Here’s to the explorers. To the searchers. To the people who go off the map. Whose curiosity stops at nothing. Here’s to the people who believe there’s always more to know about the world. This Land Rover Collection is created specifically for them. Apparel and accessories that are forged from the same spirit of adventure, and ready for anything. Go explore.


Whether you’re escaping the city or exploring it, the Land Rover collection is at home in every terrain. Distinctive and well crafted,
it’s a range of apparel and accessories designed for life, wherever it’s lived. Check you have all the essentials for your trip. 


Travel Mugs

From stoneware to stainless steel our selection of drinkware has something for every taste.


Discover our Range Rover and Land Rover sunglasses collection. All designed here in the UK.

Luggage and Travel

Our state-of-the-art luggage is made for exploring new lands and new opportunities.

Women's Apparel 

When the outdoors calls, our women’s apparel is the answer. It’s the perfect daywear when you don’t know where the day will lead you.

Caps & Hats

Made from lightweight and durable fabrics, this collection is designed for style and built to last. Apparel and accessories that take adventure to the next level.

Men's Apparel

The all-terrain spirit of Land Rover continues in our menswear collection. Instilled with the same unrivalled versatility, it’s ready for anywhere.


Whether you prefer cruising coastlines or climbing cliffs, we are here to provide inspiration for your staycation.  Explore our favourite scenic spots to help plan your perfect route.



Under the guidance of our instructors, experience the true capability of a Land Rover at one of our experience centres. 

Great Alpine Road 

LOCATION: British Columbia (Osoyoos and Watson Lake)

DISTANCE: 835 miles

Australia’s highest accessible sealed road takes in mountain ranges, deep valleys, wine regions and the sparkling waterways of the Gippsland Lakes region. This scenic beauty is interjected with quaint historic towns including Beechworth, Bright and Omeo. Make sure to visit Victoria’s highest alpine village, Mt Hotham, is a treat year-round, with excellent downhill skiing and cross-country trails (245 hectares) as well as trekking, horse riding, and fishing in the warmer months.

Sea to Sky Highway

LOCATION: Canada - British Columbia (Vancuver and Pemberton)

DISTANCE: 101 miles

Without doubt one of British Columbia’s top scenic drives, the breathtaking Sea to Sky Highway (Highway 99) whisks you along the coast from Vancouver all the way up to the craggy peaks of Whistler. This stretch of road is true to its name, conquering the mountains in gentle curves with towering cliffs on one side, the ocean on the other and nothing ahead but sky. Along the way, you can pull up in Squamish to rock climb, windsurf or mountain bike along woodland trails. Make sure you don’t miss the Sea to Sky Gondola, which swoops you across Howe Sound to a trio of lofty viewing platforms.

Garden Route

LOCATION: South Africa - Mossel Bay in the Western Cape and the Storms River Mouth on the Western fringes of the Eastern Cape.

DISTANCE: 124 miles

Highway One runs from southern California, at Dana Point in Orange County, all the way up the California coast to Mendocino county. Its southern terminus intersects with Highway 5 and its northern terminus merges into Highway 101. Recommended to drive south to north. Some of the best sights include; Olympic National Park, Astoria Fort Clatsop, 'Dune Cointry', and Redwood National Park.

The Great Ocean Road

LOCATION: Torquay to Allansford in Victoria.

DISTANCE: 151 miles

One of the country's most famous road trips. It winds 243 kilometres along some of Australia’s most stunning coastline, taking in rainforest, sunburnt cliffs, shipwrecks, and, of course, the famous Twelve Apostles. Don't miss exploring Port Campbell National Park further than the Apostles. It’s also home to Loch Ard Gorge, site of a 19th-century shipwreck; the Island Archway, which collapsed in 2009.

Route 97

LOCATION: British Columbia (Osoyoos and Watson Lake)

DISTANCE: 835 miles

For a road trip of epic proportions, look no further than Route 97, North America’s longest continuous north-south highway. In Canada, it’ll carry you from the US border near Osoyoos up to Watson Lake on the boundary with the Yukon, passing through the Okanagan wine country and sprawling Kamloops. From here, the untamed wilderness of the north unfurls ahead of you as you head towards Watson Lake. It is without question one of the province’s greatest drives. Highlights of the route include plentiful roadside wildlife (like bison, elk, moose and bears), a refreshing dip in Lake Okanagan or paddleboarding on Lake Kalamalka, as well as the many roadside fruit stands piled high with seasonal fruit, including cherries, peaches and apples.


  1. Ensure all vehicle fluids have been topped up.
  2. Try not to overload your vehicle and adjust your tyre pressure according to the vehicle load.
  3. Make sure your maps are up to date.
  4. Be sun smart. Always make sure you have sunglasses and wear sun block.
  5. Never leave kids/dogs alone in a warm car.
  6. Always keep water and snacks in case of emergency.
  7. If you are towing a caravan, ensure all your electrics are working.