Frequently Asked Questions

Our Toyota Hilux vehicles are equipped to drive off-road. It does not only have 4×4 but have 4×4 high range and low range capabilities. It furthermore has traction control and a differential lock option. Most of the time you will however not need to engage 4×4 low range or the differential lock. To add to your comfort, and safety, we have equipped our vehicles with a second fuel tank, mud terrain tyres and an emergency phone to call us whenever you encounter an emergency.

Personal feedback which we got form clients, do confirm that Namibia is an extremely safe country to enjoy your holidays. It furthermore has friendly people who most of the time will assist you when in need. We would however advise you not to keep your expensive equipment unattended. This also applied when walking around in the city. Yet this caveat may apply for wherever you might travel around the globe.

As far as malarial is concerned, the risk is only prevalent in the far Northern parts of Namibia. From May up to October the risk is however less. It is however advisable to take mosquito repellent with you and not to leave tent windows open where mosquitos can enter.

First, it is important that people are save. If you were in an accident, you should first determine if all the occupants are cared for. Our vehicles are equipped with a first aid kit. We furthermore also supply an emergency phone should you need to call us. We also have a booklet in the cubbyhole of the vehicle which contains numbers of emergency services you might want to call. We however also have different collision damage waiver options form which you can choose to limit your liability should the vehicle be damaged. We do however recommend that you select a comprehensive cover to reduce your liability. Depending on the collision damage waiver cover you have selected, you will be covered for damages to the vehicle, windscreen, tyres and even sandblast.