Overlanding is vehicle-based, self-reliant, long distance travel where the journey is more important than the destination. We discovered overlanding in 2018, after we had already been traveling full-time for four years.
We weren’t sure if we were cut out for the level of intentional self-deprivation that overlanding requires–especially because we were traveling with a toddler! But our shakedown trips into Mexico had us hooked, and we ended up doing 4,000 miles through the interior and the full Baja Peninsula.
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We learned from our time in interior Mexico that we love staying in town centers so we can walk to everything. It really makes us feel connected to the local
“Beware of flowers in the desert.” -Brittany’s ancient proverb Another weekend, another marvelous wild camping spot on the Baja Peninsula. After being tempted by the Punta Chivato camping spot on
Stunning Misión San Ignacio Now south of Guerrero Negro, we’re officially in Baja California Sur–the southern state on the Baja Peninsula. While we’ve enjoyed most of our stops so far,
Guerrero Negro tends to be an exciting milestone for most overlanders, since it’s just south of the state line in Baja California Sur. It’s a great place to get fuel
Bog Out Vehicle Recovery Kit allows recovery in reverse (Credit: Bog Out) What if you could “winch” yourself out without a winch? That is exactly what the team behind Bog
Overlanding certainly isn’t about rock-crawling, but it naturally leads off-road as you push your personal limits. When I first read about the trail to Misión San Borja on Expedition Portal,