You have probably seen him on the National Geographic Channel or read his books. He is considered one of Africa’s most colourful modern day explorers: Kingsley Holgate is an adventurer, author, TV personality, fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, and Land Rover fan extraordinaire.
Using adventure to improve and save lives, that is the key concept of the Kingsley Holgate Foundation. The Kingsley Holgate Foundation team distribute life saving mosquito nets, water purification LifeStraw's and Rite to Sight spectacles across the wilds of Africa. No other team of modern day explorers have achieved so much in using the energy of adventure to make such a positive difference to the lives of so many. To find out more about the Kingsley Holgate Foundation click here.
Land Rover epitomises travel and adventure and these are the vehicles that continue to open up Africa for the Kingsley Holgate Foundation. Land Rover remains is the Kingsley Holgate Foundation's vehicles of choice - tough enough to follow in the footsteps of the early explorers.
Discover more on all the Kingley Holgate Foundation Expeditions below.
LAND ROVER DISCOVERY VEHICLES TO EMBARK ON ANOTHER WORLD-FIRST KINGSLEY HOLGATE FOUNDATION EXPEDITION – CAPE TOWN TO KATHMANDU.
Departing on Mandela Day from Nobel Square in Cape Town – destination Kathmandu, Nepal in the shadow of Mt Everest
KINGSLEY HOLGATE TAKES ON THE EXTREME EAST IN THE ALL-NEW DISCOVERY
Land Rover and Kingsley Holgate Foundation continue to save and improve lives through adventure
AFRICA’S LAST DEFENDER ON THE AUCTION BLOCK
On 13 April 2017, one lucky individual will officially own a piece of African history: Kingsley Holgate’s last Land Rover Defender. The storied Defender, nick named Ndhlovokazi (the great she-elephant), is going on auction – and all proceeds will go to humanitarian efforts championed by the Kingsley Holgate Foundation.