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Why You Should Go On A 4×4 Selfdrive In Africa

Tick Off Your Bucket List: Why You Should Go 4×4 Selfdrive In Africa

  1. Getting back to nature.
  2. Taking the path you choose.
  3. Seeing incredible sights with just your friends, loved ones and family.

These are just three of the many reasons why a 4×4 selfdrive is a must-do for anyone who gets a buzz from exploring and travelling in a completely fun and wild way. Instead of flying thousands of miles to hit a resort and stay there, half the fun of a 4×4 selfdrive is the journey you take to get to your destinations.

Confident in your purpose-built truck that’s ready for adventure, your 4×4 selfdrive experience will be a trip like no other. Need more convincing? Here are just a few of the many reasons why you should choose a 4×4 selfdrive for your next exhilarating holiday.

  1. Experience life as a nomad

Where do you really want to go today? Where do you want to sleep? With an 4×4 selfdrive experience, you get to decide exactly where you want to go and how you want to get there. With you, your passengers and your truck, you have all you need for a self-sufficient tour that is completely up to you.

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Stop being a ‘yes man’ and take control of what you want to do. With a 4×4 selfdrive, you can go in the direction you choose and take a route that suits you. The trucks are designed to work on low-quality roads and even where there are no roads at all.

Let the spirit of adventure take you.

  • Have a tech-free holiday

There are so many amazing sights to see in Africa that there is no reason to be glued to digital screens. The amazement is there, right in front of your eyes. When touring across the African plains, there may not be WiFi, and you may not receive phone signal, so use this to your advantage and take a break.

Pack up your gadgets and let the beauty of the journey inspire you. With the freedom, you get from this experience, if you see something you like, you can go and get a closer look.

Experience everything first-hand, rather than through a screen.

  • Relax under the stars

Instead of finding your hotel, with a 4×4 selfdrive, your bed for the night is wherever you want it to be. When you find the perfect spot, pull up, prepare a campfire and sit comfortably marvelling at the beautiful starry sky without the city pollution.

After a day of thrilling driving and incredible sights, you’re bound to be wiped out, so you’ll really appreciate this relaxing, natural space to get some of the best night’s sleep you’ll ever have. Your body will become in tune with sunsets and sunrise which will help to sort out your body clock too.

  • Experience a road less travelled

Life is too short to be the same as everyone else.

4×4 Selfdrive gives you the flexibility and capability of finding places that most people won’t. You’ll probably feel like you were the first ones to discover it. With the robust 4x4s, you can take a path that would often be considered inaccessible, so get off the beaten path and look forward to finding the unexplored.

With your truck having all you need for eating, drinking and sleeping, you can go for days exploring the unknown without having to worry about a thing. There are not many trips where you can feel so much contentment of not having a single thing to worry about and can enjoy not knowing what’s around the corner tomorrow.

Are you ready for an adventure?

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