A little delay in our departure date……


Well, as in any planning things change. Change can be good or bad. In this case, it is good.We had been planning a departure date of June 4th 2012 up until this point. However, Bernard’s daughter (who was supposed to join us on the trip), was notified that she was accepted to the University ofContinue reading “A little delay in our departure date……”

I call it working…..She says I’m “Playing”….


It has been a few days since I last wrote. There is a good reason for that. I have been Busy, with a capital “B”. After ordering a multitude of parts, accessories and “stuff”, it began arriving. I ordered an extra heavy-duty front driveshaft for the Land Rover, as this is a weak spot onContinue reading “I call it working…..She says I’m “Playing”….”

Getting ready for Central America…….A quick trip to Michigan??


**18 days to Mexico!!**  Dead in the middle of the preparations for heading to Central America, we decided to take a quick trip to Michigan. We decided we did not have enough to do, so we packed up and headed north. Ohh, did I mention we decided to drive our 2008 Smart car. What a trip.Continue reading “Getting ready for Central America…….A quick trip to Michigan??”

24 Days until We head to Mexico! Are we going to be ready?


Our departure date is rapidly approaching. We have been planning for this trip now for nearly a year, and now here it is, staring us in the face. We are excited,  and stressed at the same time. Do we have all of the things covered to keep the business running while we are gone? Have we thoughtContinue reading “24 Days until We head to Mexico! Are we going to be ready?”

Welcome to the new blog of Central America Overland Expedition!


Please allow me to introduce our company to you: Central America Overland Expeditions. We are a relatively small, new company entering the Expedition Travel arena. We specialize in Overland Expedition travel, via Land Rover Discovery & Toyota  Land Cruiser to Central and Southern Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and Honduras. An average tour with clients will run five to seven days though Rain Forrest/Jungles, Mayan Ruins, Colonial Towns,Continue reading “Welcome to the new blog of Central America Overland Expedition!”