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15 Apr, 2020

What kind of Food can we expect?

By Ian Shooter|2020-05-09T11:34:30+01:00Apr 15th, 2020|Categories: All FAQ, Overlanding Food|

When you are on a safari in Africa you should experience traditional food Overland Tour Food. Overland tour food plays a big part in the enjoyment of your safari in the wilderness. I love cooking and have some fancy gear to help me serve some lovely meals. Most of the time we camp to be close to nature. That means cooking on open fires or gas. To do that I have Dutch [...]

15 Apr, 2020

What is included in the cost of our Safari?

By Ian Shooter|2020-05-09T13:00:58+01:00Apr 15th, 2020|Categories: All FAQ, Costs|

African safari price. It is very important to know what your African safari price includes. Most people travel in my 4x4 vehicles but there is a self drive option. Locals especially like to drive their own vehicles. Obviously the price is cheaper in your own vehicle. So from the beginning the price includes pick up at the airport you fly into. Most of the time that is Johannesburg airport but I also offer a [...]

15 Apr, 2020

Will we have Electricity and Wi-Fi?

By Ian Shooter|2020-05-17T13:01:34+01:00Apr 15th, 2020|Categories: All FAQ, Practicalities & Connectivity|

Charging in the wilderness. Charging in the wilderness is actually quite important. Apart from having a fully charged camera to document your travels, we also need to keep in touch with the outside world. I have a sat phone especially for emergencies but also a regular cell phone to check up on emails or post pictures on social media. Always an important thing to do. All my vehicles have numerous USB plugs as well [...]

15 Apr, 2020

Is the Water Safe to Drink?

By Ian Shooter|2020-05-17T12:57:21+01:00Apr 15th, 2020|Categories: All FAQ, Water & Food Safety|

Health and hygiene. Health and hygiene is certainly very important while on an adventure in the wilds of Africa. We are often far away from fancy hotels and towns with shops. That means we need to be self reliant and prepared. I am sure there is nothing worse than getting a runny tummy while on a holiday. Apparently humans need to drink fresh water regularly and I am ready for that. Most of the [...]

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