Wildlife Moments - Overlanding from Munich

Feb 27, 2020

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Karin and Christian on Episodes 101 & 102

After 100 episodes of the GHT Overland Podcast it still amazes us how many people are overlanding long-term. Trips of adventure, discovery and fulfillment. We are inspired time and time again with the genuine nature of each person we talk with. Karin and Christian are perfect examples of this. Warm hearted, good humored couple with loads of experience overlanding. Although we missed them driving through the Pacific Northwest, we caught up with them in our normal fashion, through the magic of technology and social media.

This two part episode reviews great information on overland travel with lots of great stories from Karin and Christians’ adventures in a Toyota Land Cruiser HZJ78. With a hardtop camper top, this setup is something different than we normally see. A worthwhile adventure to follow the link to their website to learn more!

Their website is a wonderful collection of blog posts that will serve any overlander well, learning about overland travel! Literally from Australia to Alaska, they have traveled to so many countries, collecting memories and experiences, all shared in great detail within each post. Go check it out, and we hope you enjoy their two part episode on the GHT Overland Podcast :)

Website: http://www.wildlifemoments.de/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wildlifemoments.de/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chris.wildlifemoments.de/

Vehicle: 2016 Toyota Land Cruiser HZJ78

Most Valuable: It’s always changing; from the Heater to the Shower. Dependent on the day, the environment, or the need. 

Top Destinations: Iran, Russia and Tajikistan.
* An absolute must listen to (Part 1) for the descriptions of these countries. 

Heater: Eberspacher Diesel heater

Fuel Capacity: 180 liters (47.55 gl.) of diesel going up to 1,200 kilometers (745.6 miles)

Water Capacity: 100 liters (26.4 gl.) *Tip: use separate tank dedicated only to safe drinking water

Solar: 140 watt panel on the roof, with a separate 120 watt portable panel. 

Fridge: Dometic 55 liter. *Tip: select a fridge that runs quiet, and make sure it opens in a way that works easily for your setup.

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