If you don`t have any plans for this summer, Land Rover thought of a vacation for you. You just have to afford it, as it is the most luxurious road trip on Earth. All this behind the current Range Rover SV Autobiography, the most luxurious model in the company’s history. 

The itinerary was developed as a joint venture between Land Rover and Abercrombie & Kent and has been developed to mark the launch of the Range Rover SVAutobiography. It offers customers 21 luxury days combined with the greatest driving routes the world has to offer, both on-road and off-road. The trip takes in five continents, eight countries and nine of the world’s best hotels.


Starting at £100,000 per person based on two travellers, this road trip is fully customisable according to guests’ preferences and is being offered through Abercrombie & Kent’s bespoke boutiques located in Harrods London, City of London, Abu Dhabi and Monaco, as well as via online enquiries.

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Accommodation for the first leg includes Four Seasons Cap Ferrat, the Villa D’Este overlooking Lake Como and the San Lorenzo Mountain Lodge in the stunningly beautiful and remote Dolomites region of the Alps. Lunch is taken at world-renowned eateries including Joel Robuchon at the Metropole and unique, bespoke activities include a personalised fragrance making class in the lavender scented hills of Provence and a glacier picnic – by chartered helicopter – in the peaks of the Alps.

The second leg of the trip sees guests fly to Marrakech for a three-night stay at the unsurpassed Royal Mansour. Drives in the region take in the arid desert around Ouarzazate, the perfect territory for guests to develop their off road skills in the SVAutobiography, and a route up into the Atlas Mountains ending with a lunch at Richard Branson’s exquisite hotel, Kasbah Tamadot.


The unique climate of the Arizona desert is the destination for the third part of the trip, as guests fly in to experience the one-of-a-kind Amangiri resort in Utah. Amangiri – meaning peaceful mountain – is located across 600 acres, tucked into a protected valley with sweeping views towards the Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monument. The resort is built around a central swimming pool and blends the dramatic surrounds with deep canyons and towering plateaus to create a raw and captivating landscape. Activities for this leg include a hiking and scrambling excursion into Antelope Canyon, a private dinner under the stars at a local Sandstone Butte and breakfast in Zion National Park.

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The fourth leg sees guests take an overnight flight to Chile to experience the Atacama Desert – the driest non-polar desert in the world. Staying at Awasi – one of the most luxurious and remote lodges in South America – guests are assigned a personal concierge who designs a wholly bespoke experience customised to their interests. The driving excursions in the area are some of the most epic on earth and include a day drive to the Alamo Observatory, a £1bn telescope that can see the ‘beginning of time.’

An overnight flight to Sydney marks the final part of the trip. A night’s stay at the Park Hyatt gives guests the opportunity to relax after they have experienced both a VIP bridge climb and behind-the-scenes access to the landmark Opera House. A short hop to Tasmania the following day provides the opportunity for a stunning drive through the vast, rugged wilderness, taking in coastal heathland and forest, giving drivers the chance to put the SVAutobiography through its paces. Guests stay at Saffire Freycinet, where they experience a breakfast like no other – standing knee deep in an estuary enjoying fresh oysters and local sparkling wine.