Maybe you’re doing it for the thrill, or perhaps you just want to get past that last stretch towards your destination. Regardless of the reason, off-roading at night in your overlander Land Rover should not be taken lightly.
You and your Land Rover Defender Camper need more than just a couple of sleeping bags for a successful outdoor adventure. The art of camping requires patience, planning, and a whole lot of grilling (we’ll get to that later). And even when you’re taking on the wild in your trusty Defender, there are a few need-to-knows when it comes to preparing and setting up to ensure a memorable outdoor experience.
Off-roading wouldn’t be the same without your Overland Land Rover. What makes this brilliant piece of British engineering the best 4×4, is that you can shamelessly personalize it to make it your own. And after countless adventures and off-road trips, you’ll smile fondly at the sight of your Defender parked in your driveway in all its glory.
Classic Overland had the honor of shooting the Union Jack in front of the historic Manor House at Laborie Wine Estate in Cape Town, South Africa.