We’ve also invested in the awning and annex room. We’ll be testing it out over the coming months, but already really impressed with it’s quality and unique features.
Clients took a drone on their recent trip. This is what 3 nights in Scotland can look like when the sun is out.
The observant amongst you will notice it’s not a Land Rover. Alas, while Land Rover isn’t making Defenders, life goes on. And so must we. We’re looking forward to seeing the new Defender – whenever (if ever?) – it arrives, but in the meantime we’re branching out.
You’ll know the Toyota Hilux from TV footage of war zones. When Overland Journal (our favourite magazine) traversed Antarctica, they used these. So it should be capable enough to tackle the Isle of Skye (even when raining).
We’ve gone for the very basic UN Peacekeeper / rebel insurgent specification. Easier to clean, less to break, and we’re just not that keen on chrome.
Now to figure out where to fit the tent, fridge, storage units, procure the gear, get it photographed, the instructions written, add it to the website…….
Recent clients of ours keep an excellent food and travel blog. The full report of their month-long trip in one of our Land Rovers can be read here: http://kraut-kopf.de/scotland-road-trip/?lang=en.
Scroll past the many superb photos for the article, where they make many valid comments and give lots of tips about camping in parts of Scotland.
Beneath the article, there is also a map of their route.