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4 Great Places to Take an Overland Trip

Overland trips allow you to experience the natural world in a way that few people do. But what if you don't have a particular destination in mind for your next journey? What if you need some fun travel ideas? Here are just a few places where you might enjoy an overland trip.



1. Japan
One of the most incredible things about Japan is that you can travel the entire length of the country in just a few weeks. It won't take you months and months of vacation time to see everything that the Land of the Rising Sun has to offer. From the rugged snow-topped mountains of Akita to the glittering shores of Odaiba Beach, you can pack it all into one exciting trip.



2. America
America has a number of highways, trails and driving routes that attract overlanders from all around the world. For example, the Trans-America Trail (TAT) stretches more than 5,000 miles between Tennessee and Oregon, and you'll get to enjoy everything from cliffs to forests as you follow it. It's definitely a road trip for the ages!



3. Tanzania
If you're looking to take an authentic African safari, try a place like Tanzania. It has all kinds of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries where you can see lions, tigers, elephants, rhinos and wildebeests. It's also a nice destination for travel photography if you're a shutterbug. There's nothing like a golden African sun rising over marula trees!



4. Australia
Experience a land "down under" when you travel the Australian outback. It's famous for its lush scenery and exotic animals, so you're sure to have a one-of-a-kind experience as you travel. An overland trip only makes it that much better. Instead of being stuck in the crush of the big cities, you'll have the wind in your hair as you drive through nature.

If you're ready to buy some overland equipment and hit the road, try one of these destinations for your next trip. They might be different in terms of scenery and style, but all of them will make for an amazing journey!

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