Combine Polar with a South America Overland.
For centuries, the great civilizations of East and West were connected by the Silk Road, a network of shifting intercontinental trade routes linking China with Central Asia and continuing on to India, Persia and the Mediterranean.
Mozambique doesn’t see as many visitors as popular neighbours like Tanzania and South Africa, and to the north its infrastructure is poor, but that makes it the perfect destination for overlanders and adventure travellers looking to step away from Africa’s tourist track.
There are so many must-do routes and activities in South America that knowing where to start can be quite overwhelming, which is why we’ve hand-picked a few of the best overland trips in South America to help you get started.
Overlanding is still a fairly niche style of travel for discovering a new country, with many people preferring to fly to save time; but as attitudes towards air travel continue to shift, overland travel is really coming into its own.