Our Vehicles:
Depending on the size of the group we taking Overland we either use a specifically modified Unimog that carries 12 passengers including the driver and co-driver or a VW Syncro 4x4 that carries 8 passengers including the driver and co-driver
During Overlanding we tow an Off Road trailer with all the equipment we would needed in it
For guided Self Drive Safaris we use an Isuzu 4x4 as the guide vehicle
All the vehicles are equipped with a radio and CD player to make the trip so much more enjoyable, where possible we request our friends to bring along some of their preferred music to share and enjoy it with the others

Our equipment:
We are equipped with recovery equipment on every trip irrespective of which vehicle we use.
The trailer we tow on Overlanding trips is equipped with all the cooking amenities required to cater for 12 persons.
When Overlanding we use canvas rip stop double dome tents with fly screens at the windows and door which is, for your convenience, equipped with sleeping bags (for hygienic reasons every sleeping bag is fitted with a removable sheet on the inside which is dry cleaned after every trip. Every sleeping bag, sheet and pillow is numbered and handed out to a specific person before departure to ensure that you only use you equipment during the trip), pillows, self inflating mattresses, mosquito nets and camping chairs at no extra cost.
The Guide is also equipped with a GPS and a Satellite phone for emergencies.                                      

Though all our vehicles are scrutinized and serviced before every departure to ensure that it is mechanically sound and safe for the trip it is about to do, a breakdown can happen at any time as we are just dealing with man made equipment that are not fail proof and is beyond our control
The Guide accompanying you has got basic “Bush mechanic” knowledge to identify a problem and to repair it where possible; there fore we are carrying basic spares/tools and a workshop manual for that specific vehicle with on every trip. 
We have a network of maintenance work shops across Southern Africa that could attend to the breakdown where ever it occurs, because we mostly travel in remote areas of a Country it might be a day or two before we will be mobile again.
Should a breakdown occurred and the trip is delayed for a day or two the Itinerary will be changed accordingly but with as little effect as possible on the highlights we ought to experienced during the days we have lost.