overland-underwater.com - A charity drive from the UK to New Zealand
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Final Statistics: Alex & Maz Total distance: 93,550km
Furthest Point: Rotorua, NZ Now settled in Sydney, Australia
Final Statistics: Martin Total distance: 79,698km
Furthest Point: Hobart, Australia Now settled in Bristol, UK


Written by overland-underwater team. Uploaded 3 March 2005.

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Divers Travel Guide

Divers Travel Guide: German website with lots of resources and photos.

Offroad Pakistan

We cannot thank the members of the Offroad Club of Karachi enough for making our stay in Pakistan so memorable. Their website is Offroad Pakistan.


Dive-Centers.net was a good resource for finding diving operators around the world.

Campbell Irvine

Campbell Irvine arranged the 'Fire & Theft Only' vehicle insurance that would be valid across the countries we were travelling

Malaysia Offroad

Malaysia Offroad for offroad adventures in Malaysia.

Petronas Adventure Team

We bumped into the Petronas Adventure Team on our drive down to KL, Malaysia. After beeping and flashing we pulled into a service station for coffee, then were escorted into the centre of KL. These guys were just about to set off on their 2006 adventure around Indonesia and were a wealth of knowledge, which inspired us greatly. Thanks for your help and good luck with your expedition... maybe we'll bump into you again somewhere in Indonesia!

Wilderness Explorer

We met up with the Wilderness Explorer team in KL, Malaysia, who were launching their new adventure to South America. These guys certainly do overlanding in style, with a huge convoy of trucks and motorbike. Best of luck with your adventure.

Project AWARE

Project AWARE Conserving underwater environments through education, advocacy and action... Conservation begins with understanding the need to protect waters necessary for life. Each year Project AWARE introduces a new public awareness and education campaign to address environmental issues and involve individuals in solutions. Project AWARE also teaches enthusiasts how to sustainably interact with aquatic resources and apply these skills to conservation.


REEF CHECK Saving Reefs Worldwide - Research, Education, Conservation ... Reef Check is an international program that works with communities, governments and businesses to scientifically monitor, restore and maintain coral reef health. Reef Check objectives are to: educate the public about the coral reef crisis; to create a global network of volunteer teams trained in Reef Check�s scientific methods who regularly monitor and report on reef health; to facilitate collaboration that produces ecologically sound and economically sustainable solutions; and to stimulate local community action to protect remaining pristine reefs and rehabilitate damaged reefs worldwide.


OceanNEnvironment, is a non-profit organization listed with the Registrar of Environmental Organisations in Australia. The mission of OceanNEnvironment promotes and initiates preservation projects as well as endeavors to document the status of coral reefs, bio-diversity and the impact of man-made pollution through research programs, and educational expeditions.


WildAid: Working Together, WildAid believes that the governments and communities of the world can reverse the devastation of our planet's wildlife. Our goal is simple and specific: to decimate the illegal wildlife trade within our lifetimes, allowing threatened species to recover to safe levels

Panaga Divers

Panaga Divers: A BSAC dive club in Brunei who were very helpful in arranging some diving for us whilst we were there. They were kind enough to put us in contact with Paul at Bandar Divers, who let us join one of their club dives to get wet on some of the first class wrecks of Brunei Bay. A much needed splash on some rusty metal! Thanks Paul & John for all your help.

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Comment from bryan
hi we met in india.diving from the mariat hotel.hope you are all well.keep up the goood worke by by
09 Feb 2006 @ 21:05:42