How to choose the right 4×4 safari


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The thrill of belting through the African bush on our tailor made Africa four wheel drive safaris as you track wildlife with professional guides behind the wheel and spotters up the front is truly unforgettable.

With vast landscapes to traverse, remote wilderness to immerse in and abundant wildlife to watch you really will experience a freedom to explore like no other. Use our guiding expertise and your passion for 4×4 driving and together we will create an outstanding 4×4 safari holiday.

There are various options to choose from. You can simply arrive into the different camps and properties and enjoy 4×4 game drives with other guests.

Maybe you prefer privacy so we can book you an exclusive use 4×4 safari vehicle.

Another great option is self drive in 4×4 and this is brilliant for Namibia holidays.

There is also 4×4 private guided – that means you have a highly qualified naturalist guide who drives you from place to place. This is the ultimate in flexibility as you can stop for the things you wish to see and do along the way and not have the stress of driving.With 24/7 guest care whilst travelling, you are in safe hands on your African safari holiday in 4×4.

Our team has traversed the land, coped with its challenges and experienced its wildlife and bush ecology.

We know where to go, what’s on show at certain times of year in the wilderness, and all the insider tips that are good to know when considering a 4×4 safari holiday in Africa.

Are you ready for a 4×4 safari in Africa?
We tailor holidays to suit you.

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“Nothing but breathing the air of Africa, and actually walking through it, can communicate the indescribable sensations.”

– William Burchell

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