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The Moab desert has some of the world’s most demanding off-roading trails. Our experts will take you and the vehicle to your very limits as you attempt the most challenging courses the area has to offer.



Arriving at Colorado’s Grand Junction Airport, you will be taken to the Red Cliffs Lodge, where you will be staying for the duration. Dinner and drinks will allow you to meet your fellow explorers.


After breakfast and a quick briefing, you’ll head out onto your first trail, such as Poison Spider – a trail flanked by the stunning Moab landscape and the Colorado River.


Another early briefing before heading off to drive on an incredible trail like Seven Mile Rim. Navigating your way through multiple dramatic granite arches, among them Uranium Arch, you’ll see some of the area’s most spectacular sites.


After breakfast, you’ll head out on another epic trail, like Hell’s Revenge – a route that will test your off-roading ability to the limits.


Those with later flights can sign up for additional activities, such as trekking on horseback. Or, if it’s a bit of pampering you’re after, why not book a sport massage along with a relaxing soak in a hot tub?


See what our latest intrepid guests thought of their Moab adventure with Land Rover.

"A life-changing experience! This was amazing."



For more information, please contact us the JLR Concierge:

Telephone 1-303-515-4839 (9 a.m. – 5 p.m. MT, Mon. – Fri.; local charges may apply)

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  • Who operates the trips?

    The Land Rover Experience Adventure Travel Moab program is operated by Alem International Inc., who are licensed and authorized by Jaguar Land Rover. When you make a booking, you will enter into a contract with Alem International Inc.

  • Who does the driving?

    You do! There will be a team of Land Rover Experience instructors on hand to provide expert guidance and instruction, but you are behind the wheel.

  • What is the minimum age for participation?

    21 years old.

  • What language is spoken by the Land Rover Experience instructors at Moab?

    The program is delivered in English.


  • Do I need to purchase extra insurance to be able to drive?

    Additional vehicle insurance is not required but guests are advised to purchase a comprehensive travel insurance policy.

  • What is included in the price of the Land Rover Adventure Travel Moab?

    General inclusions are as follows: all Land Rover driving activities, hotel accommodations, breakfast, lunch and dinner, drinks with meals, and airport transfers to/from the Grand Junction Airport in Colorado. Please note that due to the level of driving involved, alcohol is only included with your dinner and will be limited.

  • What isn’t included in the price of the driving experience?

    Flights; meals and drinks that are not specified in the program; visa fees (if applicable); travel insurances; and any pre- or post-trip arrangements that deviate from the itinerary.


  • What type of driver’s license will I need?

    JLR policy dictates all drivers must hold a full, current and valid driving license to be produced on the day of the Experience.

  • What vehicles will I be driving?

    Land Rover Discovery, Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. Occasionally we may need to change or substitute the vehicle specified, due to circumstances beyond our control, and we reserve the right to do so.

  • Are the vehicles manual or automatic?

    All vehicles have an automatic transmission.

  • How many people are in each vehicle?

    There will be two (2) guests sharing each vehicle.

  • What is the maximum group size?

    To provide a more exclusive and engaging experience, the maximum group size is 16 guests (two per vehicle).

  • If I am traveling by myself, will I have my own vehicle?

    No. As a single traveler you will be paired in your vehicle with another guest. You will have your own hotel room throughout.

  • Do I need to have a certain level of physical fitness to take part?

    You should avoid participating in the driving Experience if you have chronic back problems (or similar conditions); mental conditions that might impair your ability to drive; poor eyesight that doesn’t meet the standards for driving; are pregnant; or have heart problems. If you are on medication, please be sure to have enough to last the duration of your trip. Also, we will have medical staff along with us. Please alert us of any medical conditions you may have a concern over.


  • What is the weather like during Adventure Travel Moab?

    October and November will have warm days as high as 70–80˚F, and cool evenings around 40˚F and under at night. Moab generally has over 300 days of sunshine each year.

  • Are children allowed to join the Land Rover Adventure Travel Experience?

    No. The Experience is not safe for children.

  • Do I need special clothing?

    Yes. Please bring sturdy and comfortable walking boots, socks, sunglasses, a hat, a windbreaker, a fleece and a T-shirt.

  • What is the dress code for the evenings?

    Evening dress is casual.

  • What other activities are available?

    The ranch offers activities such as horseback riding, wine tasting, river rafting, sports massage and more.

  • Do I require a visa?

    International travelers should contact their local consulate to check on their specific requirements. Should you require an invitation letter to receive your visa, please get in touch and we will provide you with this.

  • Which currency is used in the U.S.?

    The local currency is the U.S. dollar.

  • Am I allowed to bring a camera or video camera?

    Yes, of course. You may also bring specialist equipment such as GoPros. However, our permits do not allow drones.

The images shown here are for illustration purposes only and should there be any ambiguity regarding the program, the written itinerary will be taken as the more accurate interpretation of the trip. We reserve the right to alter the travel route and/or replace the tour operator with similar alternatives.


Closed course. Drivers operating vehicles under supervision. Do not attempt.