Land Rover Is Throwing a Pair of Epic 4x4 Summer Camps

On the agenda: not rolling one, hopefully

By Shari Gab

 
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01 August 2017

You’re landing in Namibia's largest city and capital, Windhoek, and traveling to an African lodge to meet fellow explorers and hang with the region’s wild game at a nearby watering hole.

After breakfast, you’re heading out in a new Land Rover Discovery to Etosha National Park, one of the world’s grandest wildlife reserves where lion prides roam about.

And that’s just the beginning.

Land Rover is launching two self-drive adventure travel experiences with their new SUV — one in Namibia and one closer to home in Utah.

Both are breathtakingly wild rides.

Namibia (3 images)

The Namibia Adventure is an eight-day excursion traversing Africa’s expansive scenery through Etosha, onto Khowarib Canyon and further to the Namib Desert where it meets the South Atlantic Ocean. Sights to behold include zebras, cheetahs and a series of surreal landscapes.

The adventure begins May 1, 2018 and will run you $6,943 per person, which covers all drive activities, accommodations, meals and airport transfers along the way.

But if it’s more rough-and-tumble off-roading you’re after, the Utah Adventure has got what you need.

A five-day excursion, this ride will take one through Moab’s red rock terrain and stretch to Arches National Park onto the Canyonlands. And you’re really going to get a chance to see what the Discovery can do with this one. Drivers will be challenged to the state's most notorious climbs: the Seven Mile Rim, the Spider Mesa and the Hells Revenge Trails.

This experience will depart October 21, 2017 and go for $5,250 per person, also including all grub, lodging, activities and transfers.

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