Overlanding in Chile: our summary of road conditions, road tolls, safety, overnight camping, supplies, and other topics relevant to overland travellers.
The final in our 4 part series, sharing international overlander stories in answer to our question: What inspired you to travel the Pan-American Highway?
Making memories with people you meet, places you go, and sights you see make for a fulfilled year. The more you have, the longer your life seems to be.
Inspiration for the New Year from Overlanders: different countries, different vehicles, and different life stages, all on the PanAm for different reasons.
We asked “what inspired you to travel the World’s Longest Highway?” and received these inspiring stories from another 6 diverse Pan-American overlanders.
We asked fellow international overlanders “What inspired you to travel the Pan-American Highway?” We are pleased to share the first 6 fascinating stories.
It wasn’t planned, but in Colombia we ended up driving another of South America’s infamous “Death Roads”, El Trampolín de la Muerte – not as bad as its name suggests.
The Corpus Christi fiesta of Pujilí in Cotopaxi Province, is famous right across Ecuador. But it is relatively unknown to tourists outside of the country.
Ingapirca is often called the most famous Inca site of Ecuador. But it is so much more. The local Cañaris take great pride in their heritage at this site.