Looking at the world map it seems quite easy, after all on our laptop screen the world map doesn’t look very big.  But this couldn’t be further from the truth.  When planning the route, there are lots of things we need to think about.  Political situations,  border crossings, visas, how long can we stay in the country, weather conditions, driving regulations, what do we want to see and so much more.

Planning the route for a drive around the world is no easy task

We have to take into account lots of factors for example the weather, travel advice, driving conditions, shipping routes and ease of border crossings.  This list goes on and on.

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We are planning to leave in January 2020, not the warmest time of year – yes I know it’s actually the coldest, which is why we thought rather than heading east we would go straight south, in the hope of finding slightly warmer weather.

At this point there is every chance that the route may change but we have planned an approximate provisional route.

Ultimate Road Trip

This video shows our initial plans.

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Couple from the UK
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Van called Trudy
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Border Crossings
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Continents
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Miles by Land
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Miles by Sea
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KM by Sea

Who knows how many months?

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