The Xoverland project is a reality based web series that follows an expedition crew of overland travellers and their outfitted vehicles through some of the most remote parts of the planet.

An entertaining watch

More than 110,000 subscribers watched a 12-part series exploring Alaska and the Yukon territory of Canada, in which the team camped below a glacier, reached the northernmost point you can drive to in North America, suffered a breakdown, and completed an epic final leg along the Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail.

Their channel attracts a dedicated audience of explorers and petrol heads, and while the channel is serious business with high production values, the team also has plenty of fun along the way. Their 30-second spoof of Baywatch has been watched by more than 22,000 people.

The next challenge

Following on from trips around Canada, the USA, Mexico and Central America, the team are looking forward to their next challenge. This summer, WWL completed the ocean transport of three off-road Toyota vehicles for Xoverland’s upcoming expedition in South America.

WWL transported the heavily-modified Toyota Tacoma, 4Runner and Land Cruiser from Galveston, Texas, to Cartagena, Colombia.

The Xoverland crew will now travel the entire length of South America along the Southern Pan-American Highway, which clings to the western coast of the continent taking in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and Chile, before crossing the Andes mountains into Argentina.

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The vehicles were temporarily stored at WWL’s facility in Galveston before being loaded onto the WWL vessel Toronto, which has room for up to 6,354 cars. The total journey time was around one week.

You can follow the team’s adventures in South America, and their previous expeditions, on their website at