The Tagalong safaris that are advertised in this magazine are an excellent way to see parts of the country that most people never get to visit.
The normal safari is usually very family-friendly and only requires a vehicle with low range and reasonable quality A/T (all terrain) tyres.
So given that you are the proud owner of a 4WD with low-range and have at least A/T tyres, what else do you need to do apart from booking for the safari and paying your money?
That’s what I talk about in the article, covering everything from identifying the particular 4WD system your vehicle is equipped with to what sort of recovery and safety equipment you should carry.
I’ve also created a quick short list you might like to print out and photocopy for future reference.
To read the full story in the 2016 NZ4WD Annual & SUV Buyer's Guide issue of NZ4WD go to Zinio.com (on sale December 14) or purchase your own hard copy at the Adrenalin store.