Levels + Training

Our trips are divided into 2 levels of difficulty. This makes it easier for you to choose according to your skills, vehicle or even mood!

This section provides a description, as well as the conditions that must be met by driver / crew / vehicle, to participate in our travels, safely.

Both, Level 1 and Level 2 tours, can contain, overnight stays in camps (organized or free) and in hotels/guesthouses. In case the tour is booked by a single group, it is completely up to the group to decide about the accommodation. It is however advisable to choose the accommodation option over camping, especially in colder seasons, or when there are young children among the participants.

Level 1

The entire journey can be carried out even by an inexperienced driver and crew with lightly or at all modified 4×4 vehicles. A/T tyres (and preferably M/Ts) are a must, as well as a spare tyre. Children (under 8 years old) may also participate, but it is necessary to make some prior arrangements.

Except of garments and footwear suitable to the season, a list with suggested equipment follows:

  • A strap and a key or two
  • Rainproof coat and trousers
  • Waterproof boots
  • Working gloves (preferably 2 pairs)
  • Flashlight (head-light) and extra batteries
  • Camping gear suitable for the season


Level 2

The tours of this level assume that the driver and the crew have some offroad experience. Every vehicle must be equipped with the following:

  • Transfer case
  • Bomb-proof recovery points (front and rear)
  • M/T tyres and spare
  • Winch, locking differentials, roll cage, are also desirable but not required

Since the Level 2 tours are considerably more demanding than those of Level 1, difficulties that could seriously affect the schedule and cause short-term program-changes, should not be excluded. Therefore, it is very important that you evaluate yours, as well as your children’s expectations for a pleasant and entertaining journey.

Except of garments and footwear suitable to the season, a list with suggested equipment follows:

  • A short and a long strap and keys
  • Snatch block
  • Shovel and/or hoe
  • Handsaw
  • Rainproof coat and trousers
  • Waterproof boots
  • Working gloves (preferably 2 pairs)
  • Flashlight (head-light) and extra batteries
  • Camping gear suitable for the season

 

For both levels and all participants there is one “rule” that applies:

Good mood and positive energy are the most important parameters in order to master both, the smallest and the greatest difficulties, successfully! If these 2 elements are present, nothing will stand in the way of a unique life experience!