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Being one of the world’s most ancient and historically important trade routes, the Silk Route connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Pacific Ocean.  The route is not a single path but rather a network of tributaries spanning over 7,000km.   Once used by traders transporting goods varying from gold to melons, military goods to, of course, silk and the term “Silk Road” was coined in the 19th century by Ferdinand von Richthofen, a German explorer.   The route traverses arguably some of the most inhospitable terrain on the planet; covering vast plains and desserts making this a truly venturesome land.  So…

Our crew photo competition has ended and we had many amazing shots. This is a selection of our favourites.  Fantastic shot of a bush camp by Rob Lord. Who wouldn't want to be here and connect with nature?  We don't often get photos of snow covered trucks. This is the true spirit of overlanding and another shot from Rob Lord  Lovely shot of Bettsy, our North American converted school bus, by Louise France. Overlanding the Americas from the tip of Alaska down to South America!  How about waking up to this fabulous setting. Fantastic shot from 'Dutchie' Thanks to all the crew that sent in…

  We will be attending several local and national events throughout the year but the two main events have to be the mega Destinations Travel Show and the Telegraph Travel Show. At both events we will be taking a fully functioning and 'ready-to-go' truck so you can see exactly what it's like inside. Listen to a destination talk, take a truck tour, get privileged access to special offers and plenty more... The Telegraph Travel Show Where: Excel London When: 13th - 15th January 2017 What: Explore destinations, win holidays, speak to impartial industry experts in the Travel Genius Bar, meet your favourite Telegraph travel writers and discover your…

Long drive days are an inevitable part of an overland trip, and are just as much a part of the adventure as the incredible activities and sights that await at the end of the drive. For many years now we have been advised about the dangers of immobility on long haul flights and the need to get up and move around, but what about on long drive days? The World Health Organisation warns that “prolonged immobility, whether by car, bus, train or air, can lead to pooling of the blood in the legs, which in turn may cause swelling, stiffness…