We know that the epitome of any safari is the game drive, so we aim to give you the best possible experience, with specially equipped vehicles and knowledgeable guides.
Game drives are typically enjoyed twice per day at all Asilia’s safari camps: in the early morning and late afternoon. Our robust, custom-modified 4×4s and highly trained driver-guides take guests over rough terrain to discover incredible new slices of nature, crossing low rivers and overcoming steep gullies to cruising over vast, open plains.
Start your early morning with the roar of an engine and the promise of adventure. The rugged tyres of our vehicles churn up the mud of the plains, keeping you on track in your quest to find herds of wildebeest or elusive leopards. The open sides and high seats of our custom vehicles mean you will never miss a thing as you scan the horizon.
For those traveling longer distances, closed vehicles with pop-up roofs are used to take you on game drives that will transfer you to your next safari camp. These offer protection from gusts of wind, while still allowing you to enjoy incredible sightings of birds of prey circling overhead and other wildlife. Both styles of vehicle are equipped with a fridge and picnic bag to ensure you have all you need on your game drive.
Guests choose when to stop on their game drive for a delicious homemade breakfast sandwich and a thermos of hot coffee in the morning. If you’re out for a late-afternoon drive, we’ll park the vehicle and sip on a well-deserved gin and tonic to watch the sunset.
For photography enthusiasts, Asilia also offers specialty photographic game vehicles, and for those seeking extra privacy, ask about our private game vehicles.
Where to go on a game drive
Witness the greatest wildlife concentration and diversity in the world in the heart of the Masai Mara in Kenya. The camp overlooks the Talek River migration crossing point.
Kimondo Migration Camp
A classic tented camp that follows the Great Wildebeest Migration across the Serengeti in Tanzania. View the spectacular wildlife then relax in spacious & comfortable tents.
Tanzania’s Northern Regions
If you’ve ever wanted to explore the more secluded and private safari spots in northern Tanzania, this is the way to do it.