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Oasis Overland Photo Competition Winners!

April 13, 2016

Finally the wait is over... we are announcing our lucky Oasis Overland Photo Competition winners! Well done to you all and we look forward to seeing you on another trip with us soon. (Read more)

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A few reasons why we love Zimbabwe

March 23, 2016

Zimbabwe holds a special place in our hearts for us here at Oasis Overland. Here are a few reasons why it is such an incredible place to visit. (Read more)

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Latest from Happy hugs

Happy hugs

Jess Denham

March 21, 2016

Once we had said our goodbyes to everyone, poppy and I set off to Cape Agulhas where we would be staying for the next 5 days. It was really lovely here and we went on long walks down the beach and had picnics while lazing in the sun. The people are so friendly here as well and the walk to the southe...

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Latest from Backwaters and Hill Stations of Kerala

Backwaters and Hill Stations of Kerala

Lisa Friesen

April 18, 2016

Kerala Waterways After a relaxing 2 nights  in Varkala we headed up the coast to Kollam. The town itself  is just another busy, noisy Indian town. But it’s also the southern starting point for the backwaters of Kerala. The backwaters are a network of over 900km of stunning palm fringed rivers an...

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Latest from Cuba Drone Rules – Can I Bring a Drone to Cuba?

Cuba Drone Rules – Can I Bring a Drone to Cuba?

Divergent Travelers

April 28, 2016

While planning our trip to Cuba, the question was raised whether we could bring our DJI Phantom drone along with us. How cool would it be to capture those 1950’s classic cars on the streets […] The post Cuba Drone Rules – Can I Bring a Drone to Cuba? appeared first on Divergent Travele...

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Latest from Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town, South Africa

The Aberdeen Family

March 2, 2015

Our final days were spent exploring Cape Town….Table Mountain, Robben’s Island and the V and A Waterfront.  A beautiful city.  Views from Table Mountain    Robben’s Island     V and A Waterfront ...

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2015 in review

David Leonard

December 30, 2015

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,900 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 32 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see t...

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2015 in review

Matt and Alana

December 30, 2015

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,900 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 32 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see t...

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2015 in review

Rob Freeman

December 30, 2015

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,900 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 32 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see t...

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Latest from Home sweet home

Home sweet home

Matt Cummings

December 25, 2014

The final monthMy usual routine for writing this blog throughout the trip has been to update every fortnight for 2 reasons. 1 - no one wants to read about someone else travelling around the world every day for 19 months and 2 - my sanity. I broke my own rule with the last 4 weeks being com...

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Latest from Easter Island

Easter Island

Stuart Chaffe & Chloe Rutkowski

July 6, 2014

After completing the big South American loop, there were two places we couldn’t miss off, the Galapagos, check and Easter Island, ok let’s check that too. Easter Island has several names so to us in English, Easter Island, Rapa Nui in Rapa Nui and in Spanish Isla de Pascua not too confu...

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Latest from Lake Nakuru: One final game drive

Lake Nakuru: One final game drive

Jessica Monk

May 11, 2015

I have a secret to tell. Something that fills me with immense shame. Here it goes. By the time we reached Kenya, I was kind of over safaris. It feels good to finally get that out there. Those of you who’ve been with me from the beginning might remember a certain starry eyed overlander who said...

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Latest from We are the champions—of the ship!

We are the champions—of the ship!

Leggy Peggy

April 27, 2016

Poor John, me, Marian and Steve with our smiles and our winnings Sorry but I can’t resist being a bit of a braggart here. For the last 18 days, we’ve been on a ship in the Pacific Ocean, travelling from Valparaiso, Chile (near Santiago) to Los Angeles. I have to admit that cruising is ki...

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Latest from Atlas in Pictures: Laos

Atlas in Pictures: Laos

Emily Holland

July 17, 2015

Laos in Pictures Tagged: asia, laos, photography, Travel...

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Latest from Last day in Prague — Prague, Czech Republic

Last day in Prague — Prague, Czech Republic

Derrick Brown

March 25, 2016

Last day in Prague - Prague, Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic Where I stayed Henrietta Hotel PragueWould you believe it, we got up this morning, our last day in Prague It was bright sunshine; it was even warmish, considering the pa...

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Latest from Election Thoughts

Election Thoughts

Helen McAvoy

May 9, 2015

People are worried about the Tories; closing our hospitals, fucking up our schools, starving people who are on benefits. My question, did they vote? Turnout was about 60-70% in a lot of constituencies. The general feel, from a layman’s view on facebook, twitter and the British Press (the later sho...

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Latest from Election Thoughts

Election Thoughts

Barrie Roulston

May 9, 2015

People are worried about the Tories; closing our hospitals, fucking up our schools, starving people who are on benefits. My question, did they vote? Turnout was about 60-70% in a lot of constituencies. The general feel, from a layman’s view on facebook, twitter and the British Press (the later sho...

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Latest from Chum and Buddies reunited! — Ko Tao, Thailand

Chum and Buddies reunited! — Ko Tao, Thailand

Sarah Jones

October 10, 2015

Chum and Buddies reunited! - Ko Tao, Thailand Ko Tao, Thailand Where I stayed Ban's Diving Resort Ko TaoI was so excited as today my best friend was coming out to join me for a weeks holiday. Jenny and have lived a few houses away from ea...

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Latest from We are the champions—of the ship!

We are the champions—of the ship!

Peggy & John

April 27, 2016

Poor John, me, Marian and Steve with our smiles and our winnings Sorry but I can’t resist being a bit of a braggart here. For the last 18 days, we’ve been on a ship in the Pacific Ocean, travelling from Valparaiso, Chile (near Santiago) to Los Angeles. I have to admit that cruising is ki...

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Latest from Sharing is Caring: How the sharing economy can improve your travel experience

Sharing is Caring: How the sharing economy can improve your travel experience

Hannah Wayte

April 9, 2014

This article was first published on Times of Malta on 31st March 2013. Spread out across the table before me is an enviable feast in a display of colour any artist would be proud of. The aromas of freshly baked bread, heavily spiced couscous and a steaming hot tagine as its lid is taken off fight ...

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Latest from Snake Park

Snake Park

Sammy Mc

November 25, 2013

5/05/2012Today is the first day of the new leg of the trip, and four new people have joined us: Calum (Brit), Clare (Kiwi), Charity (Saffa) and Daniel (American). Calum seems to be off to a good start already - they had their pre-departure talk at 8am this morning, and I got Calum out of bed at 7.57...

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Latest from Azerbaijan, Land of Fire

Azerbaijan, Land of Fire

Lisa V

September 23, 2014

Gurban, our Azeri guide met us in Baku, cheerfully letting us know he was at our disposal 24/7! We quickly discovered he loves his tea and also drinks it with a sugar cube behind his teeth. We had a busy program but he constantly reassured us there was “No rush, no hurry”.In Baku, the flame towe...

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Latest from Bangkok Koh Samui Koh Phangan Thailand February 2013

Bangkok Koh Samui Koh Phangan Thailand February 2013

Bunny & Martin

November 30, -0001

Ahhh Thailand theres this smell as you step off the plane in Thailand its not a good smell or a bad smell its just Thailand I love it Its heat spices pollution a foreign country holidays all combined in one. Weve been to...

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Latest from The Home Straight — Katherine, Australia

The Home Straight — Katherine, Australia

Karen Ironmonger

May 18, 2014

The Home Straight - Katherine, Australia Katherine, AustraliaAfter travelling thousands of kilometres from Brisbane, through South West Queensland, outback New South Wales, South Australia and the Red Centre, we were on the home straight. After battling the heat, the im...

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Latest from The Home Straight — Katherine, Australia

The Home Straight — Katherine, Australia

Michael Bisson

May 18, 2014

The Home Straight - Katherine, Australia Katherine, AustraliaAfter travelling thousands of kilometres from Brisbane, through South West Queensland, outback New South Wales, South Australia and the Red Centre, we were on the home straight. After battling the heat, the im...

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Latest from 11 Day Kenya Safari

11 Day Kenya Safari

Brian Montalbo

November 3, 2015

Join expedition guide and travel-adventure photographer Brian Montalbo on a photography safari of a lifetime.  Brian has travelled to 36 countries in Africa and countless parks, and is excited to have selected five of the most photogenic and photography friendly parks in all of Africa to give y...

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Latest from There and Back Again

There and Back Again

Matthew Maher & Jen Hurd

December 13, 2011

Perito Merino Glacier - El CalafateWe were happy to have a few days to relax in Ushuaia and some time off driving.  Ushuaia is characterised by bad weather and cloudy skies - however it would typically only rain for a couple of hours a day and the rain was never heavy.  So while we were th...

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Latest from Completion in Cairo!

Completion in Cairo!

Kelvin & Ania

August 16, 2009

The end of our Africa Travels are almost complete. We have successfully arrived in Cairo, and despite all Africa could throw at us we have succeeded to arrive on time having completed the entire route overland!!! It’s been a wild ride, and we have many Fantastic Memories to bore you all with w...

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