battleface, a specialty travel medical service for adventure travelers, will support one of the most iconic and challenging road trips for a landmark TV series, The Last Overland Project. The road trip first made history in 1955 when a group of young friends drove 16,000 km (approximately 10,000 miles) from London to Singapore, chronicling their adventure in a documentary titled The First Overland which showed many corners of the world for the first time. One of the original pioneers, Tim Slessor who is now 87, will have his grandson join the journey by taking the original 1955 Series One Land Rover back to London from Singapore.
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said battleface CEO Sasha Gainullin. battleface will support the team by providing its specialty travel medical insurance, travel and crisis assistance, and emergency medical evacuation support throughout the journey.
battleface encourages travelers to join them on social media and follow the expedition crossing three continents and more than 20 countries over the course of three months by following #TheLastOverland on Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.
battleface is proud to join other supporters in this adventure including Singapore Tourism Board, Land Rover, AKE International, Klareco Communications and Lonely Planet.
For more information, email our team at [email protected]