Safari Drive Open Day at Sheepdrove Organic Farm next door to our office in Lambourn, Berkshire. (only 15 minutes from M4 Junction 14)
We plan to have a full day of Safari Drive activities including.
- Safari planning, routes, activities, countries
- Drive a Land Rover Defender on 4×4 track
- Campfire cooking demonstration
- Wildlife Photography
- Safari Health and Safety
Spend time with our safari experts and lots more surprises are planned.
The day is free to all and includes complementary refreshments and lunch.
To help us plan a perfect day please can you indicate if you think you would like to come and how many you are likely to be.
Everyone interested in a safari is welcome.
Full details and formal invitation will follow in a few weeks time.
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Its been 3 years in the making but the new Safari Drive Web Site is nearly ready. Many new areas, pictures and new competitions, give aways and safari ideas.
The team in Namibia are currently overseeing the equipping and fitting out of the new additions to the Safari Drive fleet of Land Rovers. These are the latest Defender Station Wagon 2.2 Tdci that we fit with top of the range roof tents, roller draws, awnings and our own specialised equipment that make the Safari Drive vehicles the best of their kind in Africa.
The Bradt Botswana Guide recently reported Safari Drive as having the regions “best fleet of bush-equipped Land Rovers” and advised visitors to think carefully about venturing in the the bush without the back up and necessary safety equipment.
Buy the guide here
The Worlds Best Drives
We were very excited to see the mention in The Times on Saturday 8th February below:-
Renowned Telegraph journalist Nigel Richardson has discovered the delights of self driving across Namibia. Featuring the Namib desert his thought provoking piece recounts Namibia’s history the full article may be read online here
His other piece which features the Safari Drive award winning Namibia video may be read in full on the Telegraph web site here.
Anna Melville-James writes in The Mail on Sunday about her Safari Drive experiences.
….we already felt born to be wild.
See the on line article here