Saturday 21st: Leave PMB for Swaziland
Sunday 22nd: Round trip via Sibembe Rock to scenic route to Malkerns candles before returning to camp.
Monday 23rd: We do Malolotja 4x4 trail to iron ore mines and on to glass making factory, then tackle the tea route and back to camp
Tuesday 24th: Return Home
BOOKING AND PAYMENT CONDITIONS:
In order to secure a spot and assist with logistical arrangements please Register AND pay the TBA pp camping fee by the TBA 2019
EFT Reference “your name - Swaziland”
Please note that your name will only be placed on the “confirmed” list after your non-refundable payment has been received.
We can only accommodate 10 vehicles on this trip.
Don't forget your PASSPORT and VEHICLE PAPERS!
Pack clothing accordingly as it can be cold during the evenings
Always consider the possibility of rain
Always advisable to wear comfortable closed shoes or boots
Advisable to have a broad rim hat and sun block on hand
Please bring own refuse bags for your litter as we need to take all litter with us
Bring all eat and drink for the weekend
Please bring one big bag of wood
No pets or firearms allowed
All vehicles must be in sound mechanical condition
Always have your spare keys with you
Recovery points fitted to the front and rear on your vehicle are a prerequisite
Your own Kinetic/recovery strap and 2 x shackles and any other recovery equipment
A tyre pump and tyre pressure gauge may be required to deflate/inflate tyres
Carry a fire extinguisher, which is easily accessible in the event of an emergency
Always carry your personal medical kit
Use tie-down straps to secure all items packed, as loose items can become missiles
TWO WAY RADIOS (required, VHF only):
Communication between participating vehicles on any 4×4 excursion is important for many reasons. It benefits the safety of drivers, passengers and vehicles while on a 4×4 trail, where drivers can communicate with one another regarding their location and situation, not to mention the interesting information that is shared with participants. The fun part is the many interesting stories that are shared among participants. We use VHF radios only and operate on ORRA Channels 1 - 6
Somebody from the group will be requested to write a short trip report for the website and our Facebook page, and please add some pictures.
Hope to see many club members on this outing.
- From 21 September 2019 05:00 AM to 24 September 2019 05:00 PM
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