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Drive A 2017 Land Rover Discovery in Namibia and Utah

Posted in News on July 31, 2017
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Contributors: Ben Albano

Land Rover is to adventure and off-road as peanut butter is to jam, and it wants to be sure that while its Discovery model may be marketed to a more on-road audience, its off-road capability still makes up a significant part of its DNA. Which is why the auto manufacturer has launched two off-road travel experiences, both of which get you behind the wheel of the new 2017 Land Rover Discovery.

The first of the two programs is the eight-day Land Rover Namibia Adventure, which is offered at €6,500 per person. That price includes all activities, accommodations, meals, and airport transfers, according to Land Rover. Guests of this program will travel through sand dunes and enjoy scenery from Etosha National Park and the juncture of the Namib desert and the South Atlantic Ocean.

The Land Rover Utah Adventure is a five-day experience, but costs more. For $5,250 per person, you can test your off-roading abilities—and the Discovery’s—on the trails of Utah’s Moab off-road playground. Guests will drive through Arches National Park and the Canyonlands, and will negotiate the Seven Mile Rim, Poison Spider Mesa, and the Hells Revenge Trails, but not before a full day of off-road training and instruction.

The Namibia program will depart on October 14th, while the Utah program will depart on October 17th.

Source: Land Rover

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