting things to happen to him.  He goes "sight-seeing" 
Daniel J. Boorstin

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