Wild Frontiers’ safari vehicles have been custom-built with the focus being on comfort, space and ‘360 degree’ game viewing visibility.  We prefer Landcruisers – which have proven themselves as the foremost safari vehicle in East Africa, and they have been extended & heightened to give our guests maximum space.

We ONLY have window seats – no middle seats – so no ‘peering’ around your fellow travellers for a glimpse of that elusive leopard!

Our open roof (with a shade canopy) allows our guests full viewing, and the design allows avid photographers to use the roof structure to support heavy lenses.  We supply bean bags (you may bring your own clamp) or you can hire a gimbal mount from us as an optional extra.

The benefits of using a gimbal mount:

  • More controlled motion when taking pictures
  • Maintain the angle and position of your camera
  • Capture more unusual angles
  • Smoother transitions between shots when taking multiple pictures

  • Landcruisers used (diesel) with safari-extended bodies – giving more leg room, luggage space and height
  • Comfortable seats with armrests, cushions and lap-belts
  • Maximum 7 guests – all guaranteed window seats
  • Radios & phones for safety and communications as needed
  • Guides have binoculars (we strongly recommend you bring some too!)
  • Extended windows for visibility
  • Masses of space in the rear for your luggage
  • Lots of space for your personal bags inside the vehicle
  • Seat pockets for personal items
  • Fridges and/or cool-boxes on all vehicles for your drinks
  • We supply bottled water on vehicles for guests
  • Inverters to allow battery charging ‘on the go’
  • Full set of reference books available – birds, mammals, flora
  • Drink holders for those ‘evening game drives’
  • Picnic bag with tea/coffee or ‘sunset drinks& snacks’ carried
  • Front drop down table – for serving drinks & snacks
  • Good lighting inside the vehicles
  • Fire extinguisher & first aid kit
  • Passenger liability insurance cover included
  • If camping, we may take a 4×4 trailer, or a ‘back up vehicle’

On a full day’s safari we generally carry lightweight chairs for a lunch-stop, and a full picnic to enjoy lunch under a shady tree!

Toyota Landcruiser Uganda