Adventure World AU
Adventure World is the General Sales Agent for Drifters
Established in 1983, Drifters is owned and operated by South Africans, with a philosophy based on sustainability, contributing to the conservation of the area and to the well being of the inhabitants.
Each of their tours promises a unique experience, whether it be on the 5 day Bushveld Safari in Kruger Park or the 30 day Johannesburg to Nairobi Camping Safari.
Renowned for including far more in their packages than others, with most entry fees, permits and meals included, Drifters also promise - if they confirm a booking, they run the tour.
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Hiking/ Biking Trails - Drifters are going back to their roots and offering Hiking / Mountain Biking packages along a pristine section of the Wild Coast. This has to be one of the worlds best hiking / cycling areas, boasting 150 km of undeveloped, pristine coastline with endless beaches, the warm Indian Ocean, unpolluted estuaries, rolling hills dotted with traditional Xhosa villages, shipwrecks, whales (in season), a warm climate, and much more
Overland Safaris - a mix of camping, fly-in and 4x4 explorer safaris
Small groups - usually from 7 to 16 travellers per group, allowing the flexibility to travel off-the-beaten track.
All the trips are led by an experienced Tour Leader and each trip lists its ‘highlights’ and ‘optional activities’. Some participation is required by the group on most trips.
How do they get around?
Drifters operate Mercedes Benz trucks custom-built for safety, comfort and reliability. Fitted with aircraft type seating with maximum legroom and individual armrests. Fully kitted out for camping, cooking, with a reference library, and water tanks to ensure a clean and safe supply of water.
There is a professional driver/guide with each tour.
Where do they stay?
Drifters own their own Inns in unique locations, with adventure activities and a warm atmosphere.
Drifters Game Lodge in the Balule Nature Reserve, offers a bit of luxury for the discerning bush lover
Bungalows, Inns and small hotels are also used en route.
In remote areas, camping is the order of the day (all equipment supplied, except sleeping bags).
What about food?
Most meals are normally included, with opportunities also to sample the local cuisine. Some participation is required. Food Kitty’s are not required on a Drifters tour.
What does the price include?
All transportation mentioned in the ‘Included highlights’ section of each tour, accommodation, food, coffee, tea, fruit juice at breakfast etc, group equipment, permits and entry fees, professional guides.
Who is the Drifters traveller?
Aged 18-55, with an average age of 35
People in good health, who are reasonably active and have an urge to explore lesser known areas
Individuals, couples or a small group of friends are all welcomed.
A great way to see Southern and Eastern Africa. Travel in small groups with qualified field guides, on a choice of safaris planned around environmentally, educational and adventurous experience. Travel is in Drifters own custom built vehicles with guides that are registered with the field guides association of Southern Africa.
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