Land Rover

Wild and wonderful – Bush Run

To properly celebrate Bush Run’s fifth anniversary, a handful of enthusiastic Land Rover owners kicked off the new year with their eighteenth meeting since the

Golden oldies Camel Trophy

For two decades the Camel Trophy was the epitome of all things adventure, perseverance, toughness and – of course – Land Rover. From humble beginnings the event morphed into the ultimate test of man and machine as teams from around the world competed in the roughest conditions imaginable to walk off with the ultimate accolade. TONY YEO reflects on South Africa’s participation and the birth of the local event, the Camel Adventure.

A journey of purpose

Legendary adventurer Kingsley Holgate and his team recently set off on an 18-month expedition to highlight the importance of conserving Africa’s iconic wildlife and remaining natural landscapes and draw attention to the needs of rural communities living alongside these remote areas. LIANA REINERS attended the send-off.

A tale of not-so-short shortcuts

A group of adventurers set off into the mountains and valleys for an unforgettable 4×4 weekend getaway that promises to be one for the books. ANGELIQUE and NICO DENNER share their fun-filled experience.

Have Landy, will travel: Chartwell 2 Chartwell Pt.1

100 days. That is how long it took the intrepid team on the Autobarn Chartwell to Chartwell (C2C) mission to cross 23 countries and 22 000km between Chartwell in South Africa and Chartwell in the United Kingdom. Although only three of the seven vehicles made it to the destination, their story is a riveting one.

Off the beaten path

What happens when an adventurous group of friends wants to make the most of the long Easter weekend? Peter Field shares the group’s experience travelling on some of the Western Cape’s picturesque back roads.

Bush Wacker

In the overlanding community, there is a constant debate between the analogue nature of “old-school rigs” and the tech-heavy vehicles that are manufactured today. While the team here at Adventure Afrika appreciates the engineering marvels of the newer rigs, we have the highest appreciation for well-maintained and cared-for old boys like the Land Rover Defender 130 that Charles Dean calls home when traversing Africa.