Land Rover wants you to like their Discovery vehicle so they have launched a pair of what they are calling “adventure travel experiences” featuring the Discovery – with the catch being that they are in Namibia and Utah [apparently there is not much need for a Land Rover Discovery in Bermuda or Tahiti]. Land Rover’s Namibia Adventure is an eight-day affair while you only have to spend five days in the Beehive State for the Utah Adventure.
The Namibia Adventure includes a briefing from a Land Rover Experience instructor, then a trip to Etosha National Park – departing on May 1, 2018 and costing $6,943 per person [based on double occupancy].
The less expensive and less exciting Utah Adventure features more off-road driving challenges as it takes place around the rock-hopping mecca of Moab. For this adventure, participants will visit Arches National Park, Canyonlands, Seven Mile Rim, Poison Spider Mesa and the Hells Revenge Trails. The Utah Adventure begins October 21, 2017 and costs $5,250 per person [based on double occupancy].
Both trips include all Land Rover driving activities, accommodation, meals and airport transfers, with more information being found at Land Rover Adventures.