Monday, October 21, 2019

ISSUE III: The good-hearted King

You may have heard some of the myths and legends that abound regarding the last great African explorer, Kingsley Holgate, or "King" as his close friends call him. Kingsley is a friend to everybody...

ISSUE#19: The World’s Most Luxurious Road Trip

We all travel for different reasons. Some of us backpack Europe on a budget escaping the mundane of our everyday lives or discovering new cultures in the world we inhabit. Some, however, are fortunate...

ISSUE 6: Crossing the Arabian Sea

Spilling across four Middle Eastern nations, the Rub' al Khali or Empty Quarter desert has an arid climate with no reliable water sources and ever-shifting terrain. It is considered one of the most inhospitable...

Through Africa – in the name of love

How do you know your wife is the one for you? It’s simple: You invite her on a seven-month adventure through Africa in a Land Rover. Together, you dodge hippos in Kenya; shady peddlers...

A tale of old Landy, ‘n kwaai vrou en baie brandy

IN ISSUE 5 (December 2013): Before you hurriedly turn the page to another non-technical article in this magazine, let me explain that this is not just a story following the trials and tribulations of yet...

ISSUE#20: Landys in the Lowveld – FIVE Best Self-Drive Tours in the Kruger

In terms of diversity and wildlife, the Kruger National Park is vast. Your Land Rover’s standard 6.0mm-thick windscreen is all that separates you from some of the wildest beasts on the African continent. With...

ISSUE II: We report back on Landy Festival 2013

After the roaring success of 2012’s inaugural Landy Festival, the pressure was on organisers Craig Dutton and co. to keep this amazing train rolling in 2013. Was the aim of another Guinness World Record...

ISSUE 7: This is Africa, old chap! British Landy man does UK to Nigeria

Just like Livingstone and many others, Africa holds a certain allure for British explorers – whether it’s our many undiscovered tracks, mysterious sights and sounds or the diversity of our people and culture. Even...

ISSUE 16: The Magic of Marataba Safari Lodge

Many South Africans are under the illusion that luxury safari lodges are reserved exclusively for the rich, famous and the occasional tourist looking to profit from our weakened Rand. We all know how unique...

ISSUE 14: CAMP JABULANI – The Amarula Experience

Camp Jabulani in Limpopo is the perfect place to steep one’s soul in the warmth and elegance of this amazing African property. The villas seamlessly blends into the surrounding bush. The main boma comprises of an...