INEOS Grenadier Customers Offered 1,500 km Luxury Expedition Through South Africa’s Landscape

This is the first of four expeditions that combines gritty overlanding experiences and 5-star hospitality

Own an INEOS Grenadier and hear adventure calling? Then look, no further!

INEOS Automotive has revealed plans to organise expeditions for the adventurous Grenadier owners, covering 1,500 km through South Africa’s diverse landscape over 8 days. The exclusive trip, limited to just 16 guests from around the globe, grants access to Africa’s scenic views, pampering accommodations, and a gritty overlanding experience in INEOS Grenadier 4×4 SUVs.

Scenic routes and premium lodging

The maiden expedition is routed through specifically curated areas that include game reserves and private estates, while availing accommodation at premium hotels like the chic Victoria & Alfred Hotel, luxury game lodges and a private manor house. The convoy of Grenadiers will depart from South Africa’s capital city, Cape Town and will be guided through the Paarl and Wellington winelands, the Cedarberg wilderness area, the elevations of the Roggeveld and Outeniqua Mountains and through the Tankwa and Great Karoo biomes, before finishing at Gqeberha on the Eastern Cape coastline. The adventure will be led by INEOS Kavango, the legacy engineering outfit that’s been building bespoke safari and specialist vehicles based in northern Botswana.

What’s included, what’s not and how much does it cost?

Besides having access to the rugged 4×4 capabilities of the hired INEOS Grenadiers, using which venturesome drivers can use to traverse the natural and challenging environments, guests will also enjoy the convenience of having all activities planned, meals freshly prepared, and complete technical and logistical support at their beck and call. The whole experience will also be captured by a dedicated camera crew.

The cost of meandering through the South Africa’s expansive landmass, chaperoned by professional off-road guides and local specialists, is a € 8487 per person. That’s approximately AED 33,600 per person. Just keep in mind that flight tickets, medications, trip insurance and personal insurance will have to be borne by the individual. For more information on the possibly once-in-a-lifetime excursion, be sure to check out

If you’ve missed the slot, worry not! There are three other expeditions are scheduled to take place later this 2024, one in Botswana, one in Namibia and yet another one in South Africa.

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