Self Drive safari


Self Drive Safari experience the ultimate safari and vacation in one of our 4X4 self drive vehicles. Rent a fully equipped Toyota Land Cruser  4X4 and take a self drive safari into some of the world’s most impressive game reserves and wilderness areas. Enjoy the freedom and flexibility of a 4X4 self drive safari.


Our 4×4 self drive vehicles includes the Toyota Land Cruser with well maintained by professional and best mechanics in Tanzania. You can either select a full 4×4 safari vehicle with all camping gears with or without a rooftop tent or select just 4×4 vehicle with pop up roof that you can stand and view the wildlife(this is suitable for those who are keen to take photographs)


our vehicles


For your comfort and a great experience all our self drive vehicles for camping are equipped with following equipments


Gears Lists

Cooking and Cutlery

Camping Equipments
 General equipments
Chopping Board Ground/Rooftop Tent Hi-Lift Jack
Serving Spoon Camping table 12V Inflator Kit
Table spoon, forks and knives Camping Chairs HF Radio
Bowls, plates Axe Stereo
Jug, mug & flask Saw 2Spare Tires
Washing bowl Shovel 45L Mini Fridge
Wine Glass Sleeping Mattresses 500W Inverter for charging small appliances
Dish & washing cloth 6kg gas cookers 2 Fuel Cans(20ltre each)
Table cover cloth Storage box Fire Extinguisher
Cooking pots Cooler box Warning Triangle Reflectors
Lunchbox plates Rechargeable LED light Welding Gloves
Whisk ,Turner, peeler Fly sheet First Aid Kit
Pasta scoop Wind Up Led Flash
Bottle, & can opener 80Ltr Fuel Tank
Pizza cutter & Vegetable peeler Water containers
Grater Tool Kit-Spanners, screws etc
Wooden spoon Extra spares(fan belt, fuses, )
Frying pan Two Spare tires
Cutting knife Twin Shocks on rear
Slotted spoon Bull bar
Scrubbing brush Raised air intake
Wire brush Extended fuel tank
Vehicle Documents
Food Storage box
Towing Rope
Wheel brace
Reflective vest

Your Safety is our Priority; here is some essential advice when you are on your Self Drive Safari into Tanzania:

  • *Excessive speed is the main cause of all accidents, self drive camper vehicles are not designed for speed
  • *Always wear your seat belt, it is the law and it is there to protect you
  • *It is
  • recommended that you follow the speed limits at all times:
    1. Tar Roads Max 80km/hr
    2. Gravel Roads Max 50km/hr
    3. Dirt Tracks Max 40km/hr
  • *The second cause of all accidents is losing concentration, make sure you take regular breaks and enjoy the journey
  • *Keep your headlights on during the day on Tar Roads and dirty as  it increases your visibility to oncoming traffic
  • *Check your radiator Coolant every morning before you head out on your journey, always ensure the coolant lid is securely fastened and never open the coolant lid when your engine is hot. All Land Rovers has recommended coolant lever
  • *Check your Oil levels daily and ensure your engine has the recommended Oil levels
  • *Always know what tyre pressures are needed for your driving conditions, Tar = Higher Pressures, Gravel = Medium Pressures and Sand = Lower Pressures. Check your Tyre pressures Daily
  • *Avoid Night Driving, Pedestrians, Wild & Domesticated Animals use the road at night and often you will find vehicles with no lights on the road. Inside the parks its restricted to drive during the night
    *Never off road while inside the parks always follow and stay in the tracks inside the parks
  • *Slow down whenever you see Animals on or near the road, they can be unpredictable and may run into your path
  • *Never Drive with 4WD (4H or 4L) engaged when driving above 20KMH this will cause serious damage to the vehicle
  • Differential Lock should only be engaged when absolutely necessary and will restrict the steering control of the vehicle, always ensure that once you have released yourself from being stuck that you disengage
  • *Never overload the vehicle with passengers, and never give a ride to strangers
  • *Always ensure you have sufficient fuel for your journey, fill up regularly with the correct fuel at appropriate filling stations
  • *Always drive while looking at the lights at your dashboard whenever any warning light comes on stop immediately and inspect the problem

Among equipments we provide for your safety includes

  • First Aid Kit
  • Kit of Spanners, and screw drivers
  • Two spare tyres and wheel spanner
  • Inflator Kit
  • Some spare parts(extra fan belt, fuses)
  • Towing Rope
  • Warning Triangle reflectors
  • Reflective vest
  • Dual or over powered battery systems
  • Axe, Shovel and Hammer
  • VHF Radio
  • Extended fuel tanks

**Extra equipments such as GPS, and Satellite phones can be hires at reasonable price**

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Serengeti Balloon Safaris

Serengeti Balloon Safari is the most beautiful balloon flight in the world and the ultimate Safari Experience which makes you enjoy the most beautiful migration of wildebeests through the endless plain of Serengeti.
5:00 am, Serengeti Balloon Safaris will collect you from your central Serengeti lodge or camp, and transfer you by Landrover to our launch site near Masai Kopjes. Here you will meet your pilot, receive a briefing and watch the inflation of your balloon.
At dawn we take off, rising as the sun rises and float in whichever direction the winds of the morning take us. Your pilot can precisely control the altitude of your balloon: sometimes flying at treetop height, sometimes lower, offering a unique perspective and great photographic opportunities of the wildlife below.
At other times he will ascend to 1000? or more to see the enormity and wonderful panorama of the Serengeti. From time to time the pilot must put more heat into the balloon with the powerful whisper burners. In between these burns, there is silence apart from the natural sounds below.
Imagine sitting at a table under the shade of a classic umbrella tree on the Serengeti Plains. The table is laid with bone china and king’s silver cutlery.
The flight is for about one hour depending on conditions, and eventually you must land. You celebrate in the traditional manner with champagne (well, an excellent sparkling wine) before sitting down to a full English breakfast.
9:30 am Arrive at Seronera ready to continue your day’s activities.
Fresh tropical fruits, warm freshly baked bread and English traditional breakfast of bacon, sausage, eggs, mushroom and tomato are all served by stewards in customary Swahili dress.
This adventure will fit in with all safari itineraries that include a night in central Serengeti (Serena Lodge, Seronera Lodge, Sopa Lodge, Mbuzimawe Camp or any central Serengeti camp site) Or Western Corridor Camps ( Grumeti River Camp, Kirawira Camp, Mbalageti Camp).
The Flight will last for about 1 hour. Over some of the most amazing natural wilderness.
The Serengeti plains and woodlands are world famous for the variety and sheer number of its animal population. A Serengeti Balloon Safari however, is not merely a game viewing experience, but rather an opportunity for an adventure and unique perspective over outstanding quintessentially African landscapes.
Of course there can be no guarantee that you will see specific animals from the balloon.
We have however seen some amazing wildlife from the balloon and witnessed many incidents such as lion kills, cheetah stalking and killing, leopard hunting and of course THE ANNUAL MILLION STRONG WILDEBEEST MIGRATION, one of the natural wonders of the world.
SerengetiBalloon Safaris are acutely aware of their environmental responsibilities and are proud of their ecological credentials. Serengeti Balloon Safaris (SBS) pay a substantial royalty to Tanzania National Parks for each passenger. These funds are used for conservation purposes in the Serengeti.