All passengers are allotted a window seat and have enough space to move around comfortably. This is crucial when spending up to 10-hours a day of game viewing from the vehicle.
Every safari vehicle is equipped with a first aid kit. Our guides are trained to use this in case of emergencies.
You will find a set of books and guides about mammals and birds. There are maps of the area as well.
The roof can be removed so that you can stand-up and have a better vantage for viewing wildlife.
All our vehicles have 110v and 220v power adapters to make it possible to charge camera batteries.
All our vehicles have a small fridge to keep beverages cold. This is not to be taken for granted especially after a long day out in the savannah.
We have a coffee box with snacks, coffee and tea that can be enjoyed at anytime on a game drive.
We extended and widened the body of the vehicles to allow more space to move around and to get the best photographic angles without ‘bumping’ into each other. Although our vehicles are designed to carry more passengers, we only put 6 guests in one vehicle.
We made all the windows in the vehicle as large as possible so guests can have a better viewing experience.
We carry two spare tires and a heavy-duty jack. Having two spares is better than having one due to poor roads in some areas, and presence of acacia thorns among others.