OJWe’ve been subscribing to this publication for over 2 years now and can’t recommend in enough: if you’re interested in overland travel and want intelligent and detailed articles, sublime photography and unending inspiration, read the Overland Journal.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA recent client of ours – a keen hill walker – has written a report of his holiday.  Read it (and see some great photos) here.

DS - New PogAnother fresh new Land Rover has just joined the fleet.  Now to equip it!

LS - On the RoadScotland has just designated a 500 mile coastal drive which can rival Route 66 for spectacle.  Check the official website here for downloadable maps and GPS  routes.

DS - Gift VoucherNo more dilemmas about what to give the person who has everything!  Scotland Overland gift vouchers are now available.

MU - ChateauA little taste of the variety Scotland has to offer!

The NeedleSee Scotland Now’s compilation of the 40 best views in Scotland to get inspiration for your next trip.

Scotland Overland A5 Book Proof 4[1].pdfCheck out our new Vehicle User Guide.  This is what we now supply with all of our Land Rovers: it gives step-by-step instructions for using all of the equipment, and tips for driving both on and off road.

JN - Through the Windscreen (1920 x 1280)Interesting to see that Business Insider included the A82 through Glencoe on their list of the world’s 20 most beautiful roads . Couldn’t agree with them more!

Dog Hammock

Dog Hammock

Never let it be said that we don’t listen to our clients: due to popular demand we can now accommodate your four-legged canine friends in our Land Rovers (as modelled by Stella here).

The “Doggie Package” is available as one of our optional extras (£40), and includes the dog hammock which covers the rear seats; food and water bowls; a fleece blanket and the additional cleaning required on account of muddy paws. Due to the configuration of the vehicle and the fact that the hammock takes up the whole of the back seat, this is only available for with a maximum of two passengers. For canine health and safety reasons dogs must sleep in the hammock in the vehicle and are not permitted in the roof tents.

Woof, woof!