|An Early VW Westfalia Exploring Africa
Twenty years around the world in a VW camper.
Rich and Amanda Ligato are currently driving their 79 VW Westfalia around the world. Fascinating. They have an e-mail
Larry Chase's North American Road Trip in a Syncro Westy.
A bunch of north american VW Westfalias on a trip to celebrate the new millenium at the end of the road, in Tierra del
Jack and Kelli's Honeymoon Adventure
An 8,000 plus miles journey through Mexico in a 1965 VW camper. Very entertaining and inspiring reports and photos. Jack
is a co-founder of the WetWesties
together with Jim Arnott and myself.
|My 1966 Westfalia in Mexico
To India in a VW Camper
From England to India in a 1972 VW Dormobile conversion bus.
The Zebra Safari
Christian Figenschou's overland trip across Africa in his "Zebra Bus", a 1975 Volkswagen Fleetline Kombi. This
is a split-windscreen Kombi made in Brazil and assembled in South Africa during 1975 (one year only), some eight years after
German production of split-screen buses had ended in 1967.
Kevin and Heather's Excellent Adventure.
Latin America in a diesel Vanagon Westfalia, by Kevin Innes. With an unexpected ending...
Top of the World Tour
A dozen Volkswagen busses of different vintage traveled to Inuvik, in Canada's Northwest Territories. In 23 days the
drivers covered 8,424 kilometers, 2,703 on unpaved roads.
See what happens when Eric, his friends and a Golden Retriever named Jack pile in a VW bus and hit the road. Destination ...
And fast!! Volkswagen AG's Guiness speed-record-breaking trip from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego, with a TDi Syncro Multivan
The Upton's overland adventures around the world.
Latin American Challenge
Driving a Land Rover from Texas to Tierra del Fuego.
From Argentina to Canada in a Graham Paige
Herman Zapp and his wife Candelaria crossed the continet in an unrestored, original 1928 Graham Paige! (in Spanish)
San Francisco to Tierra del Fuego
Tips after driving a Toyota 4Runner to the end of the world.
Motorcyclist Survival Guide to World Travel
Very thorough and useful, even for automobile traveling. Has country-specific links.
Jeff and Linda's World
Very entertaining reports from this couple and their travels around the world.
South American Explorers' Club
The non-profit South
American Explorers (SAE) is a source of travel information for South and Central America. Supported almost entirely through
the contributions of its members, SAE seeks to aid educational and scientific projects, to sponsor expeditions, to promote
worthy community service organizations and activities, and to awaken greater interest in and appreciation of Latin America.
(US Gov't) Tips for Travelers to Central and South America
US embassies in Latin America and other information. Warning: the value of some of their comments depend on your views
about Latin America.
India by Motorcycle
A motorcycle expierence in India, with lots of information and good reading.
|India by Motorcycle