Of course it’s not safe!! You will be driving through some very remote places, where very few people will have any idea what’s around the next bend, with no support system whatsoever. To top it off, there will be wild roaming animals and predators below, above and around you, watching and waiting for a ‘weak one’. It is a risky and dangerous event to take part in. It is a vehicle based event, so naturally car accidents are the greatest risk. So please, stick to the rules of the road, never take risks or you could be very seriously injured. You need to understand that while the website is written in rich Southern African humour, the risks are real and there is fair amount of danger and taking part massively increases your chances of dying compared with chilling out at home. Please consider taking part carefully and read the website thoroughly to familiarize yourself with the fact that there is absolutely no back-up or support provided. You need to be sure you’ve got what it takes to make it all the way around. After all, if you want safety cars, or indeed medical and mechanical experts around every corner to safeguard you from anything going wrong, then there are plenty of Safari Tours out there to give you a taste of Africa.