Safety Measures

Our company considers Safety as first priority during adventures and our vehicles are built to withstand encounters with potentially dangerous animals and are equipped with safety features such as secure windows and doors.

Our tour guiders provide some safety tips like to our guests on how to be safe thoughout the session some tips are as follows:-

  • • Following Guides and Rules,
  • • Stay in Vehicles,
  • • Avoid Sudden Movements,
  • • Avoid Eye Contact with animals and
  • • Know Animal Behavior

Open-Air Design

Our vehicles have an open-top design, allowing passengers to have a better view of animals and landscapes. This design also provides an immersive experience and better opportunities for photography

The advantages of using Open-Air Design vehicles

  • • Enhanced Viewing,
  • • Heightened Sensory Experience,
  • • Better Photography,
  • • Closer to Nature and
  • • Uniqueness and Adventure

Raised and Comfortable Seats

Our vehicles often have raised or elevated seating, which allows passengers to have a clearer line of sight over tall grasses and vegetation. This is crucial for spotting wildlife from a distance.

These seats play a significant role in ensuring that safari participants have a clear and comfortable view of the surrounding wildlife and landscapes, while also prioritizing safety and convenience. Here's more information about the importance of raised and comfortable seats on safaris:

  • • Elevated View,
  • • Comfort,
  • • Stability and Safety,
  • • Better Photography and
  • • Wildlife Observation

Guided Tours

Our vehicles are always driven by experienced guides who are knowledgeable about the local wildlife and ecosystems. They provide valuable insights and information to passengers during the tour.

Guided tours offer numerous benefits that enhance the overall adventure experience, including safety, educational opportunities, and convenience. Here's more information about guided tours at our company:

  • • Safety,
  • • Wildlife Spotting,
  • • Education and Interpretation,
  • • Conservation Awareness and
  • • Local Culture and History