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2016 has been a very busy year in our truck workshops in Suffolk in the UK and in Cuzco, Peru. The past few years we have been focusing on updating our fleet and with 22 trucks on the road and a busy departure schedule, this has been some mean feat! Amber II Amber II was completed earlier this year by our team at the Cuzco workshop, headed up by Dragoman Regional Fleet Manager, Darren Nicholls. Amber II recently started a trip in Colombia and is making her way down the East coast Pan-American Highway, through Patagonia to the Southern tip…

16th November 2016
Sampling the local cuisine is a great way to immerse yourself in local culture, and you don’t need to head to fancy restaurants to taste the best food a country has to offer. Many of the tastiest, cheapest and safest dishes can often be found on the streets! We explore the weird and wonderful dishes on offer on our Dragoman routes. A – Açai, Brazil This tasty and powerful superfood snack can be found on the beach kiosks and lancherías around Rio de Janeiro. Popular among surfers, athletes and health fanatics, the deep purple iced slush is made from the…

We all know that travel broadens our horizons, pushes us out of our comfort zone, gives us the opportunity for so many new experiences and helps us make new friends… but did you know that it can even make us more creative? Studies show that spending time abroad can affect mental change - creativity is related to neuroplasticity, or in simple terms, how the brain is wired up. These wires are affected by our environment, making them sensitive to change. Therefore all the new sights, sounds, smells and sensations we experience when travelling stimulates these wires and can revitalise the mind, sparking creativity. Over…

Ever wondered what it’s like to travel the Silk Road? How demanding is it? What is the weather and the food like? And what exactly is 'Goat Polo'?! Dragoman crew member Sinead has just arrived back at Camp Green after driving the Silk Road from Bishkek to Istanbul, and gives us the low down on this fascinating Central Asian route.   Which was your favourite country? It depends on what we’re talking about. For culture I’d have to say Iran, for landscapes Kyrgyzstan, and for historical sites it has to be Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan has the most amazing architectural sites, so…