For those that require a little more adrenaline with their holiday it doesn’t get much better than traversing the plain on quad, these all-terrain workhorses allow you to explore vast swathes of the surrounding scenery whilst satisfying your sense of adventure!
Sossusvlei Desert Lodge quad safaris
Surrounded by the mountains and sand dunes of the Namib desert, Sossusvlei Lodge offers the perfect terrain for a quad safari. Led by experienced guides, huge areas of the desert can be covered and remote, untouched areas inaccessible to a larger 4×4 open themselves up to exploration. As the day draws to a close stop to enjoy a chilled sundowner and take in the majesty of Namibian sunset. Upon returning from your adventures you are greeted with the vast open spaces and unsurpassed views from your luxurious suite. Sossusvlei Desert Lodge offers the perfect blend of exhilaration and relaxation!
Latitude Quad Kenya quad safaris
Established by Kenyan brothers Jay and Amory McLeod, Lattitude’s unique quad expeditions follow century old elephant routes along tracks passing sand luggas fringed with desert palms. Safaris can last a single day or the longer 4/5 day adventures using a lightweight mobile camp where staff are on hand with drinks and hot showers or perhaps a dip in their portable pool! For a little extra adrenalin Latitude also offer helicopter flights and horseback safaris.
Olarro Lodge quad safaris
Recently voted a Top 50 New Hotel by Travel + Leisure, Olarro Lodge is set on a 7000 acre private conservancy. It seeks to preserve and conserve the environment and wildlife, create value for the community and strengthen the traditional heritage of the Maasai. Guided quad safaris at Olarro can be built into tailor made itineraries and can include other unique experiences such as helicopter, balloon, photographic and night time safaris. Olarro is one of the very few lodges in wildlife areas which is safe and child friendly, making Olarro the perfect choice for the family quad safari experience!
San Camp quad safaris
Operating directly out San Camp is the unique opportunity to experience an epic quad bike journey across the pans, sleeping out under the stars amongst the boulders and baobabs on Kubu Island, A 2.7 billion year old granite fist that rises unexpectedly out of the vast and empty salt pan flatness of Sowa Pan and one of the most graphically beautiful spots in Botswana. Safaris out of San Camp can cover vast areas so sight of your camp for the evening is a welcome one, Dinners are three course culinary extravaganzas, laid out on white damask tablelinen, decked with fine glassware and bone-handled silver. At complete odds with your surroundings but yet so in keeping! After two days exploring the incredible wonders of the Makgadikgadi pans you head back to sister lodge and multi award winning Jack’s Camp to relax, unwind and fully take in all that you have experienced.