Alpha Adventure Safaris provide open roofed 4WD (4X4) safari/Tour vehicles for all our tours. Our comfortable Land Cruisers/Jeep and Mini bus offer seats for four to nine people. They are available for hire as well with exceptional experienced driver guides.
In our safaris/tours we use spacious cars from 4 to 9-seater, 4×4 safari Land Cruisers or Mini Van, with roof hatches, a fridge and phone/camera charging facilities.
For large group tours we use small buses 4X4 Coasters. These usually seat around 28 people, including 5 jump (fold-down) seats in the aisle. They do not have a boot/trunk so luggage is carried on the back seats which reduce the seating capacity. The overhead luggage shelves are small and can only accommodate small bags. Therefore, we recommend you do not over pack.
Our safari vehicles
Safari Vehicles that we use in East African Safari & Tours:
At Alpha Adventure Safaris we proudly own and operate our own fleet of over 15 custom-designed safari vehicles.
Each specially adapted to meet the demands of the rugged African terrain, our safari vehicles are all fitted with:
In addition to these, our 4×4 safari Land cruiser/ Jeep are each fitted with a mini-fridge and inverters (to charge the batteries of mobile phones, laptops and cameras).
Built with safety and comfort in mind, each safari vehicle is designed to seat a max of 9 passengers but for optimum safari enjoyment we encourage a max of only 6 passengers, guaranteeing each guest a window seat.
Each safari vehicle offers comfortable seats with seat belts and canvas covers fitted with pockets for water bottles and other handy items.
Well maintained, each vehicle is routinely subjected to an overhaul service after every safari and checked again before the next safari by our very own team of competent mechanics and workshop staff who are on standby round the clock.
For larger group transfers and transport services, we have our 22-seater fully air conditioned transfer bus.
*Whilst we Endeavour to ensure that all our vehicles offer 12V connections and HF radio connections, the high-impact of the rugged African terrain can occasionally cause these delicate mechanisms to go temporarily out of service. We do our utmost to ensure against this, but beg your understanding for the few times in which such temporary faults may occur.