Self Drive 4x4

Self Drive 4x4
Push yourself and your Landrover to the limits!

Wild Things Safaris provides a series of navigation and technical challenges for off-road enthusiasts. A brief training course (concentrating on safety and basics such as how to get your vehicle out of sand/mud) culminates in the you navigating and driving a Landrover across hundreds of miles of wild African Bush.

You will be accompanied by a guide/cook and a mechanic. Our experts supervise to ensure safety but decision making is left to the clients.

The vehicles are classic Landrover 109s - the car that opened up Africa!

For more information on your self drive 4x4 Landrover adventure contact us.


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  • I'd like to say that our entire trip was truly amazing and a great once in a lifetime excursion. Everything was very well setup and we had no problems with any of the trip. Thanks to Wild Things.

    Katye Vytal

    United States of America, Jun 2013

  • I am just emailing to say how amazing the safari was and I would like to thank you, The food was great and we saw so many animals its exceeded our expectations completely.

    Samantha Crichton

    United Kingdom, Jan 2013

  • Thank you so much for the amazing safari! This was a great safari and I can't wait to give you a full brief and photos!

    Genevieve Champagne

    Canada,

  • The programme was excellent and we saw masses of game, less a leopard! So, entirely happy customers. Thank you for your efficient handling of the whole trip.

    Christopher Lee

    United Kingdom, Jan 2013

  • We had an excellent time and the trip was very well planned, the guides (and vehicles) excellent. Thank you very much for arranging it all!

    Jackie, David and Sarah

    Australia, Oct 2013

  • We had a wonderful time on safari. The vehicle was great, reliable and comfortable. Our guide Amos was fantastic, he was punctual, friendly, knowledgeable and made our safari really enjoyable.

    Vickie Waltham

    United Kingdom, Aug 2013

  • A very exciting adventure

    Andrew Bird

    United Kingdom, Jan 2014