After you have traveled to any African vacation destination you will end up transferring from planes toward safari cars or trucks whether it be for a whole safari tour, road transfer or even a game drive. Typically intended for game viewing due to the big windows and also pop-up rooftops, cars or trucks used in any African safari nonetheless differ in function and also physical appearance; which kind you’re going to be seated within will depend on the region you’ll be in as well as the type of safari you will have arranged.
Should you be in any uncertainty in which car or truck a particular tour company utilizes, just speak to your Wendo Safari Expert and they’ll be ready to provide you with all the details you may need.
Airport transfers, planned safaris and also day excursions within Namibia and South Africa typically work with normal minibuses or even SUVs while many of our scheduled Kenya tours will be carried out inside modified safari minibuses, which come with driver stroke guide.
Even though furnished with many seats these types of safari vehicles typically cater to several individuals to make sure a good window seat for everyone. What’s more, having a big pop-up roof top as standard you can expect to always benefit from fantastic game viewing as well as photographic opportunities.
Mobile Safari Vehicles
Safaris in challenging locations for example Tanzania, Uganda, Botswana, Zambia and also Zimbabwe call for more robust 4 wheel drive cars or trucks. Most of these include pop-up rooftops or perhaps open sides, normally boast raised suspension, as well as excellent visibility for game viewing.
Game Drive Vehicles
On fly-in or even self-drive safaris towards resorts and camps, you can expect to enjoy game drives within specially-adapted motor vehicles. Durable as well as tough, these kinds of 4X4s tend to be open-roofed and sided and in most cases totally exposed to the elements, make sure to wrap properly on the winter season early morning game drives! Typically catered for about 8-10 people, tiered bench seat designs will mean excellent sights for everybody however, if you do not enjoy it very bumpy, keep away from the rear row.
Game drive cars and trucks found in Africa might have a bucket seat attached to the front side of your motor vehicle for the tracker whilst radio communication between lodge vehicles can mean good sightings can be easily and speedily discussed among tour guides.
Packing half a dozen countries as well as countless kilometers in a few weeks traveling will mean overland safari vehicles have to be large, strong as well as spacious. With capacity of as much as Twenty four travelers, you will get an individual seat along with fantastic sights out from the big moving windows and/or pop-up roof top hatches whilst lockers and built-in safes offer security and safety.
Over-landing within Africa translates to camping out therefore these types of African safari trucks offer built-in kitchen areas together with fridges and also freezers, water tanks and large packing storage compartments packed with camping tents, seating along with tables.