Off-road vehicle safari /EXPEDITION across Africa:
30 million km², 53 states, 1000 ethnic groups an adventure, welcome to Africa, welcome to the 4X4 Trans-Africa EXPEDITION.
Heinrich Barth, Africa explorer of the first hour, traveled the continent mostly only with a rough idea of the itinerary ("a journey is usually created on the journey"). This is the philosophy and content of the Trans Africa Expedition which we have been planning and carrying out every year since 2014. There is a starting point and a destination of the expedition, in between is the "incalculable" adventure Africa, which describes the spirit for this expedition. One of the last off road adventures is the expedition through: South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Rodesia, Zambia, Mali, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt. Since 2019, the "premium traveler" with OVERCROSS ZA can also book the private guided safari from Egypt across Africa to Cape Town with our expedition vehicle or with their own off-road vehicle. Our Zebra fleet (Land Rover Defender and Discovery) is available for the off-road safari exclusively with guide on request.
Philosophy and tour itinerary of the Trans Africa Expedition
There are many reasons to travel: the escape from everyday life, the search or the addiction for new adventures. Whatever it is, it remains a fascinating experience and adventure across the African continent, which will accompany you throughout your life and will certainly change a bit.
Out of Africa has fascinated explorers, adventure travelers and rallye junkies. As a teenager, I was mesmerized by the impressions of the Paris Dakar Rally, with the wish in the back of my mind: I want to experience AFRICA, once in Paris Dakar or even better once across the whole continent!
How difficult this continent is know all who have traveled Africa several times and know the addiction "adventure Africa" as a "life elixir", we have after three years of planning phase and three subsequent expeditions these difficulties under control and know that this is an experience exclusive adventure, which remains under guarantee EVERY participant in memory.
My name is Joe Küster, founder of OVERCROSS with well over 100,000 "Africa kilometers" of tour experience as a guide.
In 2014, over a cup of coffee and the question of life's last adventures, the idea was born in the offices of Schaaf Federtechnik in Möglingen.
The starting signal for a handful of participants to cross the African continent. After a few thousand kilometers, the first expedition failed miserably. Two years later, with a total of three years of preparation and a "burnout syndrome", I started the Trans Africa expedition again. This time "planned like a general staff"! Motorcycle tour guide, support guide in the Land Rover Defender as well as online tour guide, were specially assigned, briefed and trained for the expedition. Also for an emergency phone and satellite monitoring as well as "direct wire" on site was provided, with this mega effort, this mega expedition could start, which was and remains an indescribable experience for the participants.
After more than 20 years of Africa experience you can believe me, that this expedition (besides my children and the great love at my side) is THE adventure, what the "world" means to me. After 45 days, the trip will have changed you and will stay with you for the rest of your life.
Two years after returning from the TRANS AFRIKA EXPEDITION I know that for me as a guide and organizer this expedition was at the same time the most exhausting and the most "liberating" thing I have ever done in my life!
Maybe this trip is the craziest, most exhausting, most expensive and most pointless thing that ever crossed your mind. A typical participant of this EXPEDITION is an academic or entrepreneur with a fair amount of responsibility and obligations, a type of person who immediately leaves the comfort zone for an experience, in order to master 15 000 kilometers of Africa Experience with minimalist equipment and a sworn expedition team. Now and then a cold beer from the cooler, eating in the bush, sleeping in the roof tent. The rest is the experience, which you will experience every day anew.
An expedition for people like you and me, people who are already on the road when they hear key words like: "Camel Trophy / Paris Dakar / Somewhere in Africa", a special kind of people who reduce the number of participants and the equipment in advance.
Arrival day: Transcontinental flight to South Africa
We flew through the night with South African Airlines and landed around 11:00 a.m. at South Africa's second largest airport, Cape Town International Airport (CTIA).
The shuttle will take us to Table Bay on the northwestern edge of Cape Town. We pick up the vehicles at the warehouse of the forwarding company that took care of the transport. We connect the batteries, stow luggage and equipment. We drive to the nearest gas station, where we fill up our vehicles before we drive the first kilometers to our overnight stay at the foot of Table Mountain. Welcome to the Cape, welcome to Mama Africa in the heart of Cape Town!
Start of the Trans Africa Safari Expedition
At the Cape of Good Hope we take the start picture after sunrise over Africa!
Here we go: Once across the African continent! Past Cape Town we drive around the bay to Somerset West. Short stop for breakfast and on to Chapman's Peak Drive. Via the legendary and relaxed Garden Route we reach Mossel Bay and enjoy the view of the Indian Ocean. In the late afternoon we will reach Knysna Park before sunset, we will conclude the first travel day on a wildlife safari with a South African sundowner.
Adrenaline on the Garden Route
We fold in the roof tents for the first time and start through to the bridge 50 kilometers away. Today we have 211 meters of free fall for breakfast. Alternatively, we can hang you on a cable car that will catapult you through the forest at a height of 30 meters! If you're still hungry then, you'll get a dessert to go with your adrenaline breakfast. "On the road again": On asphalt we reel off the scenery of the Garden Route.
Lesotho: over the Sani Pass into the kingdom
In the small town of Hofmeyr, a dreary transit town, we make our breakfast stop and fill up tanks and food for today's marathon. Today's stage will be one of the toughest asphalt stretches in southern Africa. We cross KwaZulu-Natal and reach the border to the smallest kingdom in Africa: Lesotho. With 64 inhabitants per km² a small and manageable country with equally manageable border formalities, which we should have completed within half an hour. We drive up into the kingdom up to 2800 meters altitude. Now it becomes the "first time" exciting: over the highlands of Lesotho we reach the fantastic landscape of the Drakensberg , which characterize the scenery of southern Lesotho. Time and desire will be the deciding factor in the kingdom of Lesotho when we spend the night at the "feet" of the 3482 meter high Thabana Ntlenyana at Bob's Campground. You can take a bath in the Matebeng River and enjoy the only luxury far and wide to the fullest. It will be the first and last cold bath and the first and last cold night south of the equator.
On the road to the battlefield
Clouds of fog move up the Thabana Ntlenyana, we move with them and cross a continuous fog bank to the summit. It is cold and damp until we reach the next valley and the African sun bathes the landscape of Lesotho in bright green. Breakfast in the highest bar in South Africa before we tear out of Lesotho over the Sani Pass, which is the third steepest pass in the world, and reach the Mkhomazane border post into South Africa at the foot of the Drakensberg Mountains. After our third border crossing we cross the state of Kwa Zulu Natal and towards evening we are standing on the "Battlefields" in the former kingdom of the Zulu. The Zulu War of 1879 was an undeclared war between the Zulu and the savage tea-drinking people. After the British Empire, with its superiority in arms, defeated the Zulu at the Battle of Ulundi, the Zulu Kingdom ceased to exist as a sovereign state. It is in the midst of these battlefields that this day of travel ends.
Safari in the Kingdom of Swaziland
Morning ceremony: tour briefing and a last sip from the coffee cup, then the engines are started and we drive to Swaziland. Over South Africa's country roads we reach the border to the Kingdom of Swaziland. Through the mountainous kingdom we drive to the Hlane Royal National Park. Hlane Royal National Park is home to the largest herds of lions, elephants, white rhinos and giraffes in Swaziland. We set off on a game drive in the park ranger's Land Rover and enjoy the sundowner amidst the African wildlife, provided we haven't "worn ourselves out" in time between Swaziland's bends.
New Year's Eve party at Gecko Lodge near Kruger Park
The last day of the old year starts relaxed: Sleep in, leisurely breakfast, on- and off-road through the forests of Swaziland to the border crossing of the state of Mpumalanga in South Africa. We reach Hazyview around afternoon and fill up ALL tanks until the new year! From here on, the length of the daily stages will decrease for the rest of the tour, as we have "only" done distance up to here, in order to be able to take more time for the "real" Africa.
IT'S TIME TO PARTY - New Year's Eve in Africa and "only" eleven countries and one continent ahead of us!
New Year in Africa: A year full of adventure!
The new year in Africa begins with a hangover breakfast, coffee, aspirin, rollmops and a counter beer. We start for the relaxed "sobering up tour" through the Kruger Park. The states Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Kwazulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and Limpopo are behind us and the last state Northern Province is in front of us. Today it will be rather "quiet" kilometers through the Kruger Park, which we will drive in northern direction, before it goes again on the road to the border.
Once across Zimbabwe
Welcome to Zimbabwe! The border crossing takes place with the crossing of the Limpopo River, depending on the water level and the waiting crocodiles. After we have the off-road vehicles through customs formalities, we are ready to go. Next stop is the Matobo National Park.
On one of the main African routes we reach Great Zimbabwe and dive into a piece of African history. Founded in 1926, Rhodes Matobo National Park, called Matobo National Park since 1953, is the oldest national park in Zimbabwe. In 2003, it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It became famous not only because Cecil Rhodes is buried here, but also because of the imposing granite rock formations. Here, 2000 years ago, the Bantu are said to have left a rich heritage of rock carvings and rock structures such as the impressive "Great Zimbabwe", which has been a World Heritage Site since 1986. The hills are still sacred places of worship for the Shona people. Here we set up our camp.
Safari to the famous Victoria Falls
A new tour day begins with the sunrise over Africa. Fold in the tents, a sip of coffee, a cookie and off we go. We start the engines and drive off- and on-road towards the north-northwest. Our itinerary for today takes us past Hwange National Park. Depending on tour progress, group dynamics and interest we will go on safari in Hwange National Park. The end of the day's stage is the Zambian border, where we will reach one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites again after about 500 kilometers. Welcome to Mosi oa Tunya, better known as "Victoria Falls", which separate Zimbabwe and Zambia with the Zambezi River.
From Livingstone to Lusaka
And "daily greets the groundhog" after a short, deep sleep: briefing, coffee, off we go. We reach Zambia via the 200 meter long Railroad or also called Victoria Falls Bridge. This impressive border bridge between Zimbabwe and Zambia was commissioned by Cecil Rhodes in 1903. The bridge construction was carried out in England, the bridge was brought to Africa by sea freight and after only 14 months of construction and erection, it was inaugurated by George Howard Darwin, the son of Charles Darwin. After receiving the Zimbabwean exit stamp, we cross 200 meters of exciting history before reaching Zambia on the other bank of the Zambezi River. Clearance at customs and then off on unspectacular asphalt "race track" and dead straight off-road shortcut towards the northeast. Zambia is derived from the border river Zambezi, which runs between Zimbabwe and Zambia. The Railroad Bridge over the Zambezi is the only link in the Victoria Falls region. Crossing the Zambezi River, we enter Zambia, which is ranked 141 out of 187 in the Human Development Index (2014). 99% of the black African population speaks approximately 72 Bantu languages. The country now in front of us is rather sparsely populated with about 19 inhabitants per m² and for us Africa begins as we imagine it.
Expedition Zambia, the safari into the unknown?
Across the vast highlands of Zambia we travel to the border of Malawi. Zambia, formerly known as Northern Rhodesia and independent since 1964, offers a variety of animals and plants in large national parks. However, it is best known for its waterfalls, of which Victoria Falls is the most famous. Other large waterfalls can be found throughout the country, which, due to the subtropical location, wash down violent and impressive masses of water during the rainy season. The sparsely populated country has partly no infrastructure on the extensive stretches. So it is obvious that we are in for an itinerary in Zambia that holds ALL the surprises, because we are traveling (how could it be otherwise) in the rainy season, with fierce tropical storms and temperatures ranging from 24 to 38°C. Passing Zambia's national parks and crossing the great Luangwa River, we will traverse the entire Eastern Province, where cotton is grown on barren soils and aquamarines are still found today that can fetch up to US$1000 per carat.
At Lake Malawi
Like every morning: discussion of the day's stage with coffee and cookies and start the engines with the first rays of sunshine... there should not be the feeling here that we are a self-help association, but just the meetings facilitate the continuation of the journey. Over the asphalt stage we reach the border to Malawi. Today's travel day is only interrupted by the waiting time at the border post. We use this to have breakfast, refuel, brush our teeth (yes, even this is not neglected, because even if the underpants are changed only once, the teeth must not suffer) and write postcards. With a lot of luck we get our turn quickly and thus avoid writing postcards (although the mommies at home might be a bit curious and miss us already). After handling the Malawian border formalities, the crossing of Malawi begins! Over relatively well built roads we drive to Lake Malawi, off the road and along the lake off-road to the lodge. Jump into the water, lick wounds and eat delicious crocodile - with the view of the conspecifics in the lake.
Through the East African Rift Valley
Malawi lies almost entirely in the East African Rift Valley and is rather densely populated with 120 people per km². The lifeline of Malawi is the third largest lake in Africa, along whose shores we will travel today. Sunrise over Lake Malawi, discuss the day's route, coffee, cookie, go! The route leads along the western flank of the approximately 30,000 km² large Lake Malawi. We will approach the border to Tanzania as usual "pole pole" (Swahili: slowly). While the border formalities are being processed, we can enjoy the "delicacies" of the Songwe border river. As usual, we refuel, eat and write postcards before we get back into the car seat and drive through a new African country. For this afternoon we have endless hard African kilometers on dirt roads ahead of us. This day will stick in our bones for a long time with its challenging stretches. By sunset we will reach the coffee region of Tanzania, where we will conclude what is expected to be one of the toughest days of driving!
Tanzania: Welcome to the "most fertile" and youngest country in Africa
With a fertility rate of 5.3% and an average age of 15 years, Tanzania is probably one of the youngest countries in Africa, with 43 inhabitants per m². After the exhausting day of yesterday, we will start the day with a leisurely breakfast and enjoy the freshly brewed coffee directly from the plantation in peace and quiet. We cross the infinite widths of Tanzania, roam on the more or less well developed routes/roads along the well-known Ruaha National Park towards the north, until we reach our night camp "in the 1000 star hotel" Tanzania. Here in Tanzania a couple of mechanic friends will be waiting for us for a "pit stop"! The next day all oils come out and all wear parts, which we could/must still order on the way by telephone are exchanged now. Time out until the sun rises again the next day. We have breakfast in peace, discuss the day and get back on the road with the destination Kenya.
Stopover Kilimanjaro with destination Nairobi
In this Trans Africa tour, unfortunately, there is no time for the Ngorongoro Crater, the Serengeti or the ascent of Kilimanjaro. But we have a "foretaste" of the beauty of the countries and can come back any time or just drive back again... Passing Mount Meru we drive further north. Through the eternal expanse, the euphorias are the only highlight until Mount Longido, where we will have a rest before reaching the border with Kenya. After crossing the border from Tanzania to Kenya we will reach Nairobi. After about six thousand Africa kilometers we will take the time to visit the city and buy provisions for the next 14 days. In the evening we will have a crocodile with some bikers from Nairobi and the Royal Enfield importer in the Kroko Bar. What we don't manage, we take with us as a "Dogi Bag". Towards evening we chain ourselves to the bar and wash the dust down our lungs until the doctor comes! We have enough time to sleep... when we are back home. Next destination: Ethiopia, measured by population the largest landlocked country in the world! 1001 experiences lie behind us, 1001 kilometers across Kenya ahead of us. We drive until the sun goes down. The second marathon day, this time through the land of marathon runners. A day as it can hardly be harder. Sun full, dust thick and sweat running through the pores like.... whatever. It will certainly be the most indescribable adventure!
Trans-Africa expedition to the cradle of mankind
The turnpike to Ethiopia goes up and we start through to Addis Ababa. The barren landscape becomes greener and lusher, an area with high lion, hyena, giraffe and elephant populations and in places disastrous roads and tracks. Ethiopia ranks 173 (out of 187) on the Human Development Index and is one of the poorest countries in the world. Half of the Ethiopian population is malnourished and mostly live on subsistence farming. Tourism is a drop in the bucket. For us, perhaps the trip will bring the realization of the luxury we live in and the importance of fair trade. Regardless of whether it's the milk from the farmer on our doorstep or the coffee that the food companies get for us as cheaply as possible at the expense of the poorest. For photographers this country will probably be the highlight, even if we are ten hours a day on tour, stops for photos and national parks like the Abidjatta-Shalla National Park we will allow ourselves... as long as we are "in time"! We cross the African landscape kilometer by kilometer, from horizon to horizon ever further north, ever further towards the shower and the African urban jungle of Addis Ababa. The nightly conferences of the city dogs over the roofs of Addis through the courtyards and streets of the city usually does not end before sunrise. TJA - This is Africa. But here the dogs do it and with us the politi... another topic!
Whoever has spent an African night on a rooftop or in a cheap hourly hotel between cockroaches, fleas and the barking of dogs knows why we will treat ourselves to a four-star hotel for tonight. On the other hand, we are so brushed and ironed after the hell ride that we would sleep well in any doss house.
Safari stage to the origin of the blue Nile
Past the Merkato, with approx. 100 hectares one of the largest markets in Africa, which is visited DAILY by a quarter million people. Freshly supplied with water and bread we make ourselves over the Ethiopian slopes. Our first destination is Lake Tana at an altitude of 1830 meters, whose outflow in the town of Bahir Dar is the source of the Blue Nile. Our daily stage destination is Gondar, the first capital of the ancient world, where we spend the evening at Fasilidas Castle with the Ethiopian Orthodox Christians celebrating the Timkat festival in the legendary bath of Fasilidas. Here and now in Gondar is the Epiphany festival with the procession and celebration of the baptism of Jesus Christ.... and we are with them!
Border crossing from Ethiopia to Sudan
The Ethiopian roads and the last night will still be heavy in our bones. Today's driving day will be rather a long and monotonous one from the Sudanese border to Khartoum. We will cross the south of Sudan in one day on asphalt to the capital, where we will arrive shortly before sunset.
Endless Nubian Desert
Along the "Sudan Express" we will cross the Nubian Desert in two full days of driving. The desert area between the third cataract of the Nile and Khartoum is considered to be ancient Egypt's high culture. In the desert land of the tall Hamitic Nubians we will encounter cultural-historical relics of ancient pyramids, burial cities and temple ruins, which date back to the cultural flowering of the Kingdom of Kush before our era. We will spend the night in or near the oldest necropolis, the royal necropolis of the kingdom of Kush. Last time filling up the water and gasoline tanks in Sudan: Fully refueled we will return to the merciless desert, which will certainly demand our last strength before we cross the border at the railroad station 1 to the Kingdom of the Pharaohs.
The last country of the Trans Africa Expedition: Egypt
Inshallah, the ferry will already welcome us in the morning hours. After checking out in Wadi Halfa, we can bring the off-road vehicles on board and enjoy the (old school) crossing on the pontoon or barge (that depends on which one is ready for use). On the Trans Africa tour this will be our core date. The border situation between Egypt and Sudan costs every tour operator the last nerve! Maybe that is the reason why nobody offers it?! We leave Lake Nubia, which becomes Lake Nasser when we cross the border into Egypt. In front of us the port city Abu Simbel and a marathon of authorities. With our new Egyptian license plates we can then drive into Abu Simbel for the long awaited shower.
In the footsteps of the pharaohs to the Valley of the Kings
We leave Abu Simbel on tarred roads heading north along the Sahara and dive into the desert world with its isolated volcanic craters and the monotonous mirages of the Sahara. After 250 kilometers the checkpoint of Aswan is reached, finally a few curves and the dam of Aswan. On the Khazan Aswan Road we cross the Nile and follow it northwards to the Valley of the Kings near Luxor. After visiting the tombs, we change banks once again and visit the night performance of the Karnak Temple.
Off-road across the Sahara of the Pharaohs
We leave the green Nile belt and enter the Egyptian desert/Sahara in the early morning hours. We cross the desert tongue of Quena, if the road conditions and our condition allow it. Along the Nile we travel on to our big stage destination: Cairo. The streets are getting busier and you can literally feel the metropolis announcing itself with the crowds of people on the streets. To the west of the Nile we can see the pyramids of Giza from far away. A great goal is reached. We are standing in front of the Sphinx and the pyramids, the stage goal Africa is reached after about 12 000 kilometers and we have crossed the "black" continent once in length! Time for a good, cold beer.
We can take a relaxed approach to the last kilometers from Cairo to Alexandria, where we load the expedition vehicles into the waiting containers. From this historical city, where the famous library and one of the seven wonders of the world, the lighthouse "Pharos of Alexandria" are located, we return to Cairo to the airport.
The last breakfast together before we fly towards the Central European winter. We say goodbye to new friends, an exciting time in our lives and probably the biggest adventure of your life: over 14,000 kilometers, 11 countries and a huge continent later we are richer by 1001 impressions!
A rough route description:
Cape Town - Lesotho,
Lesotho - Swaziland,
Swaziland - Kruger Park,
Kruger Park - Zimbabwe,
Zimbabwe - Zambia,
Zambia to Malawi,
Malawi to Tanzania,
Tanzania to Kenya,
Kenya to Ethiopia
Ethiopia to Sudan
Sudan to Egypt
This 4x4 expedition/safari through Africa is not a Paulschal trip and not suitable for every traveler! Therefore we ask for your understanding that a personal conversation is indispensable before a booking/confirmation of participation!
Services included in the tour price
Trans Africa Expeditions Safari Basic Package: € 8500.- *pT
- You can come on board in the Orga Expeditions off road vehicle
- Transport /Carnet de Passage for the Orga vehicle are free of charge
- Organization & costs of border formalities for person and Orga vehicle
- Breakfast and dinner from the expedition kitchen
- All hotel, lodge and camp accommodation
- Securing of the medical supply chain
- Airport transfer in South Africa and Egypt
- 24 hours emergency and rescue service
- Provision of satellite phone on tour
- 24 hour online tour guide
- Relatives and friends receive OVERCROSS satellite live tracking access
- Tour folder and tour information for preparation
- Equipment and packing list for preparation
- Follow-up meeting of the Trans Africa Expedition
Upgrade *No 1. per participant vehicle:
Only bookable together with the basic package!
Fly and drive with your own off-road vehicle through Africa approx. € 8880.-.
The above mentioned costs of the "Upgrade No1" we pass on 1to1 to the forwarding agency and customs clearance, therefore the costs for our participants can also be cheaper.
For your information: Accompanying persons please book "only" the basic package!
- Included services from the basic package.
- Weekend at OVERCROSS for vehicle check up and individual equipment discussion.
- Orga of the Carnet de Passage excluding Carnet costs / deposit
- Vehicle & paper preparation for customs and shipment incl. power of attorney
- Container loading in Europe
- Undeposit after container transport of the vehicle in South Africa
- Organization, handover for customs clearance in Cairo / vehicle loading to Europe
- Shipment of the vehicle to Europe
- Customs clearance in Europe
Upgrade No2. *pT:
Only bookable together with the basic package!
Africa Expedition for "self-driver" in rental expedition vehicle from OVERCROSS € 11.100.-
For your information: Accompanying persons please book "only" the basic package!
- *Fully equipped 4x4 heavy duty Land Rover Defender expedition off-road vehicle from TWO participants incl. roof tent / ground tent, expedition kitchen & camping equipment
- Weekend at OVERCROSS for vehicle familiarization
- inc. Bushcraft course SA/ SO incl. overnight stay
- Vehicle mechanic in the tour guide vehicle to assist with recovery, maintenance and any necessary repairs
- Free vehicle pick up in case of cancellation due to illness from any point of the Trans Africa Expedition
- 24 hours via OC emergency rescue service incl. coverage of air rescue costs up to € 100 000.-
- Fully comprehensive insurance and tax for the rented off-road vehicle with € 2000.- deductible.
- Vehicle transport from Tübingen to South Africa and back from Alexandria
- Organization & costs of border formalities for person and vehicle
- Optional free of charge earlier entry / exit during the expedition
- customs clearance of the expedition off-road vehicle incl. fees
- Airport transfer in Egypt from Alexandria to Cairo
- Transcontinental flight from Germany to South Africa
- Transcontinental flight from Egypt to Germany
- Securing of the medical supply chain
- Incl. Carnet de Passage deposit (approx.€ 6000)
- 24 hours spare parts and logistics support
- Fuel, oil and repair costs included
- Special information folder for preparation
- Services from the basic package.
- One way rental of the vehicle
Upgrade No 3 *pT
Only bookable together with the basic package!
Out of Africa: The Pirvat Safari € 16.500.- p.d.
For your information: Accompanying persons please book "only" the basic package!
- The following services are added to the basic package
- Individual start date between November and March.
- Fully equipped 4x4 heavy duty expedition support off road vehicle incl. roof tent & camping equipment, long range fuel tank.
- Vehicle shipping to Africa and back
- All storage, customs, ferry transport and "acceleration" costs.
- Comesa insurance for Africa plus liability insurance
- Transcontinental flight to South Africa (wooden class)
- Transcontinental flight to Europe (wooden class)
- Weekend at OVERCROSS for expedition preparation and vehicle instruction
- Support and guiding by the company owner Joe Küster by choice Moritz Dietrich
- Assurance of the medical supply chain (on request) by a German chief physician
- On request: outdoor medical training during the trip
- You will receive a new passport from us including all visas
- 24 hours via OC emergency rescue service incl. coverage of costs for the participant in case of air rescue from any point of the trip
- Organization & costs of border formalities
- Driving and safety training during the trip
- 24 hours spare parts and logistic support
- Carnet de Passage incl. deposit
- Individual tour design / tour start / tour end
- The special experience WITH lions, on hunt
- Upscale lodge and hotel accommodation
- On request with ranger on tour
- Picture and film material of the safari experienced together
- If you drive your own off-road vehicle € 10.000.- will be deducted from the tour price
*Explanation of the travel service:
*Upgrade No.1: Forwarding and customs charges, calculation basis of one participant vehicle.
*PT= Price par Participant.
Services not included in the tour price
All items not listed in the service description!