Why not drive your own four-wheel drive, e.g. through the Etosha National Park, at eye level with the wildebeest, springbok, zebra, rhino and – well – giraffe? Opening your own cool beer in the evening and being cooked by the bushman and listening to his stories about the country around the campfire in a convivial atmosphere is something special. For the 4 x 4 self-drive tour, you rent a car in advance, or we can reserve one for you. It is up to you how many people you want to rent the car with. Of course, this affects the rental price. The more passengers, the cheaper. It is also a great alternative to a bus tour for families. There is an abundance of good and reputable car rental companies in Windhoek. We recommend Savannah Car Hire. You can see different versions on their website. In a personal conversation we will advise you what kind of equipment you need and what makes sense or what makes no sense. The model you see in the photos is a Toyota 2.4 liter diesel Hilux with two roof tents, 20 liter service water tank, two spare wheels, air compressor, tools, jack, bedding, two gas cookers including gas bottles, crockery, cooking utensils, pots, Pan, grill, four chairs, a table, 40 liter refrigerator, dual battery system, lamp, awning. Completely sufficient for the two-week adventure, whereby the roof tents and the awning are not absolutely necessary, since we will provide you with (ground) tents. The rental costs are around €70 per day, depending on the equipment, how many drivers are specified, the season and the insurance package you choose. You can find the latest information on the landlord’s website or let us make you an offer. In the morning, after a hearty breakfast, you pack your vehicle. At the ‘briefing’, the route for the day will be discussed, which we will all drive together. You can determine the pace and breaks yourself. You always have the certainty that the ‘mother ship’ (the escort vehicle) is always on your route and can provide assistance if necessary. You can meet other tour participants during the day, but you don’t have to. Everything under the motto: Everything goes, nothing has to. In the evening, at the rest area and around the campfire, people meet for supper. In principle, it is a separate trip with a group character.